The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1933 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
Page 8
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. i '|*)M.GE EIGHT Osceola Society — Personal <r«A large number of Osccolans attended performances of Oreen Pas- Tttres at the Auditorium in Mem*, ^plk this week. .—Among those going to tile Wrd- /wst'.ay aitornoon matinee were Mrs. !>!>' W. Edrington and her small son. •William Hard, Mrs. W. E. Hunt, tri I.. S. Mitchell, Mrs. K. P. Mrs. Georgia Wllliani- allending the Wednesday •rlormance Included Missile Harwell, Roberta Cur- Gladys Estcs. Mrs. <J. L. loore, Mrs. J. S. McCants and Kelser. John "' Mrs. R. C. Bryan was hostess to •t*e Presbyterian Ladies Auxiliary •Monday attcrnoon ' when Mrs. Marsh Callaway of Dlythcvillc led the foreign mission study. Mrs. n. H?' Cromcr led* the devotional scr- j'lce. Eleven members were present. • • ' . » •-•Mrs. 11. A. Behrcus led tlie lesson ',:'<$_ wclfnrc work In 'Japan al the regular meeting of the Methodist Womens Missionary society Mon- aiy afternoon. Mrs. W. L. Scjjars *nd Mrs. \V. B. Flaimigan were on UJL program. The Rev. I{. C. Morchead was a visitor nnd made a Short talk. Fifteen members were present. *>y. T. Summers of Slep Rock and rtiss Lonnle May Duncan ot Eto- .'TWh were married at Etownh. The R*v. D. I. Holt performed (lie cerc- ihtmy. Z$. P. May nixl Miss Luclndy Mills toth of Wilson, were married by . the Hev. L. R. VoJner. , ' 3j- 1! - Spears and Miss Lilln May Cajncaster, both of Wilson, were iDSirrled in Osceoln. The ceremony 'was said by the Rev. it. c. Morc- hfad, Methodist' pastor. '"Albert Reeves and Miss Jewel Crocker, both of Euraah, were marital In Osceola. Magistrate W. P. Sfflc snid U v .c ceremony. • Stloyd E. Sharp and Miss Bessie Berktas, both of Osceola, were mar. lied here with Magistrate W. p .-|jale performing the ceremony. QNSWERS totodayb .THKE GUESSES Dr Nicholas .Mmiay Duller Is 1'11KS11)|-;.\T or COI.IlMHi v UNIVKHSITV. Thr- tlicek lellf,- Is .XI ipniTmnmvd 7.\ ns In t yc) MASON A.\n DIXON'S M.N'I; seiiaratcs I'HN'N.SVLVANIA and MAUYLAND. Puxico K. E. Bomar cn- 11 dancing parly Mr. and Mrs. tertnlncti with Saturday niitlu. oveia! frotn here attended the musical n( ilie home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip. Lncer of Number Eight SuiidaJ' night. Mr, nnd Mrs. OdU Heed spent Saturday night with the letter's parents, near Diylheville. . Leora 1'rllchaid was the supper yuesl Sunday night of Mis. L. A. Kobfit.son of No. M. Miss Maye Fisher wns chosen queen ol Nimibci 1 Nine at the pic supper 1'rklay nlnht. Agnes Mi-Gci' s|x.'nt Sunday in Osccot.i. Mrs. n. .J. Whittle si»nl Sunday night wild Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Jonc.s of Yurbro. Wiiyi! risl'.iT left Satin-day for 'IViim-iser whei-e .she will visit relatives foj- .--.omi 1 lime. Mre. lli-sMc 1 Fowler of lilyllie- vllle S|H'nl Sinulay with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Moore sr. Driver Grove News ^fr. anrt Mrs. Eligha Swain have moved to the place where A J Wicker lived last year. yV Mr. anil Mrs. Oil Tonilinson and Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Bolls have moved to Mrs. Sternbcrg's land near Big Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Richardson's baby 1ms pneumonia. Mrs. Henry Richardson and children arc visiting relatives In Mississippi Ins week. The Rev. W. H. Springer of lily- .)_ COURIER NEWS. ' thevllle was .the guest of hb son and family Sunday and Sunday night, ; .... Ekron News Notes Mrs. Molly Hurt and family of Forrest City visited Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hnrt over the week end. Mrs Hart nnd her son returned with them and will visit Mrs. Kate .Sliaffe.