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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1946 Otli Century Club as Supper Dance Gi'eens Entertain With Dinner Party Hosts and hostesses last night.ot, Of Interest In two continents was ie monthly supper dance of the'Hhe dinner party at which County 3th Century Club at The Hul I Judge nnd Mrs. Roland Qrcen were ere jln rand MrsJ Don'Day, Mr. I host and hostess last nighv at Ihelr iid Mrs. Walter Day, Mr. and Mrs. lines Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Rus-: •11 Haynes Farr and Mr. .Hid Mrs. aim F.- Fields.. • : Guesls and. members galiwrcil in ie lobby, where'mixed flowers were rrauged. Tlie ^supper trible '.V3S ecorated with, bouquets or red can- as and red .siia'pdrugous with 'ti.il- ies. Burning red candK'S in cry- tal holders completed the scene. )n the mantle were mixed zinnias, .lack-eyed-Susans and'daisies. The niall service table had a centav- >iece of .yellow cannas. Guests' included J. T. Sudbmy, Roland -Bishop and Miss Bunny [Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Newton White,'; Bob, jicHaney and Miss Wllma Mdhani, Joe McHnpcy and Miss j Jackson, Bill Chamblhi. 3eorgc '• Hubbard, Ron -Calabccke;-• uid Miss Jane McLcoci. Mr. and Mrs.'Robert Thompson. VSrs. Shane Hostess To Mid-week Club Mrs. Cecil Shane entertained jcs- crctoy morning with a party for .iiembers cf Mid-wsck Bridge Club. The Shane home. 1001 West Main, {•as decorated with arrangements of Summer flowers- f.cccnted with Gucsls .were serycd nl small tn- ilcs in the living room. in bridge games, the hostess won High arTrt second high went to Alts. Aubrey Comiay. PTA Dance Will Be At The Hut Tonight home. 1012 West Ash. The event was one of the climaxing affairs honoring Mijs Kl- dora Neal, of Yarbro, nnd her fiance Vliss Birclinc DiUvortb 3ride of Hubert Taylor Anncuncement IKIS been Jna'^' of the marriage of Miss Uii'diiu 1 l)i!- wcrlh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Dllwoilh to .Huliurl, A!lc-:i Taylor, son of James Taylor. The wedding was .yjhmniv.ccl .Juui- B at tlie home or the Rev. 12.ii Bifs of News Mostly; Personal leson, 138 East Ash. Harold Thompson Jr., h-is arrived home to be with Mrs. T'honips>;n •it 1 licit 1 home on Fast Ash, and his unrolls, following his dlwha! ;.',e ficm Ibi 1 armed lort'.-s. lie has Just, iiHiirned to the stales from Calm Island in the Pucllic. O\r.r- KCLIS a yt^ii", he is a veteran o!' If tnnilli:; service. At The Hospitals U. S. Hits Hard At Monopolies Flurry of Charges Expected Soon From Investigators. Mrs. Cecil Wi'nlcn and daughters Tils Hut will be the scene tonight of the jast High Schpol c'nnce of Hie sriison sixmsored by the Senior Parent Teacher Association. 'The dance, to begin nt n o'clock, i£ Jor .Higli E c hp°] students and students abnie from college. — ' * * '.* To Have Fish Fry The Men's Club cf FIr.st Mctho Uist Church will have n' fish fry tonight at Walker .Park. Arrangements for the event have heen made-by a committee com- cd of Ja'.k Finley Hotjirs^n and R. A. Nelson. Henri IDuhot of Paris, Frnnct, tefore their wedding - tomorrow morning at the Church of Immaculate Conception. The guests included Monsieur Duhot's parents, Monsieur and Mud- nme Desire Duhot, and his sisters, Mndeinolsscllcs 'Qcnnnctle arcl iiel- ene Duhot, of 38 Till Loiii:; Blerlot Street, Paris, France. Gcannelte Duhot will be Miss Neal'.s maid of honor in tomorrow's ccie- mouy. They arrived yesterday from P.irls for the wedding. Arriving in .the States nt New York. U:ey were tlicre for a brief time bin'urn co:n- liiB to Memphis by i>!nn<.