The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 1, 1933
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rwo 3LYTHEVILLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER l.JOflj ; Glwn Showtr. Members of the Lange school ! faculty entertained all intermedi- j ato teachers ol the city schools wit ha shower party Monday eve: ntng,at the home of Mrs. Jesse : Taylor for Misses Elizabeth and ! Maxine Halstcad whose home was j recently destroyed by fire. Miss i Elizabeth Hnlstcad is a teacher in the Lange school and Miss Maxine formerly taught Ui the local 'l SChOOlS. After playing bridge and other I games refreshments were scrred | and the interesting assortment of :• gifts opened. * * * i Country Club Has Ulnntr Party. , About 50 members of tlic cotin: tr>' club attended the dinner party at the new club house last cve- dlnner there was ning. After dancing. The Thanksgiving molit was used In the Jour course menu served at the ?ed covered tables scattered about the ball room. Included in the guests were H. N. Ware Jr., of Tallulah, La., Miss Eberlc Daj'gett of Marianna. houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller jr., and John R, Bowen of Minneapolis, Minn., guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kirshner. * * * Glib Studies Boob Tne -Current Events club mem- Thursday in carutlieisvlllc as the. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Orgel. W. H. S'.ovall and son, Billy, arc in Chicago for a brief stay oirbusl- ness. ' Pally Jean Gibson, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips, who has been quite UI from crlckenpox, Is slowly Improving. Mrs. Paul Toinlinson of Three Rivers, Mich., who wns formerly Miss Viola 1'ortlock of lliii city, is recovering from an appendicitis operation at her home in that city. Mrs. Percy Smith, who has been quite 111 from Influenza, Is now Improved. Miss Kilty Newman and Oliver Deads s|>ent Thursday in Memphis as guests of Miss Newman's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Unities and son, Harry, ami Max B. Reid, spent Wednesday night in Memphis. They went down to bo with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mr. Henderson is resting very well at the Baptist hospital following un o])cration (or appendicitis. Mrs. Harmon Sc-ford and the Hev. Marsh M. Caliaway are attending Luxora Society — Personal Miss Joscpi'ine Gilli.'i wns hostess to the Diiii'.U V. W. A. lit the home of Mrs. II O. WilJiiiis Monday evening. ' Mrs. John Thwealt presided over Hie meeting Mrs. K. A. Klmuroiigli coiirtiiclcd the de- vollonnl after which the following took part-on the program, the subject of \vlilcti uas "Money": Misses Nellie Hose. Kva Cooke. Anna Margofel Wood, Kva George. JCKC- phlne Gillls. Mcsclnmes John Thn-catt aii<l Spencer McHenvy. Prances Uverant, sniull daughter of Mr ,aml Mrs. A. Llverant, is II wlln pneumonia. Bubby Scott ot Memphis was the Buesl of friends and relatives here Sunday. He returned home Monday morning \vns nccompan ied by his sister, Mrs. Alvin Wun- dcrlich. Miss Annie Laurie White and Russell Cohoon Wed HOLLAND, Mo.—Miss Annie Umrlo White and Mr. Russell rjo- hoon were nulled In marrlnge Saturday at the home of Mr. Cohoon 1 ? ircnls, Mr. and Mrs. John Co con. The Rev. E. G, Stcvensoi -'[•formed the ceremony. The bride, daughter of Mr. am Irs. C. W. White of West, Miss, il for several years fu the Gib on scticol of the Slccle district ml for a year In the Hollanc chool. Mr. Cohoon Is employed a lolly's gin here. Those present at the weddln •ere Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cohooi fr. and Mrs. J. B. Morgan,' nd Mrs. W. E. Taylor and daugh er, Minnie Eli/.abcth, Mr. and Mr G. T. Colicon, Everett Mills an Charles Cohoon, The young