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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 31, 1933
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no BLYTlEVnJJB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1933 .Social Calendar WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Current Events rlub, Mrs. Farns- j'orth Slack hostess, 7:30 P. M. _ Antique display First Presbyter- Ian church, soclsl room, In afternoon, followed by wattle supper end program. Executive board Sudbury P. T. A. meeting, 2:30 p.m. regular meeting, 3 p.m. »lptil»n Fin i; Arts club, Hotel KoMe, »:30 A. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursdsy Luncheon club, Mrs. J. A. Leech, hostess. Mrs. Cecil Shafie hiving Mid- Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract club, Mrs. taker Wilson, hostess. Thursday Rook club, Mrs. Ctias P. Wood, hostess. Church of Christ Bible sludy, Mrs J. A. Taylor, hostess. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ladies Bible class of First Mel- odist church, Mrs, Lee Armstrong hostess at Herman Rimer home. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Benefit Bridge and Rook parly Woman's club, 2:30 P. M. The banquet planned by Ihe Opel Door Sunday school class of th First Method, 1st church for tl« Rev a'h'd-Mrs'.-p. '•£. Rorle, has been post ponei until next- «wk. The exac date will 1* anfwuhoed, Bunda morriliig al-trtt 8uh4ay scliool hou • ' •' " mpsf s ''Into the long ago wil Bib of Nttts Mostly Personal Care Enables Declarer to Make Doubled Contract be obtained by those who alien the antique'' lea nY'lhe First Pres by IcriaiY 'church roclal i-oom lomor row a'tternoon which will be fol lowed by ft wattle supper and pro gram in which the same idea wi bo carried put. Antiques ^and old quilts, loanec for this occasion by families In th city who boast such possessions, \vl be on display. Tea will be serve by Mmes~ James H. Bell, J. H. Doyle Bill Dolan arid Harrhan Taylor wh will wear colonial! gowns. Assisting ' them vill be Betty, Miner* and Alice Baliba, Elaine Anderson, Betty and Minnie L« Lef gert, Betty Jean E«sl'ey and Delia IFay SyVcs. d'ress- „. ed as negro "rnam'mfts" of Civil . War days. 'A silver ofjc'rlng will be taken. .The display will be shown' thni- out the afternoon, beginning at 2:30 o'clock, and at six o'clock those who attend the wtffVe supper, which is to be 25 cents, may also view tire antiques. Thc program will be in keeping with thc colonial theme with appropriate costumes worn by all who participate. A quartet of Mrs. Bd- Bar Crihrleld. Mrs. Charles Bright Ross Stevens- and Roy Walton will sing old fashioned songs; Mrs. P. B, Joynor will play a 'piano number Martha Robbins of Slide will read "The Sweet Pea," Ma'fjorle Stevens and Miss Leone Callicotl will plai • piano numbers and a minuet wil' be given by Bclty Lou Kramer Mary Jean Afniclc and Anita Pa\ Beck. . ' County Methodist • tta(r»m Et«l ; Officers of the Mississippi Coun ly Epworth Icagxic union, clcctei in h meeting at thc Lake Strce MpUiodist church, are: Otis Roucl was 'elected 'president; Miss Clarlr 'Liltle, vice presidci^ Miss Mag Ric' Belle Mortis, Osccola. secrc tary; Miss Mildred' Jarretl, trea urcr. . '. The meeting held Sunday after noon, was 'attended by 70 youn people From throughout thc coun •"ty-:. The officers were installed 1 L E. Tull in a business session ! which It was decided to haVc ne: month's meeting at bell with th Lake Street church laegne charge of the program. The leagues of thc First Met: odist church here presented I' program after which there was social hour. Plans were made for attcndii Ihe annual social, held al Osccola last evening. Thirty members of the Lake street league attended. Mrs. J. p. I/mil nml Dr. Edna lies returned Sunday ntglu from il:elbyv!lle, Mo., where Ihcy spent week. Dr. Nlcs having been call d there by the death of her nc- hcw. Elbert Huffman spent Sunday in Itrmphls with friends. Mmes. W. D. Chambiin jr., Prank Hlghfill, II. Highftll ' and M. A. ssacs spent yeslcrday in McinphU. J. P. Allison and daughter, Miss Millie, have returned from Mcm- )hls where they lave been siicnd- nj thc past week as guests of Mr. Allt'.on's daughter, Mrs. C. J, Plccl- wocd. and family who have rccent- y moved (here from Jackson, Miss. Mrs. J. T. Ashley of Shawnec Is visiting her son, C rover Ashley, and 'nmlly. