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PAGE TWO BLYTHBVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. O. W. McCutcheu having Thursday Contract club. First Baptist cliurch w. M. U. executive board meeting with Mrs. K. F. Blomeyer, 1031 W. Ash St. Harwell, clatightc-r of (lie Hov. and Mrs. Alfred K. Harwell, o! Uniwus- ville, Tenn.. iimt Mr. Alvln J. Hoi- ley, of this city, was .subiiml/cd at Ih;: 1'onie of the ijridc's |»rents Tuesday. Her father read the: donliio lins! ceremony at high noun with only Miss Eve Harwell, daughter of members of her family prescn!. The Mr. and Mrs. Oouelas A. Harwell j bride wore an uitriu-tn-c frcrk of of Friendship, ftnn... will become while sircer creix- cut in i.iihoucitc the bride of Mr. Allen Crcnshnw c lines and a wide brim hat of while. Huddloston, also of this city, in a She carried an aim bouquet of old Miss Eve Harwell Weds Allen Crenshaw Hucldleston Miss Bcrnicc Harwell Weds Mr. Alvin j. Hollcy The marriage Miss mrnlce ceremony to be solemnized 'clock. The Rev. Sam D. ihe Jonesboro district, of Method-! ] loine 1st churches, will read tin; rltunl DOIIITI before a small gathering of rcla-' lives and friends at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Houuins, 485 : , The cride will wear a model ofij pouclre blue peep-hole crciw, fash-i. loncd wilh a tailored frock nnd a' in lusliioncd floweis in pastel shades. After a brief honeyymoon spenl In emphls Mr. Hollcy and his bride 01 , l.avc arrived here and no'.v at at the Wert apartments on oilman avenue. Djcaiiso o( the Rev. Mr. ll:ir- cll's serious illness, plans lor a ore elaborate wedding were aban- >ncd and lhc bride's fnihci asked ic vows from his bed. Tim bride is well known litre. wllh the entire setting; against n buckgrotind, of fnlla;;) 1 . Tlie lw:it»] tallies «orc in kvcplnx with u told and w-iilte motif c-inplmiy.-d tliru- 0111 the party. Mrs. Wulkev II. Huk.-r uem UrM licnors in ti';c bridge game, hosiery, Miss Stevens was presents! ;i liiblc llRht and handkerchiefs »<-n- given Miss Eve Hnru-e.ll, another Ijride- cleci, and Mri. Cailelcn <;. Hinlih jr.. n Out recent brklc. o[ town {,'1'eMs were Mrs Kucene Sllll, of Plymouth. N. C.. and Mis. John Hawjx-i- Jr. uud Mi-,. Jack Jtopkc, of Caruthi-r.M-illi.-. IMsl Matrons Will (.'onipllmtiit Officials. Members of Hie I'.isl Mulrans club of the local chapter nj the Order ol Eastern Star will i-nti-r- laln slaic ollicials wllh n U'ls evening b^lorc llicy jjo 10 Oscenla |nr ,1 M!- ly o[ members ot c-liapi.cij at O.s- ceola. Wilson. Blytliei-ille and Hullman. Mrs. K. P. lilomeyrr, pivskk-m ol the Past Mulron-i cliil), nil; be Hie Bits oj Netcs Mostly Personal FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1984 Mrs J. w. Adams. Mrs. M. FiU-1 •= knee-lcuslh coal. The coat is clau-i u '- :L 're she resided for several years oralely cut wilh a fullness across before recently BO!I>B lo Drowns- the back and In the sleeves and ville r father b:-:ame pas- there is a touch of navy hi the l °r ° r the First Baplial church wooden buttons on the dress. Her llu>rc - Eil= received her later edn- hat Is a wide brim navy felt Irlm- callon at Cenlrnl college, Con way, med with a band of while garden-.'" k -. " IKi Is also widely known tern !ES and other acc;g>orlcs arc In "'Ural Arkansas, havin- lived at the same shade. SmT will wear a - Iic !;. Springs for n number of years, shoulder corsage of gardenias. '. Mrs. Robblns. who will be her sister's nmlron of honor, will wear a pink figured chiffon dress cut in straight lines lo the knees and'i, „, ,, . „ , then flared to the floor. Her arm "" B!rll " lK >' ' :ltl >' I The bridegroom, who is asslsl- ( . ant manager »' ll:e J. c. Penney iftore hero, is :m iicllvt leack-r ol | ihe Flr=t Oaptlsl chnrc-h. bouquet will be of mixed garden Mrs. Charles A. Wixxl .surprise:! . her daughter. Mnrjorle, W nh a party Wednesday nltcnnnn because It flowers. "Mr. lx?roy Huddleston his brother's best man. .