The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 11, 1934
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY II, 1934 .Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Night Bridge club moel- ing wllh firs. J. ,W. Adams jr; FRIDAY'S EVENTS Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, meeting with Mrs. IVank Simmons on'Wai nut 6trcct. Etude Music club meeting with Mrs. Charles Bright, 7!9 W. As!: „< 'pjtr." Central Ward P. T. A. Executive Board meeting. 3:30, at Methodist church. SUNDAY'S EVENTS Observance) of Woman's Dsy at First Christian church. ' teflon Aux'y Jo M«t FrM»y Mrs. A.. M, Woshburn,- first vice president of the American Legion Auxiliary, 'will be in charge of Hie program at the meeting ot the frroiip Friday . afternoon nt the home or Mrs. Ley Welch. Mrs Roland Green, legislative clioir man, will give a po'icr and then will be special music. * * • Executive Board Flans a Mccllnf The executive board of the \vo man's missionary ""ion of th First Baptist church will meet to morrow afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, the church. . il * * * . ' Chili Supper Given. wrse menu was served a'- small nbles. Tiie Founders Day program was ed by Mrs. C. S. Stevens in which Irs. A. Thackeray gave' a reading nd Mrs. Paul L. Tfplou sang. • * « (cm!*!* of " Meet Tonight Membra of the Wnltlicr League, i y&ung people's 'oi-gnniznlion In he Lutheran church, will meet at he Pilgrim Lutheran church Oils evening, 0:30 o'clock, for n busl- icss session. ., The local group is affiliated with he national group. » • • Jut:t Friends" II. Y. 1'. U. , To Meet TonlsM. There wTtl be a meeting' o( Hie •Just Friends" group of the First Baptist church li. V. P: the home of A. C. Dlaylock on Holly .treet tonight. Bihoj News Mostly Personal The Philathea class of the First. vValnut street.- Miss, Cjolda Rinks will go Clarksflaie, Miss., tomorrow for two weeks visit with Mr. uiul Mrs J. R. Clinton nnd daughter, Mis Elinor. . Mr«. Matt Monaghan jr.. is. 111 Iroin tonsllitls at her home nil West IWA Sponsors Class . in Fine Dressmaking OSCKOIiA, Ark. .Ian. 11.—A rgc number <>£ young matrons nrc Drolling in a .study course In line ressmnklng u-lilch will be conduct(1 by Mrs. Georgia O. Williamson s a CWA vocational project. Mrs. Williamson's classes, bogln- ilng nest Monday, will be con- Luxora Society — Personal === zzz=^=^^ Mrs. c. B. Wood was hostess to the Dupllst w. M." u. at the firs of 1031 Tuesday. Mrs. s Incited on Hie second floor of tlie J. smith was program leader Mrs grade .sehcol bunding each clny Irom Smil!l K i u bc hoslCM to th a.m. to 1!(. and Irom 1 to 3 p.m., . md nre open free of charge to the 8 alll/ - ll - on «<•'« meei.inj next Tues vublic. Slic will nlso five instrnc- <'*y nltcrncon. .Ions in knitting. Materials lor ... both dressmaking mid knitting arc TIlc w - M, U. has organized to IK fumistifd by ihc pcrso:is tak- llcw auxiliary for girls f rom jo t ing tl:c instruction. ls J' cal ' s Ol "80- Misses Eva Georg The project Is clis'.lncl from iho aml Kva Cooltc were appolnte CWA sewing room where a large couawllors. Fifteen girls attend number of women employed are cd llle flrst meeting, making plain gannonls for relict . * * ivork. -Mrs. E - R- Began was hostess I l!ie Metho:ILst Missionary socicl TucMla yafternoon. The new offi Wilson Church Board «" X 1 "!! >' car "?