The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 30, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 30, 1937
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THURSDAY,; DECEMBER 30, 1937 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Social I 10! FRIDAY'S EVENTS Country club having dance, P. M. Annual O. E. S. and Mason duck supper tit hnll, 7:30 o'clock, FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia * • IWR. I9» BY HIA sm\tt, IkC, T.««. «IC U. I. PXl. 011 .- Mr. and Mrs. Pattern Will Be Complimented Mr. and Mrs. Harry Patton y Greenwood, Miss., v.ho will arri« tomorrow afternoon to spend th I week end here, will be complimented at several informal .if- Jalrs. They weve invited by' M ond Mrs. Edgar Borum. Mr, anr Mrs. Henry llnmphivy, Mr. anc 1 Mrs. -W. D. Chamb'ln ami M and Mrs. Samuel P, Morris, wlic . will entertain them. They, am fhelr son, Harry'jr., will lie house- guests of the Boruins and tii. Charnblins. The. first of the allalri; will b an Informal supper party to !>' .given by Mr. and Mrs. Norris Friday night before the New Year't Eve dance at the country club which the party members wil attend. • Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey are having, a. luncheon ::' their home and the afternoon wil be spent in listening to the broadcasts.of the Sugar Bowl nut 1 Rose Bowl games. T|iat night, Mr. and Mrs Chamblin will have a dinner parly ut their home. The Pattons will return horn Sunday. * . «. » Little Theater Group to Meet. There will be n meeting of tli Little theatre' group tonight li the court room of the city hal at 7:30 o'clock. . . . • • • Has Dance at Country Club. Several out of town guests attended (lie dance given last nlghi at • the country club by Misse. Martha Ann Lynch and MlUlrsf Lou Hubbard. Among them wen Bils of News Mostly Personal "I'lensc, Chuck, tench me so 1 cnn whistle for taxis." ' "What lor? Uy the time you can afford 'Cm, I'll tuLe you IUIVN acre vt -arita £0 in my car." Dickson of Osceola, George Ittlr of Sikeston, housegiiest of Jamc: Guard, Miss Ruth Willianis o Wilson; Jack pinion of Cnnither.i vllle; Dr. Humphrey Hardy unf James Hardy of Lecompte, La. housegttests of Mrs. M. O. Usrej and family; and Jeff Waguestaci of . New Orleans, houseguest o. Mr. and Mrs.: C: Modinger. There ,were . approximately,,. 121 guests present. >''•.' * V * » - • *" Ei!t*>tairi -a( 'Dinner, " ' " ' '~~ £ j Mr.. and Mrs. C. J. Cox entertained with a dinner party laa night at their home at 107 West Davis avenue for the employes oi the New Economy Shop. A .four course chicken dinner was-served to the 12 guests ai eight o'clock at a dining table decorated with polnsetliajs and candles. After dinner the guests were entertainca with music and holi ciay games, • t * Give Party for Hospital Nurses • J. M. Wall eiiler- 'uneli wns served from, a cut qlass jcvv! in cups the Circle gave tlie \usiliary for a Christmas present. For the program Miss Louise Doliyns ' played "'the pin no,- : Miss Elizabeth McLean gave a reading. Riid Miss Jean Harrison sang i ::olo. Mrs. Moss had been a member of t'.-.c i]uv;:ii-s<i .Women's Circle rime '> he we veil hero 12 years ago! T"' *«te wvo the »ux.U», Mir ao'/.m cults and f,,Tli;e.