>. -The bride-elect's sister and family, Dr. and Mrs. John L. Van liooscr mid dan^hlei 1 . Dj'.niu, of. Sihjthvillc. Tenh., were amm'.,; the guests, as were her pamii!-, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ncn'l, and another sister'. Mrs. Edward Cnsey, and Mr. Casey, all of Yarbro. Mr. nnti Mrs: William P. Orr, who in:iL:c! their home west of Yarbro, also wevc guests. Forming a setting for the gro"]> Ixi the living room were bouquets of reel radiance roses. The Incc-draped table in tlie dining room, from which tile throe- course dinner was served, hnd ar effective centerpiece of fushia sweelpens arranged in a crysta bowl. The bowl was placed on a mirrored plmiuc and malchlnj crysln holders held glowing wlii'.r! candles Tlie color scheme was ciihnnccc with the place cards of m-.niiiUir pink. bridesmaids, each holding a basket of sweetpeas In the fushi* shade. Tnc brido-clec'. whose pi:ico was i m:H;?d wil\i a rii:il1n?.l>ow, wns ]':e- I tented a corsage of swceVpMs. Sturdy, pastor or l.akc: Slresl Mcth- I Mary Alice !md E!lz.il)L-lh, and Mrs odist Church. The bride's matron t>; honor v.n Mrs. Guy Cdllcr and Mr, Cullli'i 1 ftrvtil Mr. Taylor nis he.st man. The bridegroom i.; u veteran <>i four years .service in the mmo.-l forces. Parents of Daughter Mr. niid Mrs, Huford K. filiiljli'i arc parents of a dniiBlittT lurn yesterday at Walls llospilal. Khr has not been named. -,j Mis. slubbs is thi> form-1 Mi.s •' Vilmii James. Jc/ioo/ Heads Plan Summer Study in fast Mr. and Mis. IJaltcn C. !'Vj,l:.">:i. of the Fowlslon Hfhool uf Mn.sii. 1 , will spend the next l,lo mmi'hs studying in The East. They will leave Mond iv lor New Ypi'k City where Mrs. ' Fowl- .slon will take courses in plat 1 .: (;ln:-;scs and voice inilnini; ami wh:.'n Mr. Revision will rcvie.v v 1 *!:'. tralnjng hiKlriLcllon. They also will attend the link- shire Festivals riiirlna the week o! July 23 from which they expect v> l?ain Iclens for activities in th'.s secL|on leadtni; io slafiinix Miull:u v events In : Mlsslsjppi Count.;,-. While away, Mr. all'! Mrs. Pov.'l- Mlon and their two cliiUUvn. I'.Uri- ela and Russell, will \yj r.ii'iM;- of Mrs. Fowlston':; parents aL Gcrrish, N. II.. and of hi:; parents a| Morn', Vernon, N. Y., where tlu: eMcr Mr. r owlsU>u Is hciid of his School of usic. They «tll rrlurn shortly hMorc (ipriilii|{ the school here in Scp- mber. [Wroldi's mother. Mrs. Cl:o L-nrj- '•IOM. li:ivo rjfiiif t-i IMS;; Christian, .Mi 1 ;:,., lor ij vacautm. They rm j joining Mrs. Laiinslon'.-; other diini;hlcr, Mrs. G. O. I'oelx ami iljiuyhler Glemh!. who arc already there. Margaret. Wrotcn, youngest <l:i lighter »f Mrs. Wrotcn, was tak- (n io I'inc luuff where .she wiU vl::ll her graniijwrcnti wlillc otiier :ui'iiil;er» of th'J family arc away. Mrs. Ann Elevens Hamilton and «)ii. liill, Mrs. .;. M. Williams and M,II, Dii'k. have returned home af- er having spc-nt n feu 1 d:sy;i in V;i"i]|>lils. Willie there, they went c a clanci' in ihe I'ualincly Hotel Skyway. Mrs. .IL-S.SI; I'ravlncL', 127 Must Vine, has idiin-cd frnjn Kiirl smllli. \vlu-ii 1 she UK.S Ihr liiicst a wct'k of llenlry, and Mrs. Les- Poolinle Weds Sites Parents of Son Friends here will l)e Interested to earn that Tech. Scrgt. and MI'S. George Edward Sites, m.ikiiK; Shell- home In Liinton, Okla.. whilo he is stallontd there, are p.imits of a .