The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1940 · Page 2
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PAGE TOO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 KROGER PIGGLY WIGGLY ACCIPT TNIf A M A Z I M • •UAIANTII >QUAUTY\1 §UT My Krog*r JfMn, LIKE M M vril *r k«il«f. OK ft(ura «MMM4 ^F/ p«rti4« U •O|!M) cMl*ia«i »4 w wilt f«ftlM« it FREE ••* Mjr »«fc«t brand we M>1 •( ih« UHM num. t •! PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PLACE YOUR CHRISTMAS ORDER FOR HAMS AND POULTRY NOW! Swift's Hams Skinned Su^ar Cured Half or Whole Center Slices Ib. 33c, Ib BAKING CHICKENS lb 25 POT ROAST K. C. Beef Ih. 19 FHYHNt CHICKENS ,„ 35 SLICED BACON Jl WIENERS •"•"• "J.Jj" 15' MINCE MEAT 15 CountryPorkSausage ,-,•.••..-' »w* .• ^ • W 4j fi-8 S3' as IIICK CHILI Pound Bricks 4 Ac Ea. |Qt 13 LLG-0-LAMB Small Tender Ib. 22 Whole, |J< Poqnd OYSTERS . Standard Qt. 25 CATFISH STEAKS „ 29 SELECT OYSTERSV3S Salt Meat Dry Salt Fat ..-Backs Pound Texas Seedless 12 for 19c APPLES -Winesap Dozen 15 GREENBEANSV, , 10 ORANGES " , Extra I^arge I)oz. TEXAS CARROTS, Turnip Greens, Rad : ishes, Green Onions, Fresh Spinach Calif: Tall Cans «c 3 for Ml COMPLETE STOCK S, COCOANUTS Fulla Milk Ea. ONIONS YeHow Globe -|A( ;Np. 1 Select, 3 Ibs: lU Sweet Juicy, ISac Clock Bread 15c O/k >,„ 1 ,»., f O tn- «^P ^^ ^^ 20 oz. Loaf, 2 for CRACKERS Ctrv. Club OCc Avondale, SHc. or > Halves, No. 2'/> Size Tomato Soup vfic Country Club, Can 3 Economy Fruit Calve, 5 Ibs.. Cake Flour Ctry Club;'''44 oz.. Peanut fettle i ib. •':.':.":.'.'..:...".; 1 15 CATSUP, C. C. AC 14 oz. 2 for fcJ Chocolate Covered CHERRIES, 1 lb. Mince Meat ft oz. Pkg. Cocoanut, 1 lb. Bag FLOUR Valentine Petit Pois No. 2 Can 2 For .Gpunlry Club 12 Ibs. 4§c: 24 His. FLOUR, Red Bowl CAKE, .Devil's Food, 2 Laver.,.. APPLE SAUCE Country Club. No. 2, \ for HEAD TOUR SHOPPING LIST with Princess Silverware. Complete Service for Six in Chest, QnljM>-2i Gtd. for Life Caruthersville Society— Personal Has That "Better Mouse-Trap'' B. & 1'. W. Club Inter-American Goodwill The members of the Business and Professional Women's Club met Tuesday night at the J&ajestic Hotel for the only regular meeting" they will have this month. Mrs. Raye Stroud, who is the Education Chairman of the Club, was in charge of the program which was "A Goodwill Festival." She was assisted by Mrs. W. S. Hulbert ancj Miss Laura Belle Miss ghepard gave a discourse on "Inter rAmerican ; HigMights." Mrs. Stroud spoke on "Agencies of Good-will." Mi-s. Hulbert addressed the groupi on "Goodwill -Festivities. 1 ' Miss Mayme Herndon gave a re- pprt on the finances of the club, including the returns of the bingo party, \yhich they recently sponsored. A routine business meeting was held and plans for the annual C£jjristmas party were discussed. The party will be next Tuesday night, Dec, 17, wi^h the Philathea class of the Baptist chinch se-rving, and will be at the home of Mrs.' M. E. Shomaker, a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Harper drove to Memphis Tuesday , where Mr. Harper attended a meeting of secretary-treasurers of Production Credit Associations in this' district while Mrs. Harper shopped. The Rev. Floyd Brower, pastor of the Methodist Church of this city was called to 'St. Louis Wed-" nesday by Bishop J, C. Broomfield up attend a conference of pastors and church executives. He drove to Poplar Bluff following the Kiwanis meeting and boarded a train from there for St. Louis. He expects to return home Thursday. Mrs. Mable Pierson and son, Don, former residents of Caruthersville are here 'this week visiting with friends. Don graduated from the local high school last spring. M. D. Amburgey, county extenr sion agent, ,E.B. Hope, assistant county extension agentrand Miss Merdell Barnett, county home demonstration agent are in Columbia, Mo., this week to.