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- -<yf • ' ' -if A R , HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, September 2. 1954 fai*. MARKETS Commission all classes, Sits ISO; eannef &nd cullers |£»llls ,442; Choice killing dfle toad ol good er cfilves brought Liiftdred; Cortimercial to IMS: Runny c^lyes 1&, Stobk calves 14- tfita ?t3ii6f -Stock heifer-s |»ck c8Ws 14; Hogs tops §21 SfdCRYAfcDS, 111. bg8 5,6dO; fflirl yqctivc: bar- gllls opened mostly SO- j later 7.1-1.00 higher: '.SO to spots 75 higher boars ft, food, clearance; bui,c lb 20.78-85; mostly 2075; to 5.00; utility nnd commercial bulls 11.50-13.00; canher and cutter bulls 8.50-11.00; gocl and choice vediers 17.00-20.00; lev/ choice ahd prime 21.00-22.00; commercial and Jow good 13.00-16.00; cull and utility 7.00-11.00. some opening sales 20.50-fiO; tup 21.00 very sparingly for outstanding No. 1 find 2 grades; J80-190 lb 2000-60; J50-170 19.00-20.00; sows, 40 lb down 17.0-19.5; ho.nviev' sows 15.23-lt.O; boar?; 10.5(1-15.50 Cattle 2,000, cdlvfis 700; trading fflirly active; staughtor shnr'- and heifers i '.steady to strong; cows fully steady; bulls steadyivealers steady to 1100 higher with little change oh comniercial and lower grades; feV loads choice Steers 23.00-24.50; few god grades 20.0(522.50; god and choice heifers nnd mixed yearlings* mostly small Jotsf 19.00-22.60; utility and commercial 112.00-18.00; utility to low commercial cows 9 50-11.50; few commercials 12.00-25; cannev and cutter cows 0.50-9,00; shelly cannery down NOTICE * We ore happy to announce that Mr Windel H. Thompson » . , is, now connected with us as a 3 j registered pharmacist. ,.V-CRESCENT DRUGSTORE MKT. MEAT SPECKS F ROAST 25c STEAKS 27c Lb, MEAT 19c Lb 4 ^ 1.00 4 -1.00 [K CHOPS 391 Lb. Ml GftAIN AND FHOVISIONS CHICAGO W1 Grains scored fair-sized early gains o'i the Board of Trade tcday but backed down quite! rapidly toward the clos e. At one time all ryo futures .sawell as most whcnt futures, were in new seasonal high grounl. Private reports of a substantial drop in Canadian wheat and rye Crop estimates from a month apo w eersreponsible for most of thc, buy! Soybeans also enjoyed an early bulge, based primarily on n private forecast greatly reduced the cotton croo estimate from that made by the agriculture depart ment about a month aso. It was felt this would iiicati luss cotton scd Oil and meal !o compete with soybean pil and meal. Wheat closed '/i lower to % hi«h er. September $2 HH'u'.'i, corn =5'i lower. September Sl.GS-liVi. oats '/ 8 li. higher, September VS'/i 75, rye *'>\\'2 lower, September $1.3.3 and soybeans '/< lo 3 cents LOWER, September $3 02$3 01!/j. The Negro Community By Helen Turnef Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mlsa Turn«f at Hicks Funeral Home Chapel CME Church Sunday night, September 5. sponsored by Mrs. Rhoda .Tones and Mrs. Ola Briggs. The public is invited There will be a weiner roast at the Yerger High School Park Friday night, September 3 sponsored by the Band Mother's club. The public is invited. several months. And Mrs. A. I. Wesley of Omaha, Nebr.. were the house euest of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marshall .on Wednesday, August 29, Smith, a graduating senior of Los=| Gifts were presented to the Angeles State College. Los Anse-j guests at the close of • the break. Calif. I fast.-bv the club. Mrs. Marie Simmons left Wed M, S sLou«e Cooper has. returned nesday for Kansas City, Mo., to^ ome '" Mi " den - La !'