The Courier News from ,  on April 14, 1937 · Page 8
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"PAGE EIGHT I BLYTIIEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Club Officials' Make Pro. '> paration for Good Attendance at Games nv jr. P. FRIEND OSCEOIjA, April 14. — In response to many requests from local ; basball Ions, season tickets for • the 55 home games have been printed mid are being placed on sale this week, D. Fred Taylor Jr., secretary-business malinger or the Indians, announces. The ticket- 1 ;, in book form and numbered, have been Approved by the Northeast Arkansns League board of directors. Four groups have, been ordered: male adults 'female adults, .children, and col- .tred. They effect a saving of from 50'/ to iy/,, accoullng to Mr. Taylor. Since there are to be no bleachers, except for the negroes and no box scats, only general .admission tickets have been print- id. The reguisii pnce as.set by tile league Ls ! 40 cents. Work on the" new athletic field r.t the high school, where the Jndians will play this year, Ls bc- "ing speeded up In order to have It ready by Apiil 23, when Elmer Kfrchoff. former Missouri School of Mines star athlete, will hold the first practice drill. Klrchoff, now at Teirc Haute, also n link In tlie St. Louis Brown farm, is looking over material at the Class 13 training site Alfred "Kid" Kci- ley, Paikin, Paul Rncker, Bauxite and James Dallaid, Middleton, Whnl! Anollicr? __ Tommy l.oiii;hi;iii. fomn.'r world liKht -hcnvy\wi|!hl <-li;iiiipiim, lias siimimbc'd lei tho curmil fuel among /iulitns ;md <-x- ISliliU-r.s nnd Tins opened up u mlauriint in Philadelphia, his hometown. Buffalo Bill U. S. Native, Says Harvard Professor CAMUIJIDOE, Mass. (UP)—Bill falo 1)111 was not born in Italy. When completed "ihc new plant' rai>ny " i™!/"™" nmo "S ,' he tot in the | His statement refutes the claim S T 6 .. 6 ™ mlstnnd ' whlc 'i is of " newspaper published In Bo- fm ,?i M i h " : concrete locna, Italy, which of fere "proof" foundation, has a seating capacity (hat William P. "Buffalo Bill" Of 1,000 Showers and dressing Cody's real name was Giovanni under the rooms are available stands. Seveinl youngsters in tills Icr- ritoiy have notified Piesiticnt Ben P. .Biitlcr of their Intentions of emoillng In the fiee school which will be conducted d ig the [frst week. I'oiiibltil and wns born at Barbl- In IB'IO. Pioneer Woman N'rimcd , SAN FKANCISCO (UP)—Fcder- nl research workers have unearthed the fact that the Hist 'white woman to come to San Francisco! was Clotllde de Alba, born in I Panama City. She eloped at 17 with a Doling Mexican and cainc to San Prancl'co In 1710, six years i Before the signing of the Dcclnra-1 lion, of Independence. | JUM is COMENG nolllrd Note 'Crosses Paelfle SAN FRANCISCO (UP)-It look Just two years for n bottle con- tulnliig a message nnd tliown into the sen at Hagulo In the 'Philippine Islands, to arrive off San Francisco. The bottle was tossed Into the waves by Jack Dwyer at sra.stde picnic March 3, 103f>, nnd picked up by C. W. Thomj) sun, of Hlclnnond, Cal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL U, 1937 Daimler Is suld to have built tlic first V-typc engine In 1888. glCCER'"BETTER Have You Visited Our New mouiTR Set-vice SlationV Wliilc Hose Gasoline fiooctycar Tires Wlllnrd Ilalti'rlcs Knati Srrvlcn On - (ins - Tires - Wrecks z-i iiouit M::::V:(;K Call 033 For l'rom|it Service Tom Little Chevrolet Co. S'UEE! ... You can buy odd-trousers from $1,95 up, but Ii!ic everything else . . . you'omy gst what you pay for. So this year ... Insist on SLACKS of Quality CHECK FLANNELS Light and dark backgrounds in the ne\vcsf checked pa!- $ J^ terns. PLAID GABERDINE Solid color plaid gaherdincs in grey, hrown and dark Rieen. . I HKKK'S all the difTercnce in the world in selecting a pair of otld-tronsers that have really been tailored by craftsmen who know how clothing should l )c made. Here are slacks with a reputation. CROSBY SQUARE SHOES As.usual the best buy is always at MEAD CLOTHING Co. 315 WEST MAIN STREET Blytheville's Headquarters for Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY A money-saving event in honor of James C. Penney, the man whose little country store became the keystone of a nation-wide insliti iS We're celebrating! Our 36Ur Anniversary has been- a huge' success^ htci> Better *» <)f ^eiKls, ,,kl ami new, have come, bought am! sS ' . rit PcnnevV : i anmml e y.-?, 1 is ^rly .ovei^locks arc sli bo ai<0 • safc IVom irregulars and seconds BINGO for Mf?n, Boyt, Youlht 49« Ventilated canvas uppers, Husky soles, bum per. tots! Winners for wear, comfort! 1,200 Spools '•'-'•-• Sewing Thread 2c Spool While size 50 only. >125 yds. to siiool! )Ve. advise early shopping., •• .,..' $&$$$$ m$M ;.<£*& «$ Just Received! 200 Yds. New Patterns in Spr ing Prints 7c Yd. JQ Inches wide, colors. Special I'wcliase! 50 Dozen Shirts - Shorts IQcEa. Rill cut, fasl colors. First ((Utility,. Be here early. Again We Offer 50 Men's Work Socks 5cPr. Assorted colors, blacks, greys and browns. IGs to 12s. Come and get 'em! ffi Special Purchase! 500 Yds. Silk & Rayon Fabrics 37cYd. Large assortment Jhtaffofallle cre|>e nllure, sterline panne sntin tuul rough crepes. •'Full Fashioned Silk Hosiery 39c Pr. CliifTons! Service weights! Newest colors! Perfect quality! Sizes 8',4 to lO'.S. A Gigantic Clearance! 200 Ladies' Silk Slips 65c Ea. Pure -silk crepe, bias cut, V tops. Lace trimmed top and boUoin. Al! sizes. Kxlra Special! : - • ^5 1'air iMen's ' Work Shoes $U7