->:;:>. Horn last Sunday, the baby has been named Ceoi-Rii Hduard Site III. He'Is' their flrsl child. Mrs. Sites is the former Mis* Carolyn Hood of plythevi'l?. daiiiih- ler of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. lliv.ul !)10 wzst Ash. Club Has New Member ^'Irs. Graver Wren, a ne\v memb'-i of Friendly Hook Club, piuycd card with tlie ifroim yesterday aftemooi .vlicn Mrs. R. A. Copeland 'wns lios i CSS. A lunchsDn featured the usua weekly party with Mrs. H. C. Blnn kcnshlp jr., n u»est. In |hc alternoon games, Mi'. Leon Scherer won hiah, Mrs. J. C Hucy received second, nnd Mis Eendoiin linsy won rookr. Kpvetnge.s were served during lh cames.. Meetings Members of the Sword of Hunker 111. Masonic Linijii'. will have a jetiue supper IcniKhl. 7:H() clock, at tin- Hall, it was an- ounct'd today by T. I'. l)i' rand comiua'ndei-in-chief. hi.r son, .lame Ih'llicy. Mr. anil Mr.". Meyer timber, 10 II W<;:;t Holly, li'lt Wr(incsd;iy for Miii<>ci|i:c-, wise'., whi'rc they v.ill .'pcnd a ijrlcf visit with I heir son. 11m Id Mli'harl. at Cinnu Kawar;." Da^iil will he at Ihe camj) twtj iiKimhs but Mr. and Mrs. Ur.ibcr l.'lan to return Tuesday. T.-.ey woni l)y ])laiie Io Chicago. Mrs. Carra J'ruitt bus relnini'd from parJHvonld. wlu 1 ! 1 * 1 sh? was the Biip.sl of her son. William U. I'riilll. and Mrs. Prnill. Mr. an:| Mrs. Frank Ashcr and children. Shirley and Billy Frank, i; Merced, call;., are spending iwn ivceks here with rilntives and friends. The Asliers, who formi-rly liv<'<| in Hlylhi-villc. also will visit In Memphis before returning to llieh- California limn?. Mis; Marion Di>:tt of Miami. Tla., will arrive tonight, to be st of Wallace Smith and hh mollier. Mrs. J. F. Smith at their ilnmc' on Ensl Main, while Wallace i: home from University of Florida, Gainesville, where lie is a sludrnl. '. Smith met Miss Bucll in Mem- Hlytlicvllle Ilosilltal Admitted: A. W. White. Osceola. Wade Hart, Oscqola. Sherry Howerlon, Osceula. Tohimle Turrentlne, Osceola. W. A. Andrews, Dell. Mrs. Callle Moore, Oridfr. Julia Butts, city. liorn to Mr. anil Mrs. Karl lie, city, a daughter last nlt;l Dismissed: Sandra Yri(es, city. Mrs. A. F'. Beard, Manila. Dr. George Cone, Osccolu. Walls Hospital Admitted: E. S. Mullins, nt. 3, city. Mrs. Vcrn Gray, Yarbro. Mrs. KverHt Prater, Hermondale, Mo. Mrs. It. R. Teatiue, city. Mellon Burks. Rt. 3, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Jell Wliitc, Rt. 'J, city. Wanda Gaylt! Candle, .city. Lucili 1 Douylas, Holland, Mo. Freddie Mullins, IU. 2. cily. M. J. Mullins, IU. 2, city. J. II. Little, Holland, Mo. Joe Gulmnan, Holland, Mil. Joseph Jones, city. Mrs. Cecil Warren, llayi.i, M.