= Cl i M nil- • W ' Thomas; vicc-presldcn tlects New UttlCerS Mrs. Charles Turner; treasure Mrs. T. B. Diulncy; recording sec Steele-Cooter Society — Personal Announcement, was nude last week end of the marriage at Ma-' ion, Ark., December,-, n of Miss Frances. Womack and Mr. T. A laggard. Attendants at the rer-'- nony were Mr. and Mrs. 11. Wise who before iiei 1 mairiagc was Miss Cliarlfne Lipsco:nb. She plans a •eception at her home In Blylhevilk Newly elected officers of Stcele cliapter No. 330. O. B. S., were installed last Thursday by Mrs. Katli- way meal market with it. The Davis bajber shop moved into the old Albritton store, Andrew Crawford and Cooper attended his brother's funeral Mr. and Mrs.'Jim Fields' visited Mr. and Mrs. Adrian church of Roseland Friday. 6-year-old sou of Mr. and Mrs. John Boone remains critically clene Michlc. The new officers are: ill at the Baptist hospital. Mrs. Ester Collins, worthy matron: 1 Dave Sl>encer, formerly of Steele, N. Koury, worthy patron; Mrs. Sa-l«'ho i:as been employed In the gov- d!c orcws, associate matron; J. F. ernmonj, printing office at Wash- Patu-rsw. associate patron; Mrs. l.ciiibi 1 Miller, conductress; Miss Iliibyc Ashley, associate conductress; Mrs'. Ruth Edwards, secretary, Womack, William Womack, Miss Mrs. Best, treasurer. Anna Laurie Hughes, and Dr. J. n. • •• • Chapman. Immediately after the Newly elected officers of the ceremony Mr. aiv.l Mrs. Hazard] couter B. Y. P. U. are: Miss Katli eft on a trip to Tulsa, Okla.. re- ctlr.e Joneb, general director; Miss turning January 'i. Gallic Mac Duke, secretary, and Mrs. Haggard U, liiu dauah'.er of! Mrs. Floyd Wagster, pianist. Mr. and Mra. c. M. Wom.ivk of! Mathies attended lodge at Kewjclt I The canning project in" u,ts com . Tuesday night. I immlty, under (he supervis'on nf •H«. Odie Huey, 1s progressing well. iimplc Hymns Hardest For Finest Organists BOSTON ' UP) - Few oi 8a , lWs an play a hymn simply anj w m, celing, accordin;; to John \v. [.- ar , ar, wlio has been eholrmastc-r at St. Ann's Church, Dorches'.cr, [ 01 - learly 54 years. "They know Bac-li and Schubert," says he. "but when it comes o a fine old hymn like 'Jfsus Liver of My Soul,' they jerk it out as '1 were jazz music." Luwrcnccburg, Tenn. Six; attended Tennessee college, the University of Tennessee, and George Peabody college for teachers, and is » member of Zela Tail Alplia soro:- ity. She is a teacher in the cram- mar school at Lawrencebnrii. Mr. Haggard's home is in Lawrence burg but for two years l.i 1 has been teacher of vocational Mt- riculture at Slecle. Fie received Ins education at Hie Morgan school at Petersburg, Tenn., and at the University of Tennessee. He is a mem- bcr of Phi Pi phi social fralernitv and Alplia Zeta honorary a^ficul- tural fraternity. After Mrs. Haggard finishes lie> Ingtoii, D. C., has accepted a position on the Washington Post. WILSON, Ar!:.-At a meeting of ' rela 7,' Mrs - p - M - Bond *; ra ----------- ._ the boant of stewards Wednesday spondlng secretary, Mrs. E. R. Bo- school term at La\vrciKcbmv night the Hev. H. M. I^wls, pastor « ah : superintendent of publicity. I will make their home in S'.ceic. of the Methodist church, outlined 'V rs - R - c - Langston; superlnten- *'« Mrs. Bob Owen; | Flinn-Chlsm. agent, Mrs. Ixmls Mrs. Gertrude Chism and Mr. F stwly superintendent, Mrs. H. Plinn were quietly married H; tt:e home of Mr. and Mrs. H3»"- Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Beet ham spoilt last week end In Memphis as guests of the former's sister, Mrs. H. M. Pullum. D. I, Clark went to Memphis Satin-day and met his son, Wakeleigh, student at Harding college, Morrll- ton, Ark. Wakclclgh was taken to