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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE.: (ABK-.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. }933r Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music department of Woman's club, Mrs. Russell Farri hostess, 'J p. m. Jantor High P. T. A. Plans New Activities During this school yg,ar •, Hie Junior high Parent-Teacher n'sso elation will purchase equipment, for the junior high football loam, will spend $20 for magazines for the school anil-will pay for a telephone to be'used there. These, ami other matters, were voted at the first meeting of the year yesterday afternoon. Mrs: Zal B. Harrison is the new preskfcnt, Mrs. Howard Proctor retiring.president Is now first vice president; Miss Vclda Adcock la Eecohd vice president, Mrs. Ivy W Crawford Is secretary. Mrs. W. Osbome i.s treasurer and Mrs. Ira Gray la historian. Hunter M. Steadman, the ne\i assistant principal, of Junior hid' school, spoke on "The Relation o the Home to (he School" and Mis Rosa M.' Hani)", principal of 111 Kroup, related, 'come experiences o the slimmer. The Mothers' chon fans' "Home .Sweet Home" an Mrs. A.' M. Washburn read II president's message. Teachers of .the junior high school were Introduced by the superintendent. Crawford Greene. Mls s Adcock presented an exhibit of work done- by the children since' school opened. The dollar prize for the largest attendance went to Mr. Stendman's room. In the soclnl hour, held especially so that the mothers might meet the ncv; teachers, refreshments were served by members of th : social committee. DAY lly HELEN WELSII1MEH CUE coolttl ilit bnuLfMi | H in< of »]l, a Wiislicii l!it cii|» JIH! plain, DftSKii llic chililrcn ami niaJe i-ure Stocking all \vcu m^lcs. Combed iheirliCJiliaiul made ihclr beds Sent them oul to jil.iy, Gathered up their jnodcy toy*, Put some Iwki iway. Dusted chain anil inv^P 1 ^' 'lie (tain. Ironed ati hour or tu-o, HaVctl a jar of ctxikks an4 a pie, , Tlien made j jteiv. •. '"THE tekfhon* rjn^cuaMaiuly, *Ilie tloorlxll dkl the Mine, A younytlerfckl and Mubbcd hit toe. And then lite lauiuiry came. Slic pEckcd u|i l<k>cki and mended ioc And i lien *1 ic blackened up ihc Hove., {Cl|*y folk i were for [(ill Me With carefree wstyi lo ro\c!) ; Ami ulicu \vi hutl^nj came at MX 1 Ic »akl: "Icrtvyyou! It mutt be uiccto til .it liome ' Osceola Society — Personal Swank to This • Suit Made for PrcmcUon Day i ^11 of the Sunday school teachers; of the First Christian church made'plnns for "Promotion Day" In.a meeting last evening at .the church. ; This annual program will be presented October First when 22 pupils will be promoted. M/ v 5-T. Moon, superintendent, will be' assisted by the pastor. E. K. Uill- ruef, In making plans. ;.- Webb-Hay i Announcement has been made of -the engagement of Miss Margaret Webb, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Webb, formerly oflrtere and now of Memphis, to Mr. John Murray Hay, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Calvin Hay. of New Orleans and Jackson, Miss. MIM The weddiri* will take place in the p °8B5 r early fall. The bride-elect lived here for a number of years before moving to Memphis with her family four years ago. She altcnded Warrt- Belinont at. Nashville. Tcnn.. and Bunstqn Hall In Washington and matte 'her debul in Memphis in the- 1928-29 season. Mr. Hny l s connected with the Southern Bell Telephone company In 'Memphis where he and hi.' bride will reside. SPECIAL SERVICE Jtoom Mr,, 401 Eighth Avc., wtyfcn aend me "Semyenlrs," a ' Enclosed find ten cents' t6r booklet of Helen Welshlmpr'a ' Name ......... '...