-The service will "DC perlormed 1 tR b| C6 arranged on Uie 1 iwn before an embankment, of ferns Evelyn Smart won high her Hth birthday. The 18 guests played Miss and snillax flanked with noor bas-! u m mirUme IO K cabin filled with kets of pink roses and blue corn lllap r c ke nrl!t. Miss Jnnc McAdiims flowers, only these flowers will be , v mi the travcllns award slutlon- used in lhc other dccoratloiis. <, r) -, alld Mlss AUa } ,^. ' slmmom which will be used in the livine was B ivcn n handkerchief lor the and dlnniB rooms. The bride's wedding ring will be the same ring used by the bride- rated with a selling of rardcn lloiv- groom's inolher when married SO.ersfor the four small tables The years ago today, and has also been p |,,k lln( i srcrll motlf W . 1S „„„,,„_ worn by three oilier members of her family. After an informal,reception, during which an ice course will be] and corn flowers"" served. Mr. Hudilleslon nnd his The hosleis was assisted bv bride will leave for a motor trip to ~ Miv> Carey Woodliurn, .service of- llcer cf t:'c Herman Davis post, of Veterans of Foreign Wars, went to l.ltttc Hock today In attend a service school, she plans lo retnn Sunday. Those planning lo intend I lie dis- Irlci li. Y. r. U. meeting at Helena icday and tomorrow irom ihls cily arc: J. I", l-'rleild. state presl- <li-nt. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lewis, Misses Annie I>aur!e Collins, Helen Hood, Mildred Hood, Willie Marshall, Virginia Tompklns, Annabelle al ihe noii-i Noblcl^'-acy. Eslclle Hawks and Emmallnc P.ige, Mrs. Paul L,. Tipton, John Holland and Milton Graham Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rose, who formerly resided here when Mr. Hose w.is manager of the Trinity- farm Construction company with licadquarler.s in Hlylhevillc, spent j yesterday, lu the city enroutc to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Fniley have returned from several days visit in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ware jr., ol slmmous, Mrs. Herman Cross, Mrs, Uuthrlc Klnu, Mrs. James Hill jr., Mrs. G. (j. G'aiidill and Mrs. James H. Clark. Robert, Cherry, of Schenectady, N. Y.. will arrive this afternoon lo the (iicsl of his brother, J. Lculb Cherry, and Mrs. Cherry. Mrs. Flo Goodman and sons. Gnss HiKl Rush, returned Irom Memphis yesterday after visiting Mrs. D. L. Mcaclmni mid Mrs. Ola nice for two weeks. Mrs. Nunnaly Wade and sons, James IJonald and Jesse Nunnaly, of Danville, Tciin.. are visltiiia Mrs. Wade's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J II. Humphrey. UIKHI their re - WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON- Review Goldtu Text: Luke 1:33 Die International Uniform Sunday Sc-huul I.esfun for June 24, 11Y >VM. K. GILROY, I). D. Kditor of Advance The rcvio*- of the quarlcr'i> lessors Is under ihe excellent Utle, "1'lic Comprehensive Jcsns." I Program ot We- do not (|iilte think of lornial l>liins fur programs In connection liivn Tun-day they will be accom- 1 wll) , 1 lhc work of Jt '™ s - Wc thlnk panic to Memphis by Mr.-, Hum- I' 1 "" 1 ..