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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER MEWS THUUSMY, SKPTEMBEK 21, Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's cl'jlj inccttnir'. 2:30 P. M., club hou«. .f; Epwor(h -League of I'roinlswl Jjnd church having pie supper, II P. M. Mrs. John L. Finlcy Jr., and Mrs. Elton W. Kirby haylus bridge lunthcon at, Kirby home. Announced fur BUck-Krocfrr \VcdiHnf. Plans have been completed fov tl\c wedding of Miss Anne Blnck. of this city, lo Mr. Knrl Krocscr, ol .Oklahoma City, Okln., which is to. 'be solemnized Monday n[U;ruoon, 3:30 o'clock, at the home ! of the bride's parents, 801 West Walnut street. Only members o! ti'.e families nixl their most intiiualc friends will ;a- tcnd llic marriage service, to be rend by Hie flev. Alfred H. Harwell, pastor o( Hie Misi Baptist church, and the informal reception which will follow. The bride is lo be given In marriage by her father. Mr. Herbert Bcardiuprc,. ol Oklahoma City, is to be Mr. Kroeger's best man. Little Betty Black, dluijliler cl Mr. rind Mrs. Farnsworth Black, ivli: be the flower girl. Mr. Krocger mid Ills brkle plar a trip to. Chicago' lor their ho'ney- . moon before going to Oklar.on'ia City u*nefc they arc lo make their home.. Since Miss Black announced her engagement leccntly she l:as beer the Rucsl of honor nt. a number o: affairs. The last of (hcsc will be a family sup]Wr §imtlay night wl'.ei Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Smith will en tcrtaln. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kiocger. o Oklahoma City, patents or Mr Krocser, Mr. Kfoeger and Mr Bearrihiore will arrive Sunday. s jicci. The local Delphian chapter which Is.laim'cliinj Us .new. year' work, liad a meeting Weducsda morning at the Hotel Noble. -Thl group; which has been organize^ lor six. years, Is (6 be kncnvii as tli Delphian Flnc.Aris club In (he f» turc. , . . T\vc.nly local-women arc affiliate with Itie.ctub which Is to sludy ol and modern ait in a scries of slud ics twice .-each month. Mr|>q. , W.; McCulchcri is -presi dent." . r « • P. T. A. Benefit riTlijps Being Held. A Tasseled Turban Hayti Society — Personal An. act pissed by trie Sout^i Carolina.legislature' !n 1824 prohibited policemen of the city of <?h»rleston to vote for clly official*. Bits oj Nines Mostly Persohal Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thurnmi and son. and J. C Thunnan, of lilnsvllle, Ky., have returned aWftci a visli with Mrs. Lute Hub- |ljaid who hai been 111 from malaria fever. Betty McCutclicn, who attends Bt. Mary's at Memphis, will return 3j I to tcliool Monday afU-r liavipg ' , speni trie summer here and at oth- ' cr places where she lias visited. Her mother.. Mrs. O. W. accompany her. McCiitchcn, Mrs. lJugh PorrLi wag hostess to the Double Four Bridge Club her home Tuesday evening. Miss Martha Reynolds was the guest of the club. MM. Hugh Lewis received a pretty bowl for high score prize and Mta Edna Khouric received costume peu-elry for consolation. Mlfs Edna Dorrls of Los An- Bcle.i. Calif., ivho has been here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mollie uor- rts, and other relatives for the past month, left, for Evansvllle Ind., wh«re she will visit relatives Rev. D. W. Dots, pastor of tile Mcllmrtist church at Steclc, occu- •pled the pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday evening-in the ab- mite of tire local pastor, Rev. J. j n. Bulltiigtoii, who preached at the} What She Has Been Needing Irt Uss Than ,'(0 Days She Was Keeling Like A New l'*r.sori; Ah!c To Do Own Housework, Stom a c h and Kidneys R c K- ulaled, Feels Fine Blylhcvllle men and women who have any doubt of Oly-Ciis 1 merit in reaching the most stubborn and severe cases of rheumatism, slom- fOh, kidney, bowel and blood Iron- ties "should talk with Mrs. R. 0. = ,_ _ ...... _ ........... _. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Manaft and i Slcclc Mc'thodlsi chiirth Sunday j Iwn children returned yesterday | evening. • | from Iowa City, la., where they Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Comncrc, Mr.l visited Mr. Manatfs parents for a and Mrs. Seth Compere. Mr. and I and Mrs Texas. . 'Mrs. H. Jcnn. Mr. and Mrs. Ben I. Allei short time. | Mrs. will oil! and son. Thomas, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White had iin<i M rs - Melbourne Frye and son n.s their guests yesterday Mrs. Wlilte's rnolher. Mrs. W. II. Jones son. Hiivry, of Paragonld, and Johns' brother, K. 0. Ward Wnrd, of Fort Worth, P. Lisioii,. of Burdctlc, and son Ivan. Mr. -and Mrs. Harry I Oetllngs. Mr. and Mrs. plen Sul- 1 livan. Mrs. Frank Foster, Mrs.' ' Maliie Hurrls.' Miss \ionettc Bur- Aubrcy Bapiist I ris. Ma rgn ret Strlcklin, • fiui-rLs, all attended the M °" ll;iy IK. Mr. Frniik Adam's of Parago'ild, Ark., who' assisted in a number of meetings here Is as- cc-.s mid , AnnabeJIc Stacy, were'In Memphis yesterday for the opern- tiou unon their inolher,. Mrs. E. E. ... , ,,\ -».,,- a : \" Stacy."at the Baptist hospital. Her s!s .".'* ln , th ? m £ tln 5 *? r *:- rondillon is very good. Tien Orijel, fonnerly of here mid laic of St. .Louis, has moved to Memphi.- where he recently was uinned manager of the branch of- . Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Kifby and <ia«ghter Juanita and Mrs. E. H. fihoane of Portaseville drove to Cniie Gii'ardeiiu Swfday arid vtslt- rd Miss Caroline Dale, who Is in The "Shrincr Is something new In the way of a smart tali .(urban. This one, worn by Jean Mulr, is of brown crushed velvet with a lony biown (awcl for trinmihig. iiiiuii.il ju.timKii ui IILI: uiiiiicii 01- I . • ,-•- , . »i •, lice of Majestic Battery . and ! '- hr Southeast Missouri hospital Equipment company. HP. Is the Mlss . «= Ie " «»'• » ( . . Cnm !*f n ' .=rin ,,r Mr. and Mrs. I. Rose.uhal. : ««•. ..^ has _been here visiting ,Watfh! Don't He Flim-Flammoil on I'rice and WcijjlH UBERTY CASH GROCERS An llcrni/ed Cash Register Slip With Kuirh 1'ui'thase Sl'KCIALS FOU FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY and Mrs. • Mall Monaghan • ji.. and daughter. Harbarn. will', spend (he weekend in Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. M. JonU and Mar- joiie Stevens hnve iclinncd from her uncle, Lum Pcndergrass, and family, left for her home Tuesday. Mrs. George Cumeron, *'ho has nfe " i11 - Blylhcvllle visiting her ! tn ' 1 alui w ' ic - **'• nml :Clr3 - Mar " „ brief visit in Memphis with' • 1 ' a11 Cameron, has returned home Marjorie's (laddv. Ross Stevens.! Mr - nn <> Ml ' s Earl J0 " cs . of who is at the Daptlst hospital. i J°«-=boro. Ark u were here Monday The Rev. ond Mrs. W. J. LeRoy, V15 ' lln s w - T - finery and niece have as their Quest Mrs. LcRoy's, Mlss Elu ' lc Burns, nephew. LeRov Jacobs, of Heche'.! Jolm Mflssc >' of D°»iP» a »- Mo., Al . k ' | wa s here the first of the week vls- ; his brother, H. L. Massey find lalnly give the same lulls to other people," W. H. Slovall. the Rev. E. K. ! ' Lntlmer and the Rev. Marsh M.I 1 Callaway'' spent yesterday In Lit,! Mrs - C. Hodges of Ser.ath is which 'is being spoiisorcil by Hit SenioY high school Parent-Tc'ac.'