„. .^ JV J. .'.*!: : Street,. ..... :, .'.'. . ..'.•>. .,,;.. ''.I. Mm. Hairy Driver with Jfadcr Ire Bible study le-.isons taken from the book of Second Samuel sluil led at. the regular meeting of the Christian Workers Monday alter noon. Tlie. meeting was held In the church with a good'attendance. Mrs.' R. C. Bryan.'president o! he Presbyterian Ladles Auxiliary, and Mrs. ''George Eclrln'nton, vice president, will go to Jonestaro FVi- to atlend a school of Instruc- the Arkansas Presbyterlal. 'Hie text book, "Ambassadors Su- |>rcme," which will be used as a bank for the coming year's study by all Auxiliaries, will be the text of the Jonesboro school of Instruction which will be taught by Mrs. W. W. Draper of Forrest City, tlon for mission study leaders of chairman of 'the 1'resbyterlal. • » • Herbert Shlppen went, to Little Rock a few days ago where he will be employed' by the state revenue department. 8. n. Simpson of fort Worlli, Texas, arrived Sunday for a' visit with friends here. He was accompanied by his daughter. Mrs. Nina Young of Little Rock, who stayed over the week-end. Mr. Simpson formerly lived In Osccola where he was .1. well-known attorney. Mrs. W. R. Dycss auil children, Blllle, Dorothy and Robbie, Joln?d Mr. Dyess in Little Hock the first of the week, where they will make Ihelr home. Mr. Dycss WHS recently appointed state director of (cd- eral relief funds and will maintain offices in Little Roc*. Rowland News (IB sensing for booklet, jjlease mention n»me cl thl»!new»p»per.). •' Mr." arid Mrs. Louis .Powellj ~: --• • -1. • ' '•—i. nast-iroik. Miss Lillian King and Ted nnd Burkes King of Poplar Corner me visions; thejr-; sister,-Mrs. 1 Giyc'c Johrt(ton,-h*re this w«et. .'3'.' ' Mi^' 4nd ;Mrs. Mltcliell Johnston 'were gufists of the lalter's parents. ', the Organize Football Club at Local Negro School A football elub, organized by Junor high school students at the Uly- heville negro school, has commenced workouts under the leadcr- Mp of Coach Willie "Eon" Cher•y. Walter Watklns is president of .he club, Willie Fitzgerald the scc- -etary, ana M. J. Shivers the treasurer. Contributions to be t:scd in equipping «iie lean] have been received from a number of local citizens, but the fund i.s not yet eom- plele. Coach Cherry reported himself well pleased with the showing de In the first practice and predicted a good learn. Tides In the Bay of Fundy rise to a height of 10 .feet. ' ' .- Gly-CasJiist What She Has Been Needing )Iri Less Than 31) Days She Was Fooling Like A New Person; Ahle To Do Own Housework, Htom a e h and ' Kidneys R u g- ululed, Feels Fine Blythcvilie men nnd women who have any donbl of Gly-Cas' merit in reaching the mosl stubborn and I .severe cases of rheumatism, stom- Ueh, kidney, bowel and blood troubles should talk with Mrs. R. G. Watch! Don't Be Ftim-Flammed on Price and Weight LIBERTY CASH GROCERS An IU'mi/i'd Cash Register Slip Wilh Each Purchase SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY POTATOES, Lge. Extra Fey. Red Ib 2V 2 c SUGAR, Bits o/ Ne Mostly Personal G. Raborn and -fails Dixie McDaniel, of Magnolia, Miss. Mr}, liaborn and Miss" McDanlel arc nieces of Mrs. Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason have moved to the duplex on Tenth ! street recenSy built by Miss Alma Peters, who is occupying' one of the * : -J ^•^^^^\^^^^-^ -MRS. K. G. HUNT North Ninth ' St., Ely- Pauline Martin ai Martin to .vhere they Duvls rind Miss apartments. accompanied Joe Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Simmons and Memphis yesterday > their guests, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carey G. visited Mrs. Martin, Riiborn and Miss Dixie McDnnlcl Complimented nn Birthday Oils Reed, ot Yarbro. was the guest of honor -at a dinner party given by Miss Ruth Parks Sunday In honor of his birthday. A pink and white motif was employed in the decorations of pink roses In a low bowl for the centerpiece of the large table and in the dessert. A six course menu was served. The guests were Miw tubli White and Randolph I'arks. Mis; Thelma Tate and Hollis White. Mr and Mrs. Leon McMullln. . Mis- Glenn Parks and Roy Parks. « • * Hare Bridge Luncheon. Mrs. John L Fintcy jr.. and Mrs Elton W. Kirby entertained V guests with a bridge luncheon yesterday at the Kirby home. Pink roses and early autumn flowers filled attractive vases in thf living and dining rooms where small tables were laid for the thrc( course menu served at one o'clock A table mirror, the high score prize, went to Mrs. H. Highnil. Mrs W. Jj. Homer received a bowl o roses for second high and- low scor< prize, finger tip towels, went to Mrs Hunter C. Sims. irho recently underwent, a major o( Magnolia, Miss., are spending operation at the Baptist hospital, today in Memphis. Miss Geneva Morgun, of West! Mrs. W. A. Blnck nnd daughter, ?lalns. Mo., is Ihe guest of her' Miss Anne, went to Memphis today uml, Mrs. O. M. Morgan, nud Mr.; for a few days stay. Morgan, fur several days. i Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hollldcld of Miss Delia Pintle, Emily Tomp- Reclor. Ark., arc guests of their :lns and 1 Be mice Harwell and daughters, Mrs.- A.- B. Holland,' and Mrs. J. P. Friend were In Mem- family, and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, >hts Tuesday. : and family. . . • i Mifs Knlhcryn Grcar lins gone ' o Chicago where she will sludy ,.,-.. . it the American Conservatory of Holds MaSOniC School Music for a year. Miss Grcar was iwnrrted a scholarship by Hie onservatory. • Mr. nud Mrs. J. A. Waterman. OSCEOLA, Ark.—W. R. Allen of pnsfvreik. .- Lolils Powell and .Mitchell Johnston' went to Jonesbbfo" Friday. Charlie Alley of Tennessee visited his niece, Mrs. Roy Goodman, Sunday. Napoleon Merrill Is sick- this week. Mr. and Mrs. Caycc Johnston arc the parents of a baby daughter, born • Tuesday. ; Tho. .little pirl, weiglxs Q pounds'and has been named Betty Jo. | It. C. Hose made a business trip to Memplils Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Morris and sisters, Misses Opal and Vergte, and Miss Aletha Lnwiiorn of Little River visited Mr. and Mrs: Abe Koelin Sunday. vivid, contrasting colors to give life • v ho • has lived here the past 36 to somber <Ate things. Even wh ; n ?«»«^ slle »'f«'itly :gavo the foil's a cheery plaid suit, such as this ; <™S ™mark«ble praising slate blue and white plaid'swagger suit mc '*-' so " cr 'E™'i^ might lean that Helen Vinson wears, the CMI lining is a brighter, arresting blue. L 'I1:e shirt-Mouse, with its shiny' buttons, matches the lining, which Is another ne\v wrinkle. at Lepanto This Week were guests of Mr. i Osceola, district deputy grnnd mas- H. drear yesterday tcr of the Masonic Lodge, is hold- j ing a school of Instruction in Le- 1s attending lo i panto this week, following schoals held recently at Osceola. Lcach- villc an<l Huffman. The schSsi will culminate Thursday niglit with conferring of tilt third degree. Visitors have beer, present nightly from Marked Tree and other nearby lodges including Ihc Osceola lodge xhlch was represented at Tuesday night's meeting by J. B. Bunn, grnnd senior warden. E. R. Bogan. district dep,-. Sort Born. ' A- son was born this morning tc MrJand Mrs. Nunnaly Wade at the home of Mrs. Wade's parents. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Humphrey, 526 Lu- merale. The baby, who weighs eight" aiid a "half pounds,- has no 1 yet been named. Bracken- Valindahan. A' marriage license was Issued Miss Ruby Valandahan and Mar ten Bracken, both'of this city. Tuts day: • -. - « * • Watson-Wond. Miss Hazel Wood and J. H. Wai son. both of Huffman, obtained marriage license Tuesday. A marriage license has been Is sued to Miss Sadie Gallyean and Elbert -Granger, both of Leachvtlle. Hospital Notes f Memphis, ind Mrs. G. -.nd lust night. V. Ci. Holland juslncss in Osccolu today. Mrs. Jack Ferguson of ForrcM ;ity and Mte Leona Pructl of P.ir- iljould tire guests cf Miss Ada B. Junavnnt. Ross Stevens underwent an °l>- :ratbn at the Memphis Baptist '.ospitnl yesterday. Mrs. Stevens re- nalncd with him while Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Jontz. wiio also went Jown for the operation, relurnei last night. His condition is very ;ood. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. micli.in.in ar.rt .-laughter, who have been residing with Mrs. Goah S. Barnes, li noved to Kentucky avcnui 1 . Maltha Washburn, daughter o' Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Washburn. nn- crwcnt an emergency opcralior or appendicitis last nig^l at the. Slythcville hospital. Sho is res', ng very well lodny. Miss Carolyn Hall, rimichter o. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hall, left Hernando. Miss., loday for Ox!or< A'here she will be a sophomore ai ho Universily of Mississippi. Mrs. Llllie. Sisk nnd brother 3corgc Wright, and Masters Alvlt vIcGregory anrt Sonney Boy Swear- ;ngen have returns cifro-.n Halls rcnn., where Ihey sp.'nt '.h.-> week nid with John Wright and f.imily Mrs. Oscar Bal'iey and l:or sister Miss Lorcllc Lamb, spoilt yesterda; .11 Caruthcrsvlllc. Mr. and- Mrs. Jor.n Buchan.U! ind daughters. Jo and Ann. spent Sunday in Memphis. M. C. Coakc jr.. who lias been :mployed at the Stevens Hotel in Chicago, has returned home. Jo Buchanan, daugrter of Mr and Mrs. John Buchanan, is lm ; proving atler an illness of malaria fever. Percy Smith, whn has been fc- rlously' 111 since Friday. Ls no-,' slightly better. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Simmons have « their guests Mr. and -Mrs. c»rr> illy grand high priest, and James. . School Enrollment a( Osceola to Reach 400 OSCEOLA, Ark.—A loin! enroll- Braggadocio Miss Norma Holt has resinnedilicr studies at Joncsboro A. and M college. . • i; • ; . Miss Janice Specr lefi Sunday for Cape .Girardeau where-she will attend Southeast Missouri State Teachers, college, Deln'o Holt, accompanied Jack Wilkcrson to Cairo. 111., where he will do government work. Mrs. Jack Wilkcrson and daughter, Betty Jenn, are visiting Mrs. P. C. Holt. I'. C. Holt and Miss Beatrice Holt are ill with malaria. Mrs. A. Y. Hucknba has recovered from'a week's illness. Mrs. Cllve Crou-e Ls ill. Miss Lucille Crowe has returned from Hamillon. III., where .<;-.; been employed. , M. R. Lc'wls. who was lic:c with his show last Friday and S,i!urda> is now at Decrlng. A Baptist revVnl oiw.cci here Sunday morning wilh the itcv. Mr Crocker delivering tile srrnidii.-, ntic Brother Frank Adams of P.ir.mo...