The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1939 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 7, 1939
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FOUB (ARK.) CQUBIEE NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAYS EVENTS •Airs. Edgar-Borum,'Mrs. G. E Keclv Mrs. G. G. Caiidill and Mrs. 0, w; Mccutchcn entertaining with bridge luncheon at Hold Noble. V SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hpt«l Noble. .Mrs. )V. D. itfcClurkln entertain- •ing Saturday Bridge club at 1:30 .o'clock.. Natural Waistline Sccoiid In .Sfries Of Parlies Given. The second Jn the aeries of pai- tles being given by Mrs. Max B- Reid,- Mrs. W. p. Higglnson and Mrs. Jesse Taylor was given nl the Reed home yesterday afternoon when 32 guests were entertained, with a bridge luncheon. The linn! party will be given tomorrow when the same number will play bridge In the afternoon at Mrs. Reed's home. T)>e first, party was given Friday, Nov. 24 Evidence of the approaching holidays was offered by the Christ- niRS tallies used for the games and the decorations of red berries and mistletoe set off by vases of yellow and bronze chrysanthemums. In .the bridge games wlilch followed lunch, Mrs. Charles Pen" received a silver centerpiece for high score prize and Mrs. John Ed .James, vases for second high score prize. . • « * I'lai! Bingo Parly Plans for a bingo parly to be given Wednesday night «L the American Leglcn Hut were made by 18 members of Ihs todies' Aid of Temple' Israel who met last night In the home of Mrs. I. Miller A committee was appointed to make final .arrangements for the , benefit party which tvlll begin at 7:30 o'clock. The dinner which Is to. be given Sunday night, JRII. 14 In ccmmcni- ' oration of the 15th anniversary of llie erection of ; Temple Israel at the present site wns also discussed. Mrs. S. Jiedel was elected treasurer to succeed Mrs. Morris Ze.ll- ner, who resigned. : During the social hour which 'followed, Miss Roberta Flonnnu I gave two rcadiiigs before the host : : ess served refreshments. Tlie ; next meeting will 'be ut the home of Mrs. Herman Pollack on Jan. 10. • •' * . • * Observe Week of Prayer"al Church Services in observation ot the : week of prayer kr the Lottie Moon Christmas offering continue at the First Baptist, church where the Woman's MJjslonary Union has arranged for programs cnch day this week;" "bod's Love Calls" was the subject of ' the . program presented Tuesday aftern:on imdcr the leadership of Mrs, Roy'Head. Mrs. W. J. Rodgers gave the devotional after wnicn Mrs. R. E. Blaylock talked on "Nigeria," Mrs. Hattle Recce on "Spain," and Mrs, Theodore Logan on "Rumania." Prayers were offered by Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. E. B. .Woodson, Mrs. T. R. Shepherd and Mrs. Walter Bishop.< Mrs, Harry Fritzius sang a solo. Mrs. Kendall Berry was leader of the program yesterday which was based on "W. • M, U. -in the Par East." Attractive printed programs attached to miniature Chinese umbrellas were in keeping wilh the pr-:gram Ilicinc. A song, "tne Light of the World • Is Jesus" opened the program after which Mrs, R._L. Reeder gave the devotional from the first chapter of John, Miss Cleo Garner, accompanied by Mrs. E. L. Hale, sang a s;lo. before . Mrs. Woodson spoke on "All This May Still Be True. 1 Mrs. Logan's "Prayer for China pre.ceded Mrs. Fritzius' talk on "AU This May Still Be True." Mrs. Hale then spoke on "W. M. U Help for Japan" and Mrs. H. H. Brooks offered-a prayer for 'that country. Mrs. LI:yd Stickmon told the story of "The Quiet Street' before Mrs. Alfred Carpenter dismissed (he group with prayer. Mc.