PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Food Prices Down To Stay Down AT KROGER'S & PIGGLY WIGGLY Rindless Bacon Kwick-Krisp, Sliced! One Dozen Roils Free, Ib. 29c Frying Chickens Ib 39cliking Kens. . Ib. 25c Cultivated Select Oysters Pint 35c CATFISH STEAKS . 3Cc SPANISH iMACKEREL lb.23c A REAL VALUE For the Last Time Tender Sugar Cured PICNICS 6 to 8 Pounds Average SNAPPiE SMELTS per Pound FRESH RED, Ib. 25 *=j Fresh Shipment "101 Pound •*'2 Cultivated Extra Standard OYSTERS Pint 25c MMMDMn^BM Tenderloin Trout Ib. 33c Fresh-Veined SHRIMP Ib. 25c Luxora Society—Personal course on Christian Brotherhood was taugnt by Mrs. Ray D- Jonn- aon. 'i'ae wurneu tnea adjourned. ,or a social hour and refresnment. •me kev. Ben ion B. Baney was a. guest. une Little River District League Union, rn«iC Monday mgnt ai the Mewiouist cnurcn. 'me Dyess young people presented a program on "oeorge Washington— C THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1941 by MJSS £>ess Tnomas. vvouiens to_.|.v,y ui (jim-anaii served rcu'eanmtjius. A group of young peopi eirom Marion ana jo;^ea the union. Ocaer town.* I'e^reacniea inciudcu 'Lepauto, xij- ruiAV wait ton, and Mai-Ked Tree. • Private uienn iviooauu rcau*»oo to seana, Aia., alter spending a lew any* here Wica h,s parents, Ivir. ana Mrs. B. «j. Mcuann. MID* .M.UI-C mun Una ivturrel 'Gene Daaas spent faacurddy tii Fine to or Boil, Ib. 121c JAMS Washed Triumphs 10 Ib. Bag 15 AP! Tuesday Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson and Mrs. Charlie MifTlin, co-hostess, entertained Tuesday at the Hudson home, with a bridge luncheon. Out- of-town guesis were Mrs. Gus Hall, and Mrs. Roland Green,- of Blythc- villc, and Mrs. George Cone, Mrs. Sam Coble, and Mrs. H. C. Davicl- 'son. of Osceola. High score honors went to Mrs. Elizabeth Siliman, low, to Mrs. J. I, Mifflin, and consolation to Mrs Grover C. Driver, Sr. * * » Honors Book Club The 19. members of the Luxora Book Club were special guests, of Mrs. S. J. Smith Tuesday evening for dinner. After dinner, Mrs Smith announced that Bingo would W- w be the entertainment for the eve-1 A'u'/auu mrs. G. T. White, Mrs. ning. Many attractive prizes were k- £• -JOaUicu, and Mrs- ivi. na^ey, displayed. j 01 hngiana, were re-wiic gueocs keen. After the games there was a — — — ~ round table discussion of current family spent Sunaay in events, books recently read and \vuu oifcur son, ucary Minor, ana lectures attended by various mem- jarmiy. ivnas Joyce Cox recently returned to tne home or her parents irom tne i-iyess iicspuai, wncrc sne has been ui Wicn pneumoma. Mi£s Myrcle iNonuan, accompanied oy jnorene' Jones, spent faat- uraay in uoiinth, Miss., wicn her - . sister, Mrs. H. c. Mc^ee, and Sun- souri. Ann- Claire had them for' day with her aiiac, Mrs- J. N. lunch Saturday. Mrs. R. C. Lang- f HvOierson at Belmont, Miss. spent the Cox returned to his home m Jonesooro Saturday after visaing here • witn nis auuo, Mrs. Mrs. t/u .t^n^uc. .bin rvuuor and Slumber Tarty Ann Claire Wilkins had as her guests for a "Slumber party' at, her home Friday night. Sara Posey, Sara LanRston, and Bettye