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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 28, 1946
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BLYTITEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1940 !0th Century Club la s Supper Dance i Hosts and hostesses last night, ot he monthly supper dani,e of the »th CenUJry Club at The Hut Greens Entertain Withr Pinner Party Of Interest In two continents was the dinner party at which County Judge and Mrs. Roland Green vert Miss Birclinc Dilworlh Bride of Hubert Taylor and Mrs Don Day, Mr. 1 host and hostess last nigh 1 , at Ihcl nd Mrs. W»Uer Day, Mr./iad Mis. ames EoVards, Mr. and Mrs. HIUJ- ell Haynes F»rr aiid Mr. anil Mrs. ohn P Fields' Guests and memoers gatneicd in ho loLb>. v«here Ir ringed The ^supper table "s lecorated with bouquets o£ red can- ns and red sna'pdragons wtl'i dai- les Burning red candles in crj- lal holders completed the scene. Dn tlie mantle were mixed zimiian, jlack-ejed.- Susans anci daisies. The Small service ' table hart a cent?<-- jicce of, yellow cannas. Guests' included 'J. T.' Sudbury, Roland -Bishop and Miss Bunny Bishop, Mr. and Mrs.' Newton Whi- hpme, 1012 \vest Ash. The event was one of the cll- tnnxlng affairs honoring Miss Eldora Neal, of Ynrbro,'and her fiance Henri Uuliol of Paris. Francs, before their 'wedding .'tomorrow morning at tbe Church of Immnciila'to Conception. '< 'The guests included Monsieur Duhot's parents,. Monsieur and Mad- nme Desire Duhot, and his sisters, Mademolssellcs Goanncltc hrtl Hel- onc Duhot, of 38 Till Loui:i Blerbt Street, Pails, Franco. Mademoiselle Geannetlc Duhot \ylll be Miss Noal's maid of honor In 'tomorrow's ceic- mony. They arrived yesterday from Purls been jiiii'J? n" nil- Bifs of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Cecil Wrotcn mid daughters is Bob McHaney and Miss Wllmu for the wedding. Arrivtiii; In .the Dldlnm Jos McHanes and Miss States at New York, ihr-y were' Ljnn Jackson, Bill Chnmblln, there for a brief llnie ~eorgc'Hubbiid pon Calabeek"-.- } Ing to"'Memphis by piano. Anncuncetncnt of the marriage of Mis lilrdln? l»l- wciili, daughter of Mr. and M:s J. T. Dllworth to .Hubert A!lc-:i Taylor, son of James Taylor. The wedding was xclonml/ed jinn- 8 at' the home of Ihc Ucv. !3.iU"i _.._„. Sturdy, pastor or Lake strcst Mi-lh- (Miiry Alice lind IC'lic.ibelh and Mrs odlsl Church. The bride's matron of honor was Mrs. CJuy Collier and MI-. Cuilifi 1 served Mr. Taylor na best man. The bridegroom U u velcnui oi four years .service in the nnnc'il forces. * • • Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Buford K. einbbri are parents of n dinmhler burn yesterdoy at Walls Hospital. Kiw has not been named. I Mrs. Stubbs Is the fouirr Miss }Vilma Jnmcs. aiid Mrs Miss Jane McLeod Robert Thompson Mr. n:i(i VIis, Shane Hostess To Mid-week Club i Mrs. Cecil Shane entertained yesterday morning wllh a party for tiirinccrs cf Mid-wsck Hi id'c CJub. The Shane.hoine, 1001 West Main, was decorated «i(h arrangements of Summer flowers', i.cccnled with .Guests ; were. served . at small ta- bics in the HMng room In bud^e games tht hostess NOII high nitd