The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1944 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 8, 1944
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FRIDAY, 8, 19I-I 'Labor Leader Pledges Work On Armaments WASHINGTON, Dec. 7 (U.P.)— has come HLYTIIKV1J.I.K COUK1KK NKtt'S How Stiall Schtiols Counsel Students? . Ity CI.AltKE SI.ADK Ncaily everywhere (hcsn public schools have teacher! insight, ami lie can net with a ior nn ( | senior high schools, the nim being la help students solve educational, vocational, and personal problems. Their training ranges General Somorvell's request np the war production program. Acting CIO president George Addes said: "I want \.-> assure our President, Geiiernl Somervell nnd the armed forces (lint we will do our utmost lo more than meet the increased demand for armaments." Addes wont on to say llir.t he spoke tor the more itinii one inlllon members of the United Ant/) Workers Union. The War Production Board has pointed an accusing finger- at Congress for contributing to the mtm- l?o\ver shortage, (he lack of which has had much (o do with the lags in production of military supplies. Chairman Krug snys manpower regulations lack (he teeth to keep wiir workers in 1 their jobs. And he Illumes Conyres.s for bringing about ihe situation by its refusal to legislate national service. At the same time, Undersecretary of War Robert Patterson lint repeated (lie War Department's request Hint nat'onnl service legislation be enacted, even at this late date. But Krug says it would lake too long for such legislation' to get through. The only thing to do now, says he. is lo enforce more strictly the certificatc-of- iibility plan for keeping workers tit their jobs. | On Capitol Hill, the Senate Finance Committee has approved, by a vole of 13 lo 2, a bill freezing thc Social Security tax boost, The' committee chairman, Democratic 1 Senator George of Georgia, says he'll try to put Ihe measure before the Upper House tomorrow, so that Congrc.'.s will hnvc time to act over the expected Presidential veto. that (he 'guidance of pupils is us testatlons to the contrary, most of them follow the ••nuihoi native". U Is iriirtlllonn! to education; "tcai-li- er knows best." 1 years ago Philadelphia's U:KU<|, with a retivshhis ilts- of olhiT cities coun.sclinjj niul -guidance procrnnis, onsascd a professional social'worker lo re- Penna Leading In Miami Open Golf Tourney MIAMI, Fla., Dec. 8 (U.P.)_ .Veteran Tony Penna of Dayton, Ohio. Icadt the Miami open golf tournament with a two-under par 08. for the first'round. He took 33 on the first nine r.nd C8 coming back lo top an impressive field of 101 preffestion- p.k and 08 amateurs in thc $10.000 event. One stroke back comes the .'incolh.swinging nil-line pilot from Atlanta, Johnny Biilla, . tied with Morrie Gravatl of Miami. And , three .contestants arc bunched with »or. >.70's, Maiirie- O'Connor -, of '•Belleviile. - N. \J.. Pete "Cooper "of Gainesville, Fla., and Herninn Barron'of White Plains, N. Y. The ure-toiirney favorites, Johnny . Revolta of Evanston, 111., and Henry Picknrd of Hnrrisbmg Pa dropped back with 72's. The Joe Kirkwoods, senior and junior, lead (hem with 7i' s as docs Totnmv Wright of Kivjxvillc, 'J'enn. Morton Bright of Allniitn tops the Amateurs with 13 for thc skill, and I hat it can be carried on by classroom of homeroom teachers under direction. A number of the liirge cities do ft this way, notably Pittsburgh, Clei'c- •land, and Minneapolis. . In oilier sjJidol systems it -is. considered''ii field fcr experts only, but (he Inference usimlly Is thnt the only experts are those teachers" who have taken courses in- guidance nixl counseling In graduate schools of education. Baltimore, for Instance, places one or two 'counselors In evon the smallest junior high s.