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TWO BLYTHEVILL1, QULK.) COUBIBB HEWB TUESDAY, JANUARY 2 .Social Calendar .-'•'. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS "'Current Events club meeting with Mrs. Elton W. {Clrby, .7:30 p.m Delplilan Ph'C^X'rls club meeting at Hotel Noble gl 9:30 a.m. . . THURSDAY'S EVENTS Yarbro missionary society meeting with Mrs. B. P. Potter. Church «f Christ IMblc study meeting with Mrs. Paul Grimes. U.ip. C;, meeting at Wilson with Wiisch Cooperative club. FRIDAY'S BVENTS Elmwpod Cemetery association . meeting'with Mrs. Eugene plckin- . son, 2:30 p. m. ' ( i . Ladles Bible class, First. Methodist church, meeting with Mrs. L. M. Burnelte, 7:30 p. m. ' Miss Carolyn Hall ' .Weds;W. H, Houston Jv.j , ; .Thc marriage of Miss Carolyn Hall, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. fame's T. Hall of this city, and Mr. " 'vyiiliam H.,Houston jr., of Tunica, v Miss., - was solemnized Saturday * morning at Hcniando, Miss. The .ceremony v,'as .performed at the home ,pf | the bride's grandparents, * Mr."ancf Sir's. Charles Emerson Hall, ' b'y'Uie'Rey. J. Norris Palmer. D. O.. pastor'of tire First Uaptlsl ctnirch of Baton Rouge. Mrs. Palmer Is a cousin of Mrs. Houston. Tile attractive brlds, who was • reared 1" this city, has been at* tending the University of Mississippi at. Oxford for tl'.c past two years. She is 11 member of the Chi Omega sorority. Since her graduation from the city high school she has spent much of her lime with her grandparents. Mr. Houston is the son of Col and Mrs. W. H. Houston of Tunica. His father is one of Hie leading planters in the delta and Is a colonel on the staff of Governor Conner. The bridegroom utlcnded Washington and Lee University anil is a member ,of the Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity. .They will make their; home .in ; Tnnlca where the bridegroom.'is in business. Mrs. Hail and. sons, Charles and Jimmle, wont lo Hernando for the weddine. * * * ' Officers Installed ' At first Baptist W.M.I!. A New Line on Necklines Opera Opening Scores a Hit Drs. Carl and Kdnu Nics sponl Sunday In Jone.sboro as guests o: Dr. nnd Mrs. J. W. V/erner nnd Miss Allhc-a Edwards, who formerly lived here. J. W. Shouse, U. W. Mullias, L D. Cluimblin and J. C. Buchanai aro spending today in Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. D. Chamblli hod as their guc.sts yesterday Mi and Mrs. C. W. Spear "lid HOn Unnar, Miss Alltcn Applcton and Jimmle Ollnger, uf Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Kroger, of Oklahoma City. Okla.. whij have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ulnck. returned last night from a visit In Vlcksburi;. Miss. Mr. Kio- gor went to Memphis today and will go to Detroit. Mich., tomorrow lor n brief slay before returning here fur Mrs. Kroger and they will go home the last of the week. Mrs. C. L. Winston . returned Vlrgto Sehrodtr returned Wednesday from Memphis where the fp'rmer received treatment at Bap- tlft hospital. She Is much improved. Misses Amallw and Yoonic H»mra of Fulton, Ky., are visiting j^UUvea here. Mrs. Gerald Brooks Is visiting her parents at Marble Hill. Mr .and Mrs. Lester J. Woods have returned from a visit with the farmer's parents at Glen Allen, Mo. Society had to trek through New York's worst snow storm of the year .Sunday to her home In Memphis l01 ' lllc Metropolitan Opcr.i opening, but found there ample cheer to chamiiagne. /This was the gay scene at the bar where, in right tore- ground, you may see Paul Whiteman and I'.is wile. Declarer Makes Small Slam by Applying Ordinary Squeeze New necklines nllosv for (he gix-iUi'sl Imliviiliulily. Silvln Sidney wears nn Informal nftrmcuin frock of wine rod wlvttei-n wlncn hns n high rolled collar held In place nbrail. Ihe ncik liy n wide tic ot self