couple will make their ionic for the present with Mr. Co- icon's parents. bers studied pf the most popular* 'books'biUIre-present "time iii^.'a meeting Wednesday evening the home of Mrs. J, Nenl Ges- when' Mrs. Chester Caldwcll WB leader. - - , •'•Mrs. \V. H. Mlnyard reviewed "Marie Antionette," a biography, to business In Llllle Hock today. Mrs. T. J. Stubbs jr., and Miss Opal Jean Hasscll spent several days last week In Memphis with Mrs. Stulfti' sister, Mrs. Walter Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller Jr. have as their houscgiicsts for the weekend Miss Eberle Daggctl of Mari- nnna, Ark. . ' . . W. Leon Smith \vcnt to Little Rock on a business trip. Miss Alice Montague, of Klplcy, Tenn.. Is the honsegucsl of Miss Alma Gulhric Altken for the holidays. Mr*. Matt Monnghui Jr.,- ' reviewed "Ida Elizabeth" by Sljtrid Undsel-, Mjs._ Howard Proctor told of "An- Utoriy Adverse' by Hervcy Allen, ajid there was an , informal discussion of "Human Being" by Christopher Morley nnd.,.gf_ Ivan Bunin, the Russian author who won the Nobel prize. .-. ';At the next meeting vMrs. Gcs- seJJ will be leader of 'a'..p'rograni'0n tfTtie New 'Russia." . '. ;C- • • • Slpore-Grirey' I-Announcement has teen made ol the; marriage of- Miss Mary Gracey, dlttghttr ,pf Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Gracey, of 'Bufdctte, to Mr. Van Moore. The wedding was scJcmn- iteA Sunday morning at the bride's Ifc&e.wlth, the5.Rcv,-.W. J. Lcfloy, pastor of the' Lake Slrcet Methodist church, reading -the ring, service. ^Sfie 'jjbride wore a wood brown ai>g tan'iougl^flrepejsjwt suit with accessories in .the' same, shades and Hornersville Society-Personal J. N. Hunt. Jew* Brown and L L. McDcarmau attended court Jonesboro Monday. Miss Maxin Brown accompanied her father and a lew days llierc tlie guest ot friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Unified let Wednesday morning for Atlanti Wiljhl-Mone. The wedding of Miss Evelyn Wright to Tolt stone, both of Holland, was solemnized Monday evening at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer PruitL of Blythevllle. Mrs. stone is the'daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. John Wright and Mr. Stone the son of Mr. and Mrs. on, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. wlss- an and Mrs. Robinson were diner guests of Mr. aixl Mrs Harry lamby of lilylhevillo. Mrs. Bertha Biggs left last eek for Los 'Angeles, Cal., where !:c will spend the winter. Mrs. Cecil Wise and Email son, Xinaid. of Walcott, Ark., arrived Saturday for a month's visit with Mrs. wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. ICIfer. Mrs. A. A. Sherwood returned .Vcdnesday morning to HayU fol- owlng a week's visit here with rel- ilives. Miss Glcnda Capehart was tlie dinner guest Sunday of Miss Mu- iwl Smltli of Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Devon, and Miss Hazel Cohcon, sludcnla of tlic teachers colleee at Cape Gi- nirciean, are siwndlng the Thanks giving holidays at home. Dave Lovell left Monday alter noon lo visit his wife and his molii er, Mrs. J. Lovell. in St. Louis. C. Powell, station ngent here, 1 visiting his wife in Kcewater, Mo. Mrs. Lorene pierce and Miss M. Sample left Wednesday 1 fi|>cnrt Thanksgiving with their par ;nls In Ca]>e Glrardeau. Basil Edwards returned Wednes day from St. Louis, where l:e Is eni ployed, to spend Thanksgiving wit his wife and daughter, Mtss Ml drcd. Tlie latter arrived Wedne day from Jonesboro where she a tends Holy Angels academy. rmcr manager of the local store. Joe Jalfco of Memphis, Tcnn.. wnl Use Thanksgiving holiday ere wilh his wife and son Edward iincan. Alice, small daughter ot Atty. nd Mrs. Houston Buckley, is 11! ith a severe attack of sore throat. Mr. and