The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1933 · Page 6
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'PAGE SIX B7,YTnEvn,r rc, (ARK.) rouruFF! NRVVS TJIl.'USDAY. M*n»k. A1J RaK.i -'ens. Rosco, John and Fells Bishop, I. 0. O. 1". ImlEi", wllli Ihc Rev. moniDS U10 Dduy of S[f( , lp ,, vo daughters, Miss! Mr DOS.", pastor of Die Stwlc It Victim of Colitis FrunUln R. Wright, eight-months old son of itr. and Mrs. Daniel ^Mght, died at the family home, 1131 W«*t Sycamore street, at two o'clock this jnomln?. His death was attributed to complications resulting fro:n colitis. - Funeral services v/ill be held this ".titternoon di llic Lutheran church, interment will be made ai Maple Grove cemetery. 'Hie Cobi) Uiidor- .taking company Is in cimge ol lu- 'jicril arrangements. ' 'The deceased is survived Ijy Ills ^p.irpnts and [hrcc Lirothc^s. i«» Olivia Blstinp end Mrs. 8.. A Sued I Methods rfmrrh. officiating, Mr. of Memphis, nnri nne sister, Mrs.JMallwnln, who wns born In Riivna- Marlln of Holland. • : nah. Trim., ennie In tills rommim- - ; lly several years ago and was r.i»l Hlei i known as n leading citizen. He uin wies i lcaves hls wlllow [htw sonSi and - , .two daughters. Anna Joe Baker, infant daugn-; _ - ter'of Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Baker.; died ai Die family home. «8 Lake street, at seven o'clock losi night. Funeral services will be held ol three o'clock this afternoon and In- Mrs W F. LipSCOHlb ' ' EKI K Mo -Mrs W. F. Lip- '''3 di"U Sunday at her ' - will IK made at C:inilli-;| IOI J,,. ']„.,.',. a! - l(T sc-veral months crsville. Mo. Tne Coblj Uniiertak- j!;, )C . w Bi-rvic.s v.'cre conducted Ins comjjany of |u-ro and the u- ] Mcn ' d ;, y .,. (!„. nurnlsl church by Porge Undertaking company of Co- 1 [i 10 |j ( , v A. n Sadler InlCrrnciit nuhersville ore in charge of f u . wtts nl ,M,. /ion cemetery. Mrs. Services for Mrs. Bishop Held at Steele Saturday i neral arrangements. Tne dere.rscd is survived Ijy hc-r parents. STEELE, Mo. — Services were held here Saturday for Mrs. Co.— d'.-lla White Bishop. 56. who died Friday al Hie home o( licr daughter in Memphis, ail Lluseomb tie:- husband and i m« .1 • r>- i ««l IH-i«luliu n:ir }' Daughter oames Mathenia Dies OHKKNI-'IEUJ. Mas-,. <UP>— m tills town li»-s a rr-al daughter of 6TBBLE. Mo.-Scrvlf cs were held j the Anu-rii-an Involution. Her . . .»nd Saliiniiiy for James J<i:-esc ! o| 15, i-arr!"'rt tfau-r 10 the soldier.* "• fce I.Mnliu'iiiii, M. who died ol (Hit- :ii Jlinikir Hill. Mr-. Caroline !'. following :i llniu'rlni; Illness., Randall. i:nv: W. '*:•; born i>! hi* The services were In chaw of the swum] mani.'Ki- ROXY Last Time Today MAT. and MTK—Hie - 25c JOHN 1JARRYAIOKK and DIANA WYNAR1) in j 'REUNION IN VIENNA' FOX NKWS - - COMKDY Friday & Saturday MAT. & N1TB—lOc - 25c THE PICTURE I hut has EVERYTHINK! ^GILBERT A Iiugli—a thrill —a love-story — with Robert. Armstrong 'Mae Clarke .Tod Hrbwnins's "Strange As It Seems" And Serial Thursday & Friday MAT. 10c-25c NITE lOc-SSc , . . One's hate ii » digger it the ihrotl ','« of * hundred million people! One's love drtgi * woman through ruin! TGOLDEN I I RiOUUAUEM , CMESTERMOMK GBIEVRVITOKM II HEY COULDN'T BOTH WIN'.l W. C. FIELDS COMEDY :'"'" CARTOON JL hey ^eep you Warm bat they don't tire you out by excessive weight Hart Schaf/ner ALMO topcoats $ 25 stands for Alpaca, whose l line, silky hair keeps him warm when he Viinges snowy Andean peaks and comfortable in semi-tropic valleys below. Mo is for Mohair, '.hi! slvnuj; line fibre of the Angora gont. which protects him in all weather. The two are combined in thene deep, fleecy Almo fabrics, famous for their durability and their good looks, yet priced to meet 1033 budgets. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. Only 19 Days left to visit the Century of Progress, Chicago, Shop With Confidence at Graber's ONE PRICE TO All our merchandise is purchased direcl from (lie manufacturers in cnnnnous t|tianli(ii's for cash aiul as : result considetablc savin« is (hereby effected . . . every saving so madt- is passed on direclh («, ntir iialrimx S through lower prices . .. . everv item is marker! as low as po-sihle at the time it is received"!!! our sto:-e iind J that price is the selling price every day ... no fake sales . . . no pi'icq rutting . . . nq bartering . . . «c give I you the (test possible values in the beirinninu and on that pnlicv expect to ga'in ami hold vour "conrideni-" anil J so upbuild the future of this store. " **• HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR EVERYDAY BARGAINS Womens New Winter Dress Coats $10 Values Good ran;;': of ll:r new P.ill rft ^^g t\f colors, fur collars iind cuir.i. J» ^^^ ill"^ ljuod llnlngj,. atlraettve fall- ~'|^^ ••'»-* rlc«. '^p SI5 Dress Coats I.nvifh Fur Trimmings - Black, Bruwn, Wine. Red, Biege and oilier popular colons. . .cxpoi-liy tailored, u-ann- ly lined, tmlheniic styles... every 'com an om.sWridini: value. 10 Other Coats at S12..10, SI 9.75 :md S25 Children^ Deep Pile Fabric Winter Coats $0.50 With Thnis to Match. Belted styles for liie u train 4 to IB. warmly lintd. will give excellent service... A real value at onlv 3 Tweed Sport COATS *10 Millinery '•••••: " -I- TlL"l/'K . UNO I!: HU!!'.l-i! liars in a yalaxy of ne'.v stylvs An oul s I a n d i n ^ srouj) of Sjiorl Co.il.s finely lailored uf a gord (jimlily \\ool J rivced In broun «inl ^j'ey mixtures... smart belted or plain Myles. will iippf-al t" yon. <)8c §1.98 POLO COATS SM) Viilut's Sport styles, well Uiilorecl, \n colons ol NII\/ P Blue. Tan nnil Flanellette Heavy quality. 3G inc-h wide, light and dark colors. Per yard PRINTS Fust colors, good •.•nnge of pniir-ins. Rcgulur 17'.-c valuei. 1'cr vard 12ic Gingham S o 1 i (i colors, c h i: c k s a n cl stripes. iU'ijulav IS'.-C Villl!!'. Pi-l- •.•arci Ladie's Kiivoii Bloomers And Step-Ins 29c LADIES DRESSES A wonderful Ofsortnieril of silk crepe and -xm\ crops Drcs-'-es cinbodyin-i ail ilis new Auuir.in styles ar.d color combinations..'.sivies thai live usually teen only in tl:" higlier priced rangi*.. .^roupet! into, fivr prav rani'fs :or your ?a.sy srleetinn. $0.50 0.98 g.98 g.98 J.98 Children's Shoes ittiu-k. Hroun ;»nii I'^toal loatii- (.•r. Lit thrt'L- iiiJi^-.ilin^ iinti's 98c SI.49 $1.25 T)re>ses f o i- street and l)itsiness \v n a r, well tailored of '1'ra- ve! Prints, Silk Crepe and Knitted Fabrics . . . every de-(P1 QQ .sirahlo color «piit?0 KROCIKS Long sleeve Divssc^, v:il (lyotl. I'ast color-. Sixes" 30 tii '10. SI.2!) value 1'anrl Curtains Ecru onlv 35c GOWNS Siz« 1C and 1" 59c I.adit's Ouiing Pajamas Sic Ladies Shoes P.'ilenl. Kid niicl , Sue de, medium ' heels. SI.50 value • Men's New Fall SUITS Genuine 1U outicr, Ml wool litm- ni, r le Hlankols, 7(1 \ SO. p reft y stripes A rc.il n; suit vuluc Broad- clot Bloomers nyon stripe 15c 1 ! colois. 3 6 nches wide. Regular 15c value. Silk Hose Lailie'h Haso. 15c SLIPS 35c PUMPS -STRAPS- TIES :.'t,n«ies Shoes. New 'pnllerns in Surdc 1 . n n d P.ilnu. high and C » b n :i htils.' Other Groups at $3.50, $4 and $5 jill'ks 1.98 MKN'SHATS Geocl qm.liiy fells, well made in tin 1 iu-u sha)>es. Givys IllOUH'i .lltri r r^Tlc MKX'S TKOl'MEKS Sirfs 2J) Ui -II. Ke^ulnr v.i I ni\ Mine, srcy and A,^ hrown Worsteds Jjf in a Kuml ran.nc ($ of path-rnv. 2-1'A NT SUITS 98c ?T!C n's I) rc.vs T rousers r m v, every cnnvc patlcru :iii(i style. Sl.98-2.50-2.98 $1.29-1.50 1.93-2.65 Fine all wool - Cft -»' u \Vnrslcd S n i I s. ill-weal pat turns. Mens Leather Boots 82.98 3.50 3.98 a I'lim -fuc, compasiiion sole Boots S3.!)8 Solid colors and fancy patterns. Sizes 14H to 17 Mens Oxfords Blue and grey Work Shirts, cost sly I e. 1 )X>ckets WORK SHOES Black oriy. p'fiin tor. \ving-li!).-. and otho! .slyles in Wiicli:-r or Three oilier groups ol Work Shoes ihii! nre buill to give months i.nd inontlis of ,sal- Isfaclory urnr. Leatlior or composition roles. Severnl jjood to cliuos? from An o;itsiriii:!m° men's Ox lord i'.i nlaln '.C'.- .:;• r.iiiK-'ip style? IK DEPARTMENT STORES Blankets At Lowest Prices $14.95 69c 1.35 I'iirl wind. GtixSI). * Qg 2 2 70 \ SO (1 o u blu Uhinkets, heavy (|!iiilily. plaids ~'i .v 80. pan wool ffe fl Q Klankets. sit tern §*™v lioi'ml. SX50 lalue Extra liravy Blan- /> CO kcl. 12x81. ,-ittrac- *•«** live plaids •r Men's Heavy Slip-Over Sweaters OVERALLS for men ON THE OLD GRAND LEADER CORNER! 95c and $1.10

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