material.. Her matching bsiet hns :ui intricately rtHchcd crown. after spending ten days 'wltli • her [ lake the chill out. Instead of the usual coffee; and. lemonade, opera- Kraiidparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. IV. J. goers for the first time in years were treated to win^s cocktails and ICnox. and her father. W. S. Knox, V.'ho Is serioiLsly ill, Mr. Winston, who was here for Christmas, went home earlier In the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lungwcll have as their guests at Ihelr home on South I'l-anklln, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Almond, of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Tomllnson nnd fnmtly and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tomlinson. of Three Rivers. Mich., have returned home after | spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tomllnson, parents of the Messrs. Tomlinson, who are twins. The Rev. nnd Mrs. Billy Cooley loft ypslenliiy for Durham, N. C., after spending HIE holidays' with relatives. They were accompanied to Knoxvllle. Tenn.. by Miss Mar- Inn Cooley who returned to the University after spending Christ- tuns willi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. r. t:. Cooley. AModeit Tribute to the Memory of W. W. Driver, Deceased, From a Friend The many, many friends, of Waller Driver ol Osceoia were shocked and grieved at his sudden demise, Saturday. He wps iwrhaps Ihe most widely known man in the Mississippi valley, lhat part of It extending from St. Lours, Mo., to the Gulf. Before financial reverses over- cok him In 1021 his farming ac- ivilies had given him a national epulation. For ycnrs hundreds nd hundreds of men, women and hildrcn were dependent upon him or the necessities of life and ol .11 those who were employed by ilm. I dare say thai not one can be found who would say lhat Walter Driver had r.ver mistreated liern or imposed uix>n them In any manner. I know iliat he has forgiven more debts than the wealthiest man in Mississippi county is worlu toc'ay. I knew him intimately. \liss Gladys Baird and Arthur Evans; Married CARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo _ Tne marriage of Mia Gladys Baird of tills .oily and Mr. Arthur Evans, of Vicksburg, Miss., has been an- nounccd. The ceremony took place at BlylHcvlllc November 5. T j, e an . no'ancement was made during ihe Christmas holidays. The bride, the daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. T. Baird, is a ^r.-Uu- alc of the Caruthcrsvilic \ t \gi, school and received her degree [ r0 :n the Cariithasvillc Juuipr college. Sl:e later attended Freed-ii ;(r <ic- nian college at Henderson. Tcim. The groom was stationed in ihls city several months ago with ih c government casting plant. Later <\e was employed by the Pemlscct Oil company. He is now at Vicksburii. where he is again employe;! by the government, nnd where tlisy young cou])le arc to make their home. The planet Venus journeys around the sun in 584 days with res|>ect to the earth. NIGHT were;. Mr*. W. M.. Grow,, first vice' president': -Mrs Will .Rogers, second 'vice president; Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, recording secretary; Mrs. U. W. Mull ins, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Blayjock, cor resiwn ding secretary; Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr, reporter; Mrs. John chairman circle 1; Buchanan, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, chairman circle 2; Mrs. sniwrlnlcudcnt of publicity: . Mrs. \Vyalt Henley, siipcr- super- and IJiblo , , nitendcnt missionary study; Mrs. A. 15. P.iirflcld, assist anl. « *-. * rmmtry Clul; Has Ni'\i V car's Dance MARY'S KITCHEN Wilson Society — Personal H. L. Chambers, chairman circle '•committee members. ** ^un-j^"""^ £ ^}° w » COtl liv Mn? T.mr3ii 'nrp- FrilLdmrnt "* lL[1 i«- 11 lljt - ««-» it-ui .