-hool.'i nml six in (he'largest; us specialists they work Independently of the (caching staff, providence, Hhode Island, with one of the oldest programs of counseling/nits'one counselor to each 250 students. In both points of view much of the guidance is regarding vocational mid educational decisions:; '"readier Knows Best" Iherc are two approaches lo counseling, the "authoritative, /directive" approach and a "permissive, non-directive" one. Stripped 01 Janey nngo, the first implies the counselor's ability, and authority to interpret problems and su|iply the right answer. This makes students dependent, say child psychiatrists The second implies Ihe •skill In setting up a discussion so mat It becomes a mirror in which a student sees his own problem in a detached way; then he chn supply his own answer from his own IB holes. Close behind him arc Earl Christiansen of Miami nnd Jim Lee of Tallahassee Pla both with 75's. - A bright sun and lack of wind helped keep scores low for the first round, and it secrrfa probable that figures well • under par will be needed'to win the $200 first prize when the tournament ends Sunday. With The Men In Service Pfc. Frank Grigsby, of Blythc- ville, who has been stationed at Fort Worth, Texas, has been transferred to the Army Air Field at Liberal, Kans. Charles p. "Buck" Watson, - 18- year-old son* of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Watson of Keiser, lias reported to Lincoln, Neb., for further training after spending his 10-day furlough with his parents. He recently .received his gunner wings nnd" promotion to the rank o( private [irst class at Las Vegas, Nev. Charles A. McPcrmott. seilmnn l-c witjjjhe Seabees, now is station- 2577 Families Seryed During Past Year By Local Red Cross An annual report recently was issued by Chickasawba District Chapter of the American Red Cross <overing its activities- during the past.year under leadership of Ken- rull Berry, chairnmn, and Miss Julia Limbird, executive secretary. Special emphasis during the past year has been placed on services of !;ll types to service men and women and their families, with the Lulk cf the chapter's activities having, to do with this branch of work, the report revealed. A total of 2,577 families have been helped during the 12-month period, with services varying from inquiries and information to actual financial as- .sisl.-ince. Tn order to assist in the mass of . clerical work involved in (his phase of work, a Staff Assistance Corps was organized with Mrs. James Hill, Jr.."as chairman. A training course was conducted Aug 21 through Aug. 24, with 15 women completing the course, and with ench woman since then Giving one half day at a time to assisting Jfiss Limbird and Mrs. W. W. Etiaver in routine clerical work. The number of returning vet- trans and increased number of men nnsv being inducted has doubled thc amount of home service work to be done, and a Home Service Corps was organized with Mrs. Harry w. Hninos as home service chairman, nnd Mrs. Byron Morse KS home service corps chairman. Twenty-seven women enrolled for the intensive three-weeks study course nnd at the present time each of 19 women are working off their 18 hours of supervised field nnd office work. Already these corps members are greatly relieving the congestion in the chapter office, nnd while working with families, are learning the real obligations of Red Cross, it was pointed out. The chapter's production corps, under the supervision of Mrs. C. W. Afflick, knitting. Mrs. G. W. Billnhunty, sewing, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, surgical dressings, presents thc largest number of hours worked and covert Ihe activities of (he greatest number of workers. Women engaged in this work give! of their