The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1944 · Page 2
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fAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ! Bits of News Mostly; Persons! jt Mrs.~Ha'rbId MeeiiM'<• ft today fots-Earle, Ark, where she \v.ll Join MT,H Meek and »here they plan Jo "make" Ihelr home. Lieut Jnimett Colvln, wjio is stationed at-Kralt, Kans,'arrived In Memphis Monday where he was met by his mother, Mrs. Beatrice Jackson, Mi'4, Mrs K. O. McCullar, who drove him nere for a brief leave. H» will return to Memphis Tuesday wherfhe'wlll meet his crew for the reU)rfi:~lrip, to'. Kraft.' Lieutenant ColvUS Is eicpectlng an overseas assignment soon. Billy Eidrldge, \\ho has been attending University ' of Arkansas, Fayetteville, has arrived to be with his' mother, Mrs. Baker Wilson; and Mr. WHsan, until he report for Army, duty sometime In July. Jane Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, Is spending several iponths In Montgomery, Ala, as guest of. Col. and Mrs Lelnnd Slrflrialhan and family. Mrs' G, V. Daws and daughter, Willagene, left yesterday for Halls, Term;, and.:Trenton,'Teiui.,. where they will'be the guest of relatives for tft.weeks. JOe'McClure, son of Mr. and Mrs.'£. A. McClure, who has been slalloned at,Huston, La., /or the past \12 months under the Navy V-)2 program) soon' will be transferred, to Midshipmen's School, Co- lumMf University, New York, for four months work under the same program. -Mr.- McOlure returned yesterday to: Huston after a five- day visit here" with his parents. Mrs, J. P. White; who has been making an .extended visit here with her aunt; Mrs.: Kendall Berry and family; left' Tuesday night for De- trolt,^»-here' she will be with her mother, Mrs. MyrUe Pearson, while her husband is on foreign duty with the Army. - , , Major and Mrs. Carl E. Bailey Jr., are vacationing In Hardy, Ark., where.they are at Camp Rio Vista. Mrs: H. C. Thompson Sr., and Mrs. 'Roy 'Mitchell went to Memphis 'today where Mrs. Mitchell will undergo ah operation. . Mrs. L. E. Baker and son, Lurry, have returned from n three weeks vacation spent In Dallas, Texas, and St. Joseph, Ln. They were In Dallas for two weeks as guests of relatives, and spent one week In St. Joseph with Mr. Bakor, who Is employed there. Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Ra v Newcomb arc spending « week's vacation In Hardy, Ark. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Pollard of Hughes, Ark., were In Biythevlllc yesterday to attend (he funeral services for J. M. Fowler, who died early Tuesday morning : nl Blythc- vllle Hospital. Mrs. Jane W. Wheeler left today for Ashville, N. c.j where : shc will spend a monlh with friends. Mrs. John Tyrone and children, Jimmie and Hugh,'returned home Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights Docto coauia 15 mQai of liny tubes or Shtn iMA btlp to purify ti« bloM >nd bwp rpu h.rfttu. wt«n tier ft tired mud don't work right in tbg d.rti,. p«ople baTe to rk right in the daytime, eet tip nlgbifl. Frequent -- -. — JndburniM —;--;"^—.,—,-.""-""TB'M BOInBtnlm WTOI% mm yo« kidncji or tuddtr. Don't neil;ct UMMnditlon Kid \ax nliubte, mtiul titcp. \Vhen diAoroa of kldnty function pcnniu poisonous sutler to rtiniia la your Wood, it may alAocaua«aagginff baciMbe,rheumnlla s»^BjE,_paffineas under tbo «yw, k your dnuxtit for Dunn's Jully fay milkms for over 40 iOWf.!^.!?* •?*'£* dim£. SPECIAL ~ For A Ffw Daj» CASE COCA COLA And 75c Bottle Phillips 66 Fnrniture Polish— Both : 1.39 Toor Emptr BotUa POnER'S STATEL1NE -SERVICE STATION MARGARET'S - BEAUTY SHOP; ^ 1M B. tint . '' ; Phon* 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems fnaiat* The Gift Shop Modern and AntfcM GUI* ; COSMETICS ^ BABY GIFTS GrttUnj Carts Novelties A Gtft F«r ETWjlwdj Bid*. Phone KM MOSS BRYAN DANCE Thurnby — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful Blue Room ; of the HOTEL NOBLE yesterday after, i visit of 10 days with•', relatives : In cape Glrnrdcau IIJ sikeston, Mo. Mrs. T. Q. stel ot Tcnnfly, N. J., arrived (lib'morning for a visit with Mrs. Ocrnldlne Greene and other friends. Mrs. Seal Is a former resident of