the.. Blytlieville hospital Monday for removal of his tonsils and adenoids. He is Improving rapidly and expects to be back in school soon. Clifford May underwent an appendix operation at the B^'thsvlile hospital Tuesday. He !s : improving rapidly. Miss Catherine Jones returned Monday from Memphis wherq she . had spent a week as the guest of I Mrs. Ruth Howell. ,. ,., I Mrs. Gerald Brooks' P [ her parents at Marble ,H The daughter born to Services Held Today for Mrs. Mamie Rogers Funeral services were held today for Mrs. Mamie Rogers, Ob, who died yestciday at the home ot her son, J. c. nosers, of the Clear Lako community. Math followed a two weeks illness from pneumonia, L. G. Moss Undertaking companj was In charge of arrangements. Lone Oak News Brother J. L. Pinkstoiv of Hoi land, Mo., wilt fill his regular ap point nient l-.cre Sunday, ' Januarj 14. There will be Sunday school a 10 o'clock. Miss Lulu Hart of Jackson. Ten nessee, is visiting her brother anr family. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hart Bud Britiain returned Saturda from Cavc-in-Rock, HI., where h J a program for the year's work and the following officers were elected: . WcrM Outlook J. C. Cullum. chairman emeritus; ; S P™»: study C. L. Bird, chairman; J. n. Cul-| n - w - Ncls0 "him, vlcc-cl:alrman; K. P. Cullum. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Hunt attend-1 moll(1 Brooks Saturday _ ^ ,. t ,. 0 u™,^ treasurer; G. U. i-Tazicv. secretary. I C <1 a family reunion Sunday at Ihe 1 lllc Rov - w - M. Duncan. Only incm-1 T,is'caioos'a;'Ala"rare Baptist, church was entertained last evening with a chili supixr.' There were eleven present. Afterwards Miss Margaret La- Nellc Moore, presideni. held a short business meeting in which pious for the coming quarter were set lorth and IV.e following' officers elected: vice-president, Miss Ruth Jenkins; secretary. Miss Efllc Mcwe: treasurer. Miss Rebecca Glllcspie. Miss Rieda Sccoy was appointed as program chairman lor the business meeting next month. His Club'Parly Members of the Wednesday Bridge club and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby! were guests of Mrs. W. J. Pollard 'for luncheon and n bridge Banxr (his week at her suburban home. An Italian cut work set Mrs. Hugo Briiton of H been named Wanda Mlss lrene Boon a of Haj'Ji, iou."*- '"*'' has Head COLDS The stewards mo J. H. Grain. J. C. used with a bouquet o[ mi^ed tpriiif (lowers, in pastel shades, for the center dccorfttion 'of the luncheon-table. These were flanked with pink tapirs'In.'silver holders. The place cards/were ernblematic of the_sprin(rMinjf j " lies Mrs. John L. the prize, guest - In trtk c^r'ijuBi ?inley jr., wWr t Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Honchlns nnd Perkins. Robert Mr. and Mrs. A. Con way went tn Memphis today to hear Morton Downey. They will return tomorrow nlglil. Mines. Koliind Green. J. P. I-entl. Jumcs B. Clark, N. B. Menard nnd Loy Welch were in Memphis yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnx n. Reid went to Walnut Ridge today [or nlbrlcr business trip. Tliey will rctiini tomorrow. ' • Mrs.