The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 1, 1946
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.'•»*(*• rwo BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS "crvlccs tit Osccola Calvary Eplsco- l church. He is a slitilent nt the University it Hie south, Suwniii'C, Tcnu. Mrs. L'lt/liuuh and bsifoy will niiiko their llOHIC 111'I'c Will! Illm dlil'lll'; llll! Kimmirr Miss Eldora Neal Wed iTo Paris, France, Man Miss Eldora Neal, daughter of ,'Mr. and Mrs J. E. Neal of Yarbro; became the bride of Henri Duhot of Paris, Prance, son of Monsieur arid Madame Desire Duilot, 36 Tui Louis Bleriot Street, Paris, in a ceremony Saturday morning at the rectory of the Church of the imma'culatj Conceptions '• •' • ., , The wedding climaxed a ronfaricc which began in Paris when she was stationed there .with Ihe Women's Army Corps." The Rev. Paul Bujarskl. assistant pastor, officiated in the presence of relatives and intlniale I friends of Hie couple, these included his parents and two sisters who came to the United States for \ the ceremony. White floor baskets of wlill 1 glod'oh decomted the rectory, ft The ^rlde wore a whit? crcjie H frock with silk flowers Dinbroiilcvcd • on the skirt, which was gathered 5 nt the waist. The short sleeves wore caught.into a shirred shoulder cf- iect aiid .ornamental .buttons nlso i trimmed the dress. Her accessories were In white. Pinned at her shoulder was a corsage of a yellow throated white orchid' with tuber roses and stopha- notis. Ajshoulder length veil of white tulle was caught at the crown will circlet of pearls to make u halo effect... Her maid of honor, Mademoiselle Oeannette Duhot of fulls, sister of the bridegroom, wore a Parisian model of red nnd white, silk print with a corsage of. white carnations. She wore a red velvet headband with matching carnations in her liair. ;.; Dr. John L. Van Hooser of Smltli- ville, Tenn:. brother-in-law of the bride, served Monsieur Duhot ns best man. Adkissons Have Son Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adklsson of n nre parents of a son born Thursday at Walls Hospital. Thtir first child, he has been lamed James Robert. Mrs. Adklsson Is the former Miss Mary Henson. Will Attend Affairs In Memphis Next Week Members of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of llic Confederacy have been In- \lled to two social events In Memphis next Monday and Tuesday complimenting Mrs. John .\i. Wll- oox, president general of the U. D. c. The first sffalr svlll be a luncheon Monday, 12:30 o'clock, sponsored by the five Memphis chapters, at Parkview Hotel. Tuesday afternoon, 3::iu o'clock, a tea will be Riven at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer F. Sluiin, 1GOO I'eabDdy. Local members who wish to at- lend arc lo call Mrs. W. M. Mc- Kcny.lf. telephone ^5'1!>, for reservations, it was ntiiioiinccd. Miss Mary Fine Wed Bits of News Mostly Personal Immediately following the cere- Mr. Smith ns best man. mony, a wedding luncheon was held The bride wore a blue street at Hotel Noble. I length dress with a corsngc. of The ".20 guests were seated nt .three tables, arranged in the Colonial Room. Centering the table, of the bridal couple and tholr parents, was a tiered wedding cnkoi topix'd With njiniature figures of a bridal couple under an arc of flowers and a wedding bell Decorating the base of the-cake were white gardenias and trailing fern, The "other tables were cenlcred with bouquets of mixed white (lowers, carnations, Esther Reed tinlsles, asters, "sweetpeas and sypsop'Hlla. Glowing white candles iu silver holders' and floor baskets of white gladioli- completed the scttlnff. Following n wydduig trip, the couple plan to return here for brief tine 1 Othey ' guests present were smother slstet of the bridegroom, Mtwl- vemolsclle Helene Duhot of Paris. »nd Mrs Van Hooser and daughter, Dclma, of Smithvillc. Ellis-Porter Vow s Pledged Here Friday Miss Ola B Ellis ana H. C. Porter, both of Blytheville, were married in a double-ring ceremony Frldiy night at the Assembly of God church. The Rev L. c. Ramsey, paslor. | officiated Mrs Ed Cherry was the bride's I matron of honor and Ed Cherry I served Mr. Porter as best man. The -hri^de wore a white street rewStn^dress'vv'ith white accessories. Following n wedding trip, they ^Tvi'l return to Blytncvillc lo make 'their horn el Mr. nnd Mrs. Orady Skcilun and daughter, .Sylvia, of San nienn, Calif., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leiidemilc Fowler, im Walnut, anil other relatives. Mr. Skellon left lilyllicville 3'1 years ngo, Miss Nccly perry is spending; a few (lays with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fielder Perry, at their home in Huffman. Miss I'nry in a student at Arkansas Stale College. Jonesboro. Mrs. J. w. Anton, 2!il East Davis, spent the weekend In Whiteh.-iven. Tenn., with her diuiKhU-r, Mrs. K. C. names ami Mr. liarnes. Mrs. Uaincs Is the former Miss Ann A n ten. Mis. Louis Proctor, (J04 West Ash, IK spending three weeks In Hot Kpriii|!s, where sho will lake a course of baths. Mr. iiiul Mrs. Elinor I'ollii nnd daughters, I'atsy^.jnycrj ami Jiiun, ol Gary, fml., have returned lo their home aftii- speiidlim In days hi/re with Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiuslnn cni'ti'i'. «1« Ash. Mrs. w. Leonard Smith of Armn- ie| left this nfli'in'mii for S'lUtnlri;- lon. Conn., whore she will hn (he Hiicsl of her daughter. Mis. Krwln Mitchull, She wa.s uccompanl'/d i,,' Mis. Mttcheir.s daughter, .Icanetla Jean McFarlnud. While Mrs. .smith . Is In saiilhlnfjton, Uilly Lane Smith of LllbDiini, MO., will be llm cui'-l o! Mr. Smith, his uniiulfnther. Condition of Mrs. Ci. I. Morl- selle, who Is undei-|;ohi|; trfatment nt Blytheville Hospital, is improved. „., , Dr. cm I Nlcs will undergo spe- Miss Lavcrne Rnmbo, pf Yarbro. cln , t ,. ent ments this week in Mt'm- phl» for a back injury he received several days ago. While there, be will be nl Penbody Hotel. Dr. Kd- na Nles. who accompanied him U) Memiibls this weekend, returned honie last nlKht. John A. MeKay. accompanied by his brother, Talmnd^e McKay, left last night for n vuunlinn In 'IVn- nerisee niul Mississippi. They plan before relumlm; lo [;o lo t!ie O/.rtrk MONDAY, JULV/ To S. J. Smith Jr. S. In n ceremony yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Miss Mary Fine -became the bride of Smith Jr., both of Chicago formerly of Blylheville. ! The wedding was solemnized at the Church of Christ by E. W. Stovall, minister. Dessert Bridge Given Saturday Afternoon I- ive Gsccohi women entertained In Blylheville Saturday at Hotel Nui;t(. with one of the largest nl- f ti I r» of the .season. Iloslc.sscs for Ihe dessert bridge, with 'M. lables of uiiests, wort Mrs. .). K. Simmons, Mrs. Elliot Kailain. Mrs. C. C. Ho'.ven. Mrs. Vcrnon Aston und Mrs. Palmer Slnnlon, Guests Included Mrs. O. H Cirear, Mis. Chester Cakhvell Mrs. Robert Grimes. Mrs. Tom