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spcise ol sceola were guests ol Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Williams yesterday. Mmcii. Bancroft Terry and Chas. CrlBger Jr., s])cnt Saturday In Memphis. Lloyd Adcock. principal of the Armorel school, ML'iscs liob Williams and Clarice Kennedy and Mmc.v Alice Wom'ack and Bcrnlcc Martin, members of t)ie Armorel school faculty, attended the district meeting at Jonesboro Saturday. Mrs. Bill Ingram Is 111 from ma- larir. fever. R. E. L;c Wilson, of Wilson, attended to business In Armorel lo- day. Tnilay's Contract Problem Wlini IH tin 1 correct MililInK In (ho follnuliii; liiinil? Suii- lnif-r 1 you arrive nl a contract ot five chilis—rlKlu or wrong — unil yi)L> gel a diamond o] filing, lies*' should you play llic h;i:nl lo ninkc conlracl? 4k K 10 S V 10 1 5 $ A 6 4 JS.106J? Solution to Previous Contract Problem J. Mell Brooks aixl Mike Simon. accompanied by S. Cavlness of Memphis, have returned Irom Pay- cttevllle, Ark., where [hey ntten'd- ed the Homecoming at the slain university whrc Jlmmic Ixw Brooks Is a student. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert While and baby, of Urbana, III., will be overnight guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Floyd hits and family. Mr. White, who wllh thc extension department the Unlverslly ot Illinois, Is a other of Floyd White. Mrs. W. L. Homer nnd son Jack nvo gone to Wheatlcy, Ark., where ack will visit relatives while Mrs. irncr is in Memphis with ah aunt ho will undergo an opcrnlion nl IR Baptist liospital. • Mrs. A. Conway Is spending to- ay In Memphis. MVs. R. H. Bennell and son, Ray- icnd, went lo Mcmplils loday to c guests of Mrs. ncnncll's parents,' lr. and Mre. Kllnke. Mr. Bennett ill Join Ihem later before llicy go' - Tcnii.. to make Iheir ¥«J 9 : $ 10 2 K8 C < *" V A US.:; 4 A 9 6 # AQ7 a niililier Bridge—None Viil, Opening load—4 2. South West North Kiisl Pdas 1* 24 Pass Pass Pass 1 N. T. 3 A Patm Pass Douliln Steele . Society •— Personal Sues Film Firm For $1,000,000 ,nd Mr. Turpln trumped with the Ive of spudes. He then took two rounds of ,pades and led tha king of diamonds. East refused to win the Irst round, bu'. South continued vllli the quern of diamonds and Eist won with thc ace. He exiled Uth the nine qf diamonds, North viivnlng Ihe trick with Ihe. }&ck. Mr. Tilrpln- then led the queen pi spades and East was up agajnst ) bad .'discard. ' it he dropped a '.curt, declarer would set the fourth heatt, while, It-he.let,gn tho-q'ueen of clubs; ,Ihe-declarer wild lead the eight frbii dummy, which would forte feast's ace .and the Ling would: be -set far a: needed discard—'n neat squeeze play. And KY WM. K. McKKNNEY p<rclur>-, American Bridie Ixi Toddy's hnud recently was sent to me by my friend, John b. Tuviiln ot Indianapolis. He had j:l»yed II in a now bridge club recently organize! by him In lllut city. Careless play would have lost the conlracl lor the declarer, but Mr. Tnrpln Is no careless player.'; The Play Mr. Turpln v/ns in thc south', West opened llic Jack of clubs arm Hie declarer was careful not to put ihe king on Ivom dummy. .West conthuied with llic Icn of clubs, j his contract of four-odd doubled. Again thc king refused'to go up, I (Copyright, 193:1, NBA 'Service, Tnc'i \nnouncf. Friends here were greatly sur- irlsed to receive announcements of ,hr marriage June 29, 1932, of Miss Lclllu l)odd to Mr. Lee Edward Pfcffer. The. ceremony was jx:r fonncd at Blytlicville, Ark., by a Justice of thc peace. , Friends had understood that Miss Uodd and Mr. Pfcffer were engaged, and their early manlagc was expected, but so perfectly had they kepi Ihelr secret lliat none suspected llicy actually were married 1C months ago. Mrs. Proffer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Houston Dodil, who moved from Slccle to Denlon two years ago. She atlcndcd high school here ami was prominent In athletics. Mrs. Pfelfer Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Minard Proffer of Mlcola. lie is a graduate of Stcele high school and attended Jonesboro A. and M. college. They win mane ineir home near Steelc. » * * McClard-WalkCT Miss Elvia Walker became thc bride of My. Charles McClard on October 21 at'Cape Girardeau. The Rex. Mr. Owen performed thc ring ceremony. • • The bride-Is thc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker, farm owners of near •Huffman. Ark. She is SISTER I MARYS LKITCHEN ilenly of milk and cream \villi ( •cut child's cereal, you may be as- ' ured lhat this diet is not lacking. n the essentials ol nutrition. Use a variety of cereals. The amc breakfast morning after mur-' ling soon becomes unpopular But • during cold weather there is no danger of deterioration and a dlf- l lerent cereal can be served every Horning at no extra expense. Well cooked cereal served with plenty of. rich milk contributes many calories of high nutritive value as well as ash constituents and vitamins' to a child's daily dietary. BREAKFAST: Baked apples '' with rolled oats and cream, -' crisp broiled bacon, oven least] ' milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Tomalo soup, croulons, open collage cheese ' sandwich chocolate cup cakes, • milk, tea. DINNER: Meat loaf witli rice ' border, spinach with lemon > butter, nidcr salad. spked ., prune pudding, fnilk, coffee. BY SISTKK MARY NKA Service WriUr Many a mother faces the prob- cin of supplying an adequate and wholesome diet from limited resources. When every penny of the ood-dollar must provide maximum lourlshmciU. no better Investmen can be made lhan In the yraii jroducls. Cereals—whole grained or refin ed, rolled, cracked, granulated puffed," "flaked," ready-to-serv ind pre-cooked—are offered In in finite wealth of grain products 1 not only the most economical fooc available, but for the majority o persons the most nutritious. Cereals Rich in Calorits Extended investigations In diet- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thomas and ary plans liave shown that cereal. children went to Memphis Sunday: foods costing "only 17 per cent of j Ein >° R°e Is slowly Improving, tlic total expenditure for food, fur- j Misses Louise and Eva Ruth Gun-' nished 40 per cent of the fuel val- ' tor visited Miss V. c. Bpraylx>rry ue. 25 per cent of the protein and Saturday night and Sunday. \ . 18 per cent of the phosphorous, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Whittle and! * compounds." Dr. Waller H. Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. H6mer Spraylxrry ' In commenting on the value of'drove over to Dell Sunday allcr- Dogtvood Items a graduate-of Cooler high school and attended the stale. teachers college at Cape Uirardcau. She wns Cuargtns Uial the sun Bathe «ha waa required to toko lo Africa as the "while goddess" o! the film "Trader Horn" wrecked be* healtli, Edwlna Booth (abote) filed suit agaiuet Aloiro-Uoldwyni Mayer cor'poratioo In New York lor ll,uuu ; '.'VO daraasea. cereals says: "Children arc busy engines requiring much fuol food." Since cereals are relatively cheap and rich in calorics .which furnish "fuel," they "may provide a means of lowering living costs, and at the same -time-; actually Improve Swartz Rose also points diets. 