- J. F. Lcnll Is-In Memphis for a few days visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Waterman. Mrs. J. A. PlEB and daughter, Evelyn Jean,'and M. B. Miixwell. ather of Mrs.,rigg. were-guests ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Roland Green Tues- ay. Dicky Grcenwoll. five-year-old son of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Paul Green- yjell, who hns been seriously ill pneunxmia, is now much iin: proved. Leonard W. IIoK is ill nl his homu on South hilly street. Patrlcl*./vis;, danijliter o[ Mr. oyd'.V. Wise, _ls rcqov- B. P. Wcodsldc, H. n. Sullivan, O. M. Claude, a. C. Hudson. Dr. N. B. Ellis, mid u. E. l-se Wilson Jr. J. C. Cullum. affectionately known as "Pa." was marie chairman emeritus after 20 years service as chairman. home of Mr. Hunt's sister, Mrs. . , . Yatcs Moore, in Memphis. MM. b.i frlelld s were present. ' ""** fai"l»« and intimate i5tcr Mr _ G(? an extended --visit their , or Finlej' towels. Bride Complimented Mrs. Fred Gore, who was before her recent marriage Miss lone Oakes, was the guest of honor at a shower party Tuesday evening. Misses Grace McFarland nnd 1 Helen Grimes had srrnnged the affair nnd the guests surprised the bride : at her home on Walnut street. Tliea 20 girls plnyed Bunco and refreshments of angel food cake, topped, with whipped cream, and coffee, were served. Mrs. Gore was presented nn interesting assortment of gifts. Included in the guests was her sister, Mrs. George Ropp. of Chicago, who is visiting here. Has Birthday Dinner. Mrs. R. H. Hall. South Franklin street, celebrated her 75th birthday yesterday as guest of honor at a birthday dinner given by her son. - -5.,-,'v "I ,b.Adly,.sciifdc'(l fro'., injured 7 "H'ben a' percolator.- of coffee was'bverturned on it. She plans to walk tomorrow for the first time in a week. Tom Little. L. D. Cbamblin, W. A. Edwards. Bob Wllks. J. A. Hucii' alum and U. W. Mulllns arc attending to business In Memphis to- dny. Dr. A. M. Wasr.bum nnd the nurses cf the county health unit, Mrs. Snuiuel Owen, Misses Annabell? Brjani and Mac Foster, were In Ncwi»:t yesterday for a district conference of health null nurses working under the CWA program. Mrs. Albert Beasley of Roseland Is Dead Mrs. Mattie Gee Dies Mrs. Matlic Ciee. SB. died laic yesterday following a two months illness from jtomncii trouble. The remains will lj e can-let! to Chester comity. Tenn., today for burial witli L. G. Moss Undertaking company In charge of arrangements. The dcreasM is survived by her husband, T. M. Gco, and six sons and daughters. Hospital Notes Admitted to the IJIytheville hospital: Mrs. W. M. LaFerney, .city; Mrs. Ruby Robinson, city; A. O. Corley, Keisci-, Iri Bluuchard, I>cachvill:. Dismissed: Mrs. WV A. Roach, Hoinersvllle. * - . BlU hcp.i employed m v- L. McDeariimn accompanied them' Mrs - ?»"". who. has made her, Miss , McDanJC , , fe t . 'o Memphis and was the gucsl of I llonle wlth ''"- cltt "" "" "'" " ' ' :cr sister, Mrs. Ivan Wise. 'Sr.celey, has Mr. ,ancl Mre. Mosc Sliman and i rioils Iocal b laughter, Elizabeth, spent Sunday 1 Fllnn tarms n clark.sdale. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Evans of n farms near Stccle. His I Daughter and her husband, Mr. anti ! Mrs. Earl Vick, lived uilh him uo- Mr. and Airs. Eiwcod Scotl were Kimbroiurh B ' lcst$ of 1)0 "or at a miscellaneous , n from j, cr .! shower at the Melticxlist church (cnding school at Birmingham Ala., is here for a few djxj^visit with her father. Dr. J.' B! Mctinnicl Miss Sallie Eiamra spent. Mqnda> In Memphis. " ' Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Kearney are tic parents ot a daughter, born at the Blytlieville hospital Sunday night. J. H. Smith attended to business .Vest Helena will leave today after • li| recently, but have now moved to i brief, visit with relatives andi stcele friends. Mr. Evans formerly made his home here. Dr. and Mrs. R.. A. will return this afternoon from He°r-. nando. Miss., after a short visit 1 '' rltla y night, given by members »; with their daughter, Mrs. Henrvj" 10 Epworlh League and church, M R Gll( . hr | e ;, and their small granddauBh- !mcmbcrs ' Mr - ami Mrs ' scott ' who ! •••>•" Yales, (er. Mcsclames N. Hunt, nusscll Do' Alvin Wundcrlich, j. I'n-ir home'at were recently married, are making in Memphis Tuesday. •' ; Mrs. A. B. Rhodes spent last week with her parents, Mr. and burg. TerBi.