Mis. L. V. McDonald nd children. Scotlie and C'eo,j pent Thanksgiving day In Jones- [ >3ro, Ark., visiting Mrs. McDon-, Id's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. | Wufch! Don'l l?c Film Flammed on 1'ricc or Weight! Thanksgiving Baskets Distributed at Lepanto LEI'ANTO, Ark. — Thanksgiving askets, piled high with food, were Il5lribntcd to needy families iround Lepanto Thursday through Mnrguerltc Story, local Social Welfare Worker for Hie «. P. C. 1'lic baskels were given by Ihe ihrlstlan church. Methodist Sunday school classes, under the tutelage of Mrs. E. W. CotHran, and the fourth grade of Mrs. No!e Marcom. . , caviled an arm bouquet o! tiirysanthcmums. gold E. S. Langclpn, wno H here on a business trip'' from Jifs home In Amarlllo. Tex., drove to Bell Buckle, Tenn., last Friday to visit his daughter, Dorothy; who is a student -in Webb school. Accompanying htm were his nieces, Laverne and Mary Lou Langdon, and his sister, Miss Maude Lagdon. Tncy returned Monday. - ; James Burns. and Otto Cuinmlngs of -Blytlievlllc, T. M. James and T. H. Lewis of.Dewitl, Ark., .and O. Popham' and''Dalc 'Perkins of Hayti v federal ; same prolectors, were rf^^^bntjij-; to 'attend the fu- ireral' of 'Mrs. ' George "M. Rlddick. Miss'-'- Mary Cope and Chai-les Ga. They planned to attend th Georgia Tech-Duke game ther Thursday. Mr. and -Mrs. L. L. McOcarma were guests of relatives in Mem pliis Thursday. Mrs. J. N. Hunt s]>cnt Tlmr day night ar.d Friday in Meinphi She was accompanied by Mr. Hunt, who returned Thursday nlglit. Miss .Martha Hunter of Washington, D. C., will arrive Friday lo be the gucsl of her mother, Mrs. Ella Hunter, for several days. Mrs. Sidney Evans is confined lo her home with Illness. Mrs. E. R. lingan and Mrs. Della Spann shopped in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hires and daughters, Carvye Mac and Orlena, Mrs. Elizabeth sillerman and Messrs. Bob Gillespic, G. N. Brick- erliolt and It. Houck were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Ynnccy in Hiiglies Thursday. MLss Wilmolh Tennyson, accompanied by Cliarlcs Thomas, spent Thursday in Memphis. They met Miss Kalliryn Tennyson ol Vandale who will return with them to ^ucncl the weekend here. , i Mr. and Mrs. E.' R. 'jjpijaii ore" leaving Sunday for St. Louis where they will spend n few 'days! Jor.n Slonc of Bexar, Ala. Those present at tlic ceremony were the Misses Olenla and Gcr- attltne PruiU, Mrs. Novella Nunnery, Mrs. Clcll Walrtrop and Mrs. Dave Strcdes. Alesander-Snccd. Announcement, has been mnrle of the marriage of Miss Anna Mae Alc.xander of Slcctc and Stanley Snecd of Holland, which occurred Hayti Society — Personal Saturday evening with Justice of tlie Peace Max I,. Kelley of Steele officiating. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Alexander, was a member of the 1032 Steele graduating Mr. ami Mrs, make their horn Holland. Snecd will Mrs. Joe JnlTee was hostess lo the Double Four Bridge club and Miss Mildred Popham at the home of Mrs. R. D. Crawe Wednesday evening. Miss Hatttc Fern Lutes held high score and Mrs. Hugh Lewis second high. Pete SlrU-'fr. who is employed at tiarfteM, spent Thanksgiving day here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Slrleff. Misses Doris Lee Smith and Mildred Daugherty of Benlon arrived Wednesday to siXMid the Thanksgiving holidays with Miss Virginia Eaclms. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs- Premiss Holder of Blythevllle spent the weekend with Mrs. Holder's uncle, P. H. Jarratt and family. Miss Mildred Aycocb spent Sunday night in Hixora wilh her brother, Donald Aycock, and Mrs. Aycock. Mrs. Claud Gray and children of Missouri are visiting her p.uents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lloyd. Mrs. Hunter Crook left Wednesday for Red Banks, Miss., lo visit her parents, Mr. and Mis. Loury' Vick and family. Sire was ;iccom- panicd by -Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Wise of Var- bro spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Epperson. The Rev. Mr. Horn o: Manila, will fill his appointment r.ere Sunday night and Sunday moining at 11 o'clock. C. C. Cobb, W. T. Cain and Miriam McDonald speir. Sunday In Memphis. I LIBERTY I I CASH GROCERS | I Specials (or Saturday and Monday j I POST TOASTIES "' I I ROYAL GELATINE l~ I I SPAGHETTI or Corn FhtUe.s 1'ilckilKC I'illsbnry's liesl Flour 21 l.b.s SI.HI; 12 Mis. 38c-; I C Lbs. 3lc. Don'l Trust to Lurk - Use Haimu'cd l-'lour I AH flavors Fancy Uinl.s. Juit :i Keft. Full Dressed, i 20c| Liliby-'s »o. 2 isc| Or Macaroni. New Deal 7-Oz. I!ox. ;j for 4 I FLOUR f, • Jane Hbl I. or S. R. >@.SO,184'cI' MEAL BKST CUKAM — LAST CHANCE ! 96 Lbs. 31.-1!'; 2M,i)'. Sack 38c I H Nice and Fat. Strictly Fresh Pound PI fti IR M:i 1LULI11 Jane n - '"' S - K - (^oo(l) llbl. $7.75 aC-Lb. Cloth Suck - - BUTTER Sweet Clover. Guaranteed Good as the Hest. JLI). EGGS Guaranteed Fresh Dozen A surprise birthday dinner for Miss Margaret Hill, a member ol on a farm near i tlie high schcol faculty, is si>end- jing the holidays with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Ben Hill of Ilmo, Mo. -The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.?Mootc of Eva, Ala., and attended "school at Decatur, Ala., belore' a year ago. H'&. is now engaged In farming at B'urdettc.^ ..;.." '.^ ». » • Daughter'Born. ^A daughter was born last evening to Mr. and Mrs. Jamie T. Pox. The : b'aby, who weighed eight pjunds, has been named Ann. Eiittrtain Guests. - ^Jlr. and Mrs. E. M. Holt had a reunion of members of Mrs. Holt's family yesterday at their home on' Davis street. The 17 -present included Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Caldwell and children, and Mrs. Field ot. Jonesboro, and Miss Myrtle. BSraes of PorUgeville, Mo. SUve Thanksjivinf Dinner. TMr. and Mrs. O. Shonyo had as tjieir guests for Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs. o. W. Lewis and Miss Delsic Stewart. Kcnnett left Wednesday afternoon ! r " lrs - K. W. Thomas has been ill lor Fayetle lo attend the Home-''"" ..... ""' comln gat Central' college Thanksgiving day. T. B. Kinsolvlng and daughter, Mrs. Roger Manning, were in' Ken- nclt on business Tuesday. B. p. i»ar|[s, Kermit Brannum and.G. A. Quinn attended tie Scottish rite 'meeting in St. Ixiins last week. Mrs. Quinn accompanied her husband and was a guest of friends In the city. Mrs. George S. Brown is in Ca- nithcrsville this week vistltnj her ister. Mrs. Ed Judcn, and niece, Mrs. Mona Helm. Earl Pop?, D. A. Ruflin and A J. Langdon jr. have been attending circuit court in Kenr.ctt this week . Mrs. Bertha Kinsolving went to •'Miss Doric Morris, of Dell, and Carl Bdyett of this city were united: in marriage Friday. November 22; by Justice E. D. Walker. Hurst, III., last week to remain for an indefinite time with her sister Mrs. Tom Po|». who is ill. The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Mas sey and daughters Erna and Mar; Julia of Steele were here Mondaj Brother Massey assisted the I D. M. Margrave in the funcra services lor Mrs. G. M. lliddick. Clyde R. Wclman o.' St. Lou:* i licrc on business. u e is visiting his wife's mother. Mrs. R. E. Anderson. Bits of Ar Mwtly Personal Mrs. Frank Henderson C8. was giv- except one daughter. Those present were: Miss clura Henderson Mr. nt!d Mrs. Carl Allison, Jvtr and -Mrs. Joe Prank Little, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Correll and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wissman or Cape