- and other relatives at 1'alcMine, The Young Folks Sunday schoo. class will Blre a wiener roast Frl- jday night-at the home of Mr. and | Mrs. Doss.' It Is being given In | honor of William Gilmore, who will leave this community soon. ! , The Rev. Mr. Ix>blcy will lion- duct services at Ekron Sunday afternoon. _ THURSDAY, .NOVEMBER _23,__1.933 J. Cooney • was his 'own signboard the 14,000 elk that will be driven' In his campaign for city council- from thc hills this winter by thc of;a saucer, with the words,-Vote com wl11 bc tho Principal feeds for Me." used. Mr. and Mrs. Hnmp Austin and ' family and Mr. and Mis. Chuck Walker are Itavlng Thursday for! Houston. Miss., where they will' visit friends and relatives. Orchestra Leader Led Camels BOSTON (UP)—Arthur Fielder, : fumed..orcho.slra leader, was once; a cam'cl lender In Egypt. ! FORD OWNERS /' re pare for Cold Weather KXCHA NGK — COMPLETE FACTORY BUILT MOTORS 4 Cylinder ; , V-8 Cylinder *43- so *45- M IN<'I.i;i)INr. AM, l.ABOll, PAKTS. Oil., ET«:. I'honc 811 Today PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 11 Vou7/ see our Enthusiasm when you see these SUITS and ., O'COATS At Such Low Prices: Yon can't look it them without sensing tlirir good wr.irinj qualitlos. ^Ve arc mighty lucky lo be able to offer these clothes so cheap. Suits Th,at hive already won Ihc lislil lo bc calira one of this Mason's most popular lines. V Overcoats Twttds and Polos in all new styles, including the new Enjlish Fl.irc Tall model with Kajlan Slfcvcs, Double Rrcaslca anil Half Heltcil models. and Up Wilson Shirts $1.65 up Arrow Shirts $1.55 Hats The Season's Best Styles.... Including thc Scraich Finish. and .Suede Jackets $6.95 and $12.50 Fortune Shoes $4 and $5- Nunn Bush $6.50 and $8.50 R. D. HUGHES & CO. Complete Outfitters For Men and Boys Cadidat* dun Signboard •t PORTLAND, Me. (UP)-Samuel Plan? Jlade for Klk Tcek JACKSON. Wyo. <U!>) — Preparations are under way to care for BARGAIN'S IN -NEW & I'SEJ) FURNITURE R. J. DOBSON 303 K. Main Hione GRABERS' 3-DAY SPECIALS PRINTS Fnst colors, fine (|i)ality, .some 8U :H(|iiarii prints, .'Hi i.'icli. 10f viilnc. S'ani Friday—Saturday - Monday AN IMPORTANT EVENT t OD'l,!, WANT T(i A'i'l'KNl)! Not A lot of loud whooping anil roar . . . Hu! throughout : our store you'll linil some intcruntinK siitcinls for Hitsc thrte (lays . . . Many . of tht-m not advt-rtisi-il and' we :ire sure Ihal you'll want lo Kvl in on Ihesu spi-ciuls I'rulny, Sulurduy and .Monday . . . Kemeinhcr, tvcry item marked in plitin ftjcures and (hat is the price lo everyone. SJioj) with confidence »i GltAliElt'SI OUTING lOc •'i(i Im-hc.s Wide. Gdo Qualify UNUSUAL COAT VALUES Sport-Polo COATS There arc only n few nf the I'olo Coiits biu plenty of T\vet-d Sport 'Joat.'; in blatk and brown tweeds. ..Good looking models that you'll like. Grabei's Price Fur-trimmed COATS If you paid $l'.9B for one of these Coals you'd think it a bargain: That is the regular pricf. Smart, looking blnck ;md brown materials, nil with fur collars and many v.i'.h fur cuffs. What, an opportunity to yet a bcmitifnl fur trimmed coat for a lit'.ie money.. .Regular $15 valucs and you'll agree they're w.ivlh every dime oi it.. .Grater's 3 day Special Price Blanket Bargains 70 x 80 inch double cotton Blanket, shown in a pretty range of plaids. 06 x 80 part wool Blanket, full double size, sateen bound, beauti- f u 1 plaids, 70 x 80 part wool Blankets sateen bound, full double size, attractive rolors, only $1.19 $1.79 $2.19 GOWNS Ladies Flannelette N'lglil Gowns. Regular 69c value. Three day Epecinl BLOOMERS Ladies Jersey Bloomers. Regular 3x value. Grobcr's 3 day. .special' , Infant Sets 3-piece Knit Sets. Hood JacKet and Bootees, white, pink and /»r blue. 98c value ODC Infant Sets Brushed wool. Coat. Cap. Mittens and SiiiKS, white, pink and blue. $1.93 $1.49 SLIPS Ladies bias cu,t Princess Slips/-, Broadcloth, lace trimmed. Special or ' valsi.vnt JJC UNIONSUITS Boys-and girls, taped styles. Sizes 2 to 12. 45c 59c 69c Special Prices On Novelty Shoes Knr f.;i(lies and Misses Pumps O\rorOs Straps Tics Patent-Kid-Suede Here are all the season's popular styles oSfered at lowered prices for these three days. ..Don't Miss This Opportunity! $1.49 $1.98 $2.98 $4 and $S Ladies Woolen DRESSES Shown in greens, browns, reds a :i d combinations. Sizes 14 to 20, attractive- ly'styled. *•! QQ $2.98 value , : ' «J>1.