. aft f r - SDend .' visit her sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Trot-' in « a cw dTays VISll ' ng 1ucr ain ? t Mrs. Vera J]ones. and other relatives. ter, and other friends. NEW YORK STOCKS -NEW YORK Wl Thn Slock Mar ket continued to make- ijod prog res in the oniiy afteriiDon to day in the second session of its re covery. Some gains went to arn-.md 2 points, and there \verc quite a few around tho Ipoinl level. Losses were small. Stocks makin,'! the best show ing were in the steels, railroads, motors, nonferrous metals, oils, air crafts, chemicals, and issues af footed by corporate detelopments. POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO UP) Live poultry steady on hens; about steady on young stock; receipts 735 coops (yesterday 825 cop.3;162, 120 lb:; f.o.b. pay.'ng pricau unchanged; heavy hens 15.519; light hens 1415; fryers and broilers 2020; old roost ors 13.514;-. caponuUes 3031. gutter steady to firm; receipts 947,253; wholesale buying prices unchanged 'lo '/4 higher; 93 score AA 57.5; 92 A 57; 90 B 54.5; 89 C 5 /8%.%: cars 90 B -5'5.5;-'89 C 54. The Golden Stars of Antioch will Set. A. L. Wesley has arrived give a musical program at Goff'home from-Korea after spending In honor of its members, Mrs. | f3.' W. Miller, a member of the staff at A. M. & N. College. Pine Bluff. Mrs. W. C. Lowe, a member of thc faculty at DoWitt Elementary School, and Mrs. M. L. Baz- 7.elle> principal of Nevada County Training School, Rosston, -the A. M. P. Strong Federated Club en- tertanied with a delectable breakfast Wednesday monjing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hicks. ' 'Special guest was Miss Charllne HOTEL BARLOW Welcome To Our Air Conditioned COFFEE SHOP Hours are ... 6:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. 5:30 p. m. to 8 p. m. Open 7 days a week Comfortable rooms for permanent guests. Rates you can afford. Make your home at the BARLOW. Thursday; September 1 1954 NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK W> Cotton futures advanced into new seasonal .high ground today as ideas among trad ers oh tha size of the 1334 cotton crop continued to move lower. Trade and commission, house buying extended gains to SI.25 a bale during the morning session, but prices receded somewhat from the day's best levels-on a substan tial increase in hedge selling and some profit taking, attracted by the rise. • . •# | th anniversary t'fr i> '^mfM m,#ww?m pfe^^SKP 7 &^ $- ^&:^'" •>if " " E£f-<' 9 '*' S sttosUfcrfa m be sure to look for... t,m PTV «r Jtjut arrived.... at SEARS Catalog Sales Office |,|'\,- • ' . S8MIJfifth AnniVfr^ary Cetelog has just arrived! It's pacRed with fall and wlnt«r merchandise that Ited »nd#arj us? npw , • • and priced exceptionally low for Sears 68th Anniversary Sale! look rg guvs and Bell Ringer Values., .they ?re especially g99dl?yys.! Alsos.ee this 1\% pre-Christmas Sale pn toys, children's furniture^ ChrJstntes cards and, gift 6 shopping npw for greater savings. Remember.Orders totaling J20.00 i Se^rs gasy T«rms. Oon't let lack of ready cash keep yoy f rgm saving. pK«n*, ,)n Sear* CotaJsgf moy ylilt Sfarf Cgt S ^ yawr prder will be »- f **j 5THIIT -. PRojpecf 7,349? 9;00 e'clwMe 5iOO SOME ENCHANTED EATIN' Here's an exotic touch of the balmy Pacific for your Labor Day picnic or backyard party. It's an old favorite with a new tropical appeal . . . BAKED BEANS HAWAIIAN Pour beans in heavy baking dish. Top with pineapple slices and bacon. Bake in moder- 3—23-oz. cans Pork & Beans a t e iy hot oven (SSO^F.) one-half hour. 6 slices pineapple / Yield: 12 generous servings for a dozen 6 slices bacon , " hungry picnickers. HI C ORANGE TUNA FRESH GODCHAUX UGAR U.S. Gpvt. Inspected-100% clegned — ready tp use WILSON'S EMBASSY Shank Lb. 4 FLAVORS Butt . lb. 55c Center Slices . . lb, 98c SPARE RIBSlb,39c FRESH Pork Neck Bones lb, 19c SANDWICH ROLLS Pkg- KROGER 19c BREAD 2 35c Lbs, TOMATOES Michigan 23c HQPfc STAR, HOPE, ARK AN$AS SOCIETY Phoh6 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M, Calendar members ond one guest participat- sage at each meeting. Two