ilcaton, Mrs. S. C. Owens, nnu Mrs. Paul Clrrenwell. iill of 13ty- tlleville; Mrs. T. M. Pi'lvott ot rrleiid.shl|>, Tenn., and Mrs. Rniir Kussell of Nnshville, Tenn. Funning a colorful setting for ilie Kroup wen- mixed bouquet.! o! roses and Klndloll with other Summer flowers. Rich table was centered with ii vase of vcrbennas. Baptist Hospital Board Holds -Closet! Session t MI'MPHIS. Tenn.. .Inly i. (UP) Ihiariii;; of complaints nynliist Hapl.lKt Ilosiiilal liere'wlll be held Iji'hlud eloped doors, iloard Chairman Dr. I,. T. l.owrey said today, A special Ixini'd ineellni; will bc- !jln lipinorrow. Dr. I.owrey said. Tile heni-ini; follows it jirolvs), by Meinplils and Shelby County Lnxora Sociely—Personal 1 and i Medical showed tors. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. F. Epperson, III. 2, clly Carl Paul, city. Mrs. A. O. West, city. J. . Mitchell. Stccle, Mo. John Oilier, city. Virginia Payne, Rt. 3, city. Dismissed: E. S. Mulllns, 111. 3, city. Wesley Adams, city. Mrs. R. R. Tcaguc, city. Mrs. li. II. Slubbs and daughter Rt. 2, city. Mrs. Dock Weaver mid son, Stcele, Mo. Mrs. Ij. C. Chnpmnn, Armoiel. Uoberl !.ce Hill-ton, Slccle. Mo. Mrs. Verne Uray, Slcele, Mo. Mrs. Kverclt Fra/ler, Hcnnon- dale, Mo. lilyllicville llosiillal Admitted: Mrs. Rene George, city. Wily-lip Hotf. Luxorn. Stella Slaylon, Holland. Mo. Dismissed: Marvin .Silos, city. Mrs. Kunlce Clooillow nnil ha by, Tyler, Mo. Mary francos Ilnll, elty. Mrs. Karl Leslie and baby, clly Terry While, city. Mrs. Ciloiin Hiullur and baby. Dell. Mrni|iliis Mclhodlst Hosjiilal Admitted: Henrietta Llpsoii. I.eachvlllc. Hamli-a rollard. Oseeola. Mrs. John Furd, Osceola. Mit.m|ihis SI. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. John Little, Osceola. .Society that Ihe hospital mvovlllsm lo some doc- Austin of lilythovlllc while gnritenlas. Her were in blnek. corsage accessories . he ceremony a re- ccptlon was held at the lioine ol Mr and Mrs. Murphy liambo at "' „ ... . . "ere ^el^t.X Lo Chicago lo mnke thetr home. Mrs Sinilh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Ij. Fine, also make their home in Clilcayo. Mrs. Fine was among the wedding guests. Others Included Mrs. Marion McKnlglil and family of Memphis and Mrs. J. F. McDonald of Sieele, Mo. Local Man's Orchestra Plays At Silver Slipper Johnny Long's Dnnrt of the Southland will plr.y at the silver Slipper. Memphis ntght club, tonight in a special program lo be broadcast over WMC. Memphis radio station, beginning at 11:30 o'clock. Tile Blytheville man Is leader of (ho 12-plece orchestra and also ploys the drums. He recently visited Ills mother, Mrs. John H. Long. here. Sill! headquartering in Memphis, he said his Summer schedule Included a number., of special attraction programs. Marianna Minister To Conduct Services St. Stephens Episcopal Cliiii-ch will have Sunday'services durliiK the Summer, conducted by William FilKlniKh or Miirlanna The first service will be held July 'I with Mr. FIlKlitiKh nlsu In conduU OsceoTa Society—Personal Honrlng motorists spend 10 cents | Ing to Hie Nation^ Association of of llielr dollar for gasoline and i Travel officials oilier transporlallon netds, accord--! LU.XOUA. Ark.. .lime 30.—Luxura Rotary Anns w3rr Bursts of tlie I.iixoi'ji Itolaiians nl llielr diiiner- clulj .'iiceting Thursday niKht at the Home Economic Building. Cecil Wright, proisi-aiii leader. r,ad A. 1?'