The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1940 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE NEWS I , KROGER , PIGGLY WIGGLY 1HI* AMAZINO OU At ANT If if Kr*f«f |t«w;lJKt MM *•* w toiut.O» rt4tttn »«M«4 in origiml container *nd w will r»pl«^c i t FREE »i«fc PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PiCniCS Country Club Shankless ft. 15C Roast -a SELECT OYSTERS Pt 35 WHITING FILLETS SPANISH MACKEREL STD. OYSTERS P 25 Sausage SPARE RIBS NECK BONES PURE LARD Announces New Books In County Library At Osceola ,,.'•/•..','. * ...... • . With the observance of national ok week from Nev. 10 to 16th Miss Frances Holland, Mississippi County librarian, has announced the following additions to the county Uhrary Osceola: Rental Shelf Miss Susie Slagle's, Augusta Tucker (author) ; Foundation Stone a; Mfe M4njy.er; Jan' '"•""• Warren; Keepers o House, Harry Kroll; Show Me Land Clark M ' struther. 30,000 on the Hoof, Z»ne Grey; Spirit of the Range, Bower; There Is_ Always Love,'Emilie Lorih?;* Ttie Girl at the Crossroads, Gregory Someday I'll Find You, Margaret Wtddemer; Enough to Live oh Ib. SALT MACKEREL ,, 8 JACK SALMON , 10 SALT MEAT Fat Backs, Ib. GROUND BEEF „ 15 PORK LIVER 10 Demonstration Club News Notes Officers Margaret C. Banning; Valley of Wolves, Laurie York Ersicine; Long- ticte, Laura Kiey'; Out of the Fog, Joseph Lincoln; China Trader, Cornelia Spencer; World's End, Upton Sinclair; Cabbage Holiday, Anthony •Thome; Murder Plus, Carolyn Wells; Dark Lightning, Helen Topping Miller. Adult Non-Fkition Holiday Cards For You to Make, Edith Ackley; How to Read A Book, Adler; HQW to Be An Army Officer,'. Baumer; Best Plays of 1939-1940, '. Burns Mantle; Military Basic' Course, Cruikshank; Trelawneyi Margaret Armstrong; Pun Ency- •clopedia; Richard Halliburton's Story of His Life Adventure; Round About South America, Anne M.. Peck; Your Career in Aviation. Ben Pollett; Flower Arrangement in Color, Rockwell and Grayson; Treasury of World's Great Letter's, Schuster, Len.; Better Meals for Less Money, Hazel Young. Juvenile Fiction Tumble Bear, Margot Austin; Hurricane Sands, Ralph Bar'oour; Too Fast For John, Emma Brock; Mill Qreek Mystery, Chapman; Lone Star Rising, Crownfield; Poll House PIGTAILS Smoked Hog Jowls 11 r , h . 1AI* K. K. Rindless Ib. 25c Reg. Sliced, Ib. 19c Persian Juicy; Dor. Tender Ib. 5 Yellow Globe 10 Ibs. 25 Idaho Russets 10 Ibs. 25 APPLES Jonathan Doz. 15 CGCOAMTS FuH-o-Milk Cc 5 BRUSSELS S1 SWEET POTATOES,^ 10 Texas Seedless Full-O"Juice, Joz. 25c BEANS, C. C. Sm. can 5c Lge. Can .3 for 25c ,F« CUT BEETS CUT OKRA Sunkist Fresh Stock box. STRING BEANS, Cut, No. 2. 3 for CHERRIES, C. Club I Ac No. 2 Can III Maxwell PINEAPPLE SWEET PEAS Ftat Can Siic. or Cr. Ea. - Club \q, 3 Can, L S e & Tender Standard. Sour O r Dill, ^ Apple Butter Peanut Butter GRAPE JAM CATSUP LIMA BEANS 14 oz. Boltle. 3 for SALAD DRESSING -^»"•——^— BEANS, Campbell's JOAN'ARC A fil» • . Spotlight HOTDATED COFFEE Sib' SUGAR TISSUE MACKEREL ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M _ F CLOCK BREAD Mrs. Eha Wheeler was elected Sfcar Risin °« Crownfield; Poll House president of the Yarbro Home Book ' Helen Fish ' Gridir °tt Glory, Demonstration club Tuesday after- ! Heylisei ' : Bluebe rry Corners, Len- noon at the meeting- of 16 members ' 5k - i; Star Llghfcl sta r Bright, Meese; and one visitor at -the hom« nV Fi ^ hlin = Coach, Scholz; Story o. Mrs. Victor Mallory. : • '. """"" n ^~ * ""' "' /Mrs. Lee Stiles will serve agairt as. vice president and Mrs. C. j i Little as secretary ana treasurer i and reporter. . J . A Dutch lunch was. served'at the'' all day session. The meeting was'. • = opened with the singing of. "Amer- 5 Nicolay; Crafts For Fun, Perry, ica^ the Beautiful." Mrs.'Dave^Ab^ bott read a poem, "We, Keep Only- What We' Share" and Mrs Lee- Stiles told the., history of ''Our First Thanksgiving.'" Members answered roll call with Thanks°ivin^ Bible verses. ° ..