The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 8, 1944
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 194-1 • A*ard For s, „ L e' Student ' • ,,»' ^ -. ' - ' George Hubbard Jr.. who has at- mfeoV University of Tennessca, KnowiUe'j .for ,th«.past two, yw, recently was^awaraed a cash pilze offered by the ' National Otflco Management Association for hav- ins the second highest scholasire ie<ord in the sophomore class In li'ie Sphool ot Business Administration Jat the Uni\er£lty ( „ * He r also recently *• was namM president of the Y. M O.'--A on Hie &hool campus, and Is president of his soc1al7fral«}-nlly,, Sigma Alpha »Epsilon i \»' f ,.j ',Mi*S Hubhard, *'ho Is 'spending n TIIB,JAPA»; (KMillNMIlNT per, rounded a corner In town to |. iT|ie promotion of Ouy Culp of find the bull charging hlni. The Dell from thd grade of corporal to u-. bull chased him around a parked « , c V<.,VAiy^Ji automobile several times before -*~ IK falling on the slippery street, and was herded back Into a truck from vhlch he had escaped. _..„. here with his par- Clit$,-Mr and Mrs O. G. Hubbatd Sr tiefore • returning to ! the Unt- ^ly for* SumnferV sclic.M,' will veins song leader "at tile 6 A F leadership school In August •Mr* Afti^Holl Dies \At Home In Missouri , Arch ijall of'Bertrahd, Mo, ister^of Miss Millie Humphries of Jljthevllle, died Wednesday. A res- dent'ot Bertrand for 44 yeais, she \vas 69. , j-.".!" Services were held today at the Methodist Church In Bertrand , Sumvmi,' In addition to Miss Humphries, Is her husbafid NeWOf WACs, WAVES and SPARS Fvt Mclba D Foster, daughter of Mr. sfrid Mrs John W Poster of 312 North Sth Street who has been stationed at the Third Training Center of the Women's Army Corps at Fo'rt^Ogletfiorpe, Oa,' has been assigned to the 2236th AAP Base Unit at Pyote, Tcxas.^where she is serving as n*supply cleric " u Mis'! Craft Wins Degree Miss Lulu Craft, daughter of Mr and Mrs^T'B^Crnft of Stcek>, was awarded an Associate of Arts Da giee^at the 112th commencemen exercises held iccently at Stephens College, Columbia, Mo President James M Wood award ed the diplomas after an impres swe "ceremony during which 780 joung women veto awarded the Associate of Arts' degrees Rites Held At Lake City Scry Ices 'for Mrs _ Annie Hajden of like Cl£y, mot tier of Mrs Imo- gpne-Pnrnell of Osceola, were held Tuesday • «>< i Born li\\I^dlpna, Mrs Hajden, 69. lad bee'n a resident of lake 1 City'ior 13*yeais — • The Jap shilling note reproduced above is item of "invasion money printed in Tokyo ond intended for use in Australia after Japs took over Out continent, American foiccs which occupied- lloliaiaia found live tons of it in varying denominations. made at Pine Log Cemetery. Mrs. Soberls died Tuesday at her Ivimcv.ln Caraway. She wtis 80. She leases two other clalighU>i two , soils; -two sisters cr, broili- Hull Picks On Farmer SHELBY,, O. (UP)—A bull In Q china shop couldn't have caused more consternation than one bull in Shelby caused O. C. Markcy, a local fanner. Markey, carrying a lonf of bread wrapped In red pa-' nesses. \Aen In Service William Wallace Smith, son of Mrs, J. P. Bmlth of East Main Street, Blythevllle, Is a member of the newest, clas. 1 ! of cadets to to ns- slijned to Midland Army Air Field Midland, Texas, for 18 weeks schooling as bombardier-navigators, Pfc. Fred T. Beard of Rl, 2, Bly- tlicVllle, and Pvt. Billy N. Bullnn o( Dell, are serving as members o Hie Emory Untvcrslly Hospital Unl in the Medltcnaneah war thentei Sponsored by Emory University o Atlnntn, Gu., the 43rd General Hos pital Is treating casualties from th Italian battle-fronts and doing im portanl. work In the treatment o malaria, as well as caring for so! dlers suffering from accidental injuries and "run-of-the-mill" lllr that of f.ergennt has.bjen announced somewhere; In England" by MaJ. en. W. E. Kepncr, commanding scncial o( tha Eighth AAF Fighter pmniand. "Sergeant Culp, v.'hose Ife ami parents make their home at Dell, was engaged in farming prior to entering the Arrny, where he Is a member ot the Oldest Thunderbolt (ighler group in the European war theater. Pvt. Lcroy Dlxon, son o( Mr. and Mrs, F. T. Dixon Sr., who Is stationed at Camp