time regularly each week : with all of these housewives or cm-1 ployed women with little leisure time. Thc year's report shows a total of 27,036 hours worked, with 1,472 wom'fjn working. Seven hundred and 17 garments were knitted,' 1,085 garments were sewn, and , 277,800 surgical dressings were made (luring this time. ' , '- \ An active year hns just ended • in thc first aid program under the direction of Mrs. C. L. Wylic and a water safety" program again • was carried out during the " past ! summer, Mrs. George M. Lee chairman of the committee was f«fistcd by 10 women and the instructor, Miss Alice Saliba, who is : proud of a record of two years in| structio'n of more than 200 children without an accident. Much work has been carried on in the Junior Red Cross when approximately 5,000 elementary .school boys and girls became members of thc Chickasawba Chapter during Hie year, comprising a large per cent of students of thc district. Two munition classes and .one canteen class were instructed by Miss Cnmille Robinson, with this activity expected lo triple its servl ice. next year. Miss Cora Lee Coleman it nutrition" chairman. Increase In number of persons seeking prisoner of war Information during the year was so great that need for a separate committee tevelopcd. Thc Rev. E. C. Brown recently was appointed chairman of this committee and already has been able to offer suggestions and advice to many families who have relatives missing in action or prisoners of war. Many items necessary for the comfort and recreation of convalescent men have been provided for through the activities of the camp and hospital council of which Mrs, George M. Lee Is chairman. Activ" ities of thc home nursing project have been, hampered by a lack of authorized nursing instructors, but one adult class and one junior class- completed the course during the past year. ' The War Fund, with n quota of $30,000 was oversubscribed by S528.-H under thc leadership of James Hill Jr., chairman, and his co-chairmen, E. B. Thomns, Noble Gill and T, I\ ,'Doc" Dean. "The year just past has brought many changes in the organization end the operation of the Chickasawba District Chapter of the American Red Cross," Mr. Berry "It Is with grateful thanks for the splendid cooperation we have received and with'a great deal ot pride In our accomplishments that we have drawn up this summary of our year's work," he concluded, i lnn).t they might be in first, a t-ympaihollc heart, n rciiily enr, nml a mum loiviue w-.nild remedy nune Children's <!UUi'uUles ihan 'n bus- kelful of shiny new decrees, SrhoU l-lffklency Improved Al'li'i- an Initial resentment the teachers nn,| principals accepted their help because with the mean Uilly. the shy nml withdrawn chilli, (lie boy every one picks oiv v'hc Li'lBhl, restless child, the one who vaults nt the sight of u ron<l!n;: bink. the sissy, anil (he show'-of!: ihi'y hel]idl nich child Inillvldlinl- ly "lo set up his problem as It Icels to him, personally, and to work on it in' his own way; to kilni; him bomelhhiR new, such a;; iiitctnmlfon In 1 does not. havn and lirl.) him consider how he may IK able lo use ll: nnd |o iwojjiilzc ttnd accept elements In the. situation which will not yield t6 his jires- Mire- and to which hn uill need to adjust in sci fur as h« is able," 'I'hi're is plenty of honest uitfcr- e-nce uf c;]ilnii)n about the I'hllu- (iclpliia plan; but It Is of Interest lo other cities because It Is a.'forth- light, enpaljle nllc-mpts to combine thc findings of education..psychiatry, an,) social work into ii wav of handling eht|dron that brintis In whnt others besides teachers know. Anil this, of course, makes the nv- CTiise sclioolinnrm hoppini; -mad she doesn't like to admit that any one else knows anything- about children. £:fcools