The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1931 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 12, 1931
Page 6
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Osceola Society—Personal Mrs. James Driver Thursday afternoon entwtaliiNl Die two tnbla bridge club to which S!-.L> bslonzs and on cxlra table of guests M her / c'ounlry home south of Osotola. A delicious salsid course was served following tli* games and htijh score club prize was awarded Mrs. A. W. Bowen. Mrs. Clarence Carlyda win high score guesl prizs mxl Mrs. T. !^. Sliced low score favor. Guests besides the club mcmbors prc.wnt y.'cre Mesdames T. W. Snoe:l. Win. 'House, Clarence Carly-slp. Milton PO|X>, W. J. Sheridan, lien ni:t'.fr and Wm. Dyers. _, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Qiiliin and Wade Qnlnn sp?nl Wrdiicfday in Memphis. •• Mrs. Arthur Webb. Mrs. C. O Smith and Miss Luclllo Welch WJIT ' Memphis visitors. Wednesday. Mrs. L. B. Swill is improving after a week's illness chirm; which time she has been confined to her home here. A. J. Babrr of Mar-on, fia.. vrlic 1 formcrly lived in Osoenla.. is n h:n- incss visitor here this wc^k. Mrs. C. It. Moore Jr.. !?H n tow- days ago for Faycltevillc \vlu-re slio H'ill attend summer school >u ilir •University ot Arkansas. "Mrs. J. S. McGanls lias bern sv .riously ill of piJiMimoim at her honie bere for Ihe past week. She Is reported Improving. and Mrs. J. W, Golden spent Wednesday ai Carutheisvillc. Kansas Woman Holds Air Trafiic Position Hayli Society—Personal Mrs. J. A. Zimmer ivns hostess to the Young Women's Auxiliary of the Baptist church at her liomr Wednesday evening. A program followed tbe business session afk'i which diiiuty refreshments were served by (he hostess. Circle number I of the First Christian chuvch met nt the hoiur of Mrs..L. R. Condit WudnrMlay afternoosi. Devotional service \vns led by Mrs. J. W. Hhodc.!. A short business session * followed alter which refreshments were served by tlio liostess. ' Members of the First Christian church enjoyed a picnic Sunday ni Brown's Ferry. Swimming ntul 112:1' ."idlng was enjoyed nud picnic ;-.mcli was served at noon. .Morris B. Reed of Memphis was the guest of his imcie. W. T. Nethery, Tiiesiiay. Bill McHaiiBy who has bern visiting relatives here for mine time let Monday for Jackson. Tent)., t: visit for several weeks. . Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson tad ' as their guests Sunday. Mr. nml Sirs. E. A. Glover and Dr: and Mrs E. Yomigblood of Union Ci'.y. Term. Me-sdames Ed Moore. Win. Wilkei and D. R.. Slater spent Tuesday in •St. Louis. ' Mrs. Jim Hunt on and sou l?ft .for Memphis Tuesday where they will visit with relatives for t«o weeks. •Rev. and Mrs. J. n. Biillln^ KANSAS CITY, Miwoilli, (UP) — TCI Mis-; Dorothy Werner, of (ho Kn:i;:is f;:ty iLvl'Jiin o- r American Airs:-.ys. int., pars t!ic honor of lj-ii:i; the only vonian In Ihe L'nitiil Si.iie.s In hohl tlu- po-i- lion o[ ti.iilir JII.IUIL-.'L-I oi :i nia'tM- air liiif. After tl'roi 1 yours' osprrlfnce in piuiuo'.lo;] v.ork .sho w:is jjivon rluit.'i 1 o! (Urli.'l !