Girardeau visiled Mrs. \Viss- mtin's mother, Mrs. w. S. Robln- Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Wilson and. . D _. on, Don Albert, left cduesday eve- en Sunday at the IIOIKC of Mr. and ! ning for St. Louis to Wspend the Mrs. C. P. Jenkins. All of Mrs.! holidays. Henderson's children were present | Mrs" Dewey Moore and daughter Colleen left for SI. Mary's Mo., cdnesday to spend Thanksgiving and remain until Sundy wilh Mr. Mcoro, who is working with the Frisco. Waller Benson, manager of • the Kroger store at Martin, Tenn., spent Thanksgiving here vislling Miss Irene Warth. Mr. Benson was TOO LATF, TO CLASSIFY LOST—Ring of keys in Grabcr's store. Finder' please call 308. Icka The New Aid in PREVENTING ^Swift's \ Half or Vv'hnlo, Lb. |HAMS(£S?) Center Cuts. Lb. - - - I CRANBERRIES'"; iiilmorc. JS'ict; Kancy 'sh Stock. Lb. VlCKS HoseSThroat L DROPS COLDS 'CLEARS HEAD QUICKLY GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy CLEO ,.,,.101 SPINACH I SORGHUM Tennessee Giil'.on WESSON OIL - SncdalCombmation - 1 1'i. Wesson on, t ijuu-ii _ua> omia^e itiafti-r - ALL Tine, i'ourul .... ;i compound, Couiui lit or several days with influenza. Dr. and Mrs. Judson Klnibrougli f Jackson, Tcnn., were the guests f Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Kimbrough Thanksgiving Day. Misses Arrha Margaret Wood and Eihelyn Howard left Wednesday lor Brlnklcy. Tlicy will rclurn Sun- ay after shorl visits In Litllc Rock, Hope and Texarknna. Mr. and Mrs. John Thwealt, left Wednesday for Sedalla, Mo., to spend Thanksgiving. They will rc- 'urn by way of St. Louis. Miss Meredith Graham had as her guests Thursday Mls«s Penic ind Lucille Doan and Alice Mahana of Memphis. Alvin Wunderllch left Wednesday for Washington, D. C. He rclurn December G. Mrs. Phillip George left Tuesday for New York city where she will be the guest ot her daughter, Mrs. John Samaha. for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott ol Memphis spent Thanksgiving Day with their daughter, Mrs Alvin Wunderllch. O. 15. Winston of Cotter is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mll- flin. He was accompanied by his son. O. B. jr., v.t.o spenl Saturday night and Sunday here. Seven Local Stores Combine in Launching This $10O 9 000 SALE STARTING TODAY The Most Unusual Sales Event Ever Held in Arkansas FREE MERCHANDISE And A Hig FREK SHOW At the Rilz Theatre FRIDAY, DEC. 22nd. -f 111; in i/«>t t-^ i $750 SLEE and Mrs. J. A. Waterman and. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roc and children, ot Memphis, all of whom formerly lived here, spent yesterday In the city. The Walermans were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. I Lent! and Mr. and Mrs. E. B.' Woodson entertained Ihe Roe family:; • .Mrs. Minnie Attelson, who has been critically ill from pneumonia for two weeks, is slightly Improv- '-• . jirs. W. H. Minyard is spending I When the worries, noise, confusion, high-tension today In Memphis. . | work, or hectic pleasures of your waking hours EXPLANATION OF AUCTION I 'this group of stores will auction off to the liigliesl ladder S7SO of line iiirrrli:inJUc including: Groceries, Turkeys, Live Pics, Guns. Toys, Clothing. randies. Toilet Accessories and Other Valuable Hems. NO MONEY WII.I- UK ACCEITEH I-Olt ANV ARTICLE AUCTIOXKI) OFF. Full payment must lie imilr. with these Auction Certificates. An Auction Certificate will be given FREE with cvc;y 25c purchase at anv ol li-cse stores from December 1, 1933 lo Ilcccm'.cr 22, 1333, therefore when jou arc the hi;htst bidder you really gel the article FREE OF CHARGE. You may u;c a.s many of these Auction rcrtiflmtcs as you or your friends rniy have accumulated during this S1DO.MO Sale. You may jive these Ccrltllcalcs lo any person you ilcslre. This jrc.