second. High went to 2viis Aubrej Com\n\ 4 • • PTA Dance W t ll Be At The Hut Tonight Hut will be lhe scone to- Tha night, of the list High Schpol dance of the scrison sJMnsorcd by • the Senior Parent Teacher Assocl'.i- 'ilon. The dance, to begin at 3 o'clock, lo, High school students nnd Sj, es p nrenls Q f .The bride-elect's sister and family. Dr. and Mrs. John r,. Van Hooscr nnd daughter, Dolnii., of Smllhvllle," Tenii., were aiuoiiij the gilests, as were her paienly, Mr. and Mrs. J.' E. Ne.-il, and another sisler', Mrs. Edward Casey, and Mr. Casey, all of Yarbro. Mr. nnU Mr.«: William P. Orr. wlio ma!-.e their home- -west of Yarbro, also we:-c guests. ' Forming a setting for the gro!>|) In'the living room were bouc.ucl.s of ,rcd radiance roses. The Ince-draped table m the dining room, from which the three- course dinner was served, had an effective centerpiece of fUKhla sweeliieas arranged In n crystal bowl. The bowl was placed on a mirrored plaque and matching crystal holders held glowing whi'.e candles. Thc color scheme was enhanced with the place cards of inininlure lilnk; bridesmaids, each holding a basket of sweelpeas In (he fiiElil- shadc._ Tne hihtn-elec.i. whose place w r as m:irl;?d with a mnllrn.baw. wiis p:e- &i>hlcd a corsage of swculpeas. School Heads Plqn Summer Study in icson, 138 East Ash. Harold Thompson Jr., h:is arrived dome to be with Mrs. Thompson U ihelr home on East Ash. and Ills inirenlB, following his discharge 'icm the armed forces. He has lust, returned t'j the states from Calm island In tin: Pacific. Outsells a year, he Is a veteran of 17 mcntlis service, Mr. nnd MLS. Dulton C. Fowls'.' of the Fuwislon School of Musk', will .spend the next U« mun'tn studying In The Must. They will Icnve Momltv lor New Y^irk Clly where Mrs. " I'owl- slon will tak,. courses in plan i:lnF.scs nnd voice triilninn and wlvji Mr. Fowlston will rcvic i- V.-)!:L training Instruction. They also will attend the Berkshire Festivals cHirliiu the \vcek o! July 23 from which they c\|)2ct lo gain Ideas for activities in liits section leading lo slaBlng similar evenl.s in Mlsslssppl CouiHy. Wlilje uwny, Mr. nnd Mrs. Vm.'l- ston and their two children, P.itrl- cia aiul HiiKscll, vlll l>s r.'iKiStf of Mrs. Fowlslcin'fi |jarents :il Gcri'ish. N. 11.. and of his purenls :U Moi;ni "crnoii. N. Y., where tin: ulclnr Mr. '.owlsloii Is head ,,f hi s Scbooi oi iuslc. They v.ill return shortly before ep|)Fnlii)i the schiml here in Re|i- ember. I Wi-olcn's mother. Mrs. ci:o Lnn-j- '•ton. havn i;onc t:i i'a ss Christian. Viiv;.. lor if viicacion. Tiiey ire ijilni! Mrs. Lanusto.'i'.'i other iiBlitcr, Mrs. a. O. I'oetx ano. lighter Olencli'.. who arc already tbcro. Marsaret Wrotcn, youiiRCsl :isilighter of Mrs. Wrolen, was tak- :n 10 Pine Ijluff where she wll! visit lier grandparcnti while other iiicmber.s of tin family are away. Mrs. Ann Stevens Hamilton nii<| son, 13111, MIS. ,;, M. wlillanii; anil ;i,n. Dick, have returned home after ImvliiK spent a few dny.i In phls. Wblle there, they wool ID a ilanc'.' at the Penbody Hotel EJtyway. Mrs. .les;;n £>rnvlncc, 127 Mast Vine, has leliiriicd from Purl Smith, where she «n.'i tin- guest, a