.tr association, are becoming very nop- ii.lnr in .thi> clly. Already some of the orieina! "teams" of eight, arc now do'.vn lo entciUlnlng four and H Is hop:d to complete the nfTalrs by Oclob-.-r 1. Bridge, rook, sewing, teas, iiuilt- in; rind golf arc providing entertainment for those wi'o attend the parties. Tile idea was started with Mis B. A.' Lynch entertaining lhc It members of the executive bonnl. Each" gave ten cents for the treasury nrtd promised to entertain »l»hl women' who wert asked to contribute a similar a:i:ount. Each of these eight women were asked to entertain four guests nrxl these four art to entertain two gue.sls each mi: the surviving couples will end have one guest at her Una! party The project. If successfully carrlc; out, will net S270. l.uea.l Business \Yomeii To Alttnd Dislrict Meet. Representatives of the local Business and Professional Women's clul will attend the meeting cf Dhtric Two of lhc Arkansas Federation a Ken-port Saturday and Sunday Miss Marie Harnish ol this citv district chairman, who is schcdutet to conduct the conference, will ill- tend;!/, the condition o! her sister. Mrs.rThurman Atkins, ivho Is ill permits, she is to tc assir;ted b5 Miss;i>Ierthyne. Rogers of Littli Rock, .'general district, director. Mrs.;O. M. Aiorgan. pvc&ldcnt c: the Bfythcville cli;b; Miss Cora Lei Coleman. Mrs. Garland Morgan anc Mrs. E. F. Bell and prouibly•other- will atlcnd. Judge camtllc Kctley cf Mem- Phis, as guest speaker, will nddres: the conference at tec banquet Sat u ™ a E : night on Hit subject "M6J- crntsmjand Idealism." • »' • Pubjfc Relations, the stfncra' themc.or the conference, wil! bt discussed by Mrs. Ella S. Qnl 83 o: El Dorado, state president, who \: to be -the guest of honor at : a din- Mr meeting here Wednesday evening, .Her subject will be "We IT Our !jm." Miss Llii Ashley of-Little RSck will aba disnis's mib'.ii relations. Bound ^table dkcussi:ns on the fcdcr(it!pn departments ol wurkwil! be conducted-.by Miss Rogers who will IK assisted by a number of chairmen. .Special attractions cf a-.c'mcet- ] ng «jl| includc-an Informal'recep- tion Saturday aftcrnsoii at the Ha- zc-l hclfl, a -mWnlglir preview fol- iowirig.. lhc gct-togct'rcr parties o! that evening and there aro a!;o boat rides and golfiing parties planned. -.,- . • Miss - Harnish 'prepired the pro- of this year was held at the school er, Anne Morris. Virginia ptotmy- :Wednesday. nftornooii. Of the • 87 .civ lionise- liouria'ntl. Xllldrecl. bang. mothers present Miss Mary Out-'Kulh Whitworlh, Irma Laura low's room won the dollar pri/c for Harncs. Annls Lai:r:c Evans. Lorna having the li.iree.st attendance. : Wilson. Mart:m Oiambers, Marg'a- rqr llic -prcsiam on ."Living To 1 ' ret Crps^. Marie L-CEfieU. Emma Sui, ieilwAtfith Uia.«Fanilfy," '"Max 'Ur SicwAit; Prmjces fivans.