The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1940 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 21, 1940
Page 2
Start Free Trial

.;, fi H PAGE WO JLYTHEVILLE, (AHKi) - COURIER NEWS KROGER PIGGLY WIGGLY ' * * JM'f I N • > U A t AN r 1 1 »UY «•? K l comiin*r M4 «* wj Mil »f ilic MM ii—. PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY •••|HHM^K^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ Avondale Sliced No. 2!/ 2 Can H. Syrup, Can '""^""^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^^^^IBW^^^MBiH^B Cranberry Sauce OCEAN SPRAY 15 ox. Can, 2 for 25c PUMPKIN C. r Club No. 2'/ 2 Can, 2 for CHERRIES Pie, C. Club, No. 2 Can Ech. Peas Jello Petit Pols Valentine No. 2 Can, 2 for All Flavors 3 for PINEAPPLE Havapine Flat Can Ech. 5c CAKE FLOUR C, Gub 44 oz. TAUflTfl JUiCE c. ciub IVIflftlV rm 2 Can, 3 for Fruit Cake Ingredients FULL SUPPLY KROGO CHERRIES GRAPEFRUIT JUICE C. Club No. 2 fcah, 2 for... ....... PINEAPPLE JUICE C. Club 12 oz. Can, 2 for ....... SHORTENING 3 Ib. can I All Pure Grape UHITI 2 Ib. Jar Red Maraschino 5 oz.-bottle 25 15 15 37 19 10 DATES .8 oz. Pkc. COCOANUT Cello. Bag 1lb.23c Spotlight French Milk Hotdated Coffee Bag Me, 3 Ib. bag COFFEE 1 Ib. Bar, 2 for Pet or Caniation - 3 tjrc. or G Small 35c ••••• 20c Fruit Cocktail - TahitiVTallCan. Each ^ .££T£ I PEANUT OLEO CATSUP„ APPLE ... Clock Lge Loaves 2 for Angel Food l8."..Ef£ Recipe e. Size, Each FmitCake 5 Ib.ake, Each 99c PICKLES STARCH PURE LARD JCCarlon FLOUR Home Style .3 Jars for Avalon 8 oz. Pkg. 8 lb. •. Car-ton-, v Guaranteed 24 Ibs. 5 -'. ;57c 57 C Red Tokay Grapes ^•^•••^^^•^•^—i • 'I Fresh Sweet, Ib, GRAPEFRUIT Doz.25c VMM TEXAS ORANGES Each lc Apples WlNESAP CId Fashioned Va. Tacked in Barrets Dos. 15c Calif. Finn Iceberg: Head TANGERINES Doz,15c ^MMM AVACADOS Ech.ISc Place Your Order For Thanksgiving TURKEYS Turkey Now! ^^^^HBMH^^^^^^^^^HHHB^^^^BM^^B ^^—^^^^— LAMB CHOPS LAMB SHOULDER ,„ .., mm - FRYERS - DUCKS JOWLS ,„ 18 KK Rindiess lb 25c Reg. Sliced Ib. SELECT OYSTERS P 35 FISH STEAKS „ 29 STB. OYSTERS SAUSE Pi. Home Made Ib, ; ft Fresh Country lb. ^ '* Osceola Sooety—Personal Htn»re<I Miss:Pay Stevens, whose to Charles Roy Butterick is set for Thanksgiving pgy in Magnolia, was guest of -honor" at two evening bridge parties this week. Onv, : Monday night Miss Mary Brown \and Miss Dolly Gosewick entertained two tables of bridge at the home of Mrs. E. S. Shippcn. High score award .went to Mish Miejavee Tat« and low award to Mi&s -Myra Mae NaUling. Mlsa Stevens was given an eight-piece crj'stal centerpiece for flowers. Guests were Miss Jfulia Mae Mormon, Vivian Scurlock, Mrs. James Kent, Miss Bess Bullard. Melavee Tate, and Myra , Mae Nailling. On Tuesday night Miss Bess Bullard, Miss Dorothy Starr, Mrs. James Kent and MeJavee Tate were, joint hostesses to four tables of guests in the Brickey apartments in honor of Miss Stevens. , Miss Stevens was presented the table mirror and centerpiece filled with American Beauty rajcs -and white asters^ ; Mrs.', Mona Moore and Mias Vivian- Scurlock 'were winners' ol the prizes. Tlu> bridal motif was employed <in the. iced course with ice'cream, frozen in white and pink wedding slipper. -;••'•. •'_ • ' '• ;,•*. ;• * .•.';.' -.'""'•;.•' Liter'arj'. Department Meets •''Let's .Talk About Your House': waa the interesting subject of the program led by Mrs. Mary Spann at the monthly luncheon •meeting of .the Literature DepartmentHca the -Osceola Progressive ClubL in the 'home of .Mrs.' G. B. SegriveB Tuesday afternoon. . Co-hostesses with Mrs. Se^i'ayes were Mrs. George Cone, Mrs. E. W Packard and Mrs. Roy E. Dawson. Martha. Jane Bunn • introduced the program witli a piano :solo after which'Mrs Coy E. Scifres discussed "why own a house arid how to select, a location." Other-subjects discussed by Mrs. Robert Sumner, ( Mrs. W. B. Colbert ant Mrs. B.' E. Moore were interioi decoration, building /with I!HA, anc main facts'.'to •-'consider in building a 'house. ,- ' : • • : • •.••;.