The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1937 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 5, 1937
Page 4
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BLY111EyiLLB.'(AKKT, COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY j>, 193 1 /, , , Win or Lose, We're for the Giants! LUT WILL CLOSE Closed From 2 lo 6 p. m. Thursday We'll be mil (here pulling for llio lilylhevillc Giants to win, but win or lose, we're 100 per cent Giaiil fans. "Where Everybody Trades" will receive ;\ pair , of our. famous Friendly Five Shoes as i> reward! JI 'The Blylhevillc player in die opening, giiine who hifs first "':' From our line of new Sport Shoes All new Summer style Kporl Shoos in hvo-tones of Tan and Grey, While Biifk, and Washable White Calf. Sues (i to 12, widths A lo E. The Home of Friendly Fives IT'S GO, GIANTS! ealan Thursday, May 6 at Walker Park- Two OLD RIVALS vs OSCEOLA DON'T MISS THIS KIG OPENING GAME OF THE NORTHEAST ARK. LEAGUE GOV. BAILEY WILL PITCH THE FIRST BALL .OTHER DISTINGUISHED VISITORS WILL SKI! TH11 GAil'IK! X * PLENTY OF COMFORTABLE SEATS TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL LEADING DRUG STORES Game Starts 3 P. M.»Admission 25c-40c (Plus Tax) We're Behind You, GiniiLs! TWO SUNDAY DINNERS FKEE The firs I Hlylhcville bailer lo drive in a run will be our finest for Sunday dinner—noon or night. And besides, we want him (o bring his best girl! (Or his best pal will do.) SUNDAY .DliNNKK AT THE NOBLE IS ALWAYS A TUEAT! Good Luck for the Season! THAT'S plJR WISH FOR THE GIANTS HOLT Funeral Home Phone 661 ,, Ambulance Service- Day or NiiihL J c Jessec Sfitt, Manager Crawford M. 'Noble President How abouI it, Giauis?" liu ling triple: ttc'rs r r a (I y award Ihc Gianl who gets one in (his. s;in^c a handsome M! $2 L£NTHE?AC SHAVING SET THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG STORE" Complete Funeral Service Cool. Comfortably AWS -- «;< styled by Dobbs $3 50 $5°° All that is new in sai.oir aurt tctly hats arc i.nelurtcd in this rnirrplctc showins o( Dohbs Slrawr, . . . there's a shape here will t.v you. Olhcrs 51-95, -.§2.5(1 A S3.5D Dr.lite Straw Hat In Ihr IM.vtlicviile player srorins; llii- «inning run in Hie optning B»n"-. See the new Palm Beach Tics and Kelts R. D. HUGHES & CO, "The Old Left-Handcr' Wishes the Giants the best of luck this season. $2.00 Cash Prize For the first base runner put out aV home plate during the game we will give a Cash Prize of §2. (St to each of the last two players participating in the play.) "LEFTY" ALEXANDER .' . ' • x Lefty's Service Station ARKANSAS-MISSOURI STATE LINE PERFORMANCE COUNTS In Baseball or in Automobiles ~g. . - *• """ ' If (he Gianls can perform as well as the nc\v linick, someone is KOins to win Ihis prize mighty quick. 2.00 CASH FREE TO THE GIANT GETTING THE FIRST SL\(;i,B OF THE GAME ' MOTOR SALES CO. Bnick and Pontiac Sales & Service NK 1000 ONE SUIT CLEANED AND PRESSED FREE We make this offer lo the Blythcvillc Giant In the same making llic first 2-BASE HIT Why Shop Around for Cleaning? Our prices are low and our work is first class. SUITS OR DRESSES CLEANED AND PRKSSE!) 65 PEERLESS CLEANERS Cor. Franklin & Cherry I'honc GOOD LUCK TO THE GIANTS! For the lirst stolen base by a Blythcvillc player we will' 1 give a bottle, of Virginia Dare light wine *^,-f ^ vj~*^ - ^i CROSSTOWN LIQUOR SHOP A Complete Line of Domestie and Imported Wines, .Liquors, and Gin Located on Division Street $1.75 Pocket Knife Free TO THE FIRST OSCEOLA PLAYER WHO STRIKES OUT| Wo hope this • consolation prize will help . soften the disappointment of the first Indian unfortunate enough to bile the dust . . . Remember, the finest pocket knife in our store.just for whiffing t'uo uir-three times! Shouse-Henry Hardware Co. Goldsmith Baseball and Softball Equipment THE FIRST GIANT WHO SCORES GETS A $2,00 SHIRT We'll fct a rc»! thrill when the first Giant runner crosses the plate and we know • that player will get a thrill out of wearing one of our good thirls. Giuiee Suits - - oport Shoes - Straw Hals, - - I snd a complete line of ready-to-wear for summer at popular prices. JOE ISAACS, Inc.

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