The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1941 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 6, 1941
Page 2
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PAGE:TWO BLVTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS KROGER PIGCLYWIGGLY • II At ANT 11 «*y MiMT tTM»4 ' PRICES FOR FRID «Y AND SATURDAY Rindless Bacon Fancy Sliced '' One Dozen Rolls FUEK pound 29c SAUSAGE 0. C. CHILI SAUSAGE SLICED BACON 19 25 STEWING OYSTERS 25 RED SNAPPER JACK FISH •Ib. 25 Wilson ? s Baked Hams 38c ROLLED ROAST ,„ 25 MINCEMEAT B nd LEG-0-LAMB Ib. Ib. 19c FRYING OYSTERS p( 33 TENDERLOIN ™ OUT lb 33 25 -0-Lean VEINED SHRIMP COOKED SHRIMP Salt Meat The Best, Ib. Ib. Ib. 35 15c ONIONS & RADISHES fAc 11 CUAU» niiiiMMM. ^ resh - 3Bchs - IU Htmvlio RHUBARB Chcrry R rM2i c |SWEET Sunkisl 5 for 10 Extra Fancy Firm, Juicy 2J for 25c Grapefruit Texas Seedless 9 or More in Mesh CHERRIES Fori ;;r: 101 PEACHES FRUIT— aeu»iaBiSU Avonclalc 2>/ 2 Can Avondale -^TT C "*' - 2!/ 2 can 14 To Keep In West Point Trim, Balance Calories and Exercise THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1941 I The lunge exercise I« one which hclpi keep down excen fat IP ' you do It properly. Idea I* to hold one foot in place, lunge ibarply forward with iood force, fwinfinf urns to horiiontal petition uen In this photo of Capt .Kinf, of Wert ^ Re 7 PINEAPPLE 25 Havapine r ( Flat Can 3 WAFERS CATSUP CORK FLAKES c Cub Vanilla M oz. Pkg. Scott Co. for Spotlight COFFEE Chanjij r» Kroger'i Kol-Diicd" »nd low <Hojc coffee "jiitcrs". L*4rn how rcttly yood fine co/ff* can 6 e ! SA\'£ op 10 a DIME: MATED C. Club Can 1 Pound 271 GRAHAM PEAS MILK Valentine Petit-Pois No. 2 Can, 2 for C. .Club jtlge. 0/6 small 20 C |MARSHMALU)WS" CRACKERS Wcsco, 2 Ib. box Grapefruit Juice 462 \f an 25c Orange Juice M£ A 46 oz. Can 2 for 35c By CAPT. VECTOR H. KING , Instructor ol Physical Culture* West Point 'U'riUt'ii for XEA Service ;• .WEST POINT, N. Y.—How about the weight question? Briefly, the answer is this: <• • Plenty of exercise plus too many calories equals too much gain in weight (.excess fat along with muscle). Plenty of exercise minus as many calories as you can spare, yel still remain healthy, equals a loss In weight, principally the undesirable -variety (excess fat). _ Little or no exercise plus too ninny calories equals cither a gain in undesirable weight (excess fat). or the opposite extreme—no fat and no mUscie either. Plenty of exercise plus just the right number of calories equals normal body weight. In all of trtese rules I am assuming a reasonable amount of sleep is obtained. Every rule has exceptions an'ci so have these, but they are fundamentally sound. Persons with thy- roid and other glandular disturb- -jinces will not necessarily react According to these rules, but they should of course consult a doctor, not a-physical trainer. BUT DON'T FORGET THE OTHER EXERCISES All •• this talk about calories reminds me that it is time to lunge. So here we go: From an erect position (attention) lunge weir forward to the right oblique on the count of ONE, at- the same time extending the arms to the side horizontal, palms up;;The leg remaining in place is straight, as in the illustration. Now ,'bCTid forward and clasp the arms around the right thigh on TWO. Return to the position of ONE on the count of THREE." Recover to the .starting position on FOUR. Do the -same to the left oblique on FIVE, SIX, SEVEN*, hnd EIGHT. Repeat several times in each direction. In the meantime, don't lorget to do fill your former exercises. Ealmore Ib. DRESSING, Embassy A l.oaf Free if We FaH to Mention .Clock Bread While You Arc Shopping. P. a G SOAP 25c - Strictly Fresh G'tecd I, N. BEANS . Clifton - : 3 Rolls \. ScqU _ ~ 2 Rolls lied Bowl Guaranteed 57c Keiser News Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Robinson had as their guest last weekend their son, Fred .Robinson, of Chillkolhe, Mo. Mr. Robinson is attending ChUHcothe Biusiness School there. 'Mr. 'and'Mrs. Maurice Little had as their guest last weekend, Mr. Little's sister. Mrs. BUI Splcer of Twist.. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cohn and Leonard Strosberg were in Memphis Monday and Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Conn's grandmother, Mrs. H. Cohn. Miss Helen Moore was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Elliott of Water Valley, Miss., weekend. Mr. and Mr.s. W. \v. Loren had as their guests last weekend Mr. and Mrs. .Howard Cole of Macon. Miss. ' . The Kelscr girls' Basketball tenir. will go to Fulton. M5,ss.. Fridaj where they \vill play the Fultoi. girls, 1039 Mississippi state champions. They will return to Keise, j Sunday. I Miss Ruth Bradford, sixth gradt i teacher for the past semester, haj. ! returned, to her home in Hcber i .Springs-where she will entrr biu^i- i ness. Mrs. T. W. Webster ntul children left P'riday for Chicago where they will make their home. Mr. Webster has been there for the past month. Dr. j. T. Polk returned ,Sat'jr- day. from a visit with relatives in FayeHeville and Dardnnclle. j Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Watts and | Miss Louise Tatc returned Sunday i from Pontotoc, Miss., where th»y i attended (he futirro! 'of- Mrs. KOU-THK LH;irri;s r r CAKK YOU BVKR TASTKI) THE jjainiy COOKING FAT MWmderfuU LIBERTY GASH GROCERS Prices Good Friday and Saturday Complete One-Stop Food Store Prices Good Friday and Saturday ^^^^^^•^•^^^•^^^•••••••••••••••••^••••B Orange Juice 46 oz. can 2 for Ha!ves in Syrup 2 Can for 23c CHERRIES No. 2 Can GRAPEFRUIT 12 13 APPLE SAUCE No. 2 Can 9 I IRItV'C LIDDI Q FRUIT Cocktail No . 21/: can Aft, 20 CRACKERS 2 Ib. Box 12 le the second , of the obllqne luitfe. Horizontally outstretched arms are smartly wrapped around thl g h as you lean forward. Be sure lev that remains ii Chase & Sanborn Coffee Tomatoes BS 4 for 22c Milk Swift Brand 3 Large £ Small Cans nr U Cans or v Cans GRAPE JUICE 23 NOODLES Sea Shell 2 Ib. box 14 POTTED MEAT can 2 1c Ql. 19 FLOUR 22 oz. Pkg. 5 HOMINY iS 7 o. 21/, Can a for PORK & BEANS N " c ;f 5 PEANUT BUTTER 0 , 19 Fish sn *r 25c '°*?" 29c Deviled 1 Ac Fresh Crab. Each -*-" Spanish Steamed r« Mackerel Each. ^ 23c Watts' mother. MJ\S. Hudson. Mrs, Watts had been with her mother during her illness. Torii and Doyle Ghism of Matthews, Mo., spent Monday in Keiser on business and visiting friends. : 'Mr. and Mrs. Hugic Hudson and son spent last week here visiting Mr/and Mrs. J. K. CWlcls, Mr. and Mrs, .J. \V. Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walk. Mrs, Coleman Crevv.s Is ill m, her home this week with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Miles had as''their guests last Saturday Mr. and .-Mrs.. Barry Cannon, of Min- tcr City. Miss. Purvi.s Milc.s returned .with them for a visit, , Lewis Haynes, pharmacist- in the KcJ-ser Drug Co.. lofi .Sunday to accept- a job in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Brock had as-their guest Tuesday, Bill -Swan, jf Marked Tree. Stanley Bruec left Tuesday for Paris Island, S. 0.. where he will jo ••stationed with U. ti. Marines. Sixteenth century elite did not use simple cups. ' All cups were ilaborately madf by .such workmen a- 1 ? Cellini. | ' t •' SWIFT'S PREMIUM SPRING LAMI^ Lamb = 22c«29c ::: 20c" 15c ^••^•^•^••i^^^^^HI^Mj^^^H Beef SWIFTS SELECT HIEFER Prime Rib or Shoulder Round, Ib, CAIKAfiC OAUOAUt Country. Bought -|C from Farmer, Ib. 19 i /(* Thlck" C Rlb I If A fefcV r o»nd AVV BACON Stew Brisket or Rib Found 15c BUTTER Swift's Brookfield lb. 35' NECK BONES 5 SPARE RIBS lb. 15 Sugar Cured *!£< Sliced Jowl, lb. 13 OLEO Ib. 9 I1AMC nfima Frcsh !>orK - jb SALT MEAT Bcst 12V FREE! with eccU ONE POUND DURKEE'S MARGARINE Grapefruit Potatoes 1=1 15c ORAHGES Do/.. 15 Ib. BRUSSELS SPROUTS 17 Country 1)07. 19c Meal ?J! 38c SOAP \ for 25 RINSO Large *2 Boxes 35 LIGHT HOUSE Cleanser •\ Cans 4 for lOc Apples T3Jc TANGERINES Do/.. 12 RUTABAGAS Tw t 1 c PARSNIPS 6 Soap Crystal White lOc Calumet 15 L PUREX Pint 9 Ql. 15 String- Each 20 OXYOOL Distributed by NUNN PROVISION CO, Cherry •a»ci. RR Phone- Bls-ihcvllic; Ark. Gianl Box Victory Extra High Grade

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