. Biirhain introduce tha guest -ueakcr. Dean Morley of Hi? Aikiin- sns Federal Bureau of Inve=tliju- tlon, Little Ilcck. Some uf the lii^hlislits ine'.ude:! n Mr. Morley's talk on "Law Enforcement." wn-e. "If 'our country ever falls it will not he by llic invasion of another country, but by llin moral rot of Americans, 't-icre Is an estimated six niilli'in criminals in the United stales- and even tlnHiKh n-c feel there arc no criminals in our o\vn family. \ve must lie Interested in the enforc'monl of the l.i'.v lo protect our neighbors children." Other guests were S. O. Luckhnrt and Sam Hodges of Oseeola; A. C. of callimm city. Miss., nnd M;-H. K. H. No'.vlill. ( ,f Hoonc- ville. Hays Sullivan, vnlirini; president. pres:en1od lhr iuo'miiiu: olficM's: |)i'!nl. e. P. Powell; vice presl- denl, !?. r.-. Hniirk; S-rgeanl-al- arni::. Abe Livi'rant; M-rri'laiy-lren^- m-er. Tom Cullls. Mrs. Kline Pa:;e ami daughter.",, HeMy and IVM'-V. nre visilimr Mr. and Mrs. WiMis Pai'i'. at Mana/ine. Mrs. H. J. Smith. Mr;. Oscar Fiillini and lior nlrric, Mi:;H Elaine Darby, of St. Joe. Mo., were Memphis tvue.sls Tuesday. The son born June 20 lo Mr. rnrt Mrs. John D. Alien of Oseeola id Memphis Methodist Hospital, has und fishing. Mi's. Jesse still 'hns Rone to Mlnml, Pla.. to bc-'i:ucsl nf Mrs. nnd Mrs.- Crawford -AI. Nolile for two weeks, she accompanied them Iticrc, after thev had been fiue.sls of Mr. nnd Mrs. Stilt nl Hotel Noble for n biMnf stay. The Nobles will leave Miami In two weeks for Massachusetts, where they plan lo spend Ihe summer. Mrs. Rene Geotjjc is underlining treatment nl Blylheville llnsplliil. Her condition is satisfactory SKIN SUCCESS Coming Events TUESDAY Business Women's Circle o First Baptist church will meet at the home of Dr. Edna Nil's. We Now Have ,' The Exclusive Franchise in ni.vlticvillc for "Little Block Originals" Designed by Fred Block .Dresses — Pinafores — 3 to 6x — $5.95 FALL SU ITS — 3 to 6x — $ 10.95 And -- "Stanburday Originals" Dresses — Pinafores — 3 to 6x — $5.95 ^ Pinafores — Sizes 1 to 3 — $2.95 j Other New Merchandise— Floating Toys ' AlSe! Nursery Seats Crib Biimpers Ptay Pen-Pads Hiirh Chair Pads Sterling Cups, Spoons ftiiky Toys Sun Suits M^deria Infant Dresses Raincoats Bnby-Biiby Bathers Good Books Children-Adults High Chairs Greeting Cards BathineUcs Cellu Wipes Chux Disposable Diapers See Us for Perma-Bronzing Your Baby's Shoes THE TOT SHOP ffxcfvtfVe but Not Expensive IOD SSonth Second Are You Searchina for th ^ " ' Secret of More Lasting Loveliness? boon named .John Edrlnglon Allen. Tho Aliens' first cliitd. his mother is tll L . fovmcr Miss Madeline Kllc-n Kdriiiijtiin, daiii;]Hcr of Mr. and Mrs. John VV. Ertrington of Osccola. Mr. Allen, sUicc his (lis:charge froin service, is unending University of Cnlifornin at "Lo.s Angeles. Con.?u/f Miss Fayh D. Cannon Kadovy KcpresL>nli|livc ol' UIORMETICS Tuesday 0r Wednesday July 2nd or 3rd at THE BEAtffY BAR GLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING Air C'linilitinm-d fur Yniir Comfort C'all .'