\icau Motif Used In Club Decorations A Mexican motif was used Senior Class Queen-Elect Mrs. Caryl White Weds Uo C. Hooker LEACHVILLE, Dec, 7,-0/ J»ler- cit here Is the announcement of. (he marriage of Mrs. Caryl Tucker 1 White and Leo O. Hooker which! was made today by the bride's par- I cuts, Mr. oncl .Mrs, Ehncr Tucker. | The wedding was solemnized Sunday by the Rev. E. H. Hall, i pastor cf the Leaclivllje Methodist church, at the close of ihc morning services. The bride wore a fall juodel of sheer wool in sapphire blue designed wilh high neckline,' short puffed sleeves and unpresscd pleats back. Mrs. Oewey Jacobs of Jonesboro, sister of (he bridegroom, was matron of honor. Her dress was of green sheer wool with which .she wore Wack accessories. Mr Jacobs attended Mr. Hcoker as best num. Mr.s. Hooker is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tucker of the Carml community. Mr. Hooker Is the son of Mr und Mrs. N. B. Hooker of this city. Both young people received tlieir education In the Leachvlllo schcols. They will reside near Leachville where Mr, Tucker Is associated with his father in farming Smart for southern resorts and sure to be handy in next summer's wardrobe Is this bright red, yellow, blue and orange play dress, mo«''ed by Rosemary Lane, lovely Hollywood star. The extremely full sKir, 1 , Is shirred to a wide, \yruppcd, glrdlc-lype sasli which accentuates Uie waistline. The short, casually cui top ends a few Inches above girdle, exposing » bare midriff. ivns served, wlillc bouquets of rcsejf and snapdragons nnd branches of mistletoe were arranged nbout the rooms. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was high scorer and Mrs. W. "H. Minyard, ;econd high, In the bridge games. * • » Club Has New Member Mrs. Toby Long- attended her first meeting ns a now member of the ADC Bridge> yesterday afternocn when Jtiss Mary Virginia lutler entertained the group and one guest, Mrs. Elbeii Huffman, ' h a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gates. Laic autumn flowers decorated the entertaining rooms. Refresh-, ments were served during the K. Tuylov received the decorations for the party given yesterday afterno:n bj- Mrs. Ed Williams who entertained members of the Bi-Monthiy Luncheon club and two guests, Mrs. Matt Monaghan Jr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash, at her home. The small tables at which lunch was served were draped with gay cloths'and set with brightly .colored dishes. A Mexican menu was served and tallies . for the bridge games' were als;. indicative eign country. of the for- !ames. Mrs. Albert high score prize, and Mrs, Huffman ,was also presented a gift. Mrs. replaces Mrs C. B. Wood, who resigned wlisn shr went to El Paso, Texas, for an extended visit. • » • Study Wrilci's American writers were- studied at lhc meeting ol the Delphian Fine Arts group Tuesday morning at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. G. W. Dlllnhuiily gavr a talk on llie "Lives of Mark Twain and Sydney Porter" which was followed with a discii.wlrn of (he "Life nnd Writings of Joel Chandler Harris" given by Mrs, Fred V. Bullicrlorr). Mrs. James 13. Cbrk gave the parliamentary drill on "Debatable nnd Undcbatable Molidns." •* * * Luncheon KepUccs Afternoon Club Parly A luncheon replaced the 'usual afternoon party ol the Town nnd Country club yesterday when Mrs, C. Modinger entertained the members and four guests at her home. Mrs Williams was high and Mrs. Harman Taylor, second high .scorer in' the bridge games which followed * '• * Surprised With SlioRW Mrs. i A..B..Fowler was surprised with a handkerchief shower given at the-home' of her daughter, Mr.s. crv M. G. Go. dwin, last night on the! Iu Biti of Newi Mottiy Mbs turned Ethel from Mac Eberdt Ims rc- Conwny where she spent n, few days with her sister Miss Betty Eberdl, who Is n student lit Hendrlx college there. She was motrred over Thanksgiving bj her parents, Mr. ;uid Mrs. Gus Eberdt'Jr.. Miss Junntta Eberdt and Gus Ebrna Sr., wlio s|)ent .at the college. Cnrleton Smith Jr. underwent nil emergency appendicitis opsi-ri- tion at the Blyllicville liospitnl lasl night. His condition is very good Mrs. C. E. Crigger Sr,. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. Byron M:rse spsnl yesterday in Memphis. Jucklc Applebnum. son of Mrs Jack Applcbaum. wlio was strlckei ill yesterday because of an infection in the nnsal passages, is improved todnj'. His uncle, Joe Applc- binun, of Osceola. came up to be wilh him. i'aul Kirktndall and Ellial Miss Beltie Saliba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 2. B. fialita, will be crowned queen of the senior class nl n program at the niitlitorlum lonighl. high sclio:! Personnel Of Queen's Court Is Announced Miss Betfic Saltba. daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Z. B. Sallba. who tonight will be crowned queen of high Besides I lie OTIC Mrs. John members, gticsls Caudill ol Tulsii. Cfila... hmiscguest of Mr. and Mrs. G. ti. GMudill. Miss Ruth Butt, Mrs. c. c. Wood and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister. Lund) wus scrv-.d a! small tnbte arranged in ro 1115 rt-coralcd with red berries and Christmas green- Johns arc spending today In Memphis. Mrs. Jake Huffman is now convalescing al her'homc. SOI Chick- nsawbn.- after having undergone treatments for a throat infection at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Joe Hughes is expected to return his nftern:on from the Memphis U.iplist hospital where he hns been ndergoing examination and treal- ncnl for several days. Mrs. Eddie Regenold nnd son, iolm Ed, and Mrs. Garland Giilln- rsitcr 'spent Tuesday in Memphis. Anita Wrolen. infant daughter if Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wrolen. who viis removed (.-, the Memphis Bap- ist lioNpltal shortly after her birth icveral wcsks «jo, is cxixclcd to w brought home this week. Mrs Wrolen is 'in Memphis with her. Mrs. Tom A. Little and daugli- er. Miss Virginia Little, spent yesterday In Memphis. Caruthersville Society — Personal — ••- New Monday Night Club Mrs. Alice Lutcn Long and Miss Mary Lucille DcReign were guests if the New Monday Night Club vhcn it met Tuesday with Miss Beatrice Jenkins as hostess. High score prize was won by Miss Thelina Evenson, and Miss Janice Bright bridgoed. Both prizes were stationery. At the close of the evening the hostess served :hickcn salad, crackers, hot grape iuicc with whipped cream, mid cookies. » * • Side Club Meets Mrs. Ed Hulfman was hostess to he West Side Club and four ;iiests at her home Tuesday afternoon. The guests were Mrs. A. B. Rhodes, Mrs. A. P. Kersey, Mrs. Louis Schult, and Mrs. J. W. Workman of Stecle. Mrs. W. B. G.'Graham won high score prize, playing cards, and Mrs. Amos Recker was awarded bath powder for bridgo. A salad course was served after the giiines. itc-oo-n Club Meets The Re-oo^n Club met Tuesday nigh I at the home of Mrs. Kuth Peal Goodman, High score prize, a- compact and comb set, was. won by Miss Mary Crews Joplin, Miss Kalhryn TaUim bridgoed and was awarded handkerchiefs. The hostess served refreshments of 'date roll and tea. ' ' * * » '. Robert Berryman of BlyllievJllc spent the week-end here with hjs grandmother, Mrs. • Aubrey Elliott, and other relatives. Paul Hale of St. Louis spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hdle. Mrs. Wyman pilhnan, Mr.s. J. L. Roebuck, Mrs. Byron Ward and Mrs. Prank Wilks were Monday visitors in Memphis. Miss Minerva Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. George Cook find Mr. and Mrs. DeVberl Harper visited in Osceola 'Sunday afternoon. Wendell Maycs is spending this week In St. Charles en business. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cook and Miss Elizabeth Dumas of Walnut Ridge spent Sunday afternoon^ here visiting with Mr. and Mi's. Jack Lang (ton. Miss Judith Maycs left Wednesday for St. Louis where she w visit until the end of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Barrel! and wo children of Salem, 111., visited Mrs. Barren's sister. Mrs, Richard iVnymire, and family over llic week-end. John Hosier was a business vls- tcr in Kennclt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baker spent the senior class of the- city sclicol, has announced the personnel of licr court. Six maids and their escorts, a crown bearer and two trainbcarers will be included in the court with Cooksey Dodson. president of the sein:r class, crowning the queen. Miss Kathleen Ashley will be escorted by Charles Abbott; Miss Mary Louise Anderson by Russell Fan 1 ; Miss Pauline Ulm by Pat Harrison; Miss M°ry Jean PI (lick by Johnson Blackwcll; Miss Marjorie Mays by Richard Roberts; Osceola Society — Personal interesting Parties Planned for Bride Elect Miss Marlon Cromer, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Joe Cromer or the Carson Lake community, whose marriage tg Allen Segraves, ton of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Scgravcs of this" city, is to be one of (lie majcr social events of the Christmas season, has been lhc subject of several attractive parties this week. Beginning the scries of affairs in her honor, was the bridge parly given by Miss Catherine Harwell In her home on Keiser Avenue Saturday afternoon for five tables of players and three lea guests. In the bridge games, a pair of vases went to Mrs. Joe Cromer for highest score, and a luncheon cloth to Miss Jane Weathersby for second high score. Mrs. Edward Seeraves of Hightowcr won playing cards for low. Miss Oronier was presented :i service plate. Tea guests were Mrs. G. B. Segraves, Miss Mary Virginia Segraves and Mrs. Bob Cromer. Miss Cromer was also honored snapdragons y.U! tic .used on the dining table with the service of old. pressed glass. Places will be marked .with white )»ce baskets holding 'orange blossoms, in thp living room, a replica of the bride and groom's new home at Double Brjdges will be arranged • in a sncw and forest scene. Awards are to be rare pieces of old glass collected by Mrs. Jacobs In her travels. ''.... Receiving wilh Mrs. Jacobs nnd Miss Cromer will be Mrs, Joe Cro- tner, Mrs. Charles Lowrance. Jv.l Mrs. G. B. Segraves, and Mrs. Rhete Dayi<Json of Unlontown, Alabama, aunt of the guest of honcr. Several other affairs are planned for Miss Cromer near the Christmas holidays. Engagement Announced An engagement and approaching marriage of interest in Osceola and Llllle Rock society Is thai of .Miss Jane Weathersby of this city to John U. 0pnaldson, Jr., of Little Rock which Js announced for January 31 by her parents, Mr. find Mrs, c. H. Weathersby, The wedding will occur at Uie Methodist Church with the Rev. Paul Galloway performing the single ring ceremony. Miss Weathersby,' who will be given in marriage by her father, will have her .mother as ruatron of hcnpr. Jack • Robbins of little a formal tea given by the .Rock will act as best man. members Auxiliary urban home of Mrs. S. L. Gladls!> |coUegc."joiiesboro. "and"has Sncc and Judge Olndish on Wednesday been employed as secretary W of Calvary Episcopal ] The bride-elect attended Osceola at 'I he Gables, sub- [ high school and Arkansas Stale afternoon from three 'til o'clock. The bright red of Namibia berry, Miss Eutopia Whitworth Don Willielm. Charles Ray Hall will be cr:wn bearer ami Nitn Rose Hall and Patsy Hearn will be trnln- bearcrs. The coronation will be the climaxing event of "senior night" at an annual "affair of the senior .class at which the seniors are introduced to the public. A program Is then presented, The show will begin at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Snlibn, who was elected by the boys of the senior class, is serving this year as secretary of the GUIs' club and her home room. Sunday afternoon in Kennett with Mrs. Charles Block. Mrs. Dill Walker of Blytlievillc Cnruthersville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John I. Sikes and VIrs. W. W. Kingsbuiy of Sikes- .011 were the guests of the lal- tcr's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jcre Kingsbfiry, here Sunday. , - .— Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Blokcr spent the week-end in Blythevfllc with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gates. occasion of her 82nd birthday b "d' of Mrs. Goodwin's made up the party ;e gnmcs. Mrs. Members bridge - club which .surprised Jipr. After the gifts had been opened, a dessert .course of Ice cream and calje' ^as tewed, i All Club Members Attend Bridge Party All the members of lhc Wednesday Bridge club were present yesterday for the party given by. Mrs. the :cr was Meh anjj Mrs. Banister, dins .second high scorer. As early as 1816. there were baby ctinlcs in London. Read CXurier News \\aul ads. TOO LATE wTcLASSlFY" For &\lf Good 1S37 Model •: Ton Chrvro let Truck. Apply John Buchan an Coal Co. tables at which lunch city. Thomas Land 7-ck-l 1. nca 7-ck-U Bi'cli Walnut for Court MONTGOMERY. Ala. (UP)- -Tlic state will fiirnlsli ils new judiciary building with 515,000 in reproductions of .Georgian l)oriccl fiirr.lliire In black walniit. The building will be ready for occupancy next January. poinseltia, English Ivy and silvered shrubbery banked on mantels, b:okcnses and tables created the Jhristmas atmosphere. The dining (able was a picture in while and silver with white carnations centering the table. White tapers burned in triple silver candelabra. Receiving with Mrs. Gladish were Mrs. Joe Cromer, Mrs. G. B. Seeraves, and Mrs. R. V. Madden, president of the Episcopal Auxiliary. Other members of (he Auxiliary assisted in receiving the more than one hundred guest*. Mrs. iVhalen Prcwltt, Jr., and Mrs. Charles Lowrance poured. Serving in the dining room were Mis. John Binfoi'd While, Mary Virginia Segraves, Martha Jane Cartw'rfirht, Clementine Btnven and Atlclle Hock. Twelve guests arc invilcd to the bridge luncheon to be given by' Mrs. L. C. B. Young of Osceola at the home of her mother, Mrs. C. S. Stevens in Blytlievillc, on December 12. " | A most attractive parly for the bride-elect is to fce the all-white bridge luncheon and linen shower rive county Judge S. L. Gladish o"f Osce.',!a, Mr. Donaldson, who is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and member .of Sigma Nu fraternity, was reared in Little Rock, the son of John H. Donaldson of that city. He }$ connected with the Barton Mausfleld Company of Jonesboro at their Walnut Ridge office. At The Hospitals C&rleton Snilth Jr., cify, adnillted Mrs. lor,e *\opp,< city, admitted Mr.s. (Qeprge Matthews, Slxffj street, pity, adrnltted,' . \f Mrs. B, R, Hays and daiighlci' city, .dismissed. ' " j Mrs. Elaier cgiinlngham, city dismissed. I H. B. Baldridge, city, dismissed .Walls Hospital | Mis. J. C. jxnes, admitted. Robert Lawrence, stcele ted. David Wolsey, city, admitted. Memphis Methodist Jlps'pllal Mrs. Earl Gill, Haytl, artnjltteo Memphis Baptist Hospital Miss Naomi Bryan, Dyess, ad. milled. j Mrs. Eddie Muntz, Osceola. ad milted. "Baby Your Husbands," Lecturer Advises Wive; AMHEHST, Mass. <UP) ^ sure greater douiestk tranqullitV women shcukl "baby" toejr )iu.>; bands because some men are slo\' to attain matjire emotional statu/ according to Dr. Elizabeth "Kuir dcrt, psychiatrist, Jn 9 lecture be! fore fanners' wives at a Parr and Home conference at ' chusctts State College. "A wife has tj make Jier husi band think he is the big said Dr. Kundert. Qij the boss hand, she advjsod a regime af'tlni discipline in the training of chil' dren. In Mexico, the Maguey plant is used as a clothesline, with the spines serving as clothespins. A Three Days' Cough is Your Danger Signal Creqmulsion relieves promptly because it (joes right to the seat of .tha trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm, increase secretion and aid naturt to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial-mucous membranes. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell given by "Windcver Mrs. P. P. Jacobs at Terrace" at Grider on December ID for twenty guesls. understanding that you are to like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION While carnations and while for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Read courier News want, ads. S^j Christinas Wreaths, Laurel and Holly Heaton's Home of Flowers luive I received their beautiful wreaths. for the cemetery and to appre-y dale them you must see Ihem. «| This flower shop has living'' Christmas trees for decora ling" for your gifts and small ones for your table. Use them and p.lnnl out .after Christmas. j Next week we will have holly! for your mantels, gift packages'; and wreaths. ' J Use our Mountain Laurel rop-j ing for your outside doors -with! colored lights. Santa will be de- i lighted. [ HEATON'S Home of Flowers COLDS For quick relief from Uie misery of colds, t;ikc GGG I>iscomforl Liquid - Tablols - Kalrc - Noso Drops AT THE 17 J EWE I BlILOVA CHRISTMAS TREES Place Your Order Now For One or More Beautiful Oregon Spruce Pine. Pick Your Size. For Your Fruit Cake-r-Glazed Fruits, Nuts and Spices CRANBERRY SAUCE Jack Spratt 17 oz. Can 14c BEANS Arkansas Special "Cut" No. 2 Can 2 Cans 15c SOAP Lux Buy 3 Get 1 Hostess Serving Pish for Ic; All for '..." . 23c PLUMS Baby Stuart Unpitted in Syrup No. 2| Can Ea. 18c PUMPKIN Jack Sprat No. 2* Can ;. . Ea. lie MINCED MEAT Packed with Rum and Brandy 1 Lb Jar 15c TOMATOES Standard Hand Packed No. 2 Can ;....1,._ Ea, 7c M!LK Swiss Large Only . 3 Cans 19c CORNED BEEF Libby's 1 p oun d Can 18c CORN of Illinois Full No. 2 Can ,. 2 Cans . New Undcr- (trm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiratior Students Speak For Seal Sale Campaign Tlic public speaking class of Blythevllle high school, under the direction of Miss Luna B. Willielm, composes the speakers' bureau of the 1939 Tuberculosis Christmas Seal campaign. Members of the nre appearing almost dally before various school groups, civic oracmiznti:ns and women's clubs to call allenlion to llie campaign. 1. DOM not roi dicsscs —does not irriwic skin. 2. Nowatiirgtodry.Qnbcuscd right afici aiming. 3. Itutantlysiops pcrspir.nioti fot 1 to J d.u-s. Rctnuvcs odor (torn perspiration. 4. A pure white, gtasclcss suio- lc» va.nisliing ctcani. 5. Acrid has btcr. «w Jr dcd,he Approval Sell of ihc American Institute of UunJciinj, for being luuulcis lu hbrii'-' IS MILLION t«, B 0 | ^, tid Read Courier Kews want ads. Dainty, accurate, tmoll 01 a ... En Ihc charm and color of natural gold. Use Your Credit Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Cmurr Slain and Scconil Sis. Maxwell House Coffee Reg. or Drip, Ib. Tin SOAP Crystal White Giant White Bars 3 for lie KRAUT Libby's No. 2$ Can Can lie CHILI SAUCE Delmonte m oz. Jar Ea. 18c TOMATO JUICE Campbell's" 20 oz. Can 3 for 25c CORN ON THE COB 5.Ears to the Can Can 15c TOILET TISSUE Baby Stuart . ~" 3 Rolls 19c PINEAPPLE Sliced or Crushed No. 2 C 5n Ea. 17c PEACHES in Heavy Syrup No. % Can . '... Ea. I5c FLOUR Shibley's Best Guaranteed 24 Lb. Sack 67c; 48 Lb. Sack :: $1.32 ' SUGAR Best Grade Pure Cane Factory Packed : ..: .. 10 Lb. 57c HAMS, whole or half, 14^8 Ib. avt, Wilson 21c BEEF ROAST :.,...' Lb. 23c BUTTER Best Creamery Lb, 33c LARD Loose Pure Lb 9c CHEESE Full Cream Lb. 23c BACON Rind Off Lb. 23c I ib. BACON Wilson :.... 27c HAMBURGER MEAT Lb. 15c OLEO Dixie Lb. 19c SALT MEAT Best Grade Lb. 13c PORK CHOPS Lb. 16c We Deliver 104 S. Division Street Phorje 1SJ Co L. NABEBS GROCERY & MARKET Fi'i.-Sal.-Mou.. Dec. Stli, 9th & lUh

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