Kohler, Sacramen- to, Calif., has been dismissed from the Army Hospital, where he has Ijeen suffering from a throat Infection. ' pfc. Roy R. Wilferd, son of Mrs. Lulu Wilferd of Holland, Mo., has won the right to wear the wings and boots of the U. S. Army para- troops. He has completed four weeks of Jump training during which he made flve Jumps from a plane In flight, the last a tactical Jump at night, involving a combat problem on landing. Private Willerd is at the Parachute School, Fort Bcn- ' nliig, Ga.' & TOMATOES STRING BEANS Von Camp's No. 2 Can No. 2 Can 10' 10' 10' s — • » leaves another daughter, 7\Irs 33ol lie .Qaithcr of Lnl!£ ,Clty, I with '.whom Mrs Hayden made' her home; .• * » .' Caraway Wdm'an Dies La si rites,' ".for Mrs Robefts -- - Sal ah B mother of inson of Reiser were*held --at 2 o'clock tills aftfi- nooif* in Jonesboro Burial was 6J c^CSraway, H" Robins -Leads -Draftee's FLOUR PURE LARD SNOWDRIFT COCOA Shibley's Best 25 Pounds ', ! Pounds II Pound Jar Our Bothers Pound 1.23 65 C 69 12' BAKING POWDER 38 JUNE PEAS BABY FOOD CRACKERS DUZ P&GSOAP No. 2 Can Gerber's All Kinds Salerno Pmmd or Oxydol Lurge ]{ars 12' > 17 C 23 14? Hams; Half or Whole Rcsl Grndes. Pound 3k Pork Chops Center Cuts Pound 35c Bacon Itest Grades Sliced. Lb. 39c Ma]-Gen John B Coutter, above, of El Paso, Tex, commands the 85th Intantry Divi- siorv, one ot a the first all-draft outfits to go Into the front lines in Italy.' With the 88th, the 85trjf chased the Germans 30 irmes in two weeks over the rugged Gangliano front. Oleo Wilscns or Swifts, l.b lie ARISTOCRAT CHASE &SANBORN 7 DAY BLEND Whole Henri n"j POUND LI POUND 30 POUND Z*» Beef Roast Chuck Pound 32c J Ground Beef Frcjh Daily Pound 26c Franks Uest Grades Pound 32c Large Firm Heads New Crop TOMATOES Fancy Hand Picked, IB lb.4' lb-13' 20' FRESH TODAY — Clocked • Fresh every Jay 1 Thiron- Enricliod. for more vitamins CostslesB! CORN •JUNK PEAS GKEEN BEANS MILK .';•<•. 5; OLEO CO Vac Puck CO 12 Ox Can. (I IMs. No. 2 Scive Scliriolduy No.-2 Can. n l s ts. Siuml.-ird Pack NoL 2 Can. fl 1'ts. CC Tall Kvap. •1 C'lin's. 1/2 I'l. Ea(nmve 2 IHs. Pound CLEANSER Old Dutch 2 Cans. 0 Fts POTTED MEAT " bh> ' ' 0 Pfs. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE SOAP EMU ASSY CC46 07. 0 Pts. Alure « Pis. Bar 29 C I * 5' 18' 3 Ib. bag 59^ PEANUT ,12 O/. 0 Pis. 39 Weiners Skinless. Uesl Grades. Lb. 35c GREEN BEANS . ...ib VALENTINE STR1NGLESS LONG"GREEN— WELL FILLED PODS)CALIFO^NIA Ibs. t WASHED, SELECTED U. S. No. 1 QAULITY FOR SAI ' AI)S EACH LETTUCE LARGE'HEADS, ICEBERG -SOc POUND 10 SWEET TENDER—WELL FILLED EARS C( EAR V MEDIUM SI/E, FIRM GREEN HEADS^ T 2 POUNDS CABBAGE OHIONS TBXAS YR[ ' IjOWS ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT WATERMELONS RRD RIPB ' Flnce 81idn 1.SSSD y 5J :i I'OUNDS NEW CROP CALIFORNIA VALENCIAS POUND 17 12 FLORIDA MARSH SEEDLESS 7 1_c POUND I 2 EMBASSY -.'-.• SALAD DRESSING 29 COCOA ICED TEA Vz's Hershey's 0 Pis May Gardens n Pis. 8 Oz W 45 C Grade A Large : O.Pts. Dozen Preni or Treet 0 Pts. 12 Ounces SPAM, MARKET BAGS MOTOR OIL lh sr EMBASSY MARMALADE 2 Lb. Jar 0 Pts. C-H & B CATSUP 110 ' Jar ' 30 Pts. 49 C 65 C 29' 22 C CIGARETTES A Sr " For baking, fr>ing,t«ok- ^ing vegetables, HiimKo «cn«s e^ery cookini; purpose—enables >oti ^"to:BaVe butter for (able Now Point-Free ', Florirfas 8 POUNDS ORANGES WHITE SQUASH NEWPOTflTOES YELLOW ONIONS, LETTUCE 49 C 10' 5' Firm Heads ' POUND STRING BEANS LEMONS POUND BEETS CARROTS SPINACH Sunkisl. 360's POUND ' New Crop POUND 2 HUNCHES Fancy, Fresh 10 C POUND •• A If \ 4 to 6 lb. avg. !b. IVJ HAM Sliced lb Swift's Premium, lb BEEF ROAST, Grade A . ,.. v , . v : . r SPARE RIBS, Lean and Meaty ,: ; . : : * \b.22t SAUSAGE, Pure Pork : , . . ; v . : : . . lb.32* PORK CHOPS, center cut : . . ...,.'/:.- v- lb - 35 * SALT MEAT, Best Grade . . v . : : : < • 'b-2k BACON, Sliced, rindless v . . : : : . : v . lb. 39<£ LIBERTY SUPER MKT KROGER PIGGLY WIGGLY DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE /Buy »ny Krogtr bnnd'tU» UU K « «n M or better Mhan »ny other, or wUrrn uoMd fortloa l» original eonUlner tnd w« win flrt yt* 4o«N« Jftar money btck. - •-••••••- '———

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