Biythevlllc. Mr. anct Mrs. Groigc Slllwell and daughters, Gcorue Ann, Lotllo Pearl and Sarah nob,'spent (h'e weekend In Knsl Prai'le, Mo., wliere they were guests of Mrs. Stllwell's mollicr, Mrs. N. J. Hell. They were accompanied homo by Mrs. Noll,-who will spend two weeks here with Mrs. Stllv/cll and ramlly, and anotlier daughter, Mrs. D. 0. Freeman and family. En route home they stopped for a brief visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. nay Hogan and family in Slkeslon, Mo. Mrs. Jim Crq(toi;i Is recuperating nt her 'home • on Hkrn Street, following an operation she recently nt Memphis Baptist underwent Hospital. .Mrs. Ednn Hires and her son, Lieut. Gene Harwell, arrived Tuesday from Onrdcn City, Kalis., where he has been slntloned mid whore Mrs. Hires had boon visiting. Lieutenant Hargctt spent 24 hours here nnd now has reported to Ills new station at Eagle Pass, Tcxns. Outdoor Dance Planned At I/SO Saturday Night Dancing In, the outdoors to the gay tunes of the Biythevlllc Anny Alt Field band, while cool breezes .sway the soft, colored lights decorating Die courtyard at the rear «Bc Incl Tax Prices Good Friday-Saturday-Mon'day TOMATOES Turnip Greens CORN No. 2 Std. Can No. 2 Can Cream Style No. 2 Can 10c lOc tic Pet 9' or CnniiUion Q C MILK. Large . June Peas No. 2 |A C Can ..,..'.. I* Coffee Chase & QAc Siinhorn. Llv Oil Corn Flakes 12 Kcllogg's Giant .. Coffee Folders Pound 33 Flour Mother's Best 25 Pounds ...... •I .29 Wheoties Per . lie Package II Kraft Dinner lOc a Meal White 25 Pounds .15 Sugar I'cr Can ]0c Pure Cnnc 5 Pounds . 33' There s LESS WASTE IN BETTER MEATS! GROUKDBEEF^.26 SALT MEAT Slreako ™ c HAMS Lean. Pound Tenderized Whole or Half. Pound 35' BACON ( ,,,,,fr'L,,, 40' Brookfield Quarters. Pound RIITTFR DO I I EH PORK CHOPS Cc t,r35 c * All Kinds Lunch Meats NEW POTATOES U.S. No. 1 Red, IB Lge. Home Grown, IB Sunkist 5c 19c I4c While 1'ouml 5 10 9' T5' ENGLISH PlflS „„, 18' PEACHES „„,„„ WHITE SQUASH EGGPLANT Pound Pound CANTALOUPES RHUBARB CUCUMBERS CAULIFLOWER GRAPEFRUIT Ench I'onnd Pound Large Head 8 c ___ 31 12 C T5' 30 THURSDAY, JUNR 20,' 1044 of the USD building Is the treat In store for BAAP soldiers Saturday night, when the first outdoor dance of the summer'will beheld. ' Tables will be arranged In the court yard nlgbl club style, and refreshments will be served the dancers, G. W. Dpnlelson, USO dl- rector said, The use of the court yard of tlie building was furnished by L. S. HaHzog, owner of (he building. The < BAAP band will piny at (ha weekly dances twice tills monlh, with the nlckelodlan turn- islimg the music the alternating Saturday nights. The American Hag, according to the national flag code, Is blue, white and red, not red, white and blue. Read Courier News want Ada TO CHECK LIBERT Y$y PER MKT J IN 70AYS Y ^/ *« GO _ r Malarial Symptoms. W DEFENSE OF YOUR FOQQ &U&GET f BUY MORE BONDS TODAY Prices Good FRIDAY - SATURDAY- MONDAY DRINKS SUNRICH BRAND; lOc deposit ASSORTED FLAVORS —REFRESHING— TOMATOES Fresh, Home Grown 20c LEMONS Large Size Bach POTATOES No. One Red 5 ffis. 21* MAYONNAISE Durkee's Pint 34c JELLO ICE CREAM POWDER LETTUCE S SWEET POTATOE CABBAGE. Hard Heads For Slaw, 1b SALAD DRESSING Q*. lit ICE CREAM SALT 4 tb Sack ICc MEAT SAUCE BROOKS G Ounce Kotfle , HOT SAUCE "'• !L; OLD'-JUDGE 3 Ounce Bottle 10 PRUNES Sunsweet I Ifound . 19 POST TOASTIES 15' Giant Size REX JELLY Five Pounds 55 C VICTORY WAGON De/ivery Service Twice Doily CRACKERS : RITZ BUTTER POTATO CHIPS Package FLOUR B. Best S. R. 25 Pounds .. .20 Five- Pounds SYRUP WHITE KARO 17' COFFEE LUZfANNE One . AA C Pound 00 NOTICE In order that our employees may enjoy an Independence Day holiday/this store will be Closed All Day and Wednesd SAVE MORE-BUY QUALITY MEATS VEAL ROAST Chuck 28c SAUSAGE Reel foot Large Roll, 76 38c OLEO Swift's Gem, 76 201 BUTTER Mayrose, Pure Creamery Ib Roll PORK CHOPS Lean, Center Cuts VEAL CHOPS U. S. Good HAMBURGER Pure Beef 16. BOILED HAM Barbecuing The 4th? We Suggest Fresh Hams — Pork Shoulders — Boston Butts — Spare R5bs Lamb or Veal 113 E. Main H APPY tJOUR .GROCERY & JL iMARKET Phone 814 ^/

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