night} sessions will be held to give lathers an opportunity to attend. Special thursday, Sept. 2 Mrs. William Routon will entertain Miss Arlhadale Hefner and Dean Good o£ Texarkana. with an informal party at the Country Club on Thursday evening at 6:30. Mrs. and Mrs. Graydon Anthony and Mr. nnd Mrs. William Routon will bo hosts at a dinner on Thursday night at 7:30 at the Hotel Barlow complimenting Miss Arthadale Hefner and Louis Dean Good of Texarkana. Hope Chapter 323, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet Thursday September 2, at 8 p. m. Y . __, Friday Sept. 3 The Rainbow Girls will have a breakfast at thc Masonic Hall on Friday, Sept. 3, from G until 9. Monday Sept. 6 The Hope Band Auxiliary will meet in Cannon Hall on Monday Sept. ;G, at 7:30 p. m. Thc executive committee will meet at 7 p. m. Alt.pavents of band students are ifimernbers of the auxiliary and are urged to attend. Circle 6 of the W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday afternoon, Sept. G, at 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Dick Watkins with Mrs. John Gardner as co-hostess. Mrs. L. B. Toolcy will bring the devotional. The program entitled "Jesus' Concern For Cities" will be presented by Mrs. George -Murphy with ;Mrs. J. C. Carlton and Mrs. Dexter Bailey assisting. Mrs. Oliver Adams Attends Meeting In Little Rock , , Mrs. Oliver -Adams attended a Texarkana, with n dance at the!joint committee meeting of the Ar- Hope Country Club on Friday ni- ; kansas P. T. A., the Arkansas Ed- ght. Guests will be members of the : ucation Association, and the State bridal party and close friends of I Department of Education, held in the honored couple. i the A. E. A. building in Little Rock (last Thursday. While there, Mrs. Adams board meeting of ed in "treasure hunting." Serving as hostesses were mes dames: John Yocum,'Denver Dick-j music by school students are to inson, Harrcll Hall, and Dexter: be a future of several programs. B:iile y- Mrs. Albert Graves, of the hospitality committee, reported plans made for increasing fellowship between members, and between parents and teachers. Mrs. Weir Owens tolrl of her committee's hope of interesting more parents through telephone contacts. Mrs. Hinton Davis reported that plans for the finance committee were similar to those of last year. Saturday, Sept. 4 Martin Pool, Jr. will be host at i attended Murfreesboro Continued from Page One about $300,000, which the mayor said was not .available. In an appeal to Senator McClcl- lan and to Army and civil defense agencies. Mayor Dildy asked for assistance in obtaining n portable pipe system lo span the nine miles from the city to the little Missouri river. ... „ „_ „. ...„. Walter rationing has already been Publicity chairman. Mrs. B. L. i 1 " cffect in thc county scat city the rehearsal dinner for the Hefner-i Arkansas P. T. A. Good wedding party on Saturday night, Sept. 4. Monday September 6 Circle 3 of thc W. S. C. S. of the Workers Sunday School Class Has Meeting Mrs. H. M. Volentine and Mrs. Alvin Robinson were hostesses to! First Methodist Church will meet at Uhe Workers Sunday School Clars 4 p. m. Monday, September G, in!meeting on Monday evening at thc the air-conditioned church basement! home of Mrs. Volentine. After the < . with Mrs. Carl Robarts and **— : -'—" —' ' -- - -- • Lillian Hamilton as hostesses, Rettig, presented a plan to give wide publicity to all phases of the P. T. A. endeavor. Mrs. Franklin Horton, membership chairman, led,a discussion on methods of gaining each parent as a member. Mrs. Louis Grain received mater- thc hope that a year,book be made -i i_i , avallabl ° to evel -' V school par- for more than a month «1nd local residents have hauled their drinking water from neighboring communities since the water supply in the city owned Lake nichols became so .low. Existing forbid iise Mrs. | devotional service, Mrs. B. M. I rationing regulations of water for lawn.