that nrc wlllln'.' to risk authorities oiilsldo Ihe touching profession what they also kuo'A about children would seem likely to learn more Hum those which'.are closed tJ nny idea not orlglniUIni; nilhiii the teaching rnnks. Thnre arc-wide Impllcnltons in the Philadelphia pltin. H might even make schooling an effective experience. cd on Guam niter having spent,'a u,lk on Y, M. c. A work ulvra (he j:nst several months in Hawaii. | bv P L DoMnson of KntKnv r-iii. Mr. McpermoU. who shipped out of j Wesls al t^hu^n! In B *lt tion lo Mr. Robinson, were C. M policies and head » Division of rn- I'll Pi'rsonnel. Here was a man who knew children too, but Irom out.slde the classroom instead of inside, Hill! retaining the usual i;nlchinco in high schools, lip .set up a jimuls- fivc, non-directive counseling In elementary schools, when; innny !>«)!* dealing with children think emphasis should UP. H Is (his deviation ivl)J-h makes Philadelphia's ccmucliiuj of possible sisnlflennce. From Us teachpi-K were selected 80-otld known lo be Interested in children as persons instead of as academic sponges, nnd they were assigned to schools us rapidly as iirlncliwls would accept thorn. Their preparation- was marked for its Ihoronghnpjs, "simplicity, nnd common sense. They wore trained ill seminars nnd roun ( i table discussions; 'the. tell, child psychiatrist!-, in the country talked to them; leaders in training 'social workers lectured;'they rend, they discussed, (hey sotifjht ndvlre from oWer, more experienced teachers who knew a distraught child from a bad one. And all the time they talked with their mistakes and siieccsses-lo Ihu hend of the division and his equally ; capable assistant, also a social worker. In short, tile counseling teachers, as they were culled, were trains;! exactly ns a master craftsman trains tin alert, promishi}' tip- prom Ice: by handling actual cases under close supervision instead of 1. D. McD.r,no,t DC.,. Pvt. Jerry Harrington, whose wife an t j three children now nrc living In Blythevillc. has arrived in Hawaii. , ' Private Harrington is thc third ECU of Mrs, C. W. Harrington so sec overseas service. Staff Eergt. Glenn Harrington returned to Ibis country last- month after three years service in the Imiia-China-uiirmn war theater, an;i ScrgU Calvin llar- ilngton recently returned lo Ihe United States niter two years in (he Panama Canal Zone. • * '» Pvt, George MUM- Jr.. who was Inducted: Into the Army nl Fort Icavcnworlh, Kan., on Nov. 20, has been transferred to Camp Hood, Texas, where he is (raining in an infantry division. Private ..Muir'is the son of Mr and.Mrs. Muir of Blytheyille. Hale Talks To Rotations James C. Hnlc of Mnrlon, who nrtumcs the office of prosecuting iittoniey next month, was guest speaker nt Thursday's luncheon meeting of members of the Blytlie- ville Rotary Club held at Hotel Noble. Thomns Klnnrd, manager of the local office of (ho Railway Exprc.s Company, became « new tneinbr-i of the .irgnnlziillon nt this meeting, when gue.'.ts In addition to Mr Hale included Elmer Alexander of Ptnc Bluff, Dr. \v. L. irawi>.e of Dallas, Texas, nnd W. I. Myers of Steele, Mo. Of Talk To Kiwanians Members of the. Blvllieville Kl- .Sijiiirrcls on C.'ililc Diet- ' HERNAMDO, .Miss,. IU.P.)—ilcr- uimilo'K sijiilrrph- nrcii't co-oi'.'fS- llng In (lie nation's program 'of war coivcrvation. Lnlely they bnvr nceulrt-d a new diet—wire cnbles Cn several occasions recently, they have put a number of telephones Hotel Noble, hear.] ir.g nvvny thc"'wlrcs. ^f • "The Drink of the Sovihertt Gentleman" GLENBY-FRASEK & CO., j V_ Newark, N. J, proof Ncw'.York, N. Y. •SreYERS.D3STniBIJTlNG CO., BLVTBEVILMf. ARKANSAS .