- Ark.. leading the song seri:ces. Ev eryone is invited. School closed for the ee:xr. pick :nent. of 388 students In the coin- lined high and grammar schools -.vhtcli oixined Monday, was re- :ortcd by Superintendent Geo. Deer following a complete tabul- . itton yesterday. Other students lot yet returned from vacations holding Jobs for a tew days onger are expected to Increase tho mollment to nn even 400 by the ast of- the 'week. ' Dr. A. M. Washbuni. county lealth physician, of Blythcvilie, ipcnl Tuesday In tho Osceola :chool. vaccinating students for ill pox. Ing season last Friday. Admitted to the Blythcvilie hos pita!:' Mrs. Howard Bingham, 8t«ele, Mo., Martha Washburn, city; Dismissed, E..L. Gcan, city; Miss'-- Elmer ' ' The average man requires about .3000 cubic feet of a!r an hour. STAIN LE! SWM formula-Same price. In onginal fcrm, loo... if you prefer. FOR SEVERE COLDS Hot lust Another How One Woman "lost 2» Ik of Fat Lost Her I'mmincnt Hips _ Dnurilc Chin A Shapel jam Denion News Mrs. Nellie Dlckcrson and daugh-1 or. La Veil, of Envills, Tcnn.. spent undny with Mr. and Mrs. Ja:ncs 'ugh. Miss Volva Lester of Holland was ic gi:est Sunday ot Glodenn Slay- on. Miss Dorothy Mcoic of Steele rent Sunday with Miss Madeline Dodd. Allon BaVl^v of Senalh spent the vcck-end with Mr. ami Mrs. Jchn . Barley. . j Misses Kathrync and Etr.el Moore of St. spent the week nd wilh Mtises Gladys and Dorithy Sharp. Miss Johnnie Glasscock of Steele penl Sunday with Miss Dorothy Sharp. Harris nnd Miss Marie Parnell attended the tair at Memphis ast wcet. . . i :£,; ol this new remedy nnd benefit :iom it as she lias: Any medicine that could 'do for iv.e what Gly-Cas has will certainly give Ihe same good re- fitlts to.- other people," she sa "About Hires years ago my whoic. system-seemed to go'wrong. I was badly constipated, my stomach go cut of order, couldn't eat any I lung without ill uITects afterwards, actually felt like rocks in .!;c pit of my stomach. Couldn't (.o my work, hardly able to walk ,U nil. so shoil of breath. Was terribly nervous, kidneys caused iro.ible and was worn out nil the lime no mnlter wh.it I did. But in spite cl my condition—u:id 1 was continually growin<; worse— Giy-Cns restored me to good health ayahi. Stomach and bowels were easily regulalcd, eaf, mosl .•::ythlng I want, kidneys fine, lived worn-out feeling hits gone and even able to do ray own housework again. Gly-Cn.i Is one medicine that gives the results tli.it are claimed of it." Gly-C;>s is sold by Kirby Bros. Drug Co.. Main and Broariw.iy. nnd To Women Who Suffer Every Month Get ft bottle of CAHDUI at tlin drus store and try it for cramps, pains, nervousness at monthly times. CARDUI has helped tnO'I- Ear.ds. Purely vegetable, harmless. by all loading drus riii:nillng towns. stores m sur—Adv. IlEMOlinilOIDS (Piles) rnr- nl without the knife. Shin cancer, \ark-05cd veins, tnn- iils removed nun-sur^icjlly. DliS. NIKS al:rl NIKS twice 511 Main 1*1 r W RA Su: i wonde'tful raodern rnedi- cirx; wbicb acts, upon ttie conduidtu which CAUSE che' pain. .'Take them rcguUrly »nd >ou should juScc l«is and less e»ch moaih. PERSISTENT tJSE BRINGS PERMANENT RELIEF. Sold u «ll good druj j[ore>. Small sin 50 (f. LYDIA L PINKHAM'S ..... nni.w OF PERIODIC PA1KS If you are fat lw 'A. l:Lx to lose it ar.ci ,v .; Umc gnln In physical r:-. icfiuire a clean, cle.ir ^ eyes that spaikle wi , r ....% "1..1 ., n., nllfc Ixnlth. Why not do what :!-.r-::.-,i!.,i, 0 | women have done ic ;c- "•••cl ol riounds of unwanted (at? -;-,, : V,' onc half teaspoon o[ Kr;;sc'.'