wci'k of hi.r .son, Jnmcs H«nKy, and Mr:;. Henley. Mr. anil Mr.u. Mc-yoi 1 firaber, 1011 Went I lolly. Iclt WedilCMhly fur Mlniiciiuc. Wisi-.. where tliey v.ill jpt'iid n brief visit with their son, Hriiid Mlcliai-1, at Cum!) KawiiSM David will he at the camp two months bin Mr. and Mrs. CJr.ib.:r |:lan In return Tuesday. weiu. by plane to Chicago. Mrs. Carra J'ruilt hns returned Pni'ftKQiiUI. where S)ID was psl of her son. Willi.un 13. and Mrs. .1'ruitt. At The Hospitals Hlytlicvllle Hospital Admitted: A. W. White, Osccola. Wade Hart. Osceola. Sherry llowcrton, Osccolii. TbjnmU* Turrentine, Osceola. W. A. Andrews, Dell. Mrs. Calllc Moore, Cirlder. Julia Butts, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Karl Leslie, city, a daughter last night. Dismissed: Sandra Yijtcs, elty. Mrs. A. P. Beard. Manila, j Dr. George Cone, Osceola. Walls Hospital Admitted: E, s. Mulllns, Rt. 3. city. Mrs. Vcrn Gray, Yarbro. Mrs. Everett Frailer, Hcrmon- dalc, Mo. Mrs. 11. R. Teague, city. Mellon Hurks. lit, 3, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Jeff White, Rt. :i, city. Wnndn Oayle Caudle, .city. Litcile DoiiKlhs, Holland, Mo. Freddie Mullln.s. Rl. 2, cily. M. ,1. Mullins, Rt, 2, city.' J. H. Uttlc, Holland. Mo. Joe Colcman, Holland, Mi). Joseph Jones, city. Mrs. Cecil Warren, Huy'.l, M.). Mrs. Iloyd Cable, city. Sandra Camp. Cnruthcrsvil Herbert Nave. Rt. 2, city. Mi-mphis Admitted: Carl Crump, city. Mrs. Mark Stewart, city. W. H. Brown, Manila. students home from col!"ge — ' • • • To Have Fish Fry The Men's Club cf First Melhc- dist Church will lm\c a fish fry tonight at Walkei Park Arr-mgements for the c \cnl have recn made by a conmiitt c conV- pas-rl of Ji k Finlcy Robh s^n and R. A. Nelson'. Doolittle Weds Friends here will be Interested to Icnrn :that Tech. Scrfjl. and Mi's. CJcorge Edward sites, imkti'u- lliiilr hoinc in Luwlon. Okla., while 'he is stallmud |here, die invents of a saii. Born last Sunday, the baby has been named Gnorjje Kchvard' Silos' III. He'ls : their fjrst child. Mrs. Sites. Is 'the rorinvr Mis> Carolyn Hoo;l of Blylhcvi'le. dniiP.h- ler of Mr. and Mrs. a. M. lloail, 010 West. Ash. Cliili'Hhs New Member Mrs. Grover Wren, a new incmb:r qr Friendly Rook Club, played env<|.'i vith [lie group yesterday allerndnii Mrs. R..A. Copc!and was iM ess. 1 A luncliion fealnrcd the usual vcckly party witli Mrs. II. C. Blnn'- 'senshlp jr., n guest... In the aflernoon gomes, Mrs Leon Schcrer won high, Mrs. J. O. Huey received second; and Miss Eendoiia Hney won rook?.. •Bevei ngcji were served during the games.. Lt. John Doolittlc, son of Gen. "Jimrny" boblittle 1 of Air'Force fame^'is pictured with his' .bride, the former Priscilla Johnson,"of Washington, D. C., fallowing recent marriage in the capital. 'TbO DARK CCIT» T A HWt Z • SKIN Meetings Members of the Sword of Bimkrr Illl. Min;oiilo ixirtBi-. will luivo !i liii-beiiue s»i)])i'r lGii!|rhl. 7: SO ''clock, nl lhe Hnll. it, w n s nn- lonnceil totluy by T. !•'. DL':MI. I'luul cominnndtir-in-chief. aurl Mrs. Fnink Ashpr nnd lilUli'ni). sliiili.y tinrl uitly Pwinit, f Merced. CMIIf.. art! siiviullni; (wo »i:rl;s Ill-re with n-lutlvcs and friends. The Aslicrs, who fonncrly lived In lilytlii'Vlllc. will In Memphis bolore ic'lllinill" to Ihelr ciilirornln home. Mis; Marlon Uocll of Mi-.imi. Mn.. will anive tonight lo be.