-;.!r-i, mail r.r.d i-spi-os 1111 Ihn iMrw..y.', (ruin K;inv.s C:ily ;o si LcuL 1 . lind f}!l!i::M. R1T7 MATER | Friday ant! Saturday ! l.tslio ll(iu;inl Cum-liil.i C. Aulm'y Sniilh | E ;; Friday and Saturday Sec Ken May nurd • in 'Two Gun Man' Also Serial, "Phantom of the West", and Fables. Adm.—Matinee and Night— I0,niul 25c. Sunday and Monday 1JCROGEII STORES Formerly Mr. Bowers Store Announcing the opening of the new Kroger Store located in the old stand. The new store will be managed by the same personnel that has directed the Bowers Store for the past two years. Newly equipped with ^ refrigeration for the market^ Jl This is K. C. Stamped livef—The Very licsl—None Itoder. Sluiulik-i', lK'/,c Chuck, 1,1). 12c lirisket Ib. lOc mm mm I'niiiid 9C ' I'nund XUC LARD BACON I 'wind */lx Hollies 1 O /» I'OIIIK] ±^\f FRANKS I'ouml PIG LIVER I'omul Tic Meaty, Ib. 12k SALT MEAT ,r8c Klii'i-d round 20c | Hens and Fryers CHEESE Ib. 15c s K. C. Stained Iteef l»in, 1,1). 2!)c; 1'ur- . ter House. I.I). 20e Chuck Ib. 15c (•(.iinti-y. Chili • "tire I'mil ICE CREAM SALT S-Lb. Carton 9c I'lire iine Gn- 10 Ib. 45c TOMATO PASTE CRACKERS STE 7^ 25c or K|i:i!;hcUi ^|g — 2-l'<Hmd Cm Ion ^9C FRUITS FOR SALAD ^Tii-S 1 " PRUNES TOILET PAPER Select 2 Pounds Waldorf Roll 23c 25 c 5c I Also Comedy iind Fables | Maliiu-o—10 autl ;',0c Night—10 «nd Hoc.- Best Cream 24 Pound Sack 42c Delicatessen Specials BARBACUE HAM 65c SMOKED BAKED HAM ,,„„ 60c CHICKEN LOAF I'ouiul >Qc CHICKEN SALAD I'ninu! HAM SALAD Pound 45 c PiMENTO CHEESE Pound JELLIED CORNED BEEF,,™, 35c COLD SLAW Sunday and Monday Look Out For Tin SquiiTris! flfTf^. W* Also Comedy and News Adm.—Matinee and iNight- ^•..^ 10 and 2oc. &!§ An KKO-tl-ullu I'irturn Ilircctcd hv ]-j| .( lino Adm.—Matinee and Night— la nml -10c. Coming —. Clivo U rook ii "i.A\vvKi:s •SKCIU-:T- . ComiiijT — Joan Crawford ii ••LAUGHING S1NNKUS". Pound lOc (Jiiiirj HSc, Pint 1 !)c 'Smiill Holdc 7c GINGER ALE Country Cluli Quart 15r 1 A** Pint Kolfle A VIC 18c MILK 35c Tomatoes ^ 6c ORANGES I'loridas 5. 19C CORN KUT PLUMS : ..... APRICOTS "SI 12|c PEACHES Maxwell House, Canova, Minaret or Berkley Blend c CANTELOUPES Junilm K ' ln k'r c TOMATOES c POTATOES Ne %o lm d lOc lOc 2c Grapefruit Large and .Juicy Each 7k Ib. Can 26c MUSTARD BROOMS MALT Qmu-t 13C SlriiiK Spi'i nntry CInl) Karri 32 C Ci.n 43 C MOPS RICE LYE IO-0/.. Thread Fancv Hluc ftosc I iMcrry War Each 3 1 C 'oiind 3 C Can IOC TOOTH PICKS SALAD DRESSING BREAD DROLLS I! lloxes ^9C Country Clul) C < -k Quart 9 A C 5c APPLES ^'inesajjs 3 Lhs. 25c X\iMAS The Health Fruit 4"lDS« IfC COFFEE Hulk. Push BAKING POWDER SALT Roasted Pound K. C. 25-Oz. Can 3 I'lifkagDR 12k 19c lOc TEA PICKLES FLOUR '*"" Minaret 1-l-l.b. Packasc Sweet, Quart 31 c Sour or Dill, Quart Rose. .|S-],I>. Snck SI. 15 21-U>. Sack 19c 21 c 59c Ei Selected Do: E HOG LARD s-io p a u 93c

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