Charlotte Ciitliph, of Charleston, Mis- TSIRRiPS with Tops... Boh. 5c YELLOW mm 3 Ibs. tOc GRAPEFRUIT Texas Seedless 3 For (> Pounds ORANGES Florida 25 for 25 •*• ^ t Tests FINER /A N 6 'lf R HP LEflOING JOSTLY BRftNDS!, Top-crop wheat, milled through finest silk to produce a siorc refined flour . . . has ihc whitest color possible to obtain from hard wheat . . . Baking-Tntcd to assure uniform results. KROGER'S COUNTRY CLUB FLOUR VVinesap, 2 Dot 25c ORANGES ston, entertained the group Satur-j ; day afternoon with a matinee theater party and Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith, had a; supper party at the Osceola Pig Stand, later going to the picture show. | Sunday, Bettye Charlotte was accompanied to her home at Charles! ton by Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Ann Claire Wilkins and Sara Langston for an over night visit with her' parents. Mr. and Mrs. P T Cufc- Illiph. ! * * » Attend Osceola Lecture Luxcrans who attended the lec- i ture by Dr. Hurrey under the aus- j pices of the Osceola ... Rotary club, .Friday night at the Osceola Bap; ti.st church were the Rev. Ralph ! Douglas, Mrs. E.- R. Bogan, Mrs. Tex. Seedless Lge., Doz. |< H - w - Spann, Miss Horence Rush, • Mrs. S. J. Smith, Mrs. C. B. Wood, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Majors. •Dyess Personals The Methodist Women's Society ! of Christian Service met in regular j f session Monday afternoon at the • \ home of Mrs. R. L. Kersey. After ' a short business. session, a study- Fine Quality, 3 Behs- Special FREE DEAL 1 10-oz. C. Club Baking Powder FREE when you purchase a 24 Ib. bag ot C. Club Flour ("or 79c Miss Bess Tnomas wecK. end with her parents in Bee branch, Ark. Road 14. P. T. A. will meet Tuesday night for their regular month- jy meeung. Tne social hour will be conducted by the Misses Irene j Barn Weil and fiorene Jones. Mrs. i Joiin McKaskle is the president. Miss Francoy Komuson was a weekend guest in Climon, Ark., wicn iriends. The Gins. High School Economic | Club, accompanied by their teacn- j er, Miss Lucaie Gray, met wil't the ' F. P. A. boys on Wednesday afternoon in the new Agri building. A poem. 10 rules and a short talk on '"^Aicty" was presented by the chapter members. After which a round table discussion on. -tor the Coming Year" was led ujsir sponsor, J. S. Olive. ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGESTj, Campbell's Soup Except Chicken Mushroom 3 for 25c C.CLIIB lo ^7 c »» 19 CAMPBELL'S H ° Ca li Ell SOUP 2 for 25 CRACKERS C. Club 1 Ib. 1 CRACKERS 2 Ib. Box CAKE FLOUR SWANSBOWN Cake Flour 1'kir. 2? C. Club No. 2> /2 can. 2 for 15 KLCN at 10 a.m. & 3 p.m. RITE PRICE STORE One and only ; 111-113 E. Main In Blytheville Across From Bakery BEST FOR LESS EVERY DA1V-NEVER UNDERSOLD Fancy and Staple Groceries — Meats — Vegetables ami Gen. M'dsc. Fhcne 234—Free Delivery Anywhere T. H. Van Bibber, Owner and Operator Jiiio AH r c . Flavors v .Welch's Jelly, S oz lOc •Cudahy Potted Meat . .2>/ 2 c Spaghetti, tall can S'':c I Roasi Reef, can 21 c CHERRIES icl EOSS C. Club 3 Ige, or 6 small Pie, C. Club No. 2 Can 3 for oston loc Grapefruit