From the Archives

The Southern Democrat, October 9, 1952

Items of personal interest

Jimmy Bains, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Bains, suffered painful injuries last Saturday while riding a bicycle when he ran into the back of a truck. Treatment for Jimmy involved five shots and four stitches.

For Sale: Five room house and bath in Blountsville. Has electric water heater, kitchen sink, butane heating system. Also garage with cement drive. All for $2100.

Just received new shipment of chrome breakfast, dinette suites in all colors. Attractively priced at Mc- Curry Furniture Co.

Lost: platform rocker off truck in front of Ferguson Florist. Please return to radio station WCRL for reward.

Children need entertainment? We have games and puzzles galore! Bill Wittmeier Toy Store.

Strayed or stolen last Sunday night, large redbone hound with broken tail. Notify Vick Thompson.

From local merchants:

Warm Morning coal heaters – coal burns slowly and saves on fuel bills and makes plenty of clean, healthful heat!

Transform your rooms in one day with Super Kem- Tone wall paint! New, thrilling colors, lovely pastels and rich deep tones. Easy to apply. Velvet smooth and rubber tough! $1.65 qt., $5.19 gal.

Boys’ winter Union Suits reg. $1.39, now $1.00

Birdseye Diapers – First quality, 27×27 $1.89

Sheer nylons, 98c

Corn Flakes, Raisin Bran, both for .28c

Girls’ everglaze chambray dresses, $2.98

Blouses – Debonair, eye-catching creations for day or evening, $1 to $2.98

Blankets, 5% wool, $4.95

Ladies’ cotton up-lift brassiere, reg. .79c value, now 2 for $1.00

Ballards oven-ready biscuits, 2 cans 25c

Dinty Moore Beef Stew, 1 1/2 lb. can, 54c

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