™J'",. as " J"™ 1 lcachw plircy \ffio Is going to Hot Springs visit with rela'tivcs. whose methods were very much adapled lu the ago and conditions In which he lived. As we picture him going about. loaf.mlstro.ss. A lour ccnirs; menu will be served in Un. main dining ruoiii al a table- dmi-ati-d wilh .liuii- Mowers with covers laid for W. Honored guests will be: Mrs. Lu- In Coruwell of 1'lm- mull, gland worthy matron. Dr. L. E. Tucker o[ Monelle, grand woili;y [lairon, Mrs. Charles Alford of tbu i-lty. grand Martha. Dr. n- a Ellis cl Monette, gran dsentlncl, Mrs. T. R. Jogan of Luxora, grand dciiuly lecturer of the 15lh district. Manila High Graduates Giillilec and Jiiden. it would seem almost that much of his ministry was casual and Incidental In its method. There were, apparently, no staled limes ami seasons ihai he apiioiuicd wlien,_ people could meet, him. It was not a mailer of yolng to eliurcli at 11 o'clock or at I i A Tl 11 ' ^- ^t would seem rather Mm Here Are HirCC Recipes j wherever llc (ound 'the people and Warm Weather Lunch-|S B S >Portunil3r " c pr ° s<mtc<1 hLs con Dishes i ., • • . \ct Jesus did have a plan and r Salads such us Itiese, arc nour- - islilnif and refreshing. And wlth. !cn below). Cut aiKHvichcs and a beverage are snf- 1 ' 1 '"' arrange In program. Here and 'there we get, glimpses of the very effective organization that apparently he loiir.ed. Flrsi of all, he chose Ihe twelve dljciplcs, and gradually they were banded lino a very real fellowship. Then we have evidence of his appointing 10 others whom he sent about, two and two, t lnto the various villages proclaiming the mcs- cagc of liie Kingdom. It may be even lhal. though Jesus did not see things by a clock, lie did arrange raihcr ded- nliely to meet his disciples at different times and places. There is certain.'/ some plan and consecu- liveness about ihe Sermon on the Mount, as we have ii recorded in Hie Gosi>cl of Matthew. Our quarter's lessons begin wilh an Easier lesson—lhc ihemc of Hie rissu Lcul. which is also the theme of another lesson during the quarter. We have presented to us the fundamental nature of the Kingdom in the humililyiind child- liker.ess through which one mas enter into it. in Ihe forgiveness ivnlcli must characterize all who have the Kingdom in iheir hearts n the spirit of devotion and loyal- y with which one must lake It. su- )rcme, nnd hi lhc standard ot greatness for c\cry citl/cn. * »' • From Ihis m'cluic of the Kins!o:n and its citizens, we pay; to the privileges nnd responsibilities of the Kingdom. We have a les- EOII on Jesus as Us king. Wc arc Drought face lo face with the law of lhc Kingdom lu love on? lo- ward another, and we liave emphasized the faei (hat II is a Kingdom of judgment as well as of !ove and mercy. Thru inlo the greatness of Mil;; Kingdom, and over all tlin Inpei that Ihe disciples had conceived ot Us establishment on earth, there comes the shadow ot the dress, wilh its tr.-igic picture of Culvary and the glorious portrayal of tire resurrcclion. H is indeed a ^comprehensive program, both in iis social .scope. and in all thai II presents for the 'iidivlriiiHl soul. The half j-f.n-'.s I'ssciis end on the highest note .11 the New Testament, More we urn lo a ne«- quarter's.studies In l»! Old Testament. . lettii a " nc:ent for luncheon when the man l:ir B c salad bowl, of Hie house is away. mixture on the How. Salad One small cabbage; one and one'. 