>. Mrs. Hoyd Cable, cily. Sandra Camp. Caruthersviilf. Mu. Herbert Nave. lit. 2, city. M<-m|>lii.s ll;i|ilist Hospital Admitted: Carl Crump, city. Mrs. Mark Stewart, cily. W. H. Brown, Manila. WASHINGTON. June 28. (UP)! —Justice Department officials said today that a drive to eliminate monopolies and oilier reslralnls of trade WLI.S nov; in high gear and llmt a flurry of Indictments in various fields could lie expected. -Thi'ie are Hi? ii.ve.slissations be- liiH made in various fields and innny of these are expected Io ic.suU soon in federal j;rand jury action. Some 127 cases already are before the courts, contrasted with 32 :n ISM. Most of Hie Investigations began immcdiiilely after VJ Day. They inchiili^d such fields as housing, food, fuel, banking, electrical equipment, medals, optical equipment, transportation, oil, gas, tires, .sm'KJcal instruments, radio parts, washing machines, clothing beer and heavy industries. Olhci inquiries are b!.'hi',j; made in yet, undisclosed iielils, i)ut they involve manilfacliirinf; producls which affect the production of the neccs: illcs of life. Twenty nc\v anti-trnsl suits have been filed since VJ Ui.y. They ivolve ;r]jca. television equip- phenolic resins, nickel, ball bearings, rrinitt alloys, artificial limbs, electrical ennlpmcnt, axles, coal, liquid gauges, metal culverts and mill'.. Settlements satisfactory to tlu justice Department have been made in 20 cases. Those Involved (ircrnft instruments, metal hose and tubing, (he Associated Press, cnemicals, dyes, the match trust, borax, gas range.-., grain machinery, air conditioning equipment, machine tools, drugs, rugs, vitamins, sponges and Ice. sentatlve, will be unable IT interview veterans In this section scheduled for the next two weeks. 1'- was announced today, Mr. Smith is undergoing treatment at the li-iptist Hospital In Memphis following an operation. Employment Security Official Enters Hospital " Homer Smith of PufagouU'. Jyment Security field repre- FREE to STOMACH SUFFERERS [f bloating gas. nnci upset stomach Jrom >iy|K-r;icitmy are making life miserable ind >'on reel ns if you can't digest your food. fm<J ore unsiH after eat Wig. ask MS for KUEF irinl package o( inons Or. Ware's Black i'owder Tal> [ii n«v::!;ir slVQ S] .W. ItOTHHOCK DRUG CO, Plastic I BATHING CAPS 98c Assorted Colors WOODS DRUG STORE Read Courlnr News Want Ads. Mr. aim Mr?, w. i\. Carter plan Io Iravo Monday to return Io llieh' home in Fort 'Meyers. F!a., afirr havini; l)->en here ns i;nrsl.'i of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hbb f.]M'adli>y. ' Kil Eisl Ash, and Mr. and Mrs. Pov. Etcii- Continuous Shows Every Day Uox Office Opens 1:41 Show SSxrts 2 •"<> I.TSTKN TO KI.CN 1 Ofl a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Another "From Me To You Letter" from Harry Frirzius. QUIZ PROGRAM How many of you remember having 1iear<l the name NIKOLA M. SKVKRNIK? Wiiat! You mean to tell me you've never heard of the ciiy? Well forevunsake! Ah'iyht, I'll give von a lead. He's a Russian. Now do you know who"hc is? No? Well! Well! Well: I am really suriii'lsccl. (Or am I?| I^et's forget Mr. Severnik for a few momenls [hen and I'll f;Sve you a chance to redeem yourself. Think carefully now, this IK a hard one: How many of you have heard the name Joseph Slahn? Oh! What a brilliant class you turned out to !