-s ;"or a Christ inns present. Osceola Society — Personal Vis biilois'. Honored;. tained Mrs. p. M „. , •• *•*•• -•—-—"> .nmir Fisher, the student nurses from the •Blytheville hospital Miss Melto ! sota " on gi "' S^" 1 * *"» . M V Bombolask! ->Mrs-. Lou« Gwallney of Mena, L Arl:., ij aiul Mrs, Gordon Bell of Crowell, Tex., shared honors at a bridge |)arty given by Mrs. Arthur Bowen ai lier home Tuesday night at which Miss Josephine Montague won the highest award. Second prize went to Mrs. O. E. Massengill and each honorce was presented with a gift. * * * Mrs. Hugh Craig Hostess. Four tables of guests were entertained at bridge In' the home of Mrs. Hugh Craig on Keissr avenue Tuesday night. First, second and tliird prizes were won by Mrs. Joe Cromer, Mrs. W. C. Mason; anil Mrs. J. II. Lovewell. Mrs. R. V. Madden cut the con- if j —..j ^"-"""^t/iaani Monday evening: with a buffet sup- The guests played table games ir rooms decorated in a Christmas motif, after supper. 'Teen Age Set Has Dare* at Woman's Club Misses Mary Babcock, Boibie Ann Purvis, Margaret Holland Wanda Fisher and Dorothy Jean Higglnson entertained 80 friend's with a dance last night at the Woman's club. The girls received with Jack Chamblin, Bobby McHnney, David Boone, Prank Dulaney of Osceola. and Joe Evrard, and Jfr. and Mrs C. R. Babcock. Mrs. A. B. Holland and Mr nnd Mrs w. C. Higginson Miss Nancy Dick Wilson of Little Rock, houseguest of Miss Fisher. Billy Gray Boston of Cooler, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray, and Frank Dulaney of Osceolai were out of town guests. Punch and cookies were served during the evening. Entertains Wednesday Club Mrs.. Fanisworth Black entertained the members of the Wednesday club and two guests, Mrs. L. E. Old and Miss Ruth Butt, yesterday. A two course lunch was served at the dining table which had a floral centerpiece. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham had high score and Miss Butt, second high. • ' • » Danjhttr Born A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wroten, of Cleveland, O,, Sunday night. The baby has been named. Mrs. Wroten Has Bridge Luncheon. Sixteen players were guests of Mrs. Charles Sullenger at a three cotrse bridge luncheon In her home yesterday. Mrs. L. W. Walters was presented with a potted olant for the high score. A hand made pillow \vas given Mrs. Joe Cromer for second high score while Miss Blanche Cleere cut ••'"i>k end. Miss McDtmiel and Miss Jones -were classmates In Baylor University, Waco, Tex.j last year. -Mrs. Alvls Taylor Is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Angus Mc- Eachrun, in Memphis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gwaltney and children, Lamar and Evelyn Ward, left yesterday for . their home In Mena, Ark., after spending the past week here with Mrs. Gwaltney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ward. Mrs. L- D. Massey and daughters, Charllne and Annie Merle, drove to Memphis Tuesday to meet her sister, Mrs. Gordon Bell of Crowell, Tex., who with her small son, Gordon Wood, will be guests in the Massey home for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jprdon were business visitors in Uttlf R Wednesday, They drove' ,tp Arka- d.elphia Wednesday .night) to ,' i» the guests of Mrs. Jordan's aunt; Mrs. T. B.. Rouse and the Rev. Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. K A. Whit* returned from Conyay Tuesday where they had .spent, the" past week with Mr. White's mother, Mrs. J. Walter White! '.'•. : * . Dr t and Mrs.. C. p. Price, will leave tomorrow tpr their home in Petersburg, W.-Va., after spending tlie past; ten days here as the guests of Mrs. Price's pirents, Mr and Mrs. P.- E. • Tompklns. Ai>other daughter, Marlon Tompkins, will leave Sunday lor Lake Village where she attends school She will be, accompanied by her cousin, Charles HU1 Carlton, who has spent the. holidays here. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Quinn have returned to their home in Hot Springs after a' business trip here for several weeks.. • ' . • Mrs. Maude Travis has returned from the Baptist hospital In Memphis where she spent several R. Morris King, of Pace, Miss., S|>etit last night here as the guest of his sisters, Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson nnd Mrs. Samuel F Norris, and their families. Miss Bessie BalUnger, of Serlath, Is the guest of Miss Iniogeiie G nines, having arrived Monday night. The condition of Smith Brackln, who Is suffering from acute exacerr ballon of bronchitis, remains un! hnii"ed, He Is In the Veterans' hospital In Memphis. Mrs. George W. Barham spent yesterday In Osceola^BS the guest rf Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bar- hrm. D s. Lantrlp was called to England, Ark., to be with his father, who was seriously injured In an automobile accident Tuesday night, J. C. Buchanan will leave tomorrow afternoon for New Orleans where he wil! n'.tend tlie Sugar Bowl game. He will go with 60 men from the Memphis district of the Chevrolet organization, all of them having won the trip in company contest. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Roberts of Newport spent Christmas here with Mrs. Roberts' mother and sister •'-- .1. H. Po^rle and Mrs. T. R Watson, and families. . Mrs. T l>. Johnson of Chaffee Mo,, arrived yesterday to visit relatives and friends here until Sun- Mrs. W. L. Moore had as her guests the past week her son, Mr and Mrs. Blockwodd Moore and not was formerly Miss Cohlta Lang- Eton, of this city. * * » Circle Honors Mrs. Ella Moss The Business Women's Circle of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church entertained with a surprise reception and handkerchief shower Itist nlsnt for Mrs. Ella Moss, who will move to Memphis •soon. Mrs. Margaret Gray cnwJer, chairman of the circle, presided ow-r the refreshment table which w*s covered with A lace clolh, lonsclation, a pair of hose. Out! dau «hter, Camilla, of Chicago; lier nf town visitors were Mrs. Rhebal daughters, Mrs. Pauline Hayden - ••' - — - - of Caruthersville, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hathom and son, Walter Garland of Canton, Miss.; Mrs. J. B. Foltz of Jackson, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hayden and children, Catherine and Joe, and Casey Kllgore of CaruthersvUIe, and Sister Marcellas Hayden of Taos, N. M.: Davidson of Unioulown, Ala., Mrs. Harris Parks of Union City. Tenn., and Miss Eula Moore Dillnrd lit Birmingham, Ala. * * Have Open Housf. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleman were joint hostesses with Mr. and Mrs. Cliarles Rose at a buffet supper and dance at the home of Ihe latter at Roseland on Tuesday night. Those attending from here *ere Mr. and Mrs. James Driver, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Driver, Mr. .mid Mrs. Ben Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brynnl, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White, Mr. and Mrs. Braxlon Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willianis, Mr. mid Mrs. Nathan Wcinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Mr. and Mrs. D. Fred Taylor jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrnnce, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Tom Sroilh, Mrs. George Adams, Mrs Herbert Shlppsn, Mrs. Fay Henderson, Mrs. Willie Gentry, Mis. Ruth Hale Carlisle. Milton Pope W. E. Johnson, Jettle Driver, Jap