- of Wnlliic.. Smith and 111 mother, Mrs. j. p. Smith at tlifii hoiiiu on Rust Main, while W;ill:icc I:- home from University uf Fl Oiilncsville, whei'o ho Is n .stiieieul •Vif. Smith met Miss Ucult hi Mem- :lli::. Mr. mid Mr.=. W. A. Cartel- plan to IPJIVC Monday to rcliirn to tiiclr home; in Fiin Meyers, p!n.. aft IT luiviiit; been here ns iruests of Mr. ;>nd Mrs.- Ebb Spi-ailley.' i:n Ens! Ash. mill Mr. nml Mrs. Foy. Etc::]- COr PRICED FOR IUICK ClEARANCf. QUANTIFIES UMTfD. U. S. Hits Hard At Monopolies Flurry of Charges Expected Soon From Investigators. WASHINGTON. June 28. (UP) —Justice Department officials said today that a diivi- lo eliminate monopolies and other restraints of trade was now in high gear and (hat a finny of Indiclmenls in various fields could be expected. •There are 107 investigations being made In various fields and many of these are expected to lesnlt soon In federal grund Jury action. Some 127 cases already are before the courts, contrasted with :)2 fn 1038. Most of the Investigations began Immediately after VJ Day. They included such fields as housing, food, fuel, banking. electrical equipment, metals, optical equipment, ti anspoi tafton, oil, gas, lirrs, snriilcal instruments, radio pnrls, washing machines, clothing, beer and heavy industries. Otliei Inquiries are being made In a.s yet undisclosed riclds, but they involve manufacturing .products which affect the production of llin necessities of life. Twenty new anti-trust suits havo been filed since VJ DE.y. They ivolvi! iinca. television equip- ment, phenolic resins, nickel, ball bearings, ciiucl alloys, artificial limbs, electrical equipment, axles, coal, Itquld gauges, metnl culverts and milk. BcUlcmenls satisfactory to the Justice Department have been Hindu In 20 cases. These Involved (iri'i.nft Instruments, metal hose and tubing, lh e Associated press, cnemicals, dyes, the match trust, borax, gas range;, grain machinery, air conditioning equipment machine tools, drugs, rugs, vitamins, sponges and ice. Employment Security Official Enters Hospital " " Smith of Pafasoukl. Security field repro- F. Homer Kmplc'yment FREE to STOMACH SUFFERERS (( bloating Gas, and upset stbmoch from liypcracijily are making llfu miserable Hid you feel as it you can r t digest s'our food, nnil arc upset alter eatlne, ash 'js for KHEF trial package ' of famous Or. Ware's Black lowlier Tab• sizq Sl.OO. •HKOOK DKUQ CO. sentatlvc, will be unable t'> interview veterans In this section scheduled for the next two weeks, it was announced today. Mr. Smith is undergoing treatment at the liiptisl Hospital In Memphis following an operation. Plastic BATHING CAPS 98c Assorted Colors WOODS DRUG STORE Continuous Shows Every Day Kox Office Opens l:4k 'Show StnrtB 2:«« LISTEN TO Kl.CN D:00 a.m. ^^:•lf> p.m. 4:30 p.m. ACTS ON THE To increase. fio>v of anno • . relieve irritation of tbe bladder from excess acidity in the urint Are you suffering unnecessary diEtrei^, bachicbe, rim-down fccliny and discomfort from excess ncirfity In the urlnc> Ar* you disturbed nights by a frequent •w you dislurbcd nights by a frequent 7 1 I? pass walcr> Then you should - DUU ha o' ,t Interval.