The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on November 25, 1937 · Page 2
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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1987 THE MORNING HERALD, HAGKRSTOWN, MARYLAND. TO START SOUTHWIST DRAIN The city received a promlie to«»y of 2B („ 30 W. P. A. workeri and pl»i lo begin'work probably next week on the •oulheast atorm water drain, whlrh project wai recently uiipiwod by Waahlngtou. : It will be neceuary to have thin project completed by uprlng aa u section of the riralii pauses through truck land at the tnd of South Mill; berry mreel, which will be farmed : »k tiaiuil next year. The project will relieve flood ^conditions during hoavy rains In - the South Mulberry, Lee, Ray street area. STOLE SHOES. Convicted of tlie theft of a pair of shoes, H. .T. Jennings, 41, 309 block of North Prospect street was sentenced to thirty days In jail fcy Justice C. Edward Heard In city court yestf.rday. THE~Cr,ASSlFIED Section l> Ha- terstown'a center of value. The ONLY Cough Drop MEDICATED WITH THROAT-SOOTHING INGREDIENTS OF VICKJ VAPORUB Pearls Trim Velvet DON SUNG . Kuiriuitefl you mor« AKJCH or your moiw tack. Try It. If DO.N SUSO wV'wIl'l*"' 1 "" **"* '""" *""""'• "HOWARD'S 1 r.. B«l*tlmor> 81. Fhgne SIM THREE Virginia Grey Velvet and pearls are an unbeatable combination, from both an esthetic and a style view point. Virginia Grey, pretty young screen actress, models this pretty black velvet formal dress in floor- length, which bas full, puffed sleeves and a seed pearl trim round the cuffs and for a collar. Quite a Juliet effect! 2725 WINDOW SHADES WALL PAPER R. M. HAYS & BROS. 28-30 W. Wiihlnjton St. LET US GIVE YOU A DEMONSTRATION Hoffman Chevrolet Sales (Incorporated) 140 W. Wlihingtftn St Little Take The Chill Off That Room with a Gas Space Heater On| y 7Sc Down Year GAS CO. THANKSGIVING How very old-fashioned some' will think of me to be, As I tell of a thought that keeps coming to me- A thought of the meaning of Thanksgiving Day, And Just where We spend it and just in what way. Tear after year, on each Thanksgiving Day, To our Father above, lip service we Pay, With words that are hollow for gifts mostly vain,' Counting with pleasure the things we deem gain. But Faith and Hope and Love don' seem to have much place !n the scheme of things our Thanki glvings embrace, And a fanciful thought to convic- ' tion grew, That God has long yearned to be thankful too. Thankful for men who delight in . His will, For all those who labor His words to fulfill, For those who are working to bring about peace, And the world from the fetters of Satan release. And as this thought grew, its challenge hurled. Over land and sea, unto all the world— What a cause for Thanksgiving, Oh! Lord, to see The whole world, submissive, kneel- 1 Ing to Thee! WALTER BSMER. Surveys show that skilled workers more than any other group of people suffer from 'defective vision. . How about you? Let Kay's registered optometrist examine your eyes and prescribe glasses if you heed them. You'll see better and feel better! Your credit is good at Kay's, so don't let the lack of cash stop you. GLOSSES OH [REOIT 40 W. Wathlnften St. ""Ai s," Eml* Saturday SALE! WINTER GLOVES *%&Z. *£• Cotton Unionsuits 77 C Reg. Price 98c Made to fit well and we»r well! Military shoulders. Full sized for comfort. Sites for Boyi , . . 5»r CHINCHILLA Snowsuito and Helmets with port wool cuffs 98 Stt, only Keep them oven warm in these one-piece zipper •tyles. Light er dark. Sizes from 1 to 3 years. rtiirl 1L Warm-as-Toas't Fabrics for Three-to-Niner's I Boys 9 Overcoats Heavy-weight fabrics in new patterns. Half-belt back. Full body lining. Sizes. S to 9 125.OOO en'» Capeskin :i Styles Women's Fleec* Lined Lciitlittr Unusual at this low price 1 Slip-on, strap or one clasp. J|t~l 50 C Compare! J[ Imported, Embroidered Worsteds Warm gloves, brushed ^^ inside. Compare them SS^fc^ with others at 79c! t) W J1 19 ,35c Children's Fleece Lined Cape Mittens Durable capeskinwhh snug elastic wrists. *|^ ft Black, brown; colors. f_PlM are a . rap — nn wrist, clasp, slipons! » "™ Fleece lined! JaV Men. Capeskin Pig Grain Compare at 1.39! Unlined _- — — "••$1 19 capeskm in clasp, tlipon V "W ityles! A Sooth American tape Gloves 1J9 Value! Warm fleece f t |O lining' Choice of strap • ^** or clasp writt styles I -M. Men's Capeskins Fur Lined Compare at 2.98! Clipped rabbit fur lined *J I ft throughout! j^ RAYON Undies 33 C Regularly 39c Compare the fine, close ^%. knit of these bloomer'^ ers. panties or briefs! ' \ Fuller cut, reinforced / Tearose. Women's. Sale! Sleepers 49c Value 39C Tots' sizes 2 to 6. Warm flannelette. Assorted stripes. Full cut. Drop se'ats Sale! Child's BUNNY SLIPPERS Regular Price 59c 49c Every pair lined with heavy fleece. Red cuffs. Sizes- 6 to J. Moleskin Work Coots Sheeplined 5.98 For coldest, hardest workl Big wombatine collar, knit wristlets. Full belt. 36-48. Men's Lined Fine Leather Jackets 5-77 The "big hit" with sportsmen I Suede leather, sateen lined Knit wrists, waist. All Wool Blue Melton Boys'Jackets America's finest at this low price! 33 oz. weight! Slide fastener front. Sizes 6-18. MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS 69 C Wards lowest price! Warm, serviceable — cotton domet flannel. Triple sewn sleeves. Thrift Pricftd ' Flannelette Pa jam at 98c Men! Extra full cut for comfort! Tasteful patterns in coat or middy styles. Mufflers Plaids and Rayon Prints 39c Thrift-priced! In b r i g h t coloring! and figure effect!. Also woven string scarves! Men's Wool Overcoats Prictd for Saving For new coat models, new patterns, and fine tailoring—go to Wards TODAY! Cash or monthly payments—either way you save! SALE! FELT HATS 2.29v«lueil New hit styles! J94 MEN'S SOCKS W001 For Greater Warmth at Wards Low Price 25' For dress or work. Medium weight wool and cotton, reinforced heels and toes. Dark tones. Sizes 10-12. All Wool Meltons 98 Wdfrf PrktJ Comfort, wear and STYLE! Heavy 32 oz. water repellent Melton, slide fastener front. Men's lll-t'UTS Thick black double tanned iMtnerj oil treated solei! * Men's Rubbers alues Heavy duty quality uppers; rod corrugated soles and toe rein- 5% Wool Pairs At the lowest prict this year Save 31c to $1! Really two beautiful first quality blankets in one. Wool with China cotton. Full bed size, 70" x 80". Beautiful pastel plaids. Sateen bound. Sale through Saturday! Novelty Blankets Others at this price elsewhere are smaller and not bound. These' are of China cotton. 70"x80". Suede finish. Sateen bound. ' LONftWEAIt SHEETS Reduced thru Saturday! 81x99 in. Sturdy, close weave. 1.29 nationally. Sal* LongwMf Pillow COMI. ... l.lc CANNON TOWELS Thru Saturday 1 Checks. Absorbent Turkish weave. 22x44 in. Matching W«h Clotfii, only He 23' MONTGOMERYJWARD

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