-> 11 com^r,fe^: * U C™J'"'>'"1 evcninj BY SISTKK MAKV NEA SiTi-k-i- Stan Wrlli-r IJuckwhcal is an excellent winter Members of (lie country club and] grain because ]l- provlde.s many heat producing calories. hearty meal In ninny ! omes and Bishop and C.'V. Affllck and Miss Cordelia Wiihitc; Personal Service —Mines. R. L. Reeder, John anan, E. B. Woodson nnd • H. L. (liven Birlhilay Parly Miss Grace McFaitond a by ihc. griddle cakes tn variety are uni- I vcrially popular. However, 11 i breakfasts of toabt and coflcc aie , preferred, a luncheon of buckwheat •iis sues! .cnkes is a dcllclnus change. Ur. E. V. McCullnm explains that Mrs. Viclor Mann entertained members of the 193J Wilson high .school graduating class at dinner Friday night, complimenting her son, Ray. Guests were the Misses Juanlta Oreor, Fnnnie Denham. Virginia Ferguson, Margery Hill, nnd Minnie Mnhcr. and Messrs. Donald Hudson, John Westbrook jr.. Claude Pipkin, Dob Crews. John Gillian. Billy and Howard Frazier. members of the class, and the Misses Walter Dell Ringer, and Joyce Mann, nnd Ellis Ringer. Mrs. H. M. Lewis and Mrs John ', he dropped a spade, tlw four Today's Contract Problem i j t-pades in dummy would be good. ... . ;! while if he dropped Ihc jack of nidJUiK, m tuo following j. cmbS| riec]arer would ducard hand. Is as follows: boutli, .. padc from dummv Rna , ead 1 heart! West, jiass; North, 2 diamonds: Knst, I! clubs; South, double; West, pass; North, pass; liast, S spades; Soutli, 4 clubs: West, pasn; North, 4 B|i:ulcs; Knst, pass; South, 5 lieaits; West, pass; North, 7 hearts; East, 7 npades. And now what should South do? A None •pade ace ol dummy and lead tho clubs, dropping West's I'lng. Tho dummy then would be solid. (Copyright, 1S33, NEA Service, Inc.) AKQ107-I QJ S 3 (Blind) (Blind) V A KJ ID 7 « 'J 2 + AK10 YG Solaliou in next issue. Steele-Ctfoter Society — Personal He was my friend, ns he was the friend of scores of others. In ihe field, on the streams, in the woods, 1 have tested his friendship and It has stood firm to meet every vaclssitude of life. As it was with me, so it has b"en with many. Among his fellows he was outstanding for his gracionsncss, his i:cnerc;sity, and charity. No p' fon, I dare say. Iris appealed to Walter Driver for assistance or favor and had cither refused him. When his great heart wns stilled, there passed into the beyond <.iic of nature's noblemen. He wir be sadly missed by his man} friends, to whom he hart endeared himself by his gentle life am his modesl demeanor. God resi his soul. He was one ol Ihe besl men it has been my privilege to know. Virgil Greene. RUKVB CtUDS WITHOUT "DOSING" Hemorrhoids (Piles) turetl without the knife. Other rectal diseases treated. Varicuseil veins Ut'iited non-surjicilly. I)RS. N1ES & .NIES 511 W. Main Phone 38. Solution to Previous Contract Problem RY WM. K. McKKNNEV Secretary, Americar HridRC League j Announcements Received Of Cooter Girl's Weddin Announcements are being received of the marriage at Ripley Term., of Miss Mary Little and Mr. Belmont Campbell. The Rev Mr. Green, pastor of the Firs Methodist church, officiated. The- bride wore a navy blue en •amble. Her flowers were hlltes o the valley. She was attended b Mrs. H. R. Campbell, mother o the bridegroom. The bride Is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Little or nca Cooler. She is a graduate of Coot er high school, where she wa The Enochs entertained the Intermedi- every ate Kpworlli league with a New squeeze piny expert is en tor which tlic lookout is the Vienna coup squeeze prominent in athletics. Since grad nation she has been employed a Dyersburg, Tenn. Mr. Campbell received his cell Year's party at Ihe Methodist >whib this play is not so rare in l cation at Hickman, Ky,, and church Friday night. Sunday night, I