>c. So yon have all hoard of Mr. Stalin. Wonderful! Who is Mr. Stalin? Yes. That's right. Premier. Field Marshal, etc.. etc.. of the U. S. S. R." You left out one of his important titles though. He is the leader or the head of Ihe political party in -Russia called the Soviet, called also the People's party, nnd called also the Worker's narty. Yes he's a" or I might say THE Russian Labor Leader. His labor party obtained complete c.in- trol of Russia, thus Mr. Stalin has anolhei- title, viz: the Russian Diclalor. iTo he sure we have no Labor Leaders who would aspir: to the power held in Russia by Mr. Stalin. Oh no! What do you Ihink?) Now let's go back to our opening question. Who is Mr. NIKOLA M.-SEVERNIK? Slill don't know? Well, I'll tell you He's just Ihe President of the USSR. Now the moral of this letter is Well, you figure il out. . P. S. Have you bought your Poll Tax? Lt. Jolm Dooliltlc, son o( Gen. "Jimmy 11 Dooliltle of Air Force fame, is pictured with his bride, the former Priscilla Johnso'n, of Washington, D. C., following recent marriage in the capital. NOW CUT PRICED FOR MICK CifAKANCE. QUANTITIES UM.TED. HURRV; .HIST AUItlVKU! N'HW HOAT CUSHIONS S2.S!) Folding back scat for your comfort, V I, A G Cl.KAKANCK! 8 1 / 1C ;!\;"> COTTON HUNTING. $1.97 lie ready for a big 41 li of July. Buy now and save. Last Time Today From This Day Forward with .Jimn Foil 1 :i i no anil Mark Stevens T'arnninunl News ami Soleclcil Shorl FRITZIUS Afford 6 FLAVORS-AT GROCERS ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS To increase flow of urine and relieve irritation of the bladder trom excess acitiily in the urint v "tbO DARK 1 UCCY TANNED • ccssa Are you sullcrlng u baclocbc, run-down letMinjr t fort from csccs* r.cMily In th< you disturbed nights hy A Ire . I to pass water? Then you should " thai famous" doctor's cti&i Use at InicrvaU' SKIN SUCCESS «ir«CH CBEAM .- distrcx< id disc am A frequent dcstt ou »hcui' y — DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT— thousands say gives lilcsscd relief. Sw^inp Root i* a carefully blended cc. \blnnHon cf 16 tierbs, roots, verelnhles, bal-tnmi. Dr. Kilmer*! Is not har*h or >iablt-formlnK IA ny lls marvrlaut effect i(t;lsti s*ll Swamp Root. »ny vr*y. ^fa^y a Is undine. AH dn f H SATURDAY BAKERY _ SPECIALS Old Fashioned Apple Sauce Cake ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY Sorry— Just 7 to a Customer HARTS BAKERY Owned — Employing Blythevilte People Clearance Values ior Ail TOTS I PC. STUII'Kl) Srci'IUSUCKKI K U iN- SUiT STc Good siw assortment. They'll wash and wear! HOY'S 2 I'C. BOliliY SUIT KQR 1'LAY OK Practical ami economical suinniL 1 ]- wear. $1.57 67c 88c 67c $14.88 lOc 97c 17c $2.97 $3.97 98c 5c $1.98 $2.47 37c $1.77 CAHINKO SINK UIC- DUCFJ) TO CU.ICAH! SSI!l.f>0 A 5-1" cabinet and lop complete with swing spout faucrl and .strainer. CO A I, WATKK Hit UN INC HKATKIf UK- Res;. Slfi.29 heater. Alcacli Io your present range boile.-. l.ADIKP WH1TK SUM- AJKIf K JI O M T S KK- DlH'K!)! S2.7V Regular $3.98 shorls for mil nnnfortnblc suminer iil.iy. LADIKS S T If 1 I' K I? C O T T O N St'OUT SHIRTS !>U' Wear them wilh si.uT^-; or shorls. assorted colors. AM. MKTAI. KITCHKN OH UTILITY SWO1. Sl.OC Stvircly welded steel stool, ucil only. N E W STIII'.MKNT COCOA FIHEK DOOK- MATS §2.4fl Size 10 X 28. Other S'M-A ill stock, tool Child's training chair. Just 5 Sturdy fiber broom Household corn broom Glass washboard Reduced! Children's swing set Gloss marbles 100 * Child's pul] toy Anogram Game Lingerie Chests (Small) Lingerie Chests (Large) All metal shoe rack Assorted 'Buttons, card Rol!