1 * 0111 ' H'is dressing over all: one phni-| Ollc teaspoon lettuce in slices seasoniui?. Blend wilti a little 'moose. Only tlucc days old when the IMiltom of a Chiffoiiade dressing (given below)' found in lhc woods n<\n- heie. 11 K the first and fill loma'.ucs with a mixture.. no-,v a hiibky ymm«sler lliat con- Iho Pn,,>-,^ I , , me tomato, cut In slender sectio ns. had enroutc lo Helena for a brief stay. Their son. Dick, who accompanied them, remained for a vlsil. with Hunter Sims jr. Mrs cups left over cooked one half chicken. spoons sugar; one half two table- mato cup tocaUsup: two tablespoons of mmr | s 0 ; Ihe lop. It, is made as follows: I One half teaspoon salt; one ten- ! spoon sugar; one cigluh teaspoon' paprika; one teaspoon Worcester-i sliire sauce; one half cup olive oil; pelier Seminary celebrated its lOOlh I Seminary 100 Years Old MONTi'EUER. Vl. (UI'> —Mutll- olive oil; one tablespoon vinegar; one fourth cup vinegar; one hard-j Commencement this month. II U n . ill •'"• v ra ">' Knl 2 n t. of Rtdgetop, i Mold Kcunion at Lake' 1 ' 0111 '. ^ lhe Mis. Uusscll MANILA.—Belwccr graduates of tlir and Manila lull low fcore prl/e. 'Hie yard was attractively ileco- sized In i.r.e refreshments of pins- apple sundaes and cake and In the Individual corsages ot swcctneat Hot Springs and Bella Visla. Upon their return in TC-u days they will lie at home. Jor the present, it Itw Hotel Noble. Guests who are in" Memphis for the wedding are: Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harwell of Fi-lcnd-shlp. Tenn., parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crenshaw Huddleston, parents of the • bridegroom, nnd Mr. •nd Mrs. Whitlow Brlnkley, Ark.. Mrs. of Plymouth. N. C., Sawyer, ot Eugene Slill Mrs. John Frank Brewer am! Miss Mary" Fiances Stacy. Compliment Mix* Irma Barnes. JEawyer Jr., of Car^lliersvillc, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Watson, and Miss Mary Ellen Slevcns, of this city. Entertains Club. Mrs. Ross D. HIIJ'.-.CS hail members of the Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. Patty Knight' of Kidgctop, Tenn., houseguesl of Mrs. Russell Phillips, and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, lo play cards at J:er home yesterday morning before the usual weekly luncheon. Mrs. Isaacs won the prize, a. breakfast set, and Mrs. Knight was given handkerchiefs. A two course menu was served nl £inall tables dccoraled with tiny bouquets of colorful blossoms. • * * Baptist Women. Visit Hegro Methodist Churrli. The Personal Service club of tr.e First Baptist church has been meeting u-iih the negro women of (he Cater Temple Methodist church for 'our afternoons (his week when c|>e- cial messages wore given 0:1 "Pray- number of Iwtb white Miss Ini(ti Laura Hat lies, bride- elect, who iins been gui-st, of hoimi at--fcvrral sliowcrs Ihk week, was given a kllchen shower -Thursday afternoon when Mines. ' George Shanks. A: M. Church, Harry Wcld- man nnd n:n Wiggins had 20 guesls lor a bmico parly. Black eyed susnu. swcclpcas and rosi-s were used lo decorate the liouse nnd Miss names' chair v attractively marked with flowers. The presents were arranged on table by this chair. Tn the bunco games Mrs. W. Tucker won a vnso for lil a h score a bowl went lo Mrs. L. E. Gay lor low score and Miss Mini; u-sgelfs gifl for the traveling award was a salt, and popprr set. An ice course was served. Announcement lias been made ol lhe marriage of Miss F.vn 1/uisler and line] Hnlley, bolh of Ihis cily Justice Oscar Alexander prrloruuxl Ihe ceremony on May 5. llriile-Kli-rt llnnnrrd Wilh llrldcc I.unclicun. Mrs. Harry Kirby. Mrs. A. Coir*ay and Mrs. l|. [|. Houcr.ins cnlcilain- ed with a morniiij bridge party and luncheon Thursday in hoimv ,.