Juice, 46 oz. 12!;c Dclmonte Cocktail, can..l5c Tomato Soup, can Sc Apple Butter, pure, qt...l2c ! Steamboat Syrup, quart l;>e GERBER'SSJ} Canova. iMax. House lb. 2,-Sc i OKRA. Velvet cut IHc Bly, GREEN BEANS ...Sc Tcmatoe?, -i Ige. cans . ...25c Aspar?.s:us. picnic Me HEINZ tt 7i c . Old Fashioned Kraut, can 10 C Green Peas, Ige. can . ...Klc ! Chili Beans, tali can . ...8c 1'ork «S: Beans. Armour's 7c Jack Sprat Gr. Beans....9c 7! CRACKERS TEA, Tetley, i/ 4 l Spec. Grahams & Cookies 2~c lb COFFEE French ib. 20c roaster blend choice coffees pound 1 Pkg. Clock Pan Rolls FREE with purchase of 2 Leaves Bread for KROGER PIGGLY WIGGLY Olives, lobby's Deluxe . .2-K*! Pan-Souce. Spicy, lb U>c| Paeon Ends, Sliced lb l. r K-! NECK BONIS 1 51 Beef Roast. Rolled, lb iM PORK BRAINS, lb 12c Wisconsin Cheese lb. ... 22c Weiners. Skinless Pure .'iSc' Paeon, Veribcst Sliced Ib 2:}J UEfii STFliM ^ c i WLHk wi I.riHii). vj? ! Cured Ham, Ccn. Slices ]2r\ Piff Ears or Snoots .. . .71 .,<-| Beof. Vcrib«.\st Steak, lb. :«c'i Salt Meat, Streaked lb 12'-c; DODBLfYOW Bacon Skins. Cracklings May rose Butter, lb 3«5c Miracle Whip, quart Chore Girl Cleaners Choc. Grahams, lb 20e Guaranteed Fresh SEEDS Ferry's & MandcviUe Oil Mops, 3-in-l Spag. or Macaroni. 2 box 5c SUGAR, Best Cane 5 !b. 26c Nu-Appies, Dry, 11) l~c Pail Lard. 4's 35c—-8"s 6Sc Ft. Howard Tissue, 3 for 22c Oil, Texaco, qt. .19c; 2 g. 93c Meal, Better, White, sk% -I5c For Sale, Scales, Mills, Slicer Beaut-e- bake. 24 Ibs. Shib. Best, Omega, Bet, Jane Lettuce, Celery, he^t Sc K- C. or Calumet P\vd. . XXXX Sugar or Bro\vn Grapenuts. Famous. Box R ED IT Tomatoes Pcv SlC Uj. ' Premium Delicious Apples 5c Plants—Cabbage. Onion 7. l /zc Potatoes 20 Ibs. 25c. sk S1.14 Seed Potatoes, State $^.65 Certified, Sack I Mothers Oats. Box 25c Shredded Wheat lOc ftfiP Po\vder vHr H U IK, Blue Paper, 500 Fq Milk. 3 sm. lie; 3 P. £ G. or OK.' 7 Mops, No. 16 Spec. .14 c LIBERTY CASH GROCERS PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Grapefruit Juice Tomatoes 46 pz. Can No. 2 Can 4 for 22c tj lb. ft. 58c tall 21c Isre. 25c 19c Bananas, Ige.. fi LARD for .... ( Jc OV .">() Ib*. Humko. Mrs. Tucker Ib. lOc Brussels Sprouts, Caufi flower Liquid Smoke, 500 Ib. size OSc (.'.hick Trays, Founts, ea, .lOc Chick Starter. 10 Ibs. Shorts, Best, in Cotton CK Millr Carnation 3 large or 6 small |f 111 |l "Salesman will serve Hoi Chocolate in Store Saturday made from Carnation Milk. RIVAL GELAT5N 13 HYDE PARK COCKTAIL HOUR Box 23 •I f^y COMBINATION tLldll 24 oz. Jar Pure 6 oz. jar t^lc i ib. 1*2 ME ERflKD f^ILK 9 mm SETS l c 2 Gal. 3for25c SWEET POTATOES lb 3 OiAPEFRUiT for * TANGERINES TURNIP GREENS 4 e CELERY Stalk 2tb. Box Liberty Eel! 46 oz. Can Swift's Premium i nc 3 I^e. or l> sml. IS PASTE 5for 10 or Crisco 17 PEANUT BUTTER Q « IS SALT l'/ 2 lb. Box 2 For 5 POTTED MEAT 2 for COFFEE Chase & Sanborn Ib. 2- PORK & BEANS, No. 2Vi Can 3 Tor White Giant 5 7.C Victory Satisfaction Guaranteed . j j i Wilson's Branded THICK RIB ROAST, Ib. [.oin or Round Steak lb. Sliced Armours Star Rind less. Ib. . Center *i*&v Cut Ib.
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