> attend the annual conference of" extension workers. The conference is being held at the College of Agriculture afc Missouri University! v .Mi's. Leon Flippen and daughter,^'Estelle, Mrs. P. -O. Davis and daughter, Mrs. Leon Crawford, were in Memphis. Tuesday. ...•;• Mr. fnd Mrs! "W. P.- Robertson Jr. left Monday for -Rlchlnond, Mp., \vhere i they will spend several days -yi^iting-^her,.parents, Mr. and: Fred This gadget may be that famed ."better mouse-trap" that will cause the world to beat'a path to the door; of inventor Frank Fo.d. who is pictured demonstrating it . in Lo^ Angeles. Lured up runway into barred death chamber, Mr. Mouse trips a switch which makes two pincers seize him by the neckwhile an 8000-volt current electrocutes him. ,- :rson, of ; .Mrsi Lettie' PIE CHERRIES KRQGO MILK 3 lha. HBGK Country Club 6 Small or 3 Tall CRANBERRY SAUCE '••••••HBi MIRACLE \YH1P SALAD PRESSING, Q t . SUGAR 2 1-lb. Boxes ),- Havapine, Flat Tin, C Crushed or Sliced v R/GHT NEW LOW PRICE ON KROGER'S HOT-DAT ED COFFEE! Ib. 3 Ibs. :..-. Drench Ib. 20c at the roaster to guarantee freshness! French Brand Coffee..Ib. OOc Quality Chocolates 5 lb. box Miniature Chocolates, 5 Ihs. 12 \\i\\ 0/s. Can Onl DRESSING COCKTAIL BUTTER M^eeley of r this 1 city',-'who is in coma, Wash!, stationed -there with che United States Army Air Corps, is in the hospital with influenza! Mrs. George R. Cbrmack, Mrs. Herbert Spalding- and Mrs. Hillary Lee spent : Tuesday in Blytheville chopping. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Shepard are leaving next"week"for~Los 'Angeles, Calif., where -they will spend" a .nonth-visiting, with their son and .iis wife, the .Rev--and Mrs. Clyde ohepard of Los Angeles. B. O. Bennett' of Little Rock, Ark.', spent Tuesday night here hi he home of his daughter, Mrs. Iraold S. Jones. at the club house to which all members are invited. ' ' * * * Install Officers _ At Christinas Party .i':?;Officers of .the- Yarbro Home Demonstration .club..were installed at the Christmas party Tuesday aftefnooh at the',: home oL. Mrs. .JD^.j..Little/.Mrs. EJza Wheeler and. Mrs. George Bunch were hostesses. '' Mrs. Wheeler_ is the new presi-^ dent of the group while Mrs. Let' gtiles was installed as vice president and MJ'S. Little as secretary- treasurer and reporter. Thirty- members and one visitor Mrs. J. L. Shepard',' were presen for the party. Santa-Glaus and hi. 're.indeer arranged "on the mante :e.- lighted by electric' .candles Demonstration Club News Notes or Brown lib. Pkg., 2 for ire New Members Mrs. Clyde Lloyd. Mrs. Will Wheat and Mrs. Reedy Blanken- sliip arc new. members of the Shady Lane Home Demonstration club which met in the home of Mrs. B. C. Hall Wednesday. Ten members heard the following program" presided over by Mrs. Vance Nixon: devotional. Mrs. A. J. Smart: group singing; poem, Mrs. Dixon; discussion of mattress making; planning of the county council meeting; demonstration of Christmas novelties, Mrs. TV" T Campbell and Mrs. A. J- Smart. After the installation of officers, the club presented a gift to the retiring president. Miss Scott. The hostess; assisted by Mrs. Campbell, served a plate lunch at the conclusion of the business hour. The next meeting will be an all day meeting in. the home of Mrs. A. Scott Wednesday. Officers Are Installed Officers of the Flat Lake Home Demonstration club were installec at, a meeting Tuesday afternoor at the club house. Mrs. C. L. Abbot; was a guest. Christinas carols were .sung and the program was arranged in keeping with the holiday. Mrs. W. A, Coalter. vice president, read the poem for the month. The Christmas story from the Book of Luke was used for the devotional by Mrs. C. M. Abbott During the business session. plans were made for the club to participate in the county wide mattress making project on a larger scale for the next year. School lunches and their relation lo the child's health through the winter months was the subject of a round table discussion. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Essie Davis, Mrs. J. W. Richardson and Mrs. c. M. Abbott. The club will have its aimua. ' Christmas party Friday, Dec. 20 ,. . "Wreaths in every window' and Jighted Christmas tree "bearin gifts, for all present completed-f",. decorations. The.meeting was opened \vit", the : ... ; playing of Christmas caroL Each-member answered roll ca by telling of an unfortunate famil they plan to help during the holi days.--Mrs. Wheeler gave a readnv "To Santa Glaus from YOUR America." A devotional by Mr. Albert Walters "-was -followed,, wit the story or". "The' Wise Star", b Mrs. A.- R. Chapnum. Mrs. Dav Abbott gave the' Christmas Me;. sngc and Mrs. Little read a ppei. on -"Holly and Mistletoe." Miss Cora Lee Coleman, count I home demonstration agent, dL cussed Red Cross sewing. W. P.-.2 lunches, and how to make thi Chrif-tmas a Cotton Christmas b. iving"-cotton gifts. 'A:'..dessert course was served b the hostess. Later Mrs. Earnet French, retiring president, ' an Mrs. Little were both showerc with gifts. The next meeting will be in th home of-Mrs. Paul Byrum Tuesday Jan. 14. LIBERTY CASH GROCERS *.'.'•' * " • ' Abraham Lincoln Walked Eight Milex to Return Two Cents. You Can Save Mam/ Times as Much iii One Walk to Our Storv * • s . Prices Good For Friday & Saturday Pride Illinois Corn No. 303 Tip Libby's Catsup 14 oz. Bottle 12Sc Dole's Pineapple JUICE •Iti oz. Tin 21c Maxwell House, Canova, Jack Sprat or Louzianne, Ib. Chase & Sanborn Ib. 19C Dressipg ot. ^P - DCAC • LHO Stqkely Tast Kind Tender No. 303 Tin LIBBY^ PEARS ^f 20 CRANBERRY Q/Spray/OanlZ^ •••••••••••^^^^^^^•^•^^^•••••••••••••^••••••••MHHMHIWi^HMMAiMMaM^- -^i I IDDV 7 C FHUIT COCKTAIL Oll< LIDDI O No. 2V 2 Can ,iV WESSON OIL uuar Pint .; 2ic SUNSHINE CRACKERS 1 Ib. Box 16 GRAPE JUICE Fcedo o m t 23 ROYAL GELATINE,, 14 QUAKER OATS Pkg, 8 PINEAPPLE Rosedale Vi lb. Tin 11 No. 303 Can 5 SUNSHINE Cocktail Crackers OOc Box 23 K. C. Steaks Top Quality Round or Loin Lb. 29c Plan Christmas Party A.; Christmas party to be give: in -the community house Wednesda was discussed at the meeting c the Dell Home Demonstratio club Friday afternoon when Mr. J. M. Stevens and Mrs. J. M. Ros were .hostesses. ' Epr. the Christmas party, ead woman will invite her husbanc. Gifts will be presented at the party The, meeting \vas opened b. group singing of "God Bles. \merica." Mrs. M. W. Lewis gavi ,hc scripture reading after whici Vlrs. Ross led the nine member. n prayer: A salad plate with fruit cake inci hot chocolate was served by -.Hostesses. Cudahy's Puritan Tenderized, lb. Beef Roast K, C. Top . Quality HENS Plump, Young and Fat Ib, 25 Country Stvle "f C< ib. W SMOKED JOWLS ,„„ m MINCE MEAT Ib. 15 OYSTERS Extra Select Pint 35 Chuck or Thick Rib, Ib. Yeilo>\- and Fat Ib. 35 LIVER LITTLE PIG Ib. SALT JOWLS First Cut lb. OLEOMARGARINE 13 Courier News want atis. Grondma's Home Made Recipe Checks Constipation Quickly Kqr a hundred years or more, grandmothers everywhere have checked constipation with a simple reniedy consisting of prunes and senna leaves. It always yprked. It v.as sure, safe, tasty and effective; Today that formula has heen improved and is sold under the trade name of PR UN LAX, with: all ingredients properly blended to-produce the finest system tonic; and laxative for aggravated constipation. .' Prune Juice, Cascara and Sewa effectively blended to curb conTtt-' pation. and the attendant ill effects euch'as stomach pains, biliousness, heart burns, bloalcdness and dizzy spells. ' If it-does not do as we say, take it back and get your money 'once you have tried PRUNLAX, it will ahvays be your choice. '• J Kirby Bros. Drug Co. Texas Pink, Each 5c Seedless ]\Ied. Each 2c York II). 5c Ikhs. CARROTS Bunch 5 APPLES DELICIOUS ?> For 5 POTATOES RED 10 lh. Sack 17 TANGERINES Do/. 15 Oranges 11 15 FHUIT CAKE Ib. 39 CANDY All Kinds Assorted NUTS & FRUIT CAKE INGR6DIENTM MARSKMALLOWS • 12 DATES 1 '/7 11). 25 ScFlour Miss Liberty 2 Ib. Box l£c

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