-on Girdles Purses Reg. 3.98 Men's Reg. 49c Ties Men's Reg. $2.25 Belts Men's Work Pants $1.47 Work Straw Hat clearance 14c Reduced for Quick Sale Boys' 2 pc. Dress Suits $11.77 Boy's Cotton 'Pluy Shorts $1.27 Children's Barefoot Sandals $1.97 Child's Training Seat $1.17 Boy's Striped T-Shirts 67c Clearance! Prices Are Cut Wood over sink Cabinet 30" x 30" $13.00 Wood over sink Cabinet 42" x 30" $32.95 Dorblc Basin China Sink $17.45 Mixing Sink Faucet $5.95 Sink Cabinet only; 72" $61.95 Socket Set 11 pc. Rcq. $10.75 $7.75 All Steel Tool Box $2.83 Cotton Clothes Line $1.77 Steering Wheel Spinner 53 C Braided Sash Cord $1.60 Misty spray Lawn Sprinkler 79c Canvas Soil Soaker $1.90 Long Handle Shpvcl $1.15 Ro!l-ci-way Lawn Sprinkler $2.79 Plastic Chair Guard 27c Youth's Reg. 4.50 Archery Bow $2.77 IVJ.ontgomery Ward * Uio our monthly payment plan to buy ony mcrchandin frc™ our store stocks or Ihiough our calafoy deportment. Saturday Tarzan and the leopard Woman with Johnny Wcismuller Serial: "Forest llun.ners" No. (i :nnl Shurl Conl'il Shows Sat. 12:30 to 1I:SU Kunriay & Monday Cornered wilh Dick Powell :ind Mieheline C'lu-irel Paramount News and Selected Short , Coming Soon to the Uitz: 3AHATOGA TRUNK with Illgrlrt Bcrgmnim & Gary Cooiicr Matinees Sat. A- Sun. Only linx OITirc Opens 0:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Slarts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sul. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday a( Ihe Ko\y. I/asl Time Today I10URM-: FEATUUE Girl on the Spot lh .Irss I*:irkcr :unl I.oi:; ("nllin Behind Green Lights wilh Curolc I.-iinlis :uul AVilli.ini (inrgLin Saturday Gun Smoke wiih .Tohnny .Mark llrown Srri.ll: "Who's <;uilly" No. 8 all Shiirl ConCd Shows Sal. 12:30-11:30 Sunday ami Monday Ale Baba and 40 Thieves with .Ion Hall and Maria Fox News and Selected Mond Short "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS This Is One Saturday that You Simply Canl to tyliss! "Why? Hecatisc Every Spcciaj Appearing Below Is F I EL DiC REST Yes tills is FRITZIUS' FIELDCHEST SATURDAY. FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE GREAT MARSHALL FIELDS COMPANY HAS APPOINTED FRITZTUS THEIR EXCLUSIVE: REPRESENTATIVE IN BI.YTHBVILLE AND THE SURROUNDING TERRITORY,—YES FOR THE FIRST TIME YOU WILL HE ABLE TO SEE THE COMPLETE PIELDCREST LINE. TO YOU WHO HAVE LIVED IN THE LARGER CITIES IT WILL NOT BE'NECESS.ARY TO EXPLAIN WHY YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS A PIELDCREST DAY. YOU'LL BE HERE. UNTIL FRITZIUS OBTAINED THIS' COVETED EXCLUSIVF. LINE, (ONE OF THE MOST HIGHLY PRIZED BY MERCHANTS ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES) BLYTHEVILLE DID NOT HAVE A FIELDCREST DEALER. THE NEAREST FIELDCREST STORES WERE MEMPHIS OR ST. LOUIS. REMEMBER THIS. MARSHAL FIELDS' FIELDCREST LINE IS THK MOST COMPLETE. THE FINEST. ' THE MOST EXACTING. AND THE MOST REASONABLY PRICED TO' BE FOUND ANYWHERE. EVEN THE CHAIN STORES HAVE NOTHING THAT CAN COMPETE WITH IT. ASK THOSE WHO ARE FAMILIAR WITH FIELDCREST. Tnke rmc item for example. Most dealers would be glad Io advertise just one kind of bath'or