«7O Ladies -2-Piece Knit DRESSES Smart lii'king models, ^ev- rral gocd colors, dresses that 'will serve you <J -I well. $1.49 value «?1 Ladies' 51.29 Wash DRESSES Fine quality print dresses, some SO square prints, fast colors, sizes 14 to 20. Regular S1.29 "yn value for I 3 C Children's Knit DRESSES Children's, regular 98c knit dresses with pique collars, lied, blue AQ«* and brown fll/C Indies' Flannel SKIRTS Ladie.s all wool Flannel styles just received. *i QO A Bargain at $i.JO Ladies Turtle Neck SWEATERS New :;olirt while and solid red, turtle neck dj-j QO sweaters <J)l.yO Uriies & Children's RAINCOATS Bellfd styles, rubberized plaid-bick material. Sizes lor women, misses a n d children A Bargain ab HOSE Children's Derby Ribbed Hose. Pair 15 C Ladies' SHOES Patent, Kid ^ ^ and 'Suede JJ> | Ties, nicd- • ium heels. ^" GLOVES Men's Heavy- £> Canvas Gloves C Cotton Bat! G Pound OC Cotton Rills ^r) CHILDRENS SHOES PATENT - CALF - GUNMETAL OXFORDS, SHO.KS, STRAPS A great assortment of sturdily built shoes, oxfords and straixs for children. All sizes to 2. 98c $1-25 $149 $1-98 UNJ.ONSUITS Men's heavy ribbed Union- suits, jood quality (*n at -- DifC UNIONSUITS Men's heavily fleeced Union- suits. Sizes 36 to« For m e K, heavy brown and black tweed. All sizes SPORT JACKETS quality, 79c WORK PANTS Heavy blue and grey material. Sizes 29 to 42. SI.39 vahw MEN'S PANTS Extra 98c Men's Moleskin Pants, heavy and durable A Bargain at MEN'S PANTS Men's Whipcord Pants. Straight leg. All sizes $1.50 Beautiful New DRESSES Priced Low The Materials: Woolens Silks Velvets Crepes Jerscy.s The Colors: Eagle Blue Chinese Blue Kel Grey Burgundy Toast Brown Sizes 12 ;r> 20 - 3C to 50 Many new styles just arrived.,? Dresses Now $ S 98 Others At Suit Values We Have Them and Vou'll Like Them At the prices telow we present 4 feature value groups of suits...Suits which if bought at the current wholesale prices would have to sell considerably higher...Latest Fall models, new colorings, new patterns. Yo:in» men's and: conservative styles. $0.95 $10-50 $10.50 $1C Blue Serge Suits —Graber's Feature Value— $1/1.95 Genuine 10 onhce blue Serge Suils, all wool, good fitting models, exceptionally well tailored. A value that can't be duplicated. 14 We Have Our Own Alteration Department and Can Fit You Perfectly MEN'S SOX Regular saw mill.| A Per pair 1UC -3 pair 25c MEN'S CAPS Men's Suede Dress. Something new! $1.50 value SWEATERS Men's Sleeveless Sweaters, all colors. AO A Bargain at «JOC JACKETS Men's Corduroy, zipper • stylos, knit bottoms. good quality (O Ol corduroy $ O «^ < SWEATERS Men's heavy shaker knit. V-ncd:. A ren bargain fr-i rr\ at $1.«>U Lumberjacks Men's all wool melton 32 u;mcc Cossack style Zipper :ront $3.98 MEN'S HATS ew. snappy fall styles ntnl colors. $1.29 $1.50 $1.98 DRESS SHIRTS Solid colors and fancy nn ' patterns. Regular il value I "C Men's fine Dress Shirts, sizes 14 to 17. All sleeve lengths, brond- clolh in white, blue and grey. sl.W value $1 You Can't Beat These Values On Dress Oxfords New Styles - Lowest Prices Plain toe or wing lip styles, Bals and Hluchers. leather or lubber heels, some styles with Cuban heels...We can nt you correctly. $1.98 $2.45 $2.98 $3.50 $5 MEN'S WORK SHOES Men's sturdy work shoes in Scout lasts, plain or cap toes, leather and composilio:! soles, some with double soles. $1-25 $1-49 $1-98 $245 $2-98 G RABER'C DEPARTMENT STORES P^^ On thc Old Grand Leader Corner Klytheville, Arkansas SWEATERS Coal- styles, heavy wool slider knit, shawl collars. jus A i Cft value at $1.OU SWEATERS Boys' heavy slip-over Sweaters. *| JA. Black only ^1.4? Office Coats 100 per cent wool Zipper $0 QO front $6.3O HELMETS Boys Leather Helmets Fleece „ _ lined J5c Dress Pants A" ilyles. pstterns and colors. $1,98 $2,50 $?,98 $3.98 Suede Shirts Men's good Sncdc Flannel Shirk quality

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