contract ns in unction, neverthc- Mrt5ll villr TVnn whi>rr- hn attc beginning with a candle light sov-! lp» many player; confuse an or- vice at 11:45. Rev. nnd lira. Lewis dinary squeeze with the Vienna rtallalion service which was followed with a devotional "Jesus.' the Perfect Man" led by Mrs. Bio- '. tied Officers. The Christ Amhassadnr home convenience probably Is due to lack ; of sufllclent pigment in the -;kin." This explodes ihc old stnry of the indigestibihty of buckwheat. Buckwheat cakes made I yeast arc perhaps more wholesome „', than those made by Ihc "n.nlck ]J method." but llic average healthy person can partake of cither type. yeast Huckwhc-nl (Jakes One-halt cake compressed yeast nioK buck- [LIBERTY CASH GROCERS 1 ai4 WEST MAIN ST. Specials for Wednesday • Thursday SPINACH Fresh I'ountl 4c BANANAS Large, Ripe Dozen 20c JELLO Or Royal 0«latin« All Flavors. 1'kg. 6c CHEESE Wisconsin. Cream Pound nml Mrs. J. D. McKciwle enter- coup. mined the Young Peoples League To(i ,. 1 ,. lmi „..., nuAc „ o s will, a watch party at the church . ElIirLch of cl( , ve | nn(i who _ ^ th hls Games were enjoyed from 12 until I rartl , cri Emicr j Babin- t ook the I )ctld at tllc '-he lirst session ,,• , , , , ,, , . • - M]f.s Maxlnc Wallace entertain- , , hc comracl , mir event at ed with a dinner parly Sunday tllc vcc ,, u nall j c i lam , )ionslUp nlBht. C.uests were the Mi.«es Nell lom . I1(lmeia in C i:icimmi. U. in tne souincrn convention and Mrs. Moore played a piano .^election. .. cups warm water, tcns|1001 , s!>1 , 2 !casl>oons president. O,i:n Bum.-,; SI-CIT- :C . membn- t.I inir rl:u.s and nl (o hoi 1 .) willi tlin elcc- \vhcnl flour ami mix until ]>vifccl- ly smooth. Cover an;l let stand in warm place over night. Crews-Wright !"-* ! Mr. and Mrs. John Wright, fnr-i t'™>- inerly of here and now of Halls, -Services arc lul 1 Tenn.. have announced the mar-.- vc 'n:n- at G::in i«nn riage of their daughter. Tnelma.! l-'e from 15 !o 3= to Mr. Barney Crews of Ripley. 1 . invited. Tile wedding was solemnized at ' the home of the bride's parents' l ; . '>. V. In Mrct en the Eve of Christmas with the tt'ilh Wilinn Clab Rev. A. M. Bennett, pastor of the! Members of th •,'..," i IIIR half cup of walcr nnd u.ian\ • (0 blt '. cr . IxM stand fivi KHiotl I'lc-irhrr brnt In- 'e or ten ! minutes and take on a hot. well' creased griddle. The batter should j be finite thin and ninny. Buck• wheat cnke requires a hotter griddle- lhan rormneal or wheat rnkcs. First Baptist church of Ripley per- I chapter ot the United I tauehlrrs Soiiic of the batter can be saved forming the ceremony. of Ihc Confederacy will be guests ai!d usrd 3S a -Vtarler" for another Mrs. Kclcy bright.; was matron, of the Wilson Cooperative club' b;lking i nslcad ot usillg n frcsll of honor and the bridesmaid was Thursday afternoon for a prozram veast cake Thev arc even bet Miss Bonnie SUe Wright. Mr. and meeting in that town. M:?. R. !,.'' ' Mrs. Walter Hutcherson was the; Roach is the hostess p:t\sidnnt. bridegroom's best man and Kelcy] Both groups will prcwnt nu:n-1 lcr ca ); c Wrisht was groomsman. : bers. Tlic local women will give a 'o,,irk HiirVnhrit fak^ Following the marriage service i prcjram on Robert E. I.«e and ! llncknlicat Lakes ^fr. Crews and ti:e first day (is the "seed" seems to ripen and produces a bet- d his bride : were i Stonewall Jackson and Ihe WHfon j n ' ( ' at a dinner party.[group will present a program on j_ 2 \ C3V One and one-half cups buck- guests of honor ; The bridegroom is a graduate of j "Historical nixie." •, the Cook's Electrical school of; Because of the honor accorded'.'