- 35c FXIN SUCCESS BIF t C H_r I I/LM V*t ootr'M dtncud.' know | that famous doctor's discovery — DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT — thai thousand* ~s.\y gives blessed relief. Sw.>mp Root Is * carefully tended ec.ibinallon c-f 16 fierbs, roots, vegetables, balsnms. Dr. Kilmer'* Is not hsrth or babll-fnrmlnK la .mny w»v. Many >ajr Its m*rvttavs effect b amailnc. AM dr\i«liti sell ,SW«mp Root. SATURDAY BAKERY SPECIALS Qld Fashioned Apple Sauce Cake •P ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY Sorry — -Just 'l to a Customer JUST 1 AKUIVIOD! N!0\V HO AT CUSHIONS S2.S!) Foltting buck scat for yom- comfort. I' 1 I, A 0 CUOAKANCK! B I '/. K ;(x5 COTTON .HUNTING. Sl.!)7 lie reiicly for 11 bin -llh of July. Buy now itiul save. Clearance Values for All TOT'S I PC. HTIillMOI) SKKKSUCKK1 8 U N- SUIT ' STc Good size assortment. They'll wash and wear! HOY'S 2 !'C. HOiUtV SUIT FOR" PI.AY OR LKlSDRR Si. .15 Practical and economical for siunmcr wear. Child's training chair. Just 5 Sturdy fiber broom Household corn broom Glass washboard Reduced! Children's swing set Glass marbles TOO Child's pull toy Anagram Game . . Lingerie Chests (Small) Lingerie Chests (Large) All metal shoe rack Assorted Buttons, card Roli-on Girdles Purses Reg. 3.98 Men's Reg. 49c Ties Men's Reg. $2.25 Belts Men's Work Pants Work Straw Hat clearance $1.57 67c 88c 67c $14.88 lOc 97c 17c $2.97 $3.97 98c 5c $1.98 $2.47 37c $1.77 . $1.47 14c LaKl Time Today From This Day Forward Jonn ront:iinc and M;irk Slcvnus News and Selecinl Short Saturday Tqrzan and the Ledpdrd Woman \\Itl •Serial: Johnny WrismuHer Tores t Kiintjers 1 ' Ni>. fi nnd Sliort Cnnl'il Shows S:it. 13:30 lo l lt::fU & Monday Cornered uilli Dick I'nwcll ami Michcline Chcirel Taramnunl News anil Selected nhnrl Coming Sonn lo the Kilz: SARATOGA TRUNK with Ingrld Bcrgmann &: Gary Cooper CA1HNEH SliSK HIC- DUCKI) TO CI.KAH! $i)i).r><) A 54" cnbinct nnd top retii- plclc with swing spout towel' and strain^] 4 . COAL U U Tl N I N G WATKU IlKATEi?. !{!•:' Reduced for Quick Sale Reg. SiC.20 licntcr. Al;nr:i to your iirescnt ruiiRc holler. LADIES WHITE SUMMER S H O K T S KE- mi('EI)! §2.77 Regular $3.08 shnrUs tor cool comfortable summer pl.iy. LADIES S T U I T E 1? C O t T O N Sl'OUT SHIRTS 9U- Wenr tlirm with sl.irk-j ov shorts, nssorlccl colors. ALL MKTAL KITCHEN OJ{ UTILITY STOOL Si.ijt; Sturdy welded steel stool. KM only. N E \\ SHll'MENT COCOA FIDEU Boys' 2 pc. Dress Suits Boy's Cotton 'Play Shorts Children's Barefoot Sandals Child's Training Scat Boy's Striped T-Shirts $11.77 $1.2.7 $1.97 $1.17 67c Clearance! Prices Are Cut Wood over sink Cabinet 30" x 30" Wood over sink Cabinet 42" x 30" Dot'ble Basin China Sink Mixing Sink faucet Sink Cabinet only; 72" Socket Set 11 pc. Rcq. $10.75 All Steel Tool Box Cotton Clothes Line Steering Whcej Spinner Braided Sash Cord Misty spray Lawn Sprinkler Canvas Soil Soaker Long Handle Shovel Roll-n-way Lawn Sprinkler Plastic Chair Guard Youth's Reg. 4.50 Archery