The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 19, 1940
Page 2
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PAGE TWO «LYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS KROGER PIGGLY WIGGLY |g^ ACC'IPff TMIf AMAZtftft •UAlANTII K^rc^;4 *«r •<*•' bf»»d •>* Mil •( tli. MM, , ttw . „, ir <j lM< ., ^ it Prices Gobid Friday, Dec. 20, Through Tuesday, Dec.-24. Open 'till 9 O'clock 25c Fancy Hen Turkeys •••^••|HB>HMHM|^H^BM^HBHHBHMHM^m^BHHM^HHBBH|«H|^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^ 4-Point Blue Ribbon, "The fth e st that money can buy' Ib. Country Christmas Wrapped Whole or Half, Ib. ippH Rar nn No> 1 Qualif y 17V ItCU DdUIII A Real Value, Ib. 11 zC ME DRESSED DUCKS and FlfiCY LONG ISUKD DUCKS Medium Size ';. 23c Large Select, pt. Selected In Open 5 Lb - Ba « Quality Mesh Bags * Lb ' Ba » 29c 8 20 Lb. Bag 69c URGES Calif. Navels . S'7-e. Do-/,. , Excellent r.c 3 Quality, Bch. Tex, Seedless TO for Bakery Special GOLDEN SNOW EACH CLOCK 20 07- Loaves ISC •^BUll 29c CGWTO *Wk 5 ( PEARS Oregon Rose 5 For TEXAS GREEN CRISP CELERY SLICING TOiMATOES, BRUSSEI.LS SPROUTS. CAULIFLOWER. PEACHES^. ^"S" fw 2r CRANBERRY SAUCE Ocean Spray. 2 for. .. PINEAPPLE. No. 2 Can Sliced, 2 Cans for 25 PIE CHERRIES, Country Club No. 2 Can. Each. " 10 KROGO SHORTENING 3 Ib. Can, ONLY BUTTER C. Club, Roll, Stick OA<: Ib. 39 ANGEL FOOD LARGE 13 EGG. EA. Spotlight I Ih. FLOUR, C. Club 11 oz. Grin. lit £AH||Y CulRock 1^ i I' 5 * * i < l P' V £IH Our Mothers 1T C1 2 Ib. Box. Only 11" ^ Ravanine. Cru. or S Assorted MANILA EXTR ACT 7rtt :\ Ibs. French 37c 18 FEAigTBiinLE^IS ALL OF OtJ-R T XMAS CANT-Y A ED )N ATTRACTIVE BOXES & BAGS COMPLETE STOCK OF NUTS 4N To Attead Reunion Of Lake Lure Campers Several BlytheviUe people will go to Memphis Saturday for the "an- nuaf Tri-Stat€ reunion of girls who have spent summers at Lake Lure Camp for Girls at Lake Lure, N. c. It will be iii the form of a luncheon at the Hotel Peabody; Mrs. A. D; Warner, director of the camp; and Mr. Warner, will be among the: guests who 1 are expected, A number of counsellors from states outside the Tri-State group are planning to attend. Those from here who' will go are: Sara Lou McCutchen, Nancy ,Ann Hughes. Betty Phillips. Mary Frances Nunn, Mary Jean Afflick, all campers or former earners, Mrs. Charles G. Morehead' and Miss Nannie Clarke Smith, coun- sellors,, and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. Fryers GRAPE JUIC .Country Club, pt. 15c, qL CHERRSE5 ^ ?£ ALK. L'tonia Club Cc Bottle, plus deport w Country Club -lAr 3 tail or 6 small • v CRACKERS, Wesco 2 Ih. Ro\ COCKTAIL Country Club, 2 For Country Club 12-lhs. 45c; 2.t Ibs. I Bf^C CHERRfES LfiWC !b . Qnly FR«ST CftKE2^± a 125 33 ALA9 DRESSING Embassy, Qt. Jar 23c Osr doors will be open 'til S o'clock] ; on Monday & Tuesday {or your convenience Country Club * No. 2 Can Caruthersville '—Personal Hi-Low Cliib Entertained ; Mrs-. Ora Kersey entertained: the Hi-Low Club at. the home of. Mr.s, R. L; Ward Tuesday, afternoon. Mrs: Perry Butter won the high score award, a compact,. Mi's.-Ward won the' low score prize, andi Mrs. •'Glen; Daulton- .bridgoed- to;- receive a handkerchief case. \ . At anv earlier- date a- drawing ;for names had beett made, and Tuesday Christinas gifts- were exchanged. : ' • i Later in the afternoon' a dessert course' and- coffee was served! //• : •*'**•'_ .. .••.,--; PI E: O. Christmas. Party ; -,-. -i ; Twenty members: of the .P^ : E^i0; were present Monday: afternoonfor their annual' Christmas party-which was at the. home of Mrs.. E.. c. Piei-ce' with Miss Mary Ellen; Hbr- ner as assistant hostess. Mrs. Earl Powell Jr;, ,of Camden, Ark., a ^nember of-, the organization- was here for the'party. .'- ? A regular business meeting was held and then the afternoon was turned over to Miss Nelle Lee'D'or- roh and Mrs. Jack Hopke; who were in charge of the program. A quartet composed .of Misses Nancy Ellen, Berry, Betty Jean. Tilman, Barbara; Wilks' and; Aileen Cbperman 1 sang Christmas carols and Miss DorrolY told "the .