?., Chicago. He and his bride will i the blytheville group in make their home near Ripley. * * '* Vlrst Methodist W. M. S. Installs New Officers Officers of the woman's missionary, society of the First Methodist church were installed in a special rcrvicc Monday, afternoon. The Rev. W. V. \vomack conducted the Installation which was concluded with a candle lighting ceremony. The officers-for 1934 are: Mrs. Charles L. Wyllc, prc.sldent; Mrs. ! teen extended this imitation p'.aas; ' arc being made for a large mini her ol members to attend. flour, 3-4 cup wheat Hour, poon salt. 5 teaspoons b.ik- pONcier. 1 teaspoon sugar. 1 i mc'.ted shortening, l c gg. Scarcity ol Alley Cats Explained by Shipment CHEYENNE. Wyo. (UPl—Cause any scarcities of alley cats 2 1-2 cups sweet milk. Mix dry ingredients. Add milk slowly, stirring lo make smooth. Add beaten egg and beat until smooth. Add melted shortening and beat cue minute. Bake on a hot. well-greased griddle. Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Winter i*nrs. recast of the'Rocky Mountains has ires!, creamed dried beet on toast, tt.nn discovered hrrn. extra (oast. milk, coffee. Williams of Armorcl, Marguerite I .Matthews ot Ulylbeville. and Mil-' drert Frazier. and Messrs. W. M. Owens. Ed Williams, nnd R. E. Stevens of Armorcl and Dr. James Fall. Miss Nellrayc Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Tiiompson, entertained 20 ol her friends at n NCR' Year's party Sunday night. The Rev. Sam B. Wiggins, presiding elder of the Jouesboro district, held Ihe first quarterly conference at tho Methodist church here Sunday evening. | Miss Rea Coiijliley of Memphis] is visiting her parents. Rev. and' Mrs John Coughlcy. Nell Barfleld. of Oxford. Cla., and Mrs. Ora Laughter of Cleveland. Miss., were guests of Ernest Mann Sunday. | Mr. and Mrs. Rny Water.?, Mr. 1 and Mrs. W. F. Wilsnn. Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Lane and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rejjenold s|>cnl New Year's rve in Memphis. Mrs. W. H. Norsworthy of Dewitt, Ark., is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. 13. Chiles. Mrs. J. A. Apple and son Wesley arc the ftnesls nf Mrs. Apple's brother, Wlllard Harmon, at Memphis. Miss Selma Saliba has returned to Blythcville after a week's visit with her cousin. Miss Alice George Frank Jarretl of Helena. Ark., was the week end guest of Miss Eloisc Wright. Mrs. Myrtle Teagarden of Ycll- ville. Ark., is visiting her slslcr, Mrs. J. C. Perkins. Miss Ruth Bates and Miss Fran ces Nell Body of Mayfield. Ky.. are the ciiests of the former's sisters. Mrs. C. O. Williamson and Mrs Thomas Fox, Mrs. Robert Wright and riaush- ler. Miss Elizabeth, of Pine Dluff. have arrived for a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wilson. Recently a hii?" shirmirnl ol | LUNCHEON: Buckwheat cakes, U.'A. Lynch, vice president; Mrs.j embalmed alley rats adclrc.vx.-d to|sausage, apple sauce, molasses cook- W. L. Horncr. reccrding secrelary; I Lciand Stanford University, -.n Cnl- ifs. milk, lea. Mrs.'.J. fM.-Jontv assistant; :Mrs.| itornia. passed through here on DINNER: New England boiled Roland Green, correspond!ngi sec- Ilia Union. Pacific line. 'dinner spinach and egg salad rotary; Mrs. N. B. Mcnard, local! Th? embal.nctl cals, it was un-jdish apple p'.c. milk, coffee. treuurer;. Mrs. -Elton W. Ktrby,j derstoed.- arc to t't used for expsr- 1 : conference treMurer; Mrs. G. >G.I InienUI purposes, | Read Courier News want Ac!». Duplicate—fcj. and W. Opening lead—V .Smith 1 » ^ • '•' » 5 » West I'ass Pass I'ass I'aj .Vorlli Knsl Pass S Pass Nashville, Tenn.. where he altcnd- ed college. He is connected with the Gulhrle Construction company at Dyersburg. Mr. nnd Mrs. Campbell went to Miami, Fia., on their wedding trip. When they return they will visit for a few days with Mrs. Campbell's mother. A number of affairs are planned in their honor. They will make their home at Dyersburg. • * • Miss Catherine Jones will be the guest of Mrs. Ruth Howard of Memphis the latter part of this week. Mrs. Delia While has returned | to Memphis after spending the' holidays at Cooter with her mother. Mrs. Jack Nunnery. Jack Wimp returned Sunday from a holiday visit at Jonesboro. Mrs. B. I. Boston of Rutherford, Tenn.. Is .'