-'ljve^llarj flrl3./vlJJ.il..,-. r Rtloni.ey, rwaa' KtijL^vWIT MKry "•'Elicit 1 ' Stevens^' Jnur 1 " tie Rock --liere visiling her daughter, Mrs. Miss Franclse Roseiithal ha s rc-] r - X. Schumacher. covered from several days illness.' Mr - ail • Memphis. Mrs - ?"& <^"oge of . erm., were the guests Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Mahoulls The Rev. W. J, LeRoy filled his appohnnieni here Sunday.! After- Mrs. Kate Borer left for Memphis the first of the.week where she will visit, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. ! Borer. .,.. piincipai spe..l:t-r. Hn used "Hcl- Bmk. Sim&hinc Adams, and Mrs " . , ler Homes and Heller Children" Anne Stevens Potter. Mrs. . lor his subject and the same line Kirshncr and Mrs. Oliver W. Cop- "jf thought *as discussed by Mrs. [podge. ' . • ' ;l. E. C'rI[z..Mrs. F. 1!. Joyncr ren:l | . lhc dancers will Ije Betty 1^< he pie^l.l'-.nfs mpHiifiC. prayer , Mcuutcl^n .Miry . lean Afflick Pn- vns offrml hy Mrs. A O. lluilson j lr f c j n W is^'. Maine ftiwi-.-rs'-ii Na -.nd nil joined In lhc ilne'i's uf I omi Alexander. June Marltn ,Ma!lo 'Home Sweet.. Ilosnc." 1 ||, lc wostbrogk, I-iancclla FJshei This sroup ha : - silreiidy c.irrird) Mai»arcl .7olms.' Wandn p'f slier •«t one money nicking project.] a?:a ]. 0 n McCutchen. I'aitv An? he uum of S:w Invlni: lH-en «1>- j (.in-cn. Doro'.hv Jpnu Iligginsoi^ aiiieil from a l;i:; djiy Halurdny. j rjoniu Winiderlic'.!. Ann Vnllme; ?lans fu" ult'.er nativities will be n f [[y IJlack. Dorotliy Srh«al?., Jac! little at a meeting i)f the cxerii- j Mi-ftliPt. Sam Grace Jo.vnei- Mar tve board lo he priv-ided over by i |_:m Joyncr. Miincy Carroll ' Wco: he nrw pivfldenl. Mrs. Hurry W.j Virginia Sweareniicn. C:irrnll U!-.a . . „ , - fs. j.'tVEpjSei^brr- Mi^OMv-. and Mis. J. W. Shrader. arc heeler 'Eppefsori'rcttmi- 1 <$> Richmond. Mo., visiting their sfncf- Mrs? Wheele ed Sunday from Aberdeen. Mis;.. | daughter . ., anrt Imsbaiict, Mr. and where they yisilcd relatives. Ves;er Pierce went to St. Louis for ll:e- weekend. Oratiy Mtirlin. of Mississippi, wa'. the guest Sinitlay and Monday ol cmnt. Mrs. J. M. Aycock. and M ''•••• pin. M tlly Guard, rcguy ''i-'.iid Miii-1: flder. Raines. Other offi-crs au-: ^hc.'lcr li llaljcock, lirn vi.-c •resiilcn 1 .; Mrv ''cc Cuii?. :."i 1 inic ICL- prPf.irteni; Mrs. Floyd Whiu. itcnly-Kllioit ^c'C'.aiv- Mr"i W (J Higcin.^un.l , M,,' ROW Stevens. U,- ^^ •> Mr. Cliarle.H W. Reedy. 'Hie rin- ^'T. icx- was ^^^(^^/^{i at the horn : i f the R-JV. W. J. LcRuy, pastor o. (ilie Lake Slrcei Methodist churel: of lhc ram ni cs :lm | 011:111. family. Mr. and Mi. ; . Mcailow^ had guests frain West Tennessee Sunday. Misses Lois Hill and Mildred Jar- "nlt Liltencied a class party at Lux- ira Friday evenlns. Mr. Stevenson's arm was broken In three ;pla(is- In an accident ai he gin Tuesday aflernnon. | Mr. Reedy came here four years | go from Kennetl, Mo. [ Mrs. Harley Mills. - Messrs. Ralph Mlllegan. John Eesnell, Olass Slrock. and Ray- hiontl Duncan of Bell Flower. >£)., were here Monday visiting Mr. Millecan's brother-tn-law and wife. M. aiid Ms. G. E. Shcllon. This, is the list time the men have ever visited this far south. . Mrs. Fred Baker and Janet of Fralcricksiown. Mo., arc here visiting Mr. Haker, who- is forking here with the state hieh- tfay department. MRS. R. G. HUNT Hunt, 428 Norih Ninth