-i. washing cars an:l oilier non-essential purposes. Tho mayor said thc rationing regulations, will be even more strict until rain replen- Mrs. E. L. Archer, cafeteria ishes thch ' water Tue 8 day September 7 . The Beta Rho chapter of the Ep. silon SlKmn Alpha will have tlu'ir S'eLtedt Mrs. DaUon over the business chail . man .'presented plans for co> ..:- HiowiMET officers! * * • * " uDJC, year: 1 agement. Mrs. Frank Mason, facu- M, T w i rag ,°°' p . rositlenl :!lty representative, announced that first monthly meeting at 7:30 p. idem' * ' VKe *™ 1 ' the cafeteria had been remodeled m. Tuesday, September 7, at thc i Mrs. Dale Tonnemaker, secre home' of Miss Betty Allwhite in;tary; C *° MCC of 3U l ) l )1 y or ls anoth- avail- Emmet. Poplar Grove 190 Woodmen's Circle will hold their regular monthly! tor: business meeting on Tuesday night, Sept. 7, at the W. O, W. Hall. All members are urged to be present, Mrs. Lewis Smith, assistant secretary; Mrs. Grady Hairston, song direc- Wednesday Sept. 8 Mrs. Jack Brown, president of Alvin Robertson, pianist- O. B. Simmons, assistant Miss Roberta Howard will entertain Miss Arthadale Hefner and •t BY REFRIGERATION i* FINAL/DAY * (t. • • • FEATURE'' TIMES • •2:00 - 3:55 - 5:50-7:45 - 9:40 Jennifer Montgomery JONES CLIFT A COLUMBIA RflEASt • SHORTS • 1, Patti Page sings ; M y Autumn In Rome" & "Indiscretion" 2. "Spills For Thrills" (This shows some hilarious scenes that Hollywood stunt men go through. It's funny! 34 "Water Swimphony" ' (The girls of Florida State University can swim!!! • FRI. & SAT. • ALSO WAYNE MORRIS •KVKMLV QARLANR AlllfB Allltll »IOOUCtiOH the Fulton P. T. A., has announced the first meeting of the school-year at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday, Sept. 8. at the school. There will be an executive meet-. Following the business ing at 1:30 to discuss plans for the coming year. She urges all members to be present. Arthadale Hefner And Dean Good Are HonorecPat Supper A supner party honoring Mrs. Mrs. pianist; Mrs. Ernest Cobb, treasurer; Mrs. H. M. Volentine, assistant treasurer; Mrs. Medford Hazzard, reporter; Service committee: Mrs. ErnBH Cobb, Mrs. Paul Rowe, Mrs. H. M. Volentine. session, the 14 members present enjoyed a pleasant social hour. Jr. — Sr. High Sch6ol P. T. A. Meets In Broach Home and improved. Mrs. Moson also expressed appreciation ,1'or the past work of the P. T. AV and pledged support of thc teachers in the coming year's program. Mrs George Wright, outlined plans to display the P. T. A. publications, and to interest parents in the National Parent-Teacher magazine. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. L. B. Tooley and', Mrs. Lex Helms, served iced drinks and cakes. Coming and Going Miss Roberta Howard and Syd McMath will have as their guests — -.- •»-.—(- ••• _m..ci. this week-end, Hugh DeLaschmit! Work in public housing and cdu- ' cation impressed Alt.'eo. especial- Aft lee Hakes Cbnnnuea irom Page One cially with thcii- anti-fly cam- .paign," He said China was the one Asian country where he saw no flies in thc market place. Ho said China's Red loaders face an immense task and, in contrast to the Rusian.s, they make no pretense about it. "They admit they have a great deal to do yet and thai there arc many shortcomings," he said. "Jn Kussia they tell world is inferior tilings Russian you the whole lo Russia and arc the best. I heard no such boating in China." of Wynne, and Robert Shannon of Carlisle. Mr. and Mrs. J. K, Green have returned from a vacation trip to The executive committee of the,Aransas Pass, Corpus Christi, bers of the wedding party for Miss i Junior-Senior High School