• story of the Christmas tree for the group; NTames for the. r exchanging/ of giffe .had been previously drawn- and Mrs. Jack Hopke distributed t':'.e< presents, which: had been placed: under the large Christmas treet; A^ the close of- the. program a buffet supper was enjoyed: " '\ Y. AV. A. Celebrates' Xirias ' Fourteen members of the. V. : ;/]W. A.. ,^ei"el : , present at the. hb'me^'-'bf Mrs;''j;;E: Bro^Ti, Tuesday.riight-fbr their Cluistmas -party:. ••."'. A business , meeting ./was held with Miss Dorothy 'Ann. Newsom, president, presidiiig.' The program was then turned over to Miss Imogene Luten. The group sang Christinas carols and a trio composed- op' Misses Dorothy , Ann Newsom. Evelyn; Acuff. and" Miss .Luten sang a number of .carols. " ' Miss Jane- Bennett Carlock read the Christmas' story from the second; chapter of Luke.'-'Miss Katherine Thrupp read a poem entitlecl "A Song for. Christmas" by Marjorie McMalian. Gifts were exchanged and refreshments of date nut bread open faced sandwiches, cookies, and punch were served. Pa v st Matrons Have Annual Christmas Party The annual Christmas parly of the Past. Matrons Club was held Monday evening at; the home of ' Mrs. F; H. Blbmeyer on south I Ward. There were seventeen members and three guests present, p; H. Blomeyer. Howard Cunningham and J". Thos. Markey were guests. A three course turkey dinner was served in the basement playroom which was decorated with greenery and sprays of red berries. Guests ^vere seated, at one large table and places were marked by 'miniature •santas. ! Mrs. Howard Cunningham, new president, presided during the business session. .) Gifts were distributed by Miss | Barbara Blomeyer and Mrs. H. N. 1 Arnold from under the gaily decor- ,ated tree in the sunvoom/ j The next meeting will be held in Januarv. To Make Farm-Labor Hones Available CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Dec. '19—Farm-Labor. hames for 450 qualifying, families will be made available throughout Southeast Missouri during the next few months, with the first group of homes expected to be ready foi' occupancy in February,, it was announced here Wednesday by Farm Security Administration officials. The labor-homes- will be made available to three classes of work-j ers: Families living in rural areas' without a house, in tents or! makeshift dwelling, with another' .family, or in houses unfit for' families to occupy; farm families .who have been dispossessed and arc living in above conditions, or in unsatisfactory houses or rooms in towns; and farm families or sharecropper families unable to locate farms for the coming year. Of the new units, 140 will be for| colored occupancy, and 310 for j white occupants. The colored- units will represent about three acres of ; tillable soil' per unit, with the | white units, accompanied by about I 3 VI- acres per unit. Families will | be expected to have gardens and raise and can foodstuffs to make themselves self-supporting and improve their living conditions. The' units and their locations are as follows: Wardell~80: units for colored workers; Kennett — 50 units for white workers; liilboum—60 units for colored,, and 50 units for white workers;. Wyatt^-30 units for white workers-; East Prairie—TO units for white workers; Gray Ridge — 50 units for white workers; and Morehouse—60' units : for white workers. Where: two units are in the same area, colored and white occupants j will' 1 beVsepara'ted, and negro man- 'agers will-be" provided for the colored groups. Managers of the various groups .have already been employed, but not yet assigned to specific locations, it was stated. Demonstration Club News Notes LIBERTY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1940 Plan Your Christmas Dinner in Our Store Headquarters Fruits, Candy & Nuts OPEN TILL 9 'ffCL^lTiE^NWG^UNTH^MAS 1 ^ 3 Now s your chance to treat your food budget to a holiday thrill! Canned food, meats, fresh fruits and vegetable* to make the season a merry one for family appetites. Prices for Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday trr e-Oo-X Club The members of the Re-Oo-N , Club met at Frankie's for dinner | Tuesday night and then went to \ the home of Miss Ernestine Wife 'for a bridge party. GUC.SI c>f the ,club was Miss Kay Millr.r. ! High wore prize, cologne, went, ,lo Miss Katherine Tatum. and Mrs : George K. Reeves bridgoed to n> jreive a. box of. gift, wrappings I Christmas gifts wove cxchanprd and refreshments of boiled