{202 for Appointment Make I>KltAIIiTI<:s Vimr rrogrum Tor N<-w Cimipli'.viotl I,oveiinrss. Matinees Sat. * Sun. Only Itox OITice Opens fl:4S Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Barcaln N'ight Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honoreft on Sunday at the Roxy. Last Time Today All Baba and 40 Thieves with Jon Hall and Maria Mmitr FIIX News and Selci-tert Short \Vprtr»">i1ay F. FKATIlKi; STYLE A. 1-Piece Bib-Top Ploy Suit with Buill-in" ShorK. Printed Seersucker in blue, aqua, and maize. Sizes 3 to 6X. STYLE 6. Bore Mid-Riff Play Suit with Bra Top, and Separate Skirt with Built-in Shorn. Fan 'print. Seersucker irt blu«,_a_qua,_and_maiw Siz«»7to \t. f JIEDEL'S Come Out Fighting with Kast Side Kills River Boat Rhythm with Leon Krroll ami Joan Newton Continuous Shows Eveiy Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show StartH 2:<K) LISTEN TO KLCN !):00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. I-ast Time Cornered with Dirk I'owi'll and ^lichrlinc C'hcircl Paramount News and Srlrctod Sliort C'onthiimus Showing Fvcryday Tuesday and Wednesday That Night With You with I'ranehol Tone and Susanna Foster Selected Short Snhjccls Continuous sliowin? every day Comlnf Soon to the KHz: SARATOGA TRUNK with Ingrld Bergmami fc Gary Cooper Minnie Lee Jones Music ENROLL NOW for Summer Classes in Pi Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickascwbu Blytheville, Arkansas O. P. A. (The fiilliiuinr, ail was written before the O. P. A. became nnn- cxisU'iit through default, so lo s|M-nk.| WKI.I.. THE Al) STANDS HVKN THOIHHI KVEKV SINOI.K "SPKCIAI," AI'l'l-AUIN'O IN IT IS A V1!KV «;iiITICAI, ITEM. WK MAV IIAVK ANOTHR! O. P. A. BKKOHE TUB WKKK IS OUT, THEN AGAIN WE MAV NOT; IF WE CONTINUE WITHOUT PRICE HESTKIC'FJONS SUCH ITEMS AS THOSE APPEARING HELOW, SHKKTS, •fowiii.s, ni:i) si'itEADs, BLANKETS. CIIIITAIM PANELS, I'.TC., CAN EASILY DOUHI.E IN PRICE WITHIN THE NEXT .MONTH. THAT IS, IK YOU ARE FOIlTlINATK KNOIJKII TO l''IM». THEM AT ALL. . I AM LISTING THE I'ltlCE OF TIIESi: "FIKLIMJKEST" ITEMS. THAT I'KICE STANDS FOlt THE ItALANCE OF THIS WEEK, O.I'.A. Oil NO O.l'.A. (Hill STOKE IS LITEIl.M.LY OVEK-FLOWINO WITH IIUNIHIEIIS OF ITEMS WHICH WILL CJF.T HKillKK IN THE NKAIl FIJTUUE. NOW THIS IS NOT JUST ANOTHER AD- VEHTISI\<i STUNT. THIS IS KOMR C.(»)I> SOIINI> ADVICE I'ltO.M Till: A1EKCIIANT WHO HAS PLAYED FAIIt WITH YOU AND FURNISHED YOU WITH MORE SCARCE MERCHANDISE THAN ANY OTHER ULYTHEVILLE MERCHANT FOIS THE PAST TWO OR TIIKEK VEAIIS. MY ADVICE IS THIS- <1ET A LIST OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD NEEDS, DON'T WAIT IWINO IT TO FKITKIIIS AND TAKE ADl'ANTACiE OF THIS HONEST EFFORT ON HIS PART TO tilvK YOU THE Al>- VANTAOE IN LOW PRICES WHILE HE CAN.) FRITZIUS "Always Something New" WEEKLY SPECIALS It si-ems that a few of my customers have K"tlcn llic erroneous idea that I have "SPECIALS" or "HARD TO OF.T MERCHANDISE" only ,un Saturdays. In order in correct this mis- t'an«|>tiiiii. I will, iK^iimiiijc today, run an nil on this paste caeh Monday, lislillR llierein the SPECIALS to he found at FIIIT/.IIIS dnriiii; that week. I will, of course, r.mlimic my SATUIIDAY SPECIALS announced each FRIDAY aloilK with my "From Me to You Letter." This Week Is FRITZIUS FIELDCREST WEEK We are, as you probably know, Marshal Fields FIELDCREST DFAI.EH in Itlylhevillc and the surrounding territory. SO — WHILE THEY LAST — 1. FIELDCKEST Wcarnell Sheets <81rf!l) 52 (10 •i. FIF.I.DCKKST BED SPREADS. TEST-FAST colors' Tliesi' spreads arc ciiual or belter than others selling for far more . ll " ln ••••-. ••• ',.- '.? 1.03 MCnii:lw-VMl for both stnjtle.or itoublc brils.) -, .i. jj .1. FIELDCUKHT TOWELS. There ; is no wily tbal WK can ilc- surlbe to you the beauty and the wonderful assortment of Ficlilcrest towels. If you have been looking for ..i.liil colors in towels, we have them. (Solirl While also). All si/cs from POII- .vrnii.ntly small face towels to the largest rxlrn heavy bath towel. HERE AKE SOME OF THEM: 17x2!l Snlid 'Colors Flowered j? ;i ^.