P. T. A.,|san Antonio and San Marcus, Tex- Arlhadalo Hefner and Dean Good,! met Wednesday afternoon in the whose marriage will be an event of i home of its president, Mrs. R. L. the near future, was given by R. H. Broach.. Plans presented and dis- T. Mann at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stroud. in Texarkana, on Tuesday evening, Supper was served Buffet style from a table covered with a cloth embroidered with pastel tinted flowers and centered, with an ar- cussed were for the purpose of Mr. and Mrs'. Carrell E. Ward and Mrs. Myrtle C. Sias of Solomon, making the P. T. A. work attrae- Kansas, are making their home on tive and helpful to all high school parents. Mrs. Sam Strong, secretary, called the roll. Mrs. Perry Moses, treasurer, gave a financial report. Mrs. Geoge Robison gave an oui- rangement'of pink rosebuds in an j line of the year's program, "Youth- old fashioned pressed glass bowl on i The Community's Investment in a stand. Places.for guests were ar-' the Future." The program includ- ranged in the patio. Those present were: Mr. Mrs. Byron Hefner of Hope; and Dr. and Mrs. Louis P. Good; Miss Dorothy Good; Miss Suzanne Hanner, Atlanta; Lucien King; Miss Dorothy Ann Jackson, Atlanta; Ralph Autrey; Miss Sara Lauderbnck, Hope; Henry Moore III; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hefner Hope; Miss Helen Ray Woods, Dallas; Gordon Smith; Luther Holloman, Miss Lyla Brown, Miss Bryon Denson Hefner Jr., and Miss Missy Fuller all of Hope; the betrothed couple and the host. Circle 5 of 'VTIO W. S. C. S. Meets W. S. C. S. Circle No. 5 of the First Methodist Church met Monday August 30, at G:15 p. m.' at Fair Park, for its annual picnic and treasure hunt. All business was dispensed of except the roll call and paying of pledges. Mrs. Claude Tillery, chairman led the group in prayer, in which members with illness in their family were remembered. One guest, Mrs. Joe Keesey, was introduced. Following the pot luck dinner, 33 I ed a symposium, two outstanding speakers, a panel discussion, buzz sessions, and group discussions. Speech department students will read the national president's mes- DRIVE-IN •^^ *^ TMFATDr/. THEATRE L—— Main & Country Club Rds. TONIGHT & FRIDAY TECHNICOLOR AUDIE MURPHY DAN DURYEA the farm formerly owned by Mrs. ly efforts made to educate thc peasants. But he said he was disturbed by the enormous presure of Red China's vast population on her limited land and resources. -Communist feling about the Nationalist ..Chinese bastion oi Formosa is strong, ho said. -'He said that when Ucd China's leaders discussed Formosa, they dropped their talk of • pence. He said he had found nobody in Red Daisy G. Korndorfer on Hope. R.CU-i China who advocated a peaceful te Three. Hospital Notes Mrs. Harvey Foster Branch Admitted: Hope. Discharged: Mrs. A. A. Holbert; Hope, Lizzie Wyatt, Hope. Julia Chester " Admitted:--. MT-: Richard' settlement of the Formosa question unless it be a peaceful surrender by Chiang Kai-shek's forces. : J He said he did not specifically Hope, Miss Joanne Moore, Hope Mr. Emmet Powell, Rt. 1, Hope, Sar^h Carringlon, Washington. Mr. ,and Mrs. John H. Cannon, ' have a son born, at 9:00 ' 20 Cities to Fighf AP&L Rate Hike LITTLE ,ROCK IUP> city At torney O. D. Longstreth. Jr., today headed a 20-city .cpmiriillfie pledged to oppose the Arkansas Power and Light Company's fittest (or a per nianenl $3.900,000 annual laic Deaths Over the Notion By fHE ASSOeiATktS PRESS ' > f otittderirf DENVER — BfU Aeogta. 