custard and fruit cake were .served . . • ; " * * , Mrs. H. H.. Brown left Tucsdav ; ior' Houston. Texas, where .she win I visit, for a month or longer at. the ! home of her son and daughier-in- ™ M i, ai l? Mrs ' Hwvard Brown. Mrs. Floyd Barnhart has tttt influcn*. at her j Mrs. Earl Powell, Jr.. of Camdcn Ark arrived here Sunday to visii with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H |V Litsw felncr through the Christ-' •mas holidays. Mr . PowcH is peeled to arrive here Tuesday night to spend Christmas w lth Mr.s Powell and ],i s parent;,, Mr an-i Mrs. Earl Powell. Sr Plan to Move. Clubhouse Annpuncement chat' the clubhouse' has ; been 1 , paid: for was made ;and plans for moving it were clis-- cussea at the: all day meeting and 'Christmas party of the Armorel Home Demonstration club Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Howard Cald- Avell. Seventeen members and three visitors and one new member, were present for the luncheon, after which the group sang Christmas Carols. ^ • -'-[.{Blanks 'to fill out for the 'county, wide mattress ma.king- project were furnished the club members by Miss' 'Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent'. She also discussed the-making of cotton Christmas gifts. -_A lighted Christmas tree bearing Sifts for the members was the main '••.'.decoration. Miss Coleman WAS presented a handmade apron. Mrs. R. L. Adkisson won first place in the . Christmas contest.. ;-.;The next meeting will be Tuesday. Jan. 7, in the club house if it has been moved and completed by that time. Turkeys Cranberries Ib. 19c — ^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^*m Fancy Hew York Dressed, Ib, SAUCE Ocean Spray 17 o?.. Can Scout News Boys • — Girls To Help Goodfcllows '. Troop 36- of the Boy ScouUs voted at its meeting Tuesday nisht .at Lange .school to aid: the Good- fellows by collecting gifts which are being contributed for the needy. The Wolf patrol will collect toys from Division to 16th street, the Pox .patrol from isth to 21st and the Beaner patrol from 21st street to Pride addition. ..' Olin H. Cash of the gafe and fish refuge and Mike Meroney were guests at the scout meeting. Mr. •Meroney invited the boys to attend the wrestling match Monday night, A quiz program was conducted by Patrol Leader Jack Wagoner and a spelling match was held. . Some shrimps have their eyes at the ends of long stalks. -\T.OO: LATE TO CLASSIFY Head Courier News want ads. For Rent Store Building between Ash and Main Streets. Call 815. 19 ck 27 Relieves CONSTIPATED CONDITION ' Throw olf the yokr. that has kept vo-a feeling a dozen y eat8 0 )dcr than you sre. If- you reiievr or eliminate wnsUpatjon you), (rrl uk c a new person. PRUNLAX combats consti- pntfon in a Nattirni Normal way. Fhe regular ; us* of PRUNLAX for » short time will make your constipated body feel like a different person and aid materially in eliminating the poisonous wastes which Accumulate- in the system of those -ufferitig from a'R- ^raVsled. roTistipat.ion.. Your own druggist wUl tell yr, u how good it is. Kirby Bros. Drug Co. 25c •dHMMB 12k Ducks & Geese Oysters Hens Full Dressed,!b. Extra Selector Standard Pint 0«Jt pint 25c Full Dressed MIKCE MEAT Bulk Ib. 15 Ib. PEG LIVER CiidaKy's ib.. PICNIC HAM Fruit Cake 15 FRYERS Fresh Country Ib. Full Dressed Ih. PORK CHOPS 17 c ftCON Krey Rindless Sliced, Ib. BUTTER Process Creamery Ib." 35 SS Ib.. 5 Miss Liberty All Sizes, Ib. WliiESAP APPLES... 15 GRAPEFRUIT Texas Each FRESH COCOANUT Each 5 ASSORTED CAMPY ^ 10 Large DELICIOUS APPLES Lge., ;i For ALL KINDS NUTS MIRACLE WHIP at 29 Chocolate Covered f flc 1 Ih. box Libbys Fruit Cocktail ^20c Peaches t!S12Jc|Oranges 112c JT*^^-*-^——^~——-- - - ^ H - - s ^t_^B ^^^m ^^^V ^^^ j^^m^^^H^I^^HBBE ij^ ^^0f Salad Dressing ^m^^MMMUK^WMM^ -^"^ I9c fiAiSINS Seedless 2 Ib. Hair 17 SWANS DOWN CAKE Flour ROY C P1^|I|I O lif^lril o lb. Tin n 47 CLIVES Polo Queen 22 oz. .lar ROYAL GELATINE 14 Grapefruit Guaranteed 46 oz. tin Cliasc Sanborn, Ib. Blue Plate Can CHERRIES Red 5 oz. Bottle Jit r i; Ib. >t 9 SWEET ^gffufca POTATOKS a PEAIfUT BUTTER CRACKERS 2 Ib. Hox 1 01 English Walnuts, sack 20c Brazil Nuts, .sack 15s Stuart Pecans sack 29c Almond Nuts sack 25c

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