Vace towel since they arc so scarce. In our Fiektcrest display tomorrow, you will not find one kind i>l towels hut TEN. Yes. ten different types and sizes of towrls alone. You will find both the famous "Wearweil" nncl "Oolden- K:\lc" sheets and pillow cases. You will find the oge ami only Fieldcrest bed spreads for Uoth single :uid double beds. Yon will find the most complete line of line blankets in tlie United States. We have already sold and put In our special blankel lay-awny deparlmenl, more of these blankets than most merchants will be able Io obtain. (In any kind of blanket) for the entire year. Yet we have just received another coriiplete shipment. You will find everything from a snow white blanket sheet to sell for $2.32 and Fielrtcrest's gaily colored Indian "pinto" blanket at $2.21, to fine all or part wool blankets, priced lower than most cotton blankets nml including the nationally knbwu reversible "Mar-Ray." Ono customer recently purchased 20 of these beautiful blankels (individually bosedl to use as Christmas gifts for her circle of c'.-.ise friends and relalives. HERE ARE THE SATURDAY SPECIALS and ALL FIELDCRES T SHEETS "Wearweil" 81x99 ' : SHEETS "Goldcngnle" 81x108 PILLOW CASES SIZE 42x36. Both Wearweil and Golclcngatc. HUCK TOWELS (Three different sizes and kinds). FAMOUS FIELDCREST TOWELING by the yard. TURKISH OR TERRY TOWELS. Ten different sixes and kinds. Priced very low. BATH OR WASH CLOTHS. BEDSPREADS. A FIELDCREST SPECIAL CREATION. Reversible. Priced right. Both slmjle and double bed sr/.es. FIELDCREST CURTAIN PANELS. Bsjauliflll full size panels reasonably priced. I'TELDCREST BLANKETS. INCLUDING:— WHITE COTTON SHEET BLANKETS INDIAN PINTO BLANKETS COTTON DOUBLE BLANKETS MAR-RAY REVERSIBLE BLANKETS INDIVIDUALLY BOXED DOUBLE 5','b AND DOUBLE 25% "WOOL BLANKETS SINGLE 57i WOOL BLANKETS SINGLE ALL WOOL BLANKETS and other types. Here is our simple INSURED lay-awny BLANKET plan: fiOc down will hold any blanket regardless of price. 50c each two weeks or $1.00 per inonlli i>er blankel Ihfre-altc-r. (You may pay more of course If you wish) Blankels may ho left, wilh us even after they are paid out. unlil you arc ready for them this Fall or Winler. you may also bi;v and pay for vox-.i blankels now and we will stove them for you until Fall at no extra charge. All blankels stored wilh us are Insured by us for you. They must l)e in perfect condition when delivery is made. No rxir.-i charge for tills service. NOTE THIS: MANY CUSTOMERS WHO ARE ABLE TO PAY CASH ARE USING OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN. THEY ARE AWARE OF THE ACUTE SHORTAGE OF GOO!) BLANKETS. T,HEY ARE BUYING NOW RATHER THAN \7AiT AND BE DISAPPOINTED THIS PALL. THEY KNOW AI.SO THAT THERE IS NO BETTER BLANKET ANYWHERE THAN FIELDCREST AND THAT PIELDCREST CAN'BE PURCHASED ONLY A FRITZIUS. DON'T WAIT UNTIL PALL AND HAVE TO DO WITHOUT. BUY YOUR BLANKiTS NOW. REQUEST: Please come prepared to fill your other household needs nt FP.tT- ZIUS SATURDAY, ftemcrnber you can' get everything you need from tooth-brushes to |K>ts and pans. Open Saturday Trompjy 8:30 a. m. Close 10 p. m. Other \Vcek"I')ays Store Opens 7 a. m. Closes (i p. m. FRITZIUS "A/ways Something New" 2017 W. Main Phone 3457

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