- ; Readings and stories ^related tc the subject were given by Mis£ Nettie Gray and Mrs. -. W. ^Spanh Guests were Mrs. John Whitworth, -'Mrs. Allen Segraves anc Mrs. W; J. Spice. New member.' enrolled : included Mrs. Joe '"W. Rhodes, Mrs. Joe. Watson and-Mrs: •M:;'S. Waggoner. • .v • » • •• - :i -',''.. V. W. A. Gives Thanks v National and personal ;'blessiugt and reasons for'thanksgiving • : was the central-theme in t'he monthly program •; -meeting of the Doreer Owen. Y. W. A. of 'the 'Baptist Church-Monday -night. "The 12 girls met Tor ••supper-ai the' 'Court House Cafe and then went to .the home of their counselor, Mrs: B. E. Moore, for the program 'led-by'Miss Cora Hogan. /Opening with the song '.'Count .Your Blessings" each person wa; given a turkey cut-out on which were found ;thc scriptui'es of praise and '^thanksgiving as the : basis for the devotional message. Each girl gave ; testimonials of their reasons for being thankful. ..A. quintet of Thanksgivmg thoughts . was^given by Miss Cora Hogan and Miss Edna Mac Tray lor. Edna Mae Shelton pointed out many of oui national blessings in .this country Posters were shown by Bessie Lou Rose. .After, prayer by Vera Hcndrix lue .meeting was closed with singing 'of "America." ; '" - . • • : V New Dyess Sch^rol Club , Margaret Baumez, junior -studcut in.. Dyess high t school, .has been elected president of the new clut organized by the home economies cla,ss of DycsS high school. Miss Baumez has served as secretary of the Road No. 7 4-H Glut for the past- year; she also placed first' m the. county 4-H club oratorical contest, using as her subject "Personality in Dress." She attended the state 4-H Club Encampment at the University of August.' Others elected lo .serve in the new club -sire Mary Eva Walker. vice president; Alma Lee Wells. secretary: Eva Joy Doctor, treasurer. Mijjs Lucille Gray is home economics teacher and .sponsor of the club. : * « : .« Mrs. James H. AhH and baby son of Ben ton. Ark... arc here for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -M. L. -Mayo, and with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.' J. 5. Halscll •m Blythcville. Mrs.', Ahlf mcuihcrcd as the former Marie Mayo. Mis* Mary'Keiscr. arrived Tuesday Irora Williston. Tcnn., for a visit' Helping to Link The Americas Fostering the "good neighbor" .spirit among the Americas is Se- ! , -iiora de Martinez Guerreo, above, nead of the Inter-American Com- ..nission of Women. She's pictured it the Pan-American Union in Washington, during the group's .irst meeting in the United States. with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Susie Keiser. Lee Maxwell, accompanied by Justus Edington and Jack Bishop, .vill go to Uttle Rock Saturday to attend the annual" banquet meet- uig given by the Sinclair Refining Company to their representatives. ; -- : Mrs. ;R. S. Ashmore and daughter, Mary Louise Ashmore, and Irlenda Maxwell, will go to Memphis Friday-for the Christmas parade on Friday :night. Willie Fletcher, who has been ill ."or three weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Morris, is able ;o sit up some each day. James A. Freeman of .Dyess has enlisted in the army. Roy E. Dawson, superintendent jf city schools, has been out of ichool part of the week with a threatened attack of appendicitis. Mrs. Paul ..'.Galloway and children, .Elizabeth and Paul, left Wed- icsday for Cheir new home in For-' •:est City. .The Rev. Mr. Galloway .vent on Friday in order to fill his .DUlpit Sunday but Mrs. Galloway- ind the children were forced to re- iiain here on account of the ill-, ness of the .two children. They liave been guests of Dr. and Mrs. 3. M. Harwell during the time. To Hold Bingo Party £ At Armorel School r -^A bb^go party will Toe givea at' 'the Armorel school Monday night. according announcement made : today. - >: . . ,, \-The affair which is to be sponsored by. : the Armorel Parent :Tpacher ; association Mill ' begin at 8>pO : o'clock. :... • Peiriiscol Singers To f Meet At Culbertson ; The Pemiscot ? .County . Singing convention will''liave'its " monthly .singing at Culbertson community .building, two mUes south of Holland on highway 61 Sunday afternoon. The singing will begin at one o'clock, ' ' The Stamps Dixie Four will be special guests and will be. heard in concert at Culbertson Sunday .night, R. E. L. Smith, president, announced. . Was Old at 52 NOW PEPPY, FEELS NEW, YOUNGER ?i- ^or men aiid »-art>cn. A 7.t-5TSr ol<t DOCTrm *r1tK: "U.dM »o tturh for jWenu i •}£* It mS. *cJf. K«»aHs nm:." r~-f, ^.