St., Dly- .neville, highly respected local ladj viio lias lived here llie past 36 year's. She' recently gave the following remarkable praising stafc- incni so h'eir friends might learn dt tills hew remedy a"hd benefit iioni it us'she has: "Any medicine that could do foi ir.c what Gly-Cas has will ccr Ijood re she said "'About, Hires years ago my wlioie FV£teni seemed to yo wrong. I was badly constipated, my stomach goi oul of order, couldn't cat anything without ill effects alter-! wards, actually felt like rocks Im the pit of my stomach. Couldn't r.o my work, hardly able to walk al all, so short of breath. Was terribly nervous, kidneys caused trouble and was worn out all the lime no matter what I did. But in spite of my condition—and 1 wns continually growing worse— Gly-Cas restored me to good health again. Stomach and bowels were easily regulated, eat most ?ny thing I want, kidneys fine, tired worn-out feeling has goni and even able to do my own housework again. Gly-Cas is one medicine thnl gives the rcsulls ihat are claimed of It." Gly-fc'as is sold by Kirby Bros Drug fJo., Main and Broadway, and by all leading drus.stores in .surrounding towns. —Adv. Hospital Notes Dell and Vicinity 7 .liiiucai1 (YmeU-rv A^'n 'la-; IK Sri-niiil Meeting . 'Irie F.imwood O-mi'tfry Avon i- lon. recently nrrtnni^c!! si- a ^rr-'.ip| a carr for the . c"inelrry which C:I;T, dm! nanii-.' luil lh«- iTcinul | ,iy evening.lii Ihn presence isroup of. friends. . Hrcdy and his bridr nr, 1 IK ' - Tho?c admitted to the Blylhe- ville hospital today were Mrs. William Nclsori, Route 2; Mrs. F.. G. Stcphenson, Holland; Mr. Milburn White, StSele. and Martha Lois Austin. Kelser. ROXY Last Time Today Si.VI'. wnrl iS'lfE—10c - 25t leii Hfist Fight' NKSVS - - CO'MKUV with her iwrcnif. Mr. and Mrs. Dunavafil of Kciser. . Floyd" Carlock, who Is. -.vorkinij at his fall. This projer-. Is. :il pres- nt. llie prir.ciiwl cue uiwn «hii:h .he BK>"|' plans to work. D:SCl:s.v.on ol (lll-.-s. til? <r,r. l;'.;i- ton and otliev innllC!-; prriaimn^ o a \K-X m-'janiration "ire \..\\:m ' •% IP and in a l>:tc[ sm-i.'l nwir Mri. Adams fci-vi-rt reficMnnci Komi- of th<- dancin; pup:'.s .Mi^s OI'.i Bob Ha:iis MIC! ;i 'ocr cf IVe city's yinin; |j:li t- presented i:i n f:i:ln:n u ;hc nil?, theater toniuhl. Ti'.i :ug pupil.- will WO.T.- <c;Mv: :iallcnsl colors in kci-r.:iii v. spirit el the NRA. Bill Tioticr wi'.i I.: :.-. t ccreir.cnies lor Il-.e ..r;::..i: :lciu which, in acidiii .11 i'i -On re\i;e. wiii uuvt' tialtic.-. Mr. Tio'.ter ', 'BcaiUilut Lady." Tlio.-e tHkinj part hi paradi- will be iitewart othus Urack.'ii Snydcr. Vaneta Saxt-. •,';i(ian rears approximately 100,Wj Angora rabbit* for wool ::iaiit i.l.irliiriiK. Mrs. n. 0. Brown was lhc din- icr Kue.st. of Mrs. J. S. Tidwcll r riclny. Mrs. Brown, whn hfls •een v'jjlihi'K friends and relatives '.ere far a few- wrcfcs. has now rc- mnecl to her home in Missouri. Mrs. Bniigiitmnn lias returned ._._.... , 'iom a visit with relatives and I Hayti. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Sanders tienils in Mis-.si?sippi. She is mak. vliitcd Mvj. Floyd Carlock and if her home wth her daughter, children Friday, .la.s. Walter Lewis. •'• Mlsse,s Flossie and Pansy Evans Mi's Virginia Martin is in the! were dinner guests oi Mrs. C. A. llylhcyule hospital. ] s'mlth Saturday. Mrs. 1 " Oilo Kochler has rr-nnnrd ; . Mr^. Ethel Kcrbaugh is visiting o her home after n wcck'.s vi-it | here. Friday & Saturday MAT. and \ITK—lOc gra.