Bow Other sacs In M $13.00 $32.95 $17.45 $5.95 $61.95 $7.75 $2.83 $1.77 53c $1.60 79c $1.90 $1.15 . $2.79 27c $2.77 MaJlnccs Sal. ,t Sun. Only Box Office Opens Ii:l5 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Niglil Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Hoxy. I-ast Time Today DOIJBM-: FEATURE Girl on the Spot ivilli .less Hurkcr ;unl I.ota Collier Behind Green Lights .ontgomery Ward Use our monthly finymcnl plan lo buy any mcrchandlsa from ouc ttpre stocki or through our'colalo-j department, with Carole I^mdLs William <iLirgan Saturday Gun Smoke wilh Johnny Mark Urown "Who's fJuilty" No. 8 and Short Confrt Shows S:il. 13:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday Ali Baba and 40 Thieves wilh .Ton Il;ill nml Maria Fox News and Selected MontCT Short Another "From Me Tp Ypu Letter" from Harry Fritzius. QUIZ PROGRAM How mnny "f you remember having hoard the name NIKOLA M. SKVERN1K?' Wlinl! Yuii itiDan to'tell me you've never heard of the Riiy? \Vell ferevensakD! Alright, I'll give you :i le;i<l. He's a Itus.sinn. Nov.- do you know who'he Is? No? Well! Well! Well! I :un really .surprised. ( I?) U.'1's foi'Het Mr. Scvcrnik lor a few inoincnts tlien nnd Til Bive ynu a chance to rctlccih yourself. Think carefully now. this IK a hard one: How many of you have heard the name Joseph Stnliti? Oh! What a tnllliunl class you iumeil out to Ijc. So you huve all heard 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 unportant titles though. He is the lender or the head of the political party in -Russia called the Soviet, called also' the People's party, nnd called also the Worker's party:• Yes'he's a or I might say THE Russian Labor Leader. Ills labpr party obtained complete control of Hiis'slh, thus Mr. Stalin has another'title,-viz: the Russian Dictator. (To be sure we have ho Lnuor Ixjaders who would aspire to tiie power )ield in Russia by Mr. Stalin. Oh nq! What do you think?) ' Now let's go back to our qpening question. Who Is Mr. NIKOLA M. -SKVERNIK? Still don't know? Well, I'll tell you. He's just the President of the USSR. Now the moral of this letter is — — Well, you figure it out. P. S. Have you bought your Poll Tax? FRITZIUS "4(woys Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS This Is One Saturday that You Simply Cnnt Afford to fyliss! ''' Why? liccaiisc Every Specif Appearing Below Is FI ELDJCREST Yes (his is FRITZIUS' FIELDCHEST SATURDAY FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE GREAT MARSHALL FIELDS COMPANY HAS APPOINTED FRITZIUS THEIR EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVE IN BLYTHEVILLE ANU THE SURROUNDING TERRITORY.- YES F.OR THE FIRST TIME YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE THE COMPLETE FIELDCREST LINE TO YOU WFIO HAVE LIVED IN THE LARGER CITIES IT WILL, NOT BE NECESSARY TO EXPLAIN WHY YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO ' MISS' A FIELDCREST DAY. YOU'LL BE HERR UNTIL FRITZIUS OBTAINED .THIS COVETED EXCLUSIVE 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 THE MOST COMPLETE, THE FINEST.' THE MOST EXACTING AND THE MOST REASONABLY PRICED TO BE FOUND ANYWHERE. EVEN THE CHAIN STORES HAVE