White, Punk Riley, D. H. Blackwood, Bobby Jones of Kelser, Jim Goodrich, Arthur Rogers of New Albany, Miss., Louise Hale, Maxine Smith, Virginia Smith, Julia Llllard Craig, Virglna Blackwood, 1 and Helen Williams. * * * Mr. and Mrs, Ely Driver were hosts to around twenty guests for an open house on Tuesday night. : Dorothy Jane McDanlel i and Pnul Cane of Senntli, Mo., were guests of Ethel Jones on the. To Watch New Year In At Full Gospel Church A watch night service will lie held at the F\ill Gospel Church tomorrow night, beginning at 7:30 o'lcock, according to the pastor the Hev. W., O. Slngleterry. There will be talks by various speakers during the evening- and the new year will be Ushered In with prayer. An invitation Is extended to the public. For extra-tender pastries COMPLETE LINE OF AUTO PARTS. ZERONE ANTI-FREEZE HEATERS 507 Ward CaruthersvflUi us Trade with and get FREE GIFTS! ARIAN AUTO PARTS MOTOR on, DEFROSTERS BATTERIES 128 E. Main BJytherUl* day. Mr. und Mrs. William Tauschand children, June and Billy, of West "«lena. spent Christmas with Mrs Tausch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T B. Watson. Mr. "njusch returne< nme the nrst of the week, but Mrs Tausch and the children will remain for two weeks. Jeff Waguestock, of New Orleans came Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs C. Modinger until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matheny have returned from Searcy where they spent Christmas with Mrs Matheny's parents, Mr. and Mrs W. R. Angel. T B. Wntson, who Is working in Jackson, Miss., visited Mrs. Wat "on and children here over th holidays. Mrs. Annie Taim has returned to her home In Jackson, Miss after a brief visit 'with her daugti ter, Mrs. C. . C. Langston, : ai) family. • - '•• ' - , -,'* "Mir. and Mrs. W.'A. Black Jr., o Raleigh, N. C., formerly of here visited-,Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworll Blnck during, tlie holidays. Mr. and 'Mrs. 'Joslah H. For and children '•'•returned yesterdu to their.home at Clarksyllle, Teiin. after spending .several days with Mrs. T. ; J. Mahan and -family. : Mr, and .Mrs.^'W" J- WundorJioh )r:, , andr i children- relumed .)as night from Springfield, M6.| wher they/spent Christinas. w iti, M W.underllch's' mother, .Mrs. W. J Wunderllch,--, • ; • .••; - Mr. arid Mrs. Wr H. Mlhyard have returned . from. Greenwooc Miss., where they spent .Christ mas. , ' . . • Mr. ahd Mrs. L. A. Roberson and .son, Jesse Loren, returnee yesterday t from • Leesburg, Ga where they visited Mr. Hobersoh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rob ersoh. - , . .,-'•'-. Air Is hot the only conductor io;. sound. Liquids arid solids may : be better carriers, though they change the quality of sound considerably A volcanic eruption hundreds ol miles away may be heard by listening at the ground. BAKERY SPECIALS Friday-Saturday- Sunday AMBROSIA LAYER Cakes, Ea. LARGE KARO Pecan Pies, Ea. FRUIT WAFERS, Do/. CARMEL-NUT ROLLS, Doz. .. PECAN-NUT BREAD, loaf .. BUTTERED BISCUITS, Doz. 19 C 24° *;• 12 C 10 C 10 C Luxora Society — Personal Miss Virginia Farror is spending the holidays with her mother In Horncsvllle, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ancel Montgomery and son, Tnwls, have returned to heir home In Kelser utter several lays visit with Mrs. Montgomery's wrents, Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Majors, Mr, mid Mrs Charles Thwentt, «rs. William Thweatt, and Mr nnd •Irs. Walter Demon wcro In Mem- >lils Sunday visiting Mrs. Tliwcr.U's and