-J ',11/"&">,,. PAGE THURK ^ ling Of If you have tried shopping recently for your holiday needs you will aviate more fully the fbllbwini hsrcd scarce merchandise. These Christmas goods have been purchased from all over the United States in order that you might fill your gift needs. ! , ' '. , GIFTS FOR THE LADIES... '' Graceful l.iii-llc Picture 1-Yiimes-. Translm-nil, iKMiillfal, I'rlrrd Si,SO hi $11.00. Atlnu-llve tu-lli'r dresser sets. Prtml S-J.SQ (o 25.00 NallDiially famous Tay.snn Cos- Ill niu .leivelry. l'r[(eil S2.00 to SM.OO. Arll-ilirnlly rnrriMl Onmwooil I'l.-lldtes, Ashtrays. Plfture Pinnies, cle. I'rlml f.flu tn SS.OO l'iii-kl',li Tun-els. Another very searee Item. Cellophane ivrnp*- pcil, A useful Kin '''t«il 8!lc to SI.50 N'MImially ailvrrllswl Nylmi |>ol- Icry. Priced Sl.OO lo §5.00 Mfc-llke ArUfleial Orchids. llox- cil in cellophane. J'rlced nt $3 Musical I'uwiler Hoses mid Cli-anil 1'lami Clgnrclle 'IViiys. SIO.OO. (•Ift Ilauilln-ri-lileCN. On« of Mir inosl sciircu of all jjlft Horns tills MirKlmiw are llclter Hamlkerehlefs. We )i:ul t,, K0 lo Now Vnrk for cure but «•<• urc really proud ot our assort- MK'iil. Kuril CVIIiiplmur Nrau- imil. I'.xi|uls!(i)l,awiw, mill Duln- ty Linens. Haiiil rolled hems, In'fintlfullv cmlirolilc-ml. ueiier- ous shcs. 1'rlci-il 4Di: ID $i t ..i c ),, Tiililc lliiens. Attractively different. J'rliilc-d or while, l.'ni'h tlclloplinni: wrniiiieil. I'rli'ed... <'ieh $1,00 lo Sl,oo Iturc. Nupkln Suts. Cllslrnliiij \Vhlte Daiiinsk or iitttncllvu I'rlnls. 1'rlced 15n tn $:t per Net IScltcr Dishes. Dinner Hols In beautiful patterns. Service for I, ii or 8. 1'rlccd SX50 to $8,05 per set. Also AHIslle, and useful Individual pieces. Illylhevllle's mast attrncllve line l);,ln(lly iheer Gowns., Bliik pr 'H'.I '* y -,^: ll """" j : H" ow " •'•-'-Kose.'l.aee Tflmmea ami (.'lilliiuan, IllRh TtvM Sliclir tlliKfiin, 1'cr 5'alr ........ $].0l 1'n uiutcli above, llutcs Percale I'lllow .Cases. 1'cr I'ulr . , .5^,18. Htyllsli linns. Always an atitciit- alile Rift. Priced liclow reRulur "inrlict iirlcc lo absorb ZO'/,. Federal Tax. 1'rlml Sl.HO lo Tax Included. liollm'c ll or not. Otic Lot Wonderful llate..s I'cruilo Sheets (tor Half Dcils only), A Kiiro fllft for one who Is very tlear. Priced eaeli ....... .. ..... 51.50 llouso Coats. ,lnst Arrived. An Asmirlnitmt inieipiuleil for variety unit lie'nuty. Oeiierously made, All Sh.cs up lo 14, Triced up to, ..... , .............. fclO.UO Oathcrcd Boillcc.'A KnreiGlfl. I'rlccii:...-,...... ;$.i,f,0 to $7.00 • i .' ; . " .' •letter Illouiica. All sizes and'Col- ors. ,1 U'oiiScrful .'• Selection ''rlccd.. '.'...$1.50 to'S5.00 (.'hcnllle ItuRs. Fully covered with rlicnllle:*' Good ' Assortment of colors. Priced S?,95'&.'$3.50 ei. \ l.nrso Assortment o( Oven King (llass Cioohlnj; Ware. A useful (lift. ' . ; ' '.• ' •':•.:..*';.. Cutlery. Atlnictlvc. Stnlnles.s Stetl Unit will give a life time ot service. Hcts of 24 pieces.' (6 each knives, forks, teaspoons' anil • laruc siiuons) with red, .'grey'-or Hinlitr handles. I'rlced Sims i 0 ?lfl.85 Also many qtlicr, attractive silts for the ladles. , r, OUR LAYAWAY ; A Deposit of $1 Holds $10 Worth of Merchandise ATTRACTIVE GIFTS;FOR MEN: Slcn's Kadi Unties. Wool or gab- erdine. A very atlracllvr illlt | •' useful' KlfU I'rlced 'SI2.7:i ii> SIO.SO. Men's Dress Hncks. AUrarllvrlv llovcil. I'riccd ....Me to $1.00 Men's Nationally Ilninded Tics. Hu.vcit. rdi-cil ..§1.00 ,V- SI.SO Men's Military llnish Sets, i'ric- ''d SI.00 (u SJ.OO •«u,,y Onlawo0(1 ,, |e M , s ••- si||r(s whi(c ^^ _ ' - • ' ' ••;'-• :."«; *J M ,;. . j; 1 ™ 1 ;** fMc ""' V'iM »I.'P . .assortment Priced «| 00 io %n K ±,"4 k U;!;, b K ""1 n 5; A '«»: ' .. . ".'.'' ', : "">'> •»«"'.I" IVn n«*>&K Kentucky dull Stinrlnf! Acres- ' .wrles. I'rlml.......T»c (c, $1.51) Glen's Sweaters. A la run variety. All sl/.es. I'rlcttl $1,50 Iti $!">00 ., , . . M.UU. Men'* and <I!,,)"sl.eather Jackets. Mcn'.s Cienulnu S,, c ,lc Jackets. «t 512.76., Men's Klinkl Officers Twill tlrcss Shirts. I'rleeil al SW5 .