- L. ' •••. <«i.iLk. iiiu-jvii I.IUHUII IIIJQ Ll LJ McDearman shopped in Memphis tllc a , tat « "* station -at Tuesday. A number of social affairs h Curry 'Albritton has- bought, out the John Morgan store. He has combined the ANNOUNCEMENT Dclmnr French, Raymond' Fow-' ler, and T. E. McCullouel?wish to' announce that since'Sunday,-Jan- uary 7, ihcy have not been .connected with the .Ritz : nnd Roxy Stuffy Head Just a few diops up each nostril. Quickly brcath-L VlCKS theaters, where they formerly , ™B "8"" b«omes clearl! were employed as operators. BARGAINS IN NEW & USED FURNITURE R.J.DODSON 30S E. Main Phone 155 Watch! Don't He Flim Flammed on I'rice and Weight—An Itemized Cash Rejrister Slip With Each Purchase! LIBERTY CASH GROCERS A Customer's Scale in Every Liberty Store Guarantees Your Moneys Worth! Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bcaslcy, 48. wife of Albert Bcaslcy, tiled Tuesday night nt the lainily home in tl-.e Roseland community. Funeral services were held yes- tciriay and interment vvns ninrlo at SARDINES American (Jan 3c BOLOGNA Cloth I'ound lOc BANANAS . Kiue Pound TOMATOES Standard No. 1 Can ;"H-; No. 2 Can 7c Boone Hall and Mrs. Hall, at their Mound cemetery at Dell. The Cobb home on chickasawba avenue. I undertaking company was In A large birthday cake was the, charge of funeral nrrai»Ecmcnls. centerpiece of the dining table arranged for the lour course menu served at neon. Members of the family who reside here attended the nlfair. ] Entertains P. E. O. j Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. A. 1 Coaway entertained 15 members of | the P. E. O. with.a luncheon \Ved-! nesday at the Conway Iwme prior j to the regular meeting. A twnj The deceased is survived by her husband and n son, LcRoy Deaslcy. CORN Pride of Illinois No. 'i Can lOc FLOUR" .lane BM $6.50 82c PORK SHOULDERS Half or Whole Tound Tie SOUP Phillips or Van Camps Can 5c CABBAGE New Texas Green Pound 3*2 c SPARE RIBS Not Frozen Pound Help Kidneys II poorly Htod:lcr make you fiuffcr fn«ii GrUuu Up NIghlj, NervouitwsB. Itbc-umatlc Itchir.g, or AcWily try tlio Ruaran'.wl Doctor's rrrscrirt>c:iC>-stci [a isa-(t-A> — Must fi* you lip or ii:uncy Cystex BACON " Fancy Sliced. Swift's Oriolt Pound 12ic LETTUCE. Firm Heads Kach 4c TOMATOPASTE Spring Valley Can 2ic POPCORN Loose Pound 6c BUTTER Quality Creamsi-y Pound 18c COFFEE Chase & Sanhorn, Canova or Maxwell House. Pound 27c . THE 'AWKWARD' STAGE? •L'^OST l»lc summer or early hi! iimmncr.ts nnw have new growths of straight Inir alour Ihp hair line and at the part. \\hile this' new gioulh is .flhvinusly in rccil ol a iier- marrttit wave, yet. in the hulk of the hiir there is too ; much cart 'remaining to permit a complete rcnavc. Of course such a roiffurr: is awkward and unallractnc. Firmer wa\ts do not sl.iy in well and r-ccWincs are bhafsy. What Is the Remedy? We have a welcome sujscslion. For a small amount— far less than the ccst of a regular pcnuaiicti—we can give you .1 "rnid-stason" permanent, 5 partial wave which puts curls in the nr- -roufh and irj cftccl gives you an