NOTHING THAT CAN COiMPETE WITH IT. ASK THOSE WHO ARE FAMILIAR WITH FIELDCREST. Take one iteni for example. Most dealers would he glad to advertise just one kind of bath'or iace towel since they are so scarce. In our Fieldcrest display tomorroj*', you will not find one kind of towels .but TEN. Yes, ten different types and sixes of towels alone. You will find both the famous "Weaiwcll" and "Golden- Rate" sheets and pillow cases. You will find the ouc and onlv Fieldcrest tied spreads for both single and double beds. You will lind the most complete line of fine blankets in the Untied States. We have already sold and put In our special blanket lay-nwtw department, more of these blankets than most merchants will be able to 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 Ficldcrest's gaily colored indinii'i'plntb" blanket at $2.21, to fine all or part wool blankeUs, priced lower than most cotton blanket-s and Including the nationally knpwa reversible "Mar-Ray." One customer recently purchased 20 of'these beautiful blankets (individually boxed) to use as Christmas gifts for her circle of close friends and relatives. HERE ARE THE SATURDAY SPECIALS and ALL FIELDCRFS P SHEETS "Wcarwell" 81x99 : SHEETS "Goldengate'' 81x108 PILLOW CASES SIZE 42x30. Both Wcarwell and Goldcngate HUCK TOWELS (Three'different sizes and kinds). FAMOUS FIELDCREST TOWELING by the yard. TURKISH OR TERRY TOWELS, fen different sizes and kinds Priced very low. BATH OR WASH CLOTHS. BEDSPREADS. A FIELDCREST SPECIAL CREATION. Reversible. Priced right. Both single and double bed sixes. FIELDCREST CURTAIN PANELS. Be.niitifnl full sim panels reasonably priced. FIELDCREST BLANKETS. INCLUDING:— WHITE COTTON SHEET BLANKETS INDIAN PINTO BLANKETS COTTON DOUBLE BLANKETS MAR-RAY REVERSIBLE B'LANKETS INDIVIDUALLY BOXED DOUBLE 5% AND DOUBLE 25% WOOL BLANKF.TS SINGLE 5ft WOOL BLANKETS SINGLE ALL WOOL BLANKETS and other types. Here is our simple INSURED lay-away BLANKET plan: 50c down will hold any blanket regardless of price. SOc each two weeks or $1.00 per month per blanket thrrc-aft?- (You may pay more of course if you wish) BlankcUs may be left wilh us even after they nrc paid out. until you arc ready fin- them this Fall or Winter, you may also buv and pay for'yon blankets now and we will store them 'for you until Fall at no extia charge. All blankets stored with us are insured by us for you. They must be in perfect condition when delivery is made. No exlr.i charge for this 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. TJIEY ARE BUYING NOW RATHER THAN WAIT AND BE DISAPPOINTED THIS FALL. THEY KNOW ALSO THAT THERE IS NO BETTER BLANKET ANYWHERE THAN FIELDCREST AND THAT FIELDCREST CAN 'BE PURCHASED ONLY A FRITZIUS. DONT WAIT'UNTIL FALL AND HAVE TO DO WITHOUT. BUY YOUR BLANKATS NOW. REQUEST: Please come prepared to fill your other household needs at FP.IT- ZIUS SATURDAY. Remember you .can get everything you heed from tooth-brushes to pots and 1 pans. Open Saturday Tromply 8:30 a. m. Close 10 p. m. Other \Veek Days St«re Opens 7 a.'m. Closes 0 p. m. FRITZIUS "Always Something New" 2017 W. Main Phome 3457

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