Davis and McArron open clothing store in Lubbock, Texas

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Davis and McArron open clothing store in Lubbock, Texas - T« flmPAT AVALAHCHE JOURNAL LUBBOCK, TEXAS,...
T« flmPAT AVALAHCHE JOURNAL LUBBOCK, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUKES. 1§38 Opening Of McDavis Clothiers WiU Be Staged In City Monday Night nrnuT LIGHTS , : ''iyMATADOR—fourte«n new street •gbt* toe the down town section .km tote purchased and will b« iMUUcd, Mayor G. T. Edwards •jutouneed. They will be placed •round the court house square. •evert will be operated by the city tad three by Motley county. MOVES TO SNYDER SNYDER^-J. D. Mulllns of Lubbock, Lubbock, a driver for South Plains coaches, will move here soon to become become driver of the company's new service from Snyder to Albany. The croaklngs of frogs Is almost ax varied as the songs of birds. To Congratulations AVDAVIS CLOT HM«>ftS On Their Splendid NEW STORE Texas-Slew Mexico Utilities Company Radio Party Is Being Planned McDavU Clothiers one of the moat exclusive shops for men's furnishings in West Texas, will be opened formally formally from 8 to 9 o'clock Monday night, with s. radio party. A staff orchestra from KFYO will play. ThB building, located at 1108 Broadway, Is modernistic, ha.i th« finest finest furnishings Grand Rapids could supply and furred walls are trimmed In fillkwood birch with dark cornices. Tilald coverings on the floor, indirect indirect lighting, alr-conditlonlng «ys- tcm, novel plan and other factors stamp It one of the prettiest stores in this section of the «ta.te, Name I* Explained The name McDavis Is a contraction of the names of Paul E. Davis, manager, manager, and of B. 1. McArron of BrcckervrUlge, one of the three partners. partners. P. W. Pitzer of Breckenridge, owner of Chemical Process company of Breckemlclge, the largest in Texss, and Davis are the others. Davis said the most exclusive lines of nationally-advertised merchandise would be sold In the store, which will cater to men and boys only. Personnel has been selected carefully carefully to offer maximum In service and courtesy, said Davis. L. A. Burdine, Burdine, assistant manager, formerly acted In that capacity for FJarrier- Durham ol bubbock. Me has lived here approximately 11 years. Wllh Breckeiirltlje Store J. P. Blinker, head of the advertising advertising and display department, has been with the Breckenridge store, Hub Clothiers, eight years. He is married and has one child. He lives in Lub- ho<:k hotel. last year he won two national display prizes and had won Exclusive Store To Be Formally Opened Here Monday Night We Extend Congratulations To Our Neighbor M C DAVIS CLOTHIERS On Their Fine New Store We are proud to have this fine Men's & Boys' Store as our next door neighbor Grollmans ttllTHOlfT€XTRAVAC4Ancey Wilson Bros. SHIRTS Above is a view of McDavis Clothier?, moclr-l iilr-comll tioned structure that will be opened formally with a radio party Mondny night. The interior of the store, at 1108 Broadway, is in silkwood birch, Inlaid floor sur facing nnd modernistic furnishings—one of the most beautiful and modern structures in tlie city. The opening opening will bo public. Self-Styled "Boiler Kid" To Go Places During Summer CHICAGO, June 4. (/P)— Fred Snite, Jr., the self-styled "boiler kid," Is going places this summer in a specially built automobile equipped with a periscope. H will enable him to be taken on pleasure drives, and to ball Barnes and other outdoor events which have been denied the 27- year-old infantile paralysis victim since he was stricken in Peiping, China, two years ago. Young Suite was in high spirits when he arrived yesterday from his Miami, Fla., winter home. The journey from Miami brought to 12,000 the number of miles he has traveled in "iron lungs." SOUTHWESTERN PIONEER DIES OKLAHOMA CITV, June 4. (.*>>— Edward Herbert Eikler, 84-year-old Southwestern pioneer who drove tht second herd of cattle down historic Chisholm Chisholm trail, died here today. Deulh was caused by a cerebral hemorrhage. Eikler played a colorful part in early Oklahoma history. He was a lieutenant under Capt. David L. Payne, the famous Sooner who sought fo force the issue of white settlement In Oklahoma by moving in without government authority, Since 1935 Australia has imported American aircraft worth $1.750,000. Delivery of at least, four more planes is expected within the next six months. Store Manager Assistant Manager Paul E. Davis, above, manager cf McDavLs Clothiers and partner of Fl. I. McArron, manager of Hub Clothiers and of P. W. Pitzer. both of BrcckcnriclKf. He Is a former North Ciirollnan who attended the. University of North Carolina and Calaba. Ho is not, married, and lives in Lubbock hotel. four earlier, through his ideas in decorating windows. D. V. Matheny, in the hats and furnishings department, is well known In Lubbock, having been graduated from high school several years ago here. He joined the army and spent five years In New York, San Antonio and In Panama. City, C. Z. Later he traveled out of st, Louis for a pants manufacturing company, Other employes are L. L. Latlinm of Slephenvlllc. who will do tailoring and alteration work, and Jack L. A. Burcline. above, formerly of Barrier-Durham store in Lubbock. is assistant manager of McDavis Clothiers. Clothiers. He has lived in Lubbock approximately approximately 11 years. MADDOX ANNOUNCES TAHOKA—B. P. Maddox, a well known attorney and business man here, lias announced for the place of county judge of Lynn county in the coming primary campaign. A resident here since 1916, he has been county attorney here, appointed appointed by the commissions court and reelected three limes. He or- giinizcd the Red Cross during the workl \vnr nnd also has been county county relief administrator. One Of Salesmen D. V. Mathciiey, above, will sell hsits and furnishings. After being graduated from Lubbock High school several years ago, he joined the army and spent five years in San Antonio, New York City and Panama City, C. Z. Later he traveled out of St. Louis. He is not married ancl lives at Thirteenth street and Avenue N. A\ C DAVIS CLOTHIERS A Splendid Store In A Splendid Cily, I 1 Brown, student In Texas Technological Technological college. The Monday night opening will be public. WIDE CHOICE OF STYLES AND NEW SUMMER PATTERNS Tr>

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  1. Lubbock Avalanche-Journal,
  2. 05 Jun 1938, Sun,
  3. Page 17

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