Mrs. Denton's sister, Mrs. Jhnrlle Scott and family. Mrs. Abe Uverant Is In Mcin- ihis today consulting nn eye spce- allst. Mrs. Bel Cowsert and son, Jenn, if Helena, Ark,, were rqw;u! siiesla « the home oi Mr. nnd Mrs, Walter •I'HOD. Christmas gne.sts of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Umphlect were Mr. UmphlcelY, 'ather, u E. Umpnlett, of i'nra- jould, and his brother-lii-ltuv, cllf- ou Hardon, of St. Louis. Miss Mildred Richard, of Mem- )hls, vlslt«! her father, D.tre Rlch- >rd. and sisters, Margaret nnd June ,hls week. Mrs. Mattle Poison has us her 'neftt her mother. Mrs. Ors Hill, and niece, Ixmlse Collier, of Memphis. Mrs. S. J. Smith wns the guest if Mrs. Ralph Davis. Peabody hotel, Memphis, Wednesday at « dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mlfflln were hosts, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires. Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Langston, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen, Dr. ant Mrs T. F. Hudson, and Miss Lnura Lee Llndsey. of New York City """Mesday evening nt a turkey dinner Tlie evening wns spent In playing bridge, -with high score prizes going to Mrs. Hudson and Russell Bowen Miss Rosa Lou cooke and Mr.i Stella Volmer and daughter, Ann of Memphis, were with their par cuts, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke sr Sunday. Rev. George Patterson And Family Arrive Here The Rev. Ck'orne W. 1'nUcrson, j who w«s recently called as pas-' tor of the First Cliristtiin church, ami Mrs. •Pnttereon, have arrived, here. They are nt homo In the CHI?, residence nt 412 North Ninth street. The new pastor headed tho church nt Kussellvllle for 12 years before lie went to Stuttgart four yciirs HBO, wlierc )K> hits become prominently Ulenllllod with numerous nfl'ulvs. lie wns uecretiu-y of the notary cluu, worthy patron of 10 Order of Ihe Eastern Star nnd :ullcl|)u(«l In numerous sports, Deluding golf, having been a lemlw of the Stiittgnrt ixiuntrv hib. The Hev, uiul Mrs. I'ulU'isoii ^eru iiccompunlt'<l here by thtlr on, 'I'iioiim.s Wnltuii I'litttTson, vho leluriH'il to BtuttBarl to<lay, vhere he la emiiloyeit »y thn "nhbanks Morsu company, anil heir daughter, Mmy Nell, who is ii, will nnivc « little Into niu-r he Iins taken her mUl-lerni ex- tiiiliHillniiN In tne high nchonl here. At the Hospitals M. Parke'r, of strele, uiiilenvoii an operation for appendicitis yes terday at; the Blytlievllle hospl tul. "' . ' Ben McCnln, of Manila, under went an operation yesterday u the Blylheville linipUul, ; Mrs. Jack Applebaum, who ic cently underwent an operutlo for • appendicitis at the Blythe ville hospital, was removed t her . home yesterday In a Ho ambulance. IMIss Joan Boiubalaskl underwen a stousllecloiny this m6rnlng WeBb clinic. ' ' Burns Cause -Kennett Boy Acute Suffering Louis Flatt, ten year old Ind of Kennctt, Mo., Is nt the Blyll.e- vllle hospital sulferlng from burns IB received ten days ago. He wns Brought lien yesterday. His right leg In badly burned. The accident occurred when lie was helping his, father, Hoterl Flutl, extinguish u Brass lire. People of thi! United states use approximately 38,GM,000 pounds of smiff nmmnlly. The British and Foreign Illblo Society now Issue* Hibles In languages. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines yon have tried for your cough, chesl cold, or bronchial Irritation, you can get, relief now with Crcoinulslon serious trouble limy bo brewing ant you cannot afford to take a chanco with any remedy loss potent than Oreomutslon. which goes right to Die seat of tho trouble and aids nature to soothe nnd heal the Inflamed mucous membranes mid to loosen and expel Urn germ-laden, phlegm. Even If other rcmedleahave failed don't bo discouraged, try Oroomul- slon. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money it you am not thoroughly satisfied with the bene- nts obtained from the- very first pottle. Crconiulslon Is one word—not two, and it has no hyphen In It. A*lc for it plainly, see that tho namo on tho bottle Is Creonmlslon. and you 11 (jet tho Bomiino product and 'the reflef you want. (Adv.) , We sptcUhit In special orders — Phone no. BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. SANDWICH SPREAD Full Quart Jars ..... 23c PICKLES, 21 ox. Jars Sweet Mixed 19c CORN BEEF HASH Swift's Premium, Lb 14c DOG FOODS Lb. Cans 5c JELLO or ROYAL All Flavors, Pkr. ... 5'/2C E. J. PEAS Select Quality, Can lOc TOMATO JUICE Campbell's SO Oz. 19c APPLE BUTTER Full Pint* 7 J /2C V. C. EVAP. MILK 6 Small or 3 T«ll . 19c PURE LAKD 4 Lbs. 46c EGGS, Sunlljht Select Packed, DOT. .. 27c YELLOW S,OI. SOAP 3 Larje Bare lOc POTATOES R*d Triumph, Lb 2c LETTUCE Heads ... 4V2C CELERY Jumbo .. 9c GRAPEFRUIT S«dl*ss, 3 For lOc APPLES L»rre Juicy Dellcloiu, Eath SUGAR Laurel Pure Cane. 10 Lbs. .. 53c PORK STKAKS, Fiwh -t f Country. Roast* or S'safe id C BACON, Krey" «JO Sliced or Piece, Lb Lot. BEEP STEAKS, Fey -t f | / Grade or Roasts, I.b.l I /2C BOLOGNA Larie Mince Style, Lb. | r .1«)C BLOCK CHILI Cudahy's Royal, Lb SALT JOWLS Lb .12V£c B. E. PEAS, New Year's For 6c COFFEE, Maxwell 17]/' Home or t'anora, lAttt /2C RICE Choice Head, 10 Lbs. .. MEAL Fresh, 10 Lbs. 19c FLOUR, B«l Grade Cambric Dressway, 24 F1.OUR, Guaranteed Crystal White, Z4 Ibs. .. 85c FLOUR, Guaranteed Sunshine, 24 Ib* 75c BEANS Navy or G. N., Lb. 5r CRISCO, Crean Shrt. Palls $1.08 EVAPORATED PEA- CUES, Choice Gradp^ Ib. HOT SHOT SHORTS (<> 17% Protein, Sack J» RAISIN'S, New- Crop Seedless, 2 17c PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE —PHONE RITE PRICE GROCERY-MARKET IT. H. VANBIBBER, Prop. Ill E. MAIN Kroger & Piggly-Wiggly STORES Prices Good For Friday and S turday Grapefruit 39c AI'i'LES .lonnUimi, 1WOCCOU lilllH'll .si'Koi)'r.s. 14 1C . 1* OUAN(1I« Juicv 171C l-lnrlda, !)»/. If-? ONIONS Yellow 1C< (•lobe, 4 Lbs. IV COLLAKDS' Bunch I'ARSNH'S ,., APPLES Delicious Size, 2 For Bread Clock 20 o/. Loaves 2 For 15c KCJflS Krosli Do/. 25 l MAOAKONI, C'try Club. I Ll>. Cel. I'k 1.1). APPLE JUJCB |AC 21 0?.. Can IV ' PEANUTS Salted l'r«sh ' Lb OHKKHIKS, Choc, A|>< Coven-d. i Lb. Box *iJ I'AN ROLLS 1'Vonh Butter -IMCKLKS, Sour or UiU Vi (M. Jum Country Cluli Lit. 38c MOWS JKLLY f AC Jar NOODLKS C. C.- i Li), i'kjr. SOAI' Alurc 2 Hura 9° 1'UHK .1 1,1). Carton 48c LAUD 8 Lb. Carton 95c HOMINY Oz. Can BEEF -STEW |r(J Dinly Moore Can Iv PRUNES Small Size Lb. SoapifeSforllc OATS C'try CIuli, Small Box Be; Lg. Box I7c KRAFT DINNER |"tC - Package If EVAP. APPLES * W PANCAKE FLOUR «CC C'try C., 20 oz. 3 for*3 ORANjGE JUICE 12 oz. Can PKAS, A'dale Sift- «B( ed, No. 2 Cans, 2 for*V Ff,OUR Omega, G Ibs G»c 12 lus $1.10 MAPLE SYRUP M Royal Qt. 41 Milk Country Club 3 Large or (i Small 19c Little King FLOUR 24 Lb. Bag 85c COFFEE C'try Club Ib 28c French, Ib. 25c Spotlight Ib. 22c Slight 3 Ibs 63c MEAL Mest Grade 24 Lb. Bag 38c Beef Roast«? 19c Sliced Bacon ib.22c Bologna Parafine Lb. ioc Sausage Pork Lb. 15c PEANUT BUTTER, LARD Best Compound Lb. CHILI Wilson 23 SLICED HAM Lh 35< Steak Round or Loin, Lb. 33c Hog Head MilOc

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