59, Veteran flier and rae: car drlvcj, who' later becrinie a test pilot nnd avi- j'tion consultant Born 5n San Die^o Calif. Died Wc-inesdav. crease. The cities held an organizational meeting here yesterday. Longslrelh wai elected c'nairman of the group. Longstreth said tlmt approximately $1:>.000 will bo needed prepare anil submit evidence to op pose the increase. Ho has suggcs ted obtaining the money through appropriations by the cities volvod and by public substitution The group aiithoriyed Longstreth to hire three rate expcres-James Honakcr, Frankfort, Ky., J. „.. White, Houston. Tc.x., nnd Dr. Lawrence S. Nnppiti, Washington. Ko also received permission to hire Eugcno E. Mapes. a'certified pub lie accountr.nt. nnd Ollio Bland, both of Little Rock. Little Rock became the first city to appropi iatc money to fight the increase when acting Mayer. Fre',1 Parri5i signed an ordhvim;-: authorizing the expenditure of $2.500. Par ris, an alderman, tint been.selected ay the city council < to servo dur ing Mayor Pratt Kcnimul's leave' of absence. . Rommel is campaigning for governor on the Republican ticket. Other cities which will parttcl pate in the case and were .represented at the meeting wore El Dorado, Russellville, Truman, Ola, Dcwitl, Marianav\Vubbns«Ua, Wost Helena, Dardanelle, North Littl Rock, Helena and Mountain Home. lake up. the question of American prisoners in China, but that in general discussion Me had argued that it was.a mistake to hold people against their v, II Nagging Backache Sleepless Nights Often Due to Kidney Slow-down When kidney function slows down, many folks complain of noBKinit buckacho, bcnd- nchcB, cllzzlntas uncl loss, of pen anil enoiKy. Don't suiter icstless nights with tlionq din- cpmforts if i educed kidnej function is Bpl- tlnB you (Hiwn—iluo to such common causes na stress and 8tinin.o\et-exettiun ov c\po- imre to cold. Minoi blnililet initatlons due to cold or wrong diet may cause eettina up ni^nis or frequent pnssnffes. . Don't ncKlca your kidneys If these conditions bother ion. 'liy nonn's I'ilta-n mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over oO years. It s amnzinii how many times Doan shelve happy iclicf fiom these dwcom- forts-hclpthelSniileaofkidnpy tubes and 111- tors fluali out waste. GetDoan'sl'illa today! JOHN P. COX DRUG (0, DIAL 7-4616 or 7-4617 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY A ss DRUG STORE $1.00 Lustre Creme Shampoo and 29c Halo Both 2-47cPEPSODENT TOOTH PASTE Wooribury Soap Reg. Bars (Limit 2) Paper TOWELS CHEFLINE 150 SHEET ROLLS (Limit 2) Official Size FOOTBALL Roy Rogers FOOTBALL oFwhiit 1.00 OtHcitl Six. RUBBER BASKETBALL 3 98 FORMULA CREAM SHAMPOO 4-OUNCE JAR Needs no special rinse L Leaves hair easy to man- aji e » Abundant : lather iVvcn in the hardest water 'i -. i i,..i aau i^... i !,„• HKI M *» "I I COWBOYS and NOTICE COWGIRLS ROUNDUP CLUB MI1TS THURSPAY NITi 7;30 p, m, COLISEUM 7:30 p, m, SAY, PARDNER! We gotta git ready to ride out on de trail to meet ole Tex Ritter . . . . MUSIC PARRf 1 RACES ,,, . FUN Sturdy, Cqlorful LOOSE LEAF BINDERS Zipper, leather $1.49 Others from $1.98 to $5.75 Bankers Approved. . PAPER MATE BALL PEN Point retracts .. Wearever Slim Style Sturdy PjgWc 12-IHCH RULER REGENT CRAYONS GOLFERS' SPECIAL! I DAYS ONI AMUROL Ammonlated Tooth Powder 49 C raehel Mnciobert. known us godmother of Ihe Royal Air Force, SHOP BARRY'S 6 for 2Sc PROD POTATOES lOLb. Mesh Bag 43c Fresh PEAS Summer i! Cold? 5'I Hay t£»--: Fever? 5 <0 /: S his Take Action TABCIN For Relief Bottle QQc 20 SCHICK BLADES Evcrsharp injector ~~ Feature DRUG Values! The . Family Antiifplip BACTINE Cleanser, Baclerlcldp Antiseptic, Peodorant AU In One Bottle. Bounce Q^C we for. 9«9 • f «cfc 5 BLUE JAY Corn Plasters Contains Phciiylmm WALGREEN ASPIRIN 5-sr«in UMvU Bottle A 4\c 0/200., <|5f 1 ' eygfr sae HAIR BRUSH Jr. Aytinal Vitamins 35' EPSOM SALT V.S P. pure. POVNP (Unit » , . , . 25' AlUM POWOER 4-oz. pack Now at sqving? ..... 45' SPIRITS OF AMMONIA Ajowotic. 2-omice Bottle foj . . . . 4? 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