.r» sy- s in <, glass of hoi uatcr ,-i,; l>:g before'breakfast K ,\ ap for 30 days. You r. lv actioa of Krujclun h-i- down on pastry and ;..'•• •jnd going light on iv -':., ;i ter and cream. Thtr. -.>.-, self and sec lio»- i :l .,; lv ' you have lost. "KrUsclien Salts -t\? ., 6 salts mosl heipr.i; health. Best, of »;;. \ Kriisclieji Salts thai -t,] '(Or 4" \veeks cosls b:;: i . any druggibl. for :i ^ slart ; to io« fut i,.,-;,, safe \vdy to Kd'jco t : . you get KniEclKii -;,-,. ; ir.orn- '^P It '.;> the ;Uln? :;-.eats =. but- \onr- rounds -:?i-.d ol i ixxly •.-:> Of :3~i you • fie. Ask '.!e and It's the '•--: surs altli ANNOUNCKMKNT 'I'hr inulrryisneil hraniy vlinp-i nf n'.ylMr- villr li:ivc M;r'.-cl (lie- XKA rntle .ind \vi»n ' tn, uf)noiincc ihcir • nc« huurs and scbcdnle r^f prices. liflcflive Mrnri.tj, Sc|j|. l«, nil shops will open at S .V M. .imr <li,«r- at li P. SI. on \iccli dnys. Salurdayn the hours will be Irani X ,V M. lo 10 r. M. Slumpco Haircuts Facial * Set .. '5c ......... 30r l.isli * Eye Brow II yc, inrlurtirj ,\rrh * l .Marcel '•""• Hot Oil ...• 5' Ponxler Puff ilenna I'acl; ..... SI.»' Bleach ............ ? l nri;lilcning Kinsc . Z-ic l>VfS ............... S5 Udcurli ________ • S 3 -'' 0 KdmonA, Krtderirk am] Eugene Pcr- t'rmWnalion Pr-r- manriit ......... ^ Spi-rlal rcrmancnl S3 J1 Lounge Elaine Beauty Sliop Caldwcil Beauty Shop Margaret Deen Heaniy Shoppe Nell's Bean l v Than Any Advertised Price FLOUK, Mary Jane. Bbl $6.60; 24 Ibs 83c CABBAGE, Firm Green Heads. Lb. 2V 2 c BACON, Swit't ; s Empire. Sliced Lb liy a c COFFEE, ^s'u^y'Brtk' ° r Lb. 25c FREE! Coollnf Kirk with Purchase 01 1 Pkg. Gold Medal Cake Flour . , , A I HENS, Nice, Fat. Full Dressed. Lb. 14c PURE LARD, bring your bucket Ib 6%c FLOUR, Blue Bunny bbl $7.50; 24 Ibs 95c LARD, pure. 4 Ib bkt. 35c; 8 Ib bkt. COFFEE, Fresh Ground. Pound 10c SOAP, P. & G. Giant Bar. 7 for 25c MEAL, Best Cream. 24-Lb. Sack 37c OLEO, Wilson's Best. Pound 9c MILK, All Brands. Lge. Can 6c; Sm. 3c BROOMS, A Good One. 5 Tie. Each 20c SALT, Bulk. AH You Want. Lb. Ic FRYERS, ,^ lkD ^ Lb. PORK SHOULDERS, Lb. 6y 2 c COOKING APPLES, Nice. Lb. 2V 8 c BELL PEPPERS, Nice. Crisp Green Each Ic TOMATOES, No.. 2 Can 4 Limit 4 Cans 25c CORN FLAKES, Kettogg's. Pkg. 7c SPARE RIBS, Small Sheets Meaty Pound GROUND BEEF, Poud PORK CHOPS, Lean. Pound MVfec-; MUSTARD, Marco. Full Quart 10c BEANS, Navy or G. Northern. Lb. 5c EGGS, Guaranteed Fresh. Dozen 18c ICE CREAM SALT, 10 Pounds 10c JELLO, All Flavors. 3 Pkgs. for PORK ROAST or STEAKS, Poimd-&c : COUNTRY SAUSAGE, Pound POTTED MEAT, Standard. 2 Cans ac VIENNA SAUSAGE, Standard. Can 5c TEA, Temple Garden. % Lb. Pkg. IQc GREENS, Fresh. Bunch 2c GREEN BEANS, Fresh, Tender. Lb. 3c LEMONS, 132 Size Nice and Juicy Dozen 12c VINEGAR, Bulk bring your jug Gal. 18c CREAMERY BUTTER, , Armi ^!SS? Ib. 22c ORANGES, 288 Sfcc. Dozen 12c' SALT MEAT, Butts, Lb. CHEESE, Wisconsin No. 1. Lb. 15<: HAMS, Swift's Picnys Circle (S) Ib 9%c PAR-T-JEL, A fine 'dessert, (i Pkgs. 25c RED SALMON, Rosedalc. Tall Can ifc PORK •& BRANS, *",&!?£ or Can 5c VINEGAR, Seco. Quart Bottle 7V 2 c TUNA FISH, Van Camp. V 2 s. 'Can 12y 2 c t TURPENTINE - EPgOM SALTS Ea. 3c PEACHES, Libby's.' No. 2V 2 Can 15c TOBACCO, Hi-Plane 8c; P. Albert IQc SORGHUM, V 2 Gal. 30c; GaHon55c, ONIONS, Red or Yellow. Pound TOILET PAPER Liberty 2000 sheet 7V 2 c SOAP, Life Buoy. 5 Bars for 27c OATS, 55-Oz. Box HV 2 c SWEET POTATOES, I.b. 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