all-ycar-around permanent. ; Margaret Deen Beauty Shoppe Iniiram BldR. Phone 10« PEACHES Hosfes In Heavy Syri:i> -No. 2 CUM ' lOc PORK STEAKS Real Lean Pound lOc ORANGES Fancy 2lC'c Do/.cn 15c SOAP P. & C. or Big Deal. 7 Giant Bars for 25 c PURE LARD No I/imil Loose. Pound SALMON Chum Can 10c WK \VII,I, SKI.I, SUGAR 1c I.KSS OX 10 i,US. THAN ANY A!)V. PKlCi: HENS Strict!v Fresh. Fuli Dressed Pound 15c CRANBERRIES Fancy Pound Tie MILR V an Camp Haby Can 3c Tsll Can KRAUT Loose. (Ken) Pound 5c Loose, Pound T7c BLACK PEPPER V n " Ti "' °' SALT Kach SALT MEAT Best Grade. Lean. Slrcak-0- Pound f HFFXF Wisco "s»» No- Ful l Cream 12 COFFEE Sunny lirook. In Handy Vacuum Packed Jar 25c SOAP Palmolivc :i liars 14c FLOUR Halliirri's Ol>clisk 21 Pounds $1.19 OLIVES Hoscdale. Queen Quart 29e KIO', Ptire Vk Pound Tie PICKLES Dolly .Madison. Sotir or Dill Jar lOc N'. Hall or P. Itican. LI). GROUND BEEF Or Hamburger Pound Frcsh ' Creamy AVhite in Pounds <f A ^ 15IC UNEEDA BAKERS SPECIALS 18c 18 l^rsc Ciwliics, Jlox . . "Milei Siandish" Choc. Twirls. M) ....... 2Se fi? H.irs, I^o. B-i^ .... l(>c Shrcdilcd Wheat, Box 7 DAY CLEARANCE Bcginrin? Friday, Jan. 12 we will oJTcr Ihe follo«-in^ merchandise at rock bottom clearance prices, much of il below .ictual cost. This is 'in lino with our ;imiiKil polity of carrying r» merchaa- dtse over. We must ntakn way for the i9^4 sminp lines now arriving. Hero is your clianuc to save a substantial sum o* money on high quality ready-to-wear. 28 Big Coat Values , 3 S-19.75 Coats S23.75 8 S2»."5 to S32.75 Coals ? 17.75 -1 S39.75 Coats S21.75 ~> $19.75 Fur Trimmed Co;its SI 1.75 a S19.75 to $21.75 Tweed Coats 510.75 & Sll.7r)- -1 $12.75 Coats S7.75 Tailcicd, fur trimmed, silk crepe, lined ;'iid interlined celts Wool Dresses Jti.-t the thing to linisli out the season. SI. 98 '• '•'•'• $2.98' Dresses IjH.'I.S ••'•• NEW SI'RIXG NUMBERS SG.9I) Drosses S'l.'JS S7.75 Dresses §6.'1S Crepe Dresses Tuff etas, Sheer Cloth, Silk Crepes, Velvets 1 sroup S5.95 Drtsses St.1)8 and §2.98 1 group S5.D5 to Slfl Dresses, some slightly soiled, SI5.9S 1 j;ronp SG.90 to S12.75 Dresses S1.98 I firoup S7.7f> to S10.7n Dressi-s 55.68 1 group 812.75 Dresses Si^.95 I group S12.75 values, includinj; street, evening and dinner styles, .y/.7:"> ! group New Spring Dresses, S12.00 to 814.75 viilues, $9.95 SMAI.I. CHAKOK KOIt ALTERATIONS Silk Taffeta Evening Jackets SI.98 Wool Skirts, 52..I8 to S2.9S values, Sl.Jti and S1.88 Wool Sweaters, S1.98 values. 9Sc Children's 'S1.39 Sweaters Silc Children's S1.98 Sweaters 9Pc New Spring 1'rints Si.28 SI.98 Smocks nnd Mouse Dresses SI.7!) Kid Gloves, broken sizes, light and dark shadw, Almost Half I'rice SI.ID I'lirses 7!>c S!-50 I'urses 9St Calfskin I'ursc.s, S2.(i<) value, 51.9R; S.'5.95 value S2..1J) 8!)c Hose 7oe SI.19 Hose 9Si- S1.:in Hose SI.HI Kaho Corsets, (iirdles ;ind lirassierps, '/i 0(T Suede and Leatherette .liickets, SI.95 values S2.98 All Silk Uniicnvear, '/, Off Woo] and Kabric (lloves, Sl.«9 to $1-19 value.-:, <19c 59c G9c All Tell, Wool Crepe and Metallic Hats, S1.9S to S3.95 values Choice Me & 98c Heads, Costume Jewelry, Eveninjf Basis, i/, Off i 5 Days Only All S5 and SIS Vitality Shoes will be reduced to SI.50- All Suedes and sonic other numbers in broken sizes ?' Other lines of 85.00 Shoes reduced to S3.:i" One group broken sizc-s in SI, S3 and SO Shoes ^ (on (able) SI.00, S1.9H and S2.<)8 ALL SALES FINAL. NO EXCHANGES, NO REFUNDS NEW ECONOMY SHOP Ingram Bldg. Phone 954-W

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