.pending this week lie-re on business. Prof, and Mrs. R. I. Davis have returned from a week's visit at Mountain View. Mo. Misses Eunice Little and Mary Dee Baker, who spent last week . | hero with relatives, have return ! r d to Dyersburg. Tenn., where they are employed. Louis Wlalkcr is recovering from an appendix operation at the Bly- Sevrral players mistook thcUheville hospital. ilay tn this hand for a Vienna) Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Tucker rc- onp, but It is nol a Vienna coup,! turned Thursday to their home at ncc the ace of clubs docs not ICasa, Ark., after spending the holi- ravc to be played to execute the I days with relatives here. They soiucfzc. Emrich sat in the! werc accompanied by Miss Ruth, outh. '.Tucker of Cooter who will be their West's opening lead was n, c | guwt for two weeks. WESSON OIL (Hulk) Bring Jar Pint 15c ONIONS Yellow Glohe. Nice and Sound O_L^ Pound «^2' CRYSTALLIZED Cherries, Pineapple, Lt>. ,'!0t Citron, Pound PORK STEAKS Nice and Lean Pound lOc LETTUCE Kancy. Crisp and Hard Head 5c Nancy Hall Yams 1'oimtl r.ur of hearts, vhlch Eas; won vith the ace. E-.sl returned a small diamond, which Emrich. in the South, won wi'h the ace. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rushing returned from Warrensbnrgh, Mo. where they spent last week with relatives. Emrich returned 'the eight of Thc Rev. Cecil Meadows, hearts, trumping ii: dummy uilhj° r Co °'" Ba P llst Ihe ten of diamonds The eight ol diamonds was returned Irom oumnvy, Emrich winning with the ting. Three rounds ot diamonds were luken. West discarding two hearts rnri a club. D'.tnmy discarded tlncc clubs, and it wns immaterial what East played. The last diamond then was played and West was squeezed. It returned Saturday from a week's Mrs. Rlley B. Jones of Ulythc- : visit with Mrs Perkins parents. ville spent the week end with her I Mr. and Mrs. T. v. Russell ol parents, rclimiliit; Monday with! Ycllvillc, Ark. Mr. Jones. | J. H. Grain, who is in Baptist boiled School at Wilson will not reopen hospital at Memphis with a nasal . deep until January 8 because of the j hemorrhage, is much improved. 'work beinft done on the building i N. B. Ellis Jr.. 'is convalescing 'by the CWA. ' ' 'following' an attack of scarlet f«v- 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. P>rkins Jr.,!er. cd Saturday from Jonesboro. Mrs. Ellis Hunt of Chicago I visiting here. Mrs. Maude Bankerllz, who ha been visiting relatives in Sleele and Caruthersvllte, left last wccl for Seattle. Wash., for a visit will friends before sailing for China January 6. lo Join her husband. Miss Marion Wright, accompan led by Robert Burdlne and Mrs Sam Burdlns of Htllsman Taylor spent last week with relatives a Murray Cily. Tenn. Miss Jcanetta Cooper retnrnei Sunday from Memphis where sh lud been visiting her sister, Mrs Ralph Hall, Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Masscy an daughters returned Saturday fron Laurel, Miss., where tb«y vlsltei relatives. Mr*. Fannie Schoder and MU* COCOA Mothers 2-Lb. »ox 19c BACON Swift's Oriole Sliced, Pound llic MEAL 10 Pound Hag Each 19c TANGERINES .luifv Down 15c GROUND BEEF FLOUR Mary Jane, (iiind. (luarantccrt 21-l,b. Sack 85c COCOANUTS Large and Fresh Each 5c SALT 1G S9Sc All Vou Want (Bulk) M>. lie CARROTS l,argc Hunches Each 7c YARD EGGS Strictly Fresh Dozen 25c PORK SAUSAGE 100',; I'lirc Pork I'ountl 7ic BUTTER Quality i'oniul 19c COFFEE Sunnv Hronk 27c VEALCHOPS Pound 5c| MIXED NUTS Pound PURE LARD Swift's Silvcrleaf Loose, Pound 6c

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