1 Mary Vera . Scrattc and Pinley Carson were married Saturday. Quinon Sprayberry has gone to tlit C. C. C. camp at Dover, Ark. Members Sf the Sunday schoal Bible class *|nd teachers enjoyed a party given by Mrs. Homer Sprayberry and Mrs. Ira Koonce Tliurs- Spence. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McBride they spent the week, end in Tennessee with relatives. J. H. Workman fell last Friday night and broke his right leg six inches above the ankle. He was to thc Blytheville hospital. out that:"a study or-the 'dietaries day night. Winners in contests were Mrs. Ttielmer !,ane, Mrs. Ruth Craig, and Mrs. Homer Sprayberry.' There will be a box supper ul Dogwood school Thursday n!ghi; November 2. Everyone • is invited. And Mr'.Turpln,'.by. employing !:ls Inlerc-.-.Ung -squeeze, liad made cllls . « member of Hie Cooler school but . wns cx|)retcrt to rctl , m home faculty. Mr. -McClard, whose par- Osceola Society — Personal Bartlclt, ome. iR Mary Spain Usrey Is ill at cr liomc on Wqjt ^!nln slrccl from n abscess" on her face. Mr. slid Mrs. Crawford Greene ro movlus lo Ihe residence for- trly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. R. H. nennelt on soulh Tcnlli street. Mrs. H. H. Houchins is In Little 'ock for n visit wilh her parents. >Ir. and Mrs. F. n. Underwood. Luxora Sociely — Personal The William Strong chapter Hie D. A. R. will hold Us November mccllnf! here Friday, 'flic members will be entertained with a luncheon «t 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. W. Edrington, with Mrs. W. J. Driver as co-hoslcss. Plans will be perfected for'.the benefit bridge luncheon to be given In the Georgian room at the pea- body hotel, Memphis, November 10. The Hallowe'en festival wns celebrated over lhc week-end by the leen age group with several delightful parlies Including an informal dance Saturday night when Major and Mrs, F. P. Jacobs entertained at Wlndovcr Terrace for their son Fred, home for thc week-end from Memphis where he attends Central hifli school. About twenty couples enjoyed the evening of dancing which was followed by a delicious buffet supper and a display ot fire works. The guests included Eleanor Warren ol today. Miss Helen Tavlor hostess to n f ° -, also attend- at ^'unl^r-i^ '"id-week cinb <"«• «™ Snesls , at a bunco parly last week. High was -a mem- Friday evening by, stewards ot the church. : Presiding Elder Sam B. Wiggins of Johesboro was a guest at the supper, which was attended by 11 of the stewards. * • • •Julia Craig, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McVeigh Craig of Osceola, is enjoying the social season 1: Nashville, Tern,., where, with hci mother, she is spending the winter with her uncle, Mod Ransom, at his home on Lynwood Boulevard. Mr. laiisom entertained for Julia with dinner parly Friday night. Guesls •ere drawn from the season's de- utsntcs Mrs. Godfrey White and small aughter, Anne Coriway, accorh- >anled by Mrs. H. H. Hoitchlns o; ilythevlllc arc in Little Rock for 1 few days vhit. They accompan- m\ Mrs.'White's sister-in-law, Mrs. iqorgc Adams, home after a week's islt here. R. S. Wilson jr., C. B. Driver and James Driver attended thc foot- mll game iu FayetlcvUlc Saturday. They ilcw over' In Mr. Wilson's plane, returning. Sunday. Miss Nan Frances Warren of Tyronza wns (he week-end gucstuof Miss Catherine. Harwell while her younger sister, Eleanor, visited Ma- ffi -of «h ^oo7» 'at -re club prU, „, awarded Mrs Coaler in 1930 and 1931. Among those frorh Steele who attended the wedding were Misses and Louise McAdams and i' R. C. Sleelc jr. and (he loiv score prize to Miss Josephine Holly. The guest prize went to Miss Patty Mrs. Elizabeth Siliernian lefl Snllirday morning