-ji 17\27 Solid Colors Extra Heavy Ea. 62c. 20 x II While, Extra Heavy Ea. .If). 20x40 White or with Bright Red Border, Ea. Hie 'i'i\\\ Siilitl Color Heavy i-; a . .nf) 2Sx't5 lieantiful Deep Colors, Flowered Designs interwoven. 2ti.v. r >0 Solid Rich Colors, Extra Heavy. You liavcn't seen one since tlie war 53 •>-, Also "iliiTcrcnt" Huck and Monogram Type Hand Towels. :i DilTcrent Kinds ^:ie 3-lc !fic 1. FIELDCREST BLANKETS. You simply iiavcn'l seen BLANKETS until you sec this complete line of FIELDCIIEST. A Blanket for every need. Priced far below othcns of like quality, even if you could find them. Honestly we already have in "lir blanket "LAY AWAY" department more blankets than most merchants will Ret the whole year. Yes, that's bragcin' but it's so rcvcrthclcss and a full line of F1KI.DCREST BLANKETS is something lo brag about. THIS IS NOT JUST SALES TALK IT'E THE PLAIN TRUTH; BLANKETS ARE EXTREMELY SCARCE AND WILL GET MORE SO. DID YOIT TRY TO BUY A COTTON OR A 5'/r WOOL BLANKET LAST FALL" WELL ALL INDICATIONS ARE THAT THERE WILL BE FEWER OF THEM THIS FALL. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVE!) OUR THIRD AND PROBABLY OUR LAST SHIPMENT THE OTHER TWO SHIPMENTS (AND WE GET THEM IN CAST LOTS) ARE GONE. MORE THAN HALF OF THIS SHIPMENT WAS SOLI) SATURDAY. GET YOURS NOW IF YOU EXPECT TO NEED BLANKETS THIS WINTER. WE AKE WARNING YOU! IF YOU PASS UP THIS OPPORTUNITY DON'T SAY KRITZIUS DIDN'T TELL YOU! HERE THEY ARE: GAIL COLORED "PINTO" INDIAN COTTON BLANKETS SNOW WHITE (VERY SCARCE) COTTON SHEET BLANKETS EACH S2.RB FULL SI/.E DOUBLE COTTON BLANKETS PAIR S'J W FULL SIZE DOUBLE H% WOOL BLANKETS PAIR S3 !>S FULL SI/E HEAVY VIRGINIA 5% WOOL BLANKETS (l)ou' lle > PAIR SS.77 FULL SI/.E EXTRA HEAVY 257r WOOL BLANKETS (l)ou- 1llc > S7.M NATIONALLY FAMOUS "MAR-RAY" BLANKETS THIS IS MARSHAL FIELDS LEADER. ONE OF THE MOST BIMU- TIFIII, BLANKETS F.VER MADE, HEKP RICH COLORS TWO-TONE FI.OKAI, DESIGN. REVERSIBLE, MAKING EACH BLANKET TWO DIFFERENT COLORS. INDIVIDUALLY BOXED. lOTr WOOL, 65% KAYON, 25-> COTTON AN SG.75 VALUE THIS WEEK ONLY, LIMIT OF TWO TO CUSTOMER , :A ,.,, S5 .j, r , NOTE: MANY WHO ARE WELI, ABLE TO PAY CASH AIM: USING OUR BLANKET "LAY-AWAY" PLAN BECAUSE OF IT'S CONVENIENCE. WHETHER YOU PAY CASH OR USE THE LAY-AWA PLAN WE WII.I, STORE YOUR BLANKET I'UH- C1IASES UNTIL THIS FA I.I, OR AT NO EXTRA COST. WE DO MORE! WE INSURE YOU THAT YOUR BLANKETS WILL BE IN PERFECT CONDITION WHEN THEY ARE DELIVERED TO YOU. HERE IS OUR SIMPLE EASY L\Y-A',VAY PLAN: SOc Holds any Blanket—Then puy SCr every (wo weeks or Sl.Od each nioiilh per blanket thereafter. THAT'S ALL! SIMPLE AND EASY ISN'T IT? THERE'S NO EXCUSE FOR ANYONE DOING WITHOUT BLANKETS WHEN YOU CAN BUY ON THIS PLAN. (Of course you may pay more if you wish.) In justice to Fritzius nnd yourself come this week with a complete list of all your household needs. We can Till it. Gel the Inbii of "BROWSING" al FRIT7.IUS. We have no counters you arc not allowed behind. Help yonr self| If you fall to find yoiir needs call a clerk You will receive olil time courteous aflciitinn You WON'T BE "IHGII-PKESSURED" IN FRITZIUS STORE! Unless it's by me and then—boy, oh. boy—you'll really bo hi<*h- pressurcd! YOU'LL REAI.LY ENJOY BROWSING AT FRIT7.IUS FRITZIUS "Always Something New" 2017 W. Main Phone 3457 Slorc Opens 7 n. m. Closes fi p. m. Kxccnt Sntiinlnys

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