-,,n,,Wh,,er,,derwca, IVircil iUcn'.v ft: anil iV! 5S.1, r ., Glen's Innnliln IVn Priced 5Z.SO. Men's Ornawood Ash-trays and Mcinii 1'ads. S9i! to SI.50. Miin's Outing I'ajamas All SlJes, Triced nl ?2 50 lictlcr (lift Handkerchiefs T5c * SI caoli. For Baby... instinctive Clnth Animals by /"I'elrie.;' I'rtccil 52.50 to 5:1.75 *, Haliy Sets, t.'omb, llnisli, Spoun l-'ork and roivder Ho.v. Priced JL-IO. llradcil Doll liattlcrs, each Sllc. Ilanil Knit Sweater, cap and llontee Sets I'riccd at Sfi.50. Infants Dresses of Dotted Swiss. I'iiik or blue satin liow knots. Inillvidu.ilty Itnxcil. I'rlced al 51.98. Other (nfanLs Altr.ictnc dresses Triced SI.OO ami $I-fi!). Infants while outins kimonas, KOIVJIS nml slijis. Kadi Individually cellophane wrapped. Triced at Me. llaby's I'rjipcrcll Heavy OuliiiR rcccivins blankets. Hl/.c SO.vIt). Kuril 50c. llaby's raps, crrcpr. IJncil ami cliibi-oidcrcd. l^.'ich 50c. All wool Imolccs, Tcr Talr 39c and r>9r. i:smond Baby lilankcls. Ilcautiful Deslsus. Cmy and warm. liox- cd. Trtcc $I.!1S. Te.piii.TcH Crib Hlaiikcts. Snflii Hound. Sizes 3G...X 50, Vluk, white or blue, fllllivtiluillly boxed. Kuch $1.1)5. Buhy Heavenly soft elder iluvvn lilankcts. Size SlixSO. Boxed. S3.05. llnby's Snlhl Oak, combination folding High Clialr. I'riccd al 58.75. llaby's Solid Oak Chamber Scat. Triced at S8.GO. ALSO—BELIEVE IT OR NOT Kagle, Padlocks 51 Can Openers 20C Metal Dust Tans G9c (7ooit Claw Hammers 75c Mclal Lock Boxes SI.75 Metal Skillets 50c Metal Pol Cleaners lOc And many oilier hard lo find ilcms. Toys For Kiddies... untc Xiirscs Klls In I.calbcrcllc Kits J2.93 I'lustic Dish bets Doctor ICits $l.&0 Krlltcr Kit's $1.25 Hcwlnir Ulls 3. r !C and 59c Trolley Cars Chemical Sels 88c Hlory linoks 5c lo 50c "™nis 39o and 60o C-Liss Wiishlioarfls (usable)..59c Play Mops 25c and 35o Asd' and Answer Game for the whole family 89c Safety D.irt (iainc ....Jl.DO Mysterious Skywrllcr 70c Large blackboard 730 Small Slraisht Cliulre nml Uock- cra. ..:...' $I.3D to $2.50 Double !)ol(,]lcds with ladder 3.2r. Horse Tull Toys SI,95 Nationally advertised Commatiilo Toys: Invasion Inrjc with Jeep, S'i; Tank with moving turret Rim, S1.7S; Large Jeep, 51.15; Liirjc ncld sun (hut makes flr- ing noise as II moves, Sl'.75. SlroiiRly made duck pull cart 2.50 Machine Guns 50c to 1.50 Larfc Universal Truck ..'..$1.95 "N'oma" OH Truck 51 Wnjron nilcd with blocks ..$1.30 Animal pull toys wtlli' moving heads, legs, etc.,' I.Ji Bulld-A-ScLs [-.$1.50 Clnth covered ya<\(\ pull toys 1.50 Genuine Diamond Scout A\e 1.50 Genuine I). S. Army mess kit 53c Genuine U. S. Army canteen 79c Large sack of blocks,... $1 Universal "Bulld-n-rallroad" ;sel 89c American Kings, all sizes to to S3 Dnlls, nil kinds, sizes, 39o.lo 8.50 Bomber Ba|l Glmc... -...39c iMortcl Airplanes. Iflc to SOp I)ial telephones 1.50 Modern Jig-Saw Fimies, 5 puz- • zles over 1300 plccea .-.....1.50 Arfcrafl Paint Set...'.".'.'! , s . .59o large Paint Set A$"l G-Man- Finger 1'rint Set,..1.75 Cross-bow Gun ............3.50 Largo 17-pan-er Iclcscopes, 43 Inches long when open. • Tho above arc only a few of thc attractive gifts which you will find at Fritiius this holiday season, if you do hot want to be disappointed you should buy now. We have a convenient and simple LAYAWAY plan. A payment of just $1.00 will hold any merchandise which you purchase up-W $10 00 until Christmas. Our layaway department is fa(rcady full to overflowing, so, for your own protection SHOP EARLY. We are selling out of items each day which cannot be replaced. GOODS AND BETTER GIFTS 2017 W. Main Phone 2637 F; £ {i to SI 50 •MM',

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