The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 21, 1935 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 21, 1935
Page 4
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BLYTJIEVILJ.E, (ARK.) COURIER NEWB February-Penney's Monttti Of _^ THURSDAY/ FEBRUARY 21, 1935 Make up your shoppinff list and plan to be here early! Remember— lots of UN-advertised feature* every department! in Men! Compelling Shirt Valuel Dress Shirts Droadcloths! Fancy Percales! A hnvd-to-equal wilue! Snowy white and phiin color brondclofhs with pre-shrunk collars! Full cut fancy percales. All made to our .strict specifications! Sizes 14 to 17. You'll want scycral! Get 'em today! , J MEN'S SHORTS Cut, to Pen- ilons! liroud- J cloth, 28 to 44. I SliiiLs, cotton, I only 17e! Men's Fancy SOCKS Great value}! Rayon plaited on cotton. Cotton top, lieel.i toe. SIMS 10-12. Plain locki. We*. Quality *t a bargain pried UNION SUITS Fine rib cotton — shaped to fill 69c Wt think tiiey'n the finest obtainable ut this low pricel Style* and si«6 for every man. Long or short sleeres, snide-length legs. Ecru or white. 36 to S2. Get yours now! ' A Record-Breaking Price! WORK PANTS Black and white prnued drill! 98' Don't mUji this value! Husky, w«u. mnde ponti, cut to our specifications! Reenforced. bar lacked' They'll stand lots of woai, and won't thou- the dirt! Sizes 29-42 Get > pmr 1 PS ; Men! A Big Value Scoop! Dress Shirts '. Prt-ihrunk fancy \abncsl Buys! :c_ :'' Everyone wears a print for spring! Cotton Frocks In last-colors'. wan Hive! Whai » "ouyr The tana ordinarily pay much more for Smart pin- 'stripes, solid colors, Jacquards Whites, solid colors, fancies, in the best of fabrics Cut full, ocean pearl buttons. Sizes 14-J7, Men's Handkerchief! 17-rn. tor Good Bnd bigf Of soft nil wliiW cotton! They're ni a r v c 11 0 u s BARGAINS' Boy's Dress SHIRTS. Valur Stntaliont! 49c Cut full! Fancy percales,' plain b i o n d cloths, chambrays. 6-12. mt.HVj! Men 1 * Cotton SOCKS Metliuiu \veiyhl in 'black, white. cordovan, c.ini ?\, prey or nav\ 10 to "12 Unv" Boys' Union Suits GREAT val Kib cotton! Shnpod to nil Style r mid sizes for every boy! White only! Men's DRESS Or Work Suspenders Rason elastic in fancy patterns, or heavy duty clas- tic with genuine elastic ends. Only A favorite with thousands of men! WORK SHIRTS What a bargain! A good work shirt made to Penney's rigid specifications at less than half-a-dollar! Long wearing blue cham- brayl Strongly stitched! Extension neckband! 2 poo* kets! Steel buttons! Sizes 141/i to 171 Boys' Work fikirlt. jirtj 6 to 14, e*i y FfrofiTii "Better-dress" styles — at a "pin-money" price! Spring plaids — colorful florals and stripes in fine- quality Rondo prints! Young, fresh-looking tailored and trimmed styles that look well whether you're slender or not! Shirt frocks! Organdy trims! Straight or flared, skirts! Sizes. 14 to 52! Buy early! tmartly — spend little! Printed Crepes of rayon r yd. ,The lustre and finish loo'rc like silk; jThe smart plaids, stripes and novelties are stunning for street frocks _ especially under your dark sprin?! SfiAle in wi-ln! 8uv nnu/l 36 in. vide! Good Brown SHEETING Household stand-by! Get it for This unbleached sheeting Is the strong, sturdy fabric that housewives knoiv and prefer! Mnkc it into sheets, pillow slips, mattress covers, other things! January white goods price! Tub-fast prints': Just Arrived': Girls DRESSES Spring prints! Bargains! 49' Crisp, fresh little dresses that will delight both mothers and daughters. Stripes, checks, florals, and conventional designs with contrasting collars, cuffs, belts and pipings. Touches of white, too, and tucks and pleats! For girls 1 to 3, 3 to 6. and 7 to 14 years. Values! Pliable. Pedalines 98 Such Smart Cotton and ft One of the smartest straws you en W»»«Mon.TWg why-we've made t of oiu big -surprise „»!•,«" i Many W w styles-youthlu. shallow crowns L c ose-fittmg types, too i Trimmed „„. Ole. pen bows and ouills- Lot* of colors Make for Dressy Bedrooms' '•ff.00 •s^ They look like rich brocade because of the rayon— they'll give ' satisfactory service because of the cotton in the good substantial weave. And, too, that lovely luster lasts! Blue, green, rose, gold and orchid. Size 80 x. 105 in. Terry Face CLOTHS 12 x 12 inches! 3forl2C You can't have too many washcloths. When they're priced so low buy a dozen! Cheviots of Quality 2S In. Wtdth 10* Stripes — plain colors! Lon g- wcaring!. Fine quality — lowest | orir*.-. iii years' ; Full fashioned! Pure Silk! Chiffon or semi-service! 49 Many women who've'always paid high prices for .stocking^ ifind ..these a iria'rvei- ous buy! Sheer-, chiffons with isilk picot top! Sturdy semi-service with mercerized . top and solel.New colors 1. 8i/o ' Panties and Bloomers! RAYON UNDIES Excellent Quality! Full Cut! 25 VESTS, too at the tame po«' If you like a bargain, you'll be delighted with these 1 Medium-weight, good quality rayon.' Full cut, well tail- ured! Siws 34-42' £i<« iij«, jy c ' Every household needs this Brown Sheeting It' i a great bargain at only Real 9/« brown shMtinjr- mn ke it up into sturdy sheets, or for other household uses! U outlasU almost nny e<hcr kind of fabric— and it's «« mojpensivc at Pe.nnev'*'. We predict a "fell-out" on Terry Towels in thit handy fi*e, wtight! IO C People who prefer face and hand towels of terry cloth will welcome this BARGAIN! Soft, absorbent texture, firmly woven and in the proper weleht! While, colored borders •,•• ti i . ij •... j>v; • Rayon .Crepe Slippy.. ' -Bias-'cutY V- front' Tea rose, n L ^ e sh,;or white? • Sizes" 32' ! to 42! DURO SHEETS x.90.' 65- Here'i a real sheet bargaihl" Practical glx 90- size! Smoothfm- • Ne«- Dress' Prints • - I'Mcolon! , lOc yd. It's fully'36'in," wide—-a-range-. 1 , of. .better-than. '•' usual patterhj Quality CRETONNES Value Priced! lOcyd. Big splashy patterns or mort conservative de- siims. Good •cfehtl 36-in. Blytheville, Arkansas BlytheviUe, Arkansas

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