for Nashville, Tcnn., where she was railed because of the crlllcal illness of her aunt. Miss Sudlc Williams. Mrs. Tom Ballcw, Miss Maxinc Halstcad, Messrs. T. u. Wilkins ind R. W. Nichols attended the teachers' meeting Saturday. at Jonesboro Hayti Society — Personal E. H. Bcsan had as his RUcsLs Friday. Eugene Smith. W. T. Hammock, and A. J. Russell of LHtlc Rock. Miss Eioise Buntyn ol Memphis spent the week-end here ns the guest of relatives. Mrs. List Krt- mouson of Louise, Miss., and Mrs. Ray Shelton. of lieUrani. arrived this afternoon. Mrs. Edmiston is thc guest of h6r sister. Mrs. Elliolt Williams nad Mrs. Sliellon Is tlic §uesl of Mrs. J. N. Hun!. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wunderlich and children. Alviil Jr., and Hetty, spent Sunday in Memphis. Charles Scott. Mrs. Wundcrllch's fattier and J. W. Seaton returned wilh them. Tyronza, house guest of Mary Elizabeth Ballouc. and Mary Catherine phlpp-3 of Memphis, who visited Virginia Cromcr, mid the lol lowing guests drove up trom Memphis for Hie party: U. Ci. Ramsey Beunic McMahan, David Aliens worth. Roberta Smilltvlck, Billle Barnes. James Watson, Nina Less ly, Edward Sledge, Jeanne Johnson Pied and Sarah Boothc. « . -. The Rev. Eli Myers, pastor ol th Csccola Methodist church, who i retiring from thc ministry after 4 years of service, was the guest o honor at a supper parly tendered ml Mrs. McClard will make their home in Cape Oirardeau. Mr. McClard Li Instructor in science and athletic coach at Dexter high school. » * * Woman's Club Elects The Steele Woman's club has elected the following officers for thc coming year: Mrs. A. D. Abc'r- natliy, president: Mrs. Zcb .Reno, secretary; Mrs. Jce Burns/ 'child development: Mrs. S. B. Mj'rfint, reporter:- Mrs.- John Story, game and song leader; Mrs. B. P. Melton, program chairman. ~ All members arc urged to al- tend the meeting to be held Thursday afternoon of this week at Ihc home of Mrs. Abcrnathy. of several -groups of children, all having, an excellent supply of milk and.:rjone being very low in vegetables;' has shown that the com--dietary defect is shorlage t tofal-'calorles,"sometimes through very limited. intake of cereal ootis.. In'addition to their hieh fuel nd energy value, mineral sails nd.vitamins A and R are present i whole grained cereals. Balancing Cereal Diet Further experments- have -made !ear the importance 'of thc;sup- lemc'n'ta'ry foods n.a'hgh cereal let. The- clioice of -other foods iust be correct to make the en- .vc ' diet balaiiced and adequate. Iilk' contains most of the factors lissing in cereals, so if-you serve '^» here this week. Mrs. Alma Grlssoin and daghter accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Hntclnnson and son Jack of Canithcrsville. spent Saturday In Memphis shopping and visiting friends. Dave Crockett, Edwin Dfl£5, R J. Earl, and At her Earl left Thursday to enroll in the C.C.C. at Jel ferson Barracks. ' Rev. nnd Mrs. W. H. DOM lef Thursday for their new home a Campbell. Mrs. -M. ahainberp is able to el up after two days illness. ry Eteftbetli Ballouc. (Inns Hell Tricycle RAYMOND, N. H. (UP)—Bcr- hr.fd Ycalon is the owner of an Lid l ;trlcycle" Ljujgy, built hy Alexander Graham Bell, inventor ol telephone. 666 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and son Dillie returned Friday lo ,„ sMt , convcntlon , lerc their home in Memphis aflcr visit- , chalwc(] ils nnme to the C oi Drvs Changed Party LAPEEB, Mich. (UP) -Wilh pro il a virtual certainl; ibilion Parly of Michiga recent i hibilion rcwal Thompson | lhc p roh | bufo Judge on Bench at 'SO ° 'i WARE. Mass. (UP); — Dislricl Judge Henry C. Davis,,90y still occupies the benth to 'which -he was appointed in 19D3. . ' ' .G. G. Caudill General Insnrince 106 N. Broadway Phone 797 iig relatives here for two weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Hudgins and Buddy nnd Miss Gertrude Hudgins of CaruUicr.sville accompanied them to Memphis to shop. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kellcy awl ; Jack Hamby spent Friday in Jet- ; p al -|,y ' ferson Cily. Ingredients of Vicks Pun! E. Milbrancll of Joiner. Ark arrived here Friday for a vlsil; wilh mis mother, Mrs. L. c.! i VapoRub in Convenient Candy Form VICKS COUGH DROP Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops Checks Malari* in 3 da;*, Cokh first day, Head-idles or Neuralgia in ft) minutes. Fine Laxative nnri Tonic Most Sturdy Remedies Known Gentlemen be treated! Miss -Louise Morgan ol Marion, Ark., is here this *eck visiting friends.' Mr. irid Mrs. W. N. Rankin and children and -their houscgucst, Mr. Rsnkln's sister,.-Miss Lois RanWn. of Bcston, Miss., spent Sunday at Round Springs. Park and Big Sprin; P«rk nest V»n Buren. Mrs. Herbert Milsap and Mrs. P, C.' Larson spent Monday In Hun- man, Ark, .visUUig" friends and at- tendlng' business? Mir." •arid.'Mha. -H.. H. Ncely Senith jrerc g\ies?s ot Mr. and Mrs P. X. Shiimacher Sunday. ' ' John Wil Its, who has been em ployed -»t , Caruthersville, is .now . cashier.lit.,ttie-Frisco station her *ife»uu^*uM»t>, who is employe* at Huffmty;-Ark., speht the week end'htre vWUriit ru> wife and son and .other.'relitlyes.. Notes Admitted to-Hie mylhe'vilK hw pl!i\: J4ri« - Hqllipeter. • citi' Charles Hcbon»M.-"city/ Dismissed / Cecil Howard, Htv. ind' Mrs. liar ,mon Ooodsen, Manila. • Now ye« cin sritify your tutt (ot Ant »ho»i without qu«tionirr9 th« cort. Puxico News Church services al Number Nnfc asl week were well altcndcd. There nre scx-ral conversions. Thcltna Grear sp:nl Saturday night wilh Leora Pritchard. Mrs. G. J. Whittle spent Sunday wilh Mrs. O. D. Rhoadcs ol KU- dec . Lucille Miller is ill wilh chill.;. .Ixior.-i Prlchard is spending tins week wilh Thelma Grear ot Number "-Sine. Read Courier ifcws NVnnt Ads. NASAL IRRITATION jfcvlfeve M Jn hrlttillon by . .ind\ 8 MENTHOLATUM SHOES -New Mead Clothing Co. TRY THE P E N C I L T E S T Watch! Don't Be Flint Flammed on Price or Weight! LIBERTY CASH CROCKS An Itemized Cash Register Slip With Each Purchase Specials for Wednesday - Thursday FRESH CORN, Per Ear IVfec COFFEE, Sunny Brook. Pound 25t CHEESE, Wisconsin No. 1. Lb. I5c Personal Appearance Art uncompromising mirror oj character tlic business as well :t.; thc social world generally judges you by your personal a P pcnr a n c <*. Hence it is unwise k> appear iiny way b u I your best. We in tlic cleaning business li.ave personal appearance IA: sell . . . Not simply a deaninj; s e r vice. We must mi'.ke you appear well dressed if \vc ac- complisli our job, and to this oiiil onr efforts arc directed. Trust Barnes to give you quality cleaning. Sioddard Solvent Is Kind lo Your Clothes NuWa Cleaners Phone 180 24 Pound Sack 35c TURNIPS - RUTABAGAS or New. lb 2 ORANGES, New Florida. Juicy Z50 Size Doz. 19c BANANAS, Nice, Yellow. Large. Lb. 5c SORGHUM, New Tennessee. Gallon 50c BACON, Fancy. Sliced Evcrgood or Moricll's Lb. 12y 2 c PURE LARD, No Limit. Lb. 7c PALM OLIVE SOAP, 3 for 20c FRESH COCOANUT, In Bulk. Lb. 25c ' YORK APPLES, Fresh. Pound 3'/ 2 c SALT MEAT, I lest Grade Slreak-O-Lcan Lb. RED POTATOES, Fancy. Pound ONIONS, Red or Yellow. Pound SUGAR, Granulated. 10 Pounds STEAKjS, Round or Loin. Lb. 15c BUTTER, American Maid, Pound 22c HOMINY, Van Camp 14 Limit) No. 2% Can «c PORK SHOULDERS, % or whole. lb. 8c CRACKERS, Economy. l-th. Box 15c 4-I.b. Box 24c PEACHES, Hill Crest No. 2y a Can 12y 2 c PORK STEAK, Nice and Lean. Lb. 12V 2 c SALAD DRESSING, % Pint Jar HEINZ SOUPS, Medium Can. 3 for' gjjg PICNIC HAMS, Lb. lOc LARD 3 lb crtn 21c[ SALT, Lb. l%c PUMPKIN, Happy Vale. No. 2 1 / 2 ' can 10c \ I

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