^ r^-rtVU" 1 AL-t.V 1 .T> w- trtaK . i>s,»y .'Kirby Bros, Drug Company :md K0 od r fc i«rcs cv SAVE4&GAL c»r. JOYNER OIL CO, . S. Hifhwmy «, Attend Opening Of New Hotel At Dyersburg •The, B^theville Kiwanis CKib was represented at , the Ladies' Night Party pi' the Dyersburg club, given last night in honor of the opening of the New Hotel Cordell Hull.- ' -Leading; the party was John D/e€n, president, accompanied by Mrs. p,ecu. Mr. and Mrs. Lagronne Whittle,' Henry Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Jessee Stitt. 'Read Courier News want, acis. . j Pull the Trigger on Bowels «I tobhe . ..-._, consLipation brings on add Indigestion, bloating, dizzy spells, pas, coated .tongue, sour taste and bad breath, your stomach is probably "cry- mg thc^blucs" because your bowels don't move. It calls for Laxative Senna to.pull Lhe trigger on those la/.y bowels, combined .with good old Syrup Pepsin to make- -your laxative more agreeable and easier, to take. For yc;irs many Doctors have used pepsin compounds, as agrce- ablc-earners to make other nicdicLnes nlorc palatable when your "taster" feels easily, upset. So be sure your laxative contains byrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr CaWwcll's ^ax^.tivc Senna, combined with Syrup Pepsin. Sec how wonderfully its herb I-nsative Senna wakes up lazy nfcrvcs and muscles in yonr intestines to bring welcome relief from constipation. And sec how iis Syrup Pepsin makes Dr. Caldwcii smcdicmcsosmooth and a^rcc- aWc to a touchy gullet. Even finicky children .love the taste of this pleasant familyjaxativc. Buy Dr. CaSdwcU s Lax- atiyt Senna at your dmpgist's todfly. Try one laxative that won't brine on vwlent distaste, even when you take it after a full meal. Expert Radio Service Home and Auto Hadios AH Work Guaranteed :• .Phone U7G Montgomery Ward THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1940 LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Headquarters For Your Thanksgiving Dinner Give Us Your Order ; Turkey, Ducks, Geese and Chicken PRICES FOR FRI. and SAT. Miracle Whip GRAPEFRUIT To* Can 15 Salad Dressing CRISCO 3 '!;„ 47 MARSHMALLOWS Pkg i ib. Tin 16 pz. 1 A PICKLES, Sour or fA< Dill, 22 oz. jar 10 CATSUP Frazier's 14 oz. Bottle OLIVES, Stuffed No. 5 Jar LIRRY'S LUNCH TONGUE ONIONS TURNIPS APPLES Home Grown 'fflt c ' Red. 3 Ibs. IV RED 10 Ib. Sack Home Grown ifc lb. Delicious I) ye Each 17 2 Ib. 71 c 'I 71' I 9 EGGPLANT CUCUMBERS lb BRUSSELS SPROUTSQt 28 FRESH COCOANUT , 5 —-^^^^^^^^«« MBBMBBM^ Bacon Fancy Sliced Rind On, Lb. K. C. Beef Rouiicl- ro Loin. 'Ib; Bulk Ib. MINCEMEAT CHILI ' i^rty Special CSL SAUSAGE MUttft 15 15 25 10 Krey's Rindless Ib. Chops or Roast, Ib; >' OYSTERS Exlras ^ 1 GROUND BEEF , b BEEF LIVER „ W W . »>. Bianion Peko Ib. KIDNEY BEANS Can Sc House Canova, Jack Sprat 'or Luzianna, Ib. Chase •& Sanborn Miss Liberty lOc Loaf "—•^^^•^^•^w 5c MOTHERS COCOA , 17 DIME BRAND MILK 9i 5 If 2 Boxes POTTED MEAT —•"••"^^••••••MM Flour Plain or ScK Rising 24 Ib. Sack Angel Food 2 Layer Cake Each SUNSHINE BLACK WALNUT 14c COOKIES, Pkg. ........... I 1 * SUNSHINE TOAST WAFER 17lc . / <-. . II* JRox . .... ROYAL SODA 2 14 rJ Arm & Hammer Q t <-• VT a i»kgs. nrner Pkg. Grape Freedon Qt. Liberty Bell 2lb.Box SUKBRITE CLEANSER can 41 IVORY SOAP •I'ESSZ 15 WOODBURY ?^ 11 ^ 25 CRYSTAL WHITE ; 25 Lge. Box 2 Large Boxes For 22 LUX FLAKES RINSO WTA60M so ^ nt ^ 12 IDEAL DOG FOOD 25 ,53

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free