-n.'.'Since aKiunlnJ- chairmanship ftl, this district 'She has hesded a eohcififrated program which has been ormirch interest to members of all-jcliibs. P. T. A. : faft Work WOMEN who suffer at monthly times should try CARDUI., It has helped so many! ^m/. c - 0 " 1 ' 1 «" ane Tllilll A|IJ . .»,iv FLOUR, Mary Jane. Plain ^'ft ..... Barrel 56.70 85c COFFEE, C'liast ,t Sanliorn cr Sum y Urook Lb. 25c SOAP, Palmolive. 3 Bars for 17c TOMATOES, "• ' ^^"""3 Cans 20c MEAL, M.irtc bv (liiaKfi- O.Us Co.. . . s. Lbs-- 10i- 24 Lbs. 3»c MILK, Libby. Lge. <;an 6c.; ,SmalI can 3c POTATOES, Extra Fey. No. 1. Lb. 3c LARD, lirini; Your Burlirt No Limit ..Lb. ISAHJUIN, Svvitt's Empire oi p Evergoait Fnhcy. Sliced Lb. PORK SHOULDERS, "wL° cr Lb. 7 Nancy Halls, l.ti. • :;< i Torlo Kli.iiis, Ll> >.• GREEN BEANS,. ^^ role Lb. PURE LARD, Ars tr urs 4-Lb. Crtn.32 PORK & BEANS, Van l',i nip's No. 1 Can 5c RED SALMON, Rosedale. Tall Can 12c SALMON MACKEREL, 3 Cans 25i- C i T ^T Ail? AT 1 Bcf > Untdc. Streak-O- -r i rri / gjALl iMhAl, l.,a,i, strcak-O-Fat Lb.TV^C PINEAPPLE, Libby. Crushed 9-oa-cn 7c APRICOTS, Rosedale, No.,21/3 Can. 15c PEACHES, Tios %^ n ," c; tL SyriJr( TOMATO JUICE, No P "i n 'o,,. 3Cansl4c- SOAP, r ^ gi^'o'cu^n' G Lge. Bars 25c ASPARAGUS TIPS, L '^ P g Can lOc FLOUR, Blue Bunny, bbl $7.50; 24 Ib 95c CHEESE, Wisconsin Full Cream. Lb. 15c .| SAUSAGE, .ItiJTiffiEiirc Pork. Lb. 1% 'CABBAGE, Lb.3V 2 c COFFEE, Fresh Ground. Lb. lOc , ' Van M?," 1 ."'"-.^"*" 1 Can 12%f BEEF ROAST, ™£ B "«r Lb. 15^ IJOILED HAM, SHrPtl, I'liiind ~ Puuiiil ,. ..-., Ward ? - PajehUTeacMr issoclitlol) ' Thursday "nly 10 BIG STAftS N. R. A. FASHION SHOW KXI'KflT r. i .i-.i-jj [ ( \ 1 j\ i - by (jla Bob SHOWING THE fewER FASHiONS .FOR.WOMEf AND MISSES ATWlli PAUL IUKAS GLORIA STUART hair dye ne -ivi Is .Til individual hf rvit c w M h lir-atnipnt hair:! Specialty Singing' Dancing Numbers Bill Trotler, Master of Ceremonies romllUon »l head of h.\'-r. ii head the s a in r lreativ,rnu Our ate thr n -c of r\r,v IX1X-TO rrodurl. .s free— Scrfltp rcasonahb. . Dmi Beauty Slioppc - lOc • lac BORUM'S CARTOQM ''". OATS, Hostess. 55-OsJ. Pox ll%c MOPS, 12-Oz. 1 Limit. Each ,15c NORTHERN TOILET TISSTJE, 3 for J7c SALT, Bulk. For Table Use. Lb. lc BAN ANA Sj Yellow, Ripe. Fey. Do^. 20c BELL PEPPERS, Crisp & Green. Ea. If MIi 1 AT Harvester Br.tml . M li A I., . Loose Lb. HAMS, Swift's 1'ienic Lb. lOe OKRA, Fresh. Pound EGG PLANT, Pound CORN, Fresh. Ear STARCH, Argo. Bulk. Pound ^ | TEARS, Uoscdalc. - No. 2 1 /? Can 17c ONIONS, Red or Yellow. Pound 3c PEARS, Washington Harttett., Each 2t-. LETTUCE, Jumbo Hard Head. Ea. 7c ORANGES, Small Juicy Calif. Doz. lOc SALAD DRESSING, ^ ™«-::::::::: £ MAYONNAISE, Heilmun's. ij. inl .•;.•;.. £ ROACH POWDKK, 10 Limit. Box lc. BLACK PEPPER, Climax. 4-Oi:. Box 7c L1GHT GLOBES, ,',%?*.^"""".n.. 3 for 25c DOG FOOD, All Brands..3 Cans for 25c MALT, Okie. Ribbon or Eagic. Can 78c r»i/"'K"i L^C l)i11 or Soor ' ( l |larl ••••' "" 1 IL-IVijCiO], sweet or Sweet Mixed. Quart 13C [MUSTARD, Marco. Full Quart JOc SWIFT'S WOOL SOAP, Bar -.. 2^c SYRUP, Sor'hum, '.i Gallon ...'. 20c; Gallon Si/c SunllOTVC* Mo;a;s:j, GAl'on -IU?

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