-Prizes in 'the- winter bouquets which were <shown went to Mrs R-. A. Copeland for best winter pouquet, Mrs. Stiles for wild grass , . Willow Plate, Leslie Thomas; Stage - ; coach Sam, Sanford Tousey. ';;;•'• Juvenile Non-Fiction .': Story of "Old Dolls and How tc .Make New Ones, Dunn; Story of ".Verse for' Children, Huber; Boa -Builder,. Judson; Bridge -of Water, Pull the Trigger on Lazy Bowels winter 'artistic arrangement. The club voted to have a bin^o party at Catholic Hall Thursdav Wrur O1. • . J ttith herb laxative.cwntwMd with symo pepsin to nuke it i£r«e«b(« md easy to take . .•:. When constipation brings on acid indigestion,- bloating, dizzy spells, gas, •coated tongue, sour taste and bad breath, your stomach is probably "cry« a^; J S:c.'"j. U t ",o 8 "cr S ISSfcTS^ofto d °pS r nrttcf,^ o.,o 1 ,••«,- ti;ie trig-er on those lazy bowels, com- .bined with, good old Syrup Pepsin to nuke your laxative more agreeable and easier to take. For years many Doctora ,have used pepsin,com pounds, as agreeable earners to, make other medicines more palatable when .your "taster" feels easily upset. Sb be sure: your laxative contains Syrup:'Pepsin. Insist on Dr. -Uilchvells Laxative Senna, combined : >nLh Syrup Pepsiii. Sec hpw .wonderfully 'its herb Laxative Senna v-akes up lazy nerves and rnuscl&s in your intestines, to bring welcome relief Jrom constipation. .AndI see hov/.its Synip Pepsin makes Dr. '<^ld\vell s medicine so smooth an4 agreeable to a touchy gullet Even finicky children love the taste of this pleasant family laxative. Buy Dr. CaMy/ell's Lax- .ative Senna at your druggist's today. -Lry one iaxntive that won't.bring oa ^vjolent distaste, even when you ta^e it nft^r a f u n mea j, :, - The next meeting/will be in the home of Mr.s. Elza Wheeler. ' ;• • TQLLAND, -Conn. (UP)— B rough t' back to jail,, after more than 'a wqek of freedom,' police asked Wil, - fred Fortin why he escaped. Fortin r-rtlrJ iV^A^-. r- ____ i T _. *. • . * them frankly: -j the food." MOROLINE WHITE PETROLEUM JEU.Y Air Circulctting, Radio ting S Moore's Oil Circulating, volumes of circulated heat of radiant heat. Radiating Heaters supply and furnish an abundance st - v1 "^,- perfectly balanced hcatinff and air-tight construction 0 ODcionTh- ^ 01 operation. Their rich, brown velvet finish [ s further enhanced with a striking Chrome grill See These Better Moore's Oil Heaters Tod^y! H U B B A CO. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1940 LIBERTY CASH GROCERS nan Chum Salmon ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^•^BBH Libby's Peaches Jack Sprat M Ilk Small3c 13ic Lge. Can LIBBY'S OL1VES ^ ff y ar 18< UBDY'S VEAL L r Tin 13 No. 2 Tin LIBBY'S CORNED X nfl COFFEE RONCO Jack Spratt or J t Ib. Arkansas F>incy re 1 Ib. Celjo. 4 Square Box OVe- Each 4¥ GRAPENUTS CAIT WfliBl 2 Pkgs. Seedless 5 for es2i<12c Ib. Ib. APPLES Each Ib. Sack- Fa'ncy 1 Sliced Rind On, Ib. Chase & Sanborn in Lb. 13 1 Ib. Cello. FOOD 2 Cans 14 oz. Bottle, Each Kfey' s : Sliced Rindless, Ib. le HAM Cudahy's Shankless Shoulder Ib 15c Leg. . !b.20c K. C. Chuck ib. Hoop, Full Cream 1c Ib. Pure Hog Miss Liberty lOc Loaf Cabin Syrup Table Size Full Dressed Ib. Little Pig " 16. Swift's Victory OYSTERS Extras t ;ed CHILI Liberty Spec ' al Bri«k JK< Angel Food or Waldorf Tissue SUHSWEET Primes. Lars:e Size 1 Ib. Pk^.r....... PEACHES 18 APRICOTS 11 oz. pkg tc M FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS LEMON PEEL '. ... .. Jb. 29c CURRANTS g< ORANGE PEEL ...... U>. 29c SeedTe s^RaiV O l.c CITRON PEEL ..Ib. 29c ^ ? k f' ?i SMled PC- Jftc GT.ACE CHERRIES .,:lb. 37c cans, :"yf s , Ib. W GLACE PINEAPPLE . Ib. 37< -• BIG MEASURING AND MIXING PITCHER ONLY 1C WHEN YOU IUY* 3 IB. CM OF MTH p. ret Spry C£T THIS HOSTESS COME I* FO* CMTRY BAU.O1, - 19c OXYDOL Med. Pkg, ... Lge. Pkg. ..., Giant Pkg. ., ..8 VzS LUX Me d 9 FLAKES, 2V Ideal Food Cans for 25c

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