-it auction of SliO wnrth of merchandise will be held at the KITZ T1IEAT11E, Friday, December 22nd, 1333, in connection «ilh a. FREE SHOW. Here's the merchandise to he auctioned at Our Biy FKEE Show at the Riiz Theatre Friday, Dec. 22nd. Canova or iionse. l ; onnd ;l lioxt-s Hit; 5 Lbs. l()c; 10 Us.'lOc; ^5 Lbs. 2!lc; 51) Llja. fiUe; 100 Lbs. !).»: Hound or Loin Key. Red. Smooth, Clean 10 round bag Giant Har 5 for MUSTARD I BACON s I TOILET PAPER I Sliced. /Swift's\ Kind Cn, Lb. - V Oriole ) Uind Oft, Lb. loc Forf Howard, 3 Rolls - 17c Zenilh, y Rolls lie L ill by or Anjo IS'o. 2 GRAND PRIZES •Misses Kathryn Dcnton and Ruth Eleanor Tucker, who atlend Uhivcrsjty of Mississippi at Ox- fort, are spending the holidays at home. Dudley Dcnton of Memphis spent yesterday at home. Mr. and Mrs.' I. Roscnthal spent 666 Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose. Drops Checks - Jfalixii in 3 days, Colds uiii *»y, liodachcs er Neuralgia c In S) mlnotfs, 'Fine Laxative and Tonic Moat Sftttj Mtmtiits Known "get on your nerves," here is a simple time-tested preparation that will bring a feeling ot calm and relaxation and allow you to get a good night's sleep. Dr. Miles A'cmne quiets your nerves. It is r.ol habit-forming and rlocs not depress the heart. Why take chances with dangerous habit-forming drugs? 'Why use narcotics that make you dull and depressed? Millions have found relief, relaxation, sleep, by using Dr. Miles Nervine. Although first used more than fifty years ago, Dr. Miles Nervine is as up to date as today's newspaper. Kolhing belter for the home treatment of overtaxed nerves has ever becri discovered. Your druggist sells Dr. Miles Nerv- ine. We guarantee relief, or your money back, wilh the first bottle or package. Relief! Nervous Indigettion Liquid and Effervescent Tablets ID HASKI'.TS OltOCntlKS Kach llukrl Conliins All n[ 7his: 6 l.b. Sack Hour 1 I.b. Prunes 1 liunrli Celery 1 Box Hall 2 llrnns 1 ^^ack Aniilfs I ilurrh Grapt-.s I I5o.\ Raisins I l.b. Codec 1 Can Corn I I~Trjjc t.'.in Crcnm 1 l!o\ S|^ s hrlli 1 no\ Cum Fl.ikcs 1 Hnx O.ilmenl 2 Live $200 Bedroom Suite $35 Bicycle 2 I>c.7. Cut Glass Tumblers 2 K' ricfc Sets Dishes 2 i:ii:imrl Roasters 2 c-lcnun l-anips 1 Can Turk Iteaiu 6 TurKcyi 2 Diirks 4 Ilnms 1 Zl-lli. Sacks Hour 2 Men's Ilorschiilc Co.lls 2 Ladies' Silk Gowns 2 Mcr's Office Coals 1 Iloxcs \VllilTnan'?; t'.imly I0!4 !h. Itoxrs Itusy Bcc Candy 2 Even, in 1'aris Toilet .Sets 2 SI .Manicure Sets 1 WM.IUTII Toilet Si,Ls 2 55 Sniii Tickets 2 Uraullfiil Toilet Sets 2 Sets Auto Seal Covers « Uoxcs SlittB"" Shells 2 (ienuirc Leather Fuutlinlls 2 limits Aulo Hr.llcrs 2 Children's Krcsscrs 2 Men's 5f;icdc .Uckcts 2 Ladies' Flannel Koocs 2 lien's IScaoon Kobrs 2 Boxes ilixcd Candies 2 Men's Tie Sets 2 llraulil'ul Dolls 1 toaster Wagons 2 I'lay Trucks 2 KMcclrlc Irnns 2 Dcuhln lioilcra Gel Your Audiijii liui'kK With Karh 23c I'ttrchasc at These Stores Hubbard Furniture Co, National Brokerage Co, McMullins Cash Grocery Kirby Drug Stores Hubbard Hardware Co. Ren Franklin Store HKMBMBKK: SAl,U STARTS TODAY! 1(in '-' 1>urc 1>1)r Fresh anil Clean ;. .Made I'or.ntl I SALAD DRESSlNGlS S APRICOTS" iint\ \ i'inl - - - ir lid ) Qitsirl - - - 2^ Argo Large Can lSc I .GROUND BEEF. Or 1!ainbiii.ucr I'li.-.ntl I PEANUT BUTTER 'cerless I'l. - I CHEESE Philadelphia Cream • 2 I'iitk.ii- | SALT MEAT licsl Grade. Lean. SlrfiiU-0- 1'ountl PANCAKE FLOUR [SOAP FLARES o c I j CHEESE I PUMPKIN Chipso, 1/ar^e I'tig. Oxyclol, Small I'kj;. V/ashbiirn's 20-0/ liox Half o:- 1'oiintl Shefforri's. (All 1'lavors) ISc V»n Oimp No. 2", Om IBEEF ROAST bM •«! am •• Thick Rib, I,b. 8c SjiQuldpr Clod.J.h. - - - V2Vic

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