[ to twoceks clpc below). .lone cup sour cream. Mix sail uudiccoked egg chopped "fine. Mix salt, I Remove the outside leaves of 6l| S«r together ami add the vine-' sugar paprika and egg logcthcr ; f"™ 1 ^'™'' the cabbage and cm off the stalk'Bar and oil slowly. Beat in lhe| Add Worcestershire sauce, llien! OUOrd ypuf close lo the leaves. Cut out ecu- catsup and finally add the cream vinegar and oil. alternately, bi-al- • Health ~~ Icr of huud, wash carefully and' beating it in gurdually. Enough for Ing constantly. Serves four. I i place In Ice water for an hour. I "ve. j 1. ^ ^^ , • Uratn dry. Shred (he center and! IU\ui liaskct s.i^.^ i ^^.-^^m-W.^ suliool are expsctrd lo attend lhe second annum ri-imion of ilu- Mn- illii lll;h .school Aliiiiini a-wocla- ion nt Hlg I.nki! lliis afternoon. included in (hose [ircrem «-|ll te rraduntes who now live al Detroit Kansas City. Mo.. M.nlon, fnd.. Llt- tlf Hock and Blyll-eville. The associnllon. formed in ID.w "X'.rSr'VSm'^or 0 the' ^dcU^hi''^'^ Wt"" '^ George M. Morcland.' Commercial Uv ."f' Appeal columnist, will IK Hie gucsl .' [105 e from Ihis cily who nttend- Nashvllle drov,. ?.rr nwv^mrtnv 1 ' Mol " cn wilh Ul ° ' nr ™t'0" dvera-'ctips lima'beatis;' Mrs V i ,,lc an, irf J d " A -i::!«- I! f "/ llc ^f '*»<» ^ ^« '>™^ °>« »nall onion IX-.-C1, are in Meinphis toslav I' ' " 1caV(ls Of the cnbb "B c tn'R™'"!; two tablespoons minced- Mrs. U. W. M™imS iSid grand if,^?^-"" - ? PC " ''^ Lil> ' Ul ^? cle «'- ««"«• «rlps crisp bralto one lablcspoon n:iby Moose F:unily 1'ct ST. GEORGE. Me. tUP) -The Eartc Barter family |iel is a baby KILL. FIIES.MOSQUITOIS AMDOTHEf) INSECTS , speaker, others program . will be J. J. Yarbrough. supjrin- lendent of Crulshead county schools II. I'. Geaslin of Blowal), aiul M C Outlaw of Ulydievllle, all former high school teacbcrs. Invitations were extended bv Roy Skinner, secretary of (he assocla- llon. \ -— ™~ • -• ^ M1»B»BHH BVM CLEANSES BETTER You c.nn't B d tlic Inistivt. iasrcdicnls from Jccn-^-inint williput rlicwing—,. m | tlltongUoul Ihe iiitc.ilinra nail silnpli.'i prcniMla ulivu juirc that if n,.^l,.,| CloRpeiL ;iry ivtiM.: ninllrr lic.-.inn , snfl Out it fiots — h-avinj! Hi,- w»||., of in- tc.slir.fj clcansal uf jililri.] in;,ll t | [)(•- inoiM l-wn-n-niinl i, || l(! rh-nving pun laiativc lli.-il riili<l<i l|, c n i,| ,,f n: ,i nn . ] t II a llinronqh ,l(...,isi, IK ]„..(!„. || n , , c! , .ill iliscwnlnrls. i-crii-.-1-iiiinl t-.inhhcj bxilive drrscl. "IVby" ij it.ingrroii< — clirw l-'ccn-a-mint for ™n>lipiliun. ]j c »nj iiic >t druggiiti cvcryn-licic. gar: one hard cooked egg. chopped fine. Mix logether salt, sugar andi eeg. Add vinegar and oil and beat' '.thoroughly. i Spring Salad '• One head lettuce: eight slender spring onions; eight, small sliced New Face Powder cd the beneni, bridge parly at Liu-! ora Jasl evenlni; were: \(.-. and. „ _ Mrs. Roland Green. Mr. aiui Mrs. j radishes; three staYte "ratery;""oiie special C. G. Kidman. Mr. and Mrs. E. cucumber- one tomato F. Bloincyer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl! Buckley, Misses Ruth and Marguerite Matthew?, 'Fred Poor complexions and o!d looking skins Inck protection. Preserve I your skin with the new wonderful' Face Powder MELLO-Ol.O used by I s> many beautiful women. Its tint and finish are so i youthful. MELLO-GLO Slavs mi Cut in small slices onions, rad-; longer, prevents large pores and rest pow- irritate 50c and H. —Adv. 8 •jishcs. celery, and cucumber. Com- j spread's so smoothly Pure' • | o" 1 l,. a "- tl .-.. l ?J:;,_" 10 ™ UE l lly . wilh "" mncle »n" ^s not.' W. M. Owen. Mrs. Joe Dillahunty, French niousselinc dressing tgiv- ' >imr skin. 5 er." A large MLIS Mnry Stevens, bride- and negro women have altemlert these meetings taught by Mrs. Den Harrison. Mrs. A. C. hlnylock is chairman of tr.c club. Compliment Ilridc and Bridegroom. Mr. and Afrs. Harry Fi , elect, or Mr. L. c. II. Yiums. ol Os- crol.i. The allair wns given at ihe Kiiby • ionic irincli w ; is (specially b'-aiiii- lied with lilies, snapdragon-! ano rcsea atiractively arranged lu ih.e living and dining rooms. For luncl 1 tho M X1 ,t. si ,. .,,„,. 5C . llC[| al 0 . 1( . tool? \vhich l:nd \ Ths gue^t list was limited to the! THOUSAUDS OF most intimate, friends ot the hon-! 9 m m--~* ored guests. i Garden Ho-vcrr, formed i-- e c-n-i terpiece. lor the table arranged Jor* the three cour&j menu. ° ' J MB. UqiJey. was before her mar- 1 ' rlage Tureday. Miss mrnicc Har-' »'*ll, of.Brownsville. Term '=• WOMEN SAY HAS HELPED THEM In-our-advci-liscinent of last night we (uioleil Turkish Towels-5 for 50o. whereas it slmtild have, been 18x34 Turkish Note the tarse si«- of ihi, highly .ibwbrnl ton-rl. whi.h l.'.i a fancy border. 6 £or 5Oc QRABER'C ^^^^ DF.PT STnPFS "^ DBPT. STORES Shoes All \Vlii(c Vitality Health Shoes. §fi vaiui-.s. $ A .95 All oilier nt.ikeo; in While. Si.no and So values. $0.95 One lol nf While tihocs, broken sizes. ?4.50 nnd $5 value,. $0.45 There nre iihiic-n that arc- worth your consideration. Every pair offered in this wile are this season's shoes . . . No old slock. New Economy riiono :,9l.\v lnir»m Bid*. Blithtvillr. Ark. EVERY-DAY •SPECIALS* Dr. Miles Nervine 89c Mexican Heat Powder 21c Frenz Sanitary Napkins Kotex Sanitary Napkins lie 60c Syrup Pepsin 15c 40c JMcKfsson Shaving Cream Groves Chill Tonic )7c Primm's Chill Tonic 39c Peechee While Cleaner 19c Tuxedo Shot! Cleaner 15c §l.f)0 Fara-INylliiiin, Ihe Perfect In- _testinall_ Lubricant !)0c Cashmere Bouquet .Soap, 3 2. r n: bars 27c A_|ljH^^oapH, per Bar 4o Hiucs Honey & Almond Cream Me IQe Gainsborough Powder Puffs 4c Powder 98c Cotys Face l^owder and Perfume 98c I)r : WCH| Tooth Brush 2<)e Kuhbing Alcohol, I'lill Pint ir>e S2 Electric; Fan JS1.39 Electric, Fan $3.29 FLY SPRAY BLACK FLAG Pint BLACK FLAG Qtiarl /IP FLY SPRAY Pint /IP FLY Quart - • 48° W 24° SPUAY 4QC Alarm Clocks Hanrl Alarm Good Time-Keepers 98c S2.(IQ Kvcr I5e;idy Shaving Brush 98c We Serve Only Fortune's All Cream Ice Cream 1CK CKKAM SODA .rtimbo MALTED MILK Double Hich - - I'OKTL'NKS KRO/ENinC MALTED MILK - OHANGEADK 1J>C .Iimibo J-U Dtlicinus Toaster! 1F»'' HANDWICIIKS - - - U We Use Only the Best Al Our Fountain .20' 10 C S2 Picnic Jugs Keeps Hot or Cold Heavily Insulated I Gallon Size $1.29 $1.50 1/2 Ga!. Jug - - 98c McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY FREE DELIVERY Specials for Saturday and Monday PICNIC HAMS FRYERS SOUSE -I to S I,b. Aver, ^ou nti 16c F.resli. Full Dressed Pound 38 c Fresh Pound 15c NECK BONES Fresh found SPARE RIBS HENS BACON PORK ROAST Fresh Full Dressfd Pound I'otind 18c In The Piece Pound 15 c Lean Pound BUTTER Golden Ho<i I'nund CHEESE Philadelphia Cream :t I'acdages 27c 25 c Valley I'iirk Pou nil 12c BEANS Klylheville. Cut. No. Cans for 25 c CABBAGE IWPOMOES SQUASH SOAP Nice and Orccti Pouml 2c No. 1 Itcd 1'ound 2c \VIii le Tound 2ic 0. K. 10 Hars Old .ludge i'OlllllI CGRIN SNAP BEANS FSxcello. No. 2 Can 29c lie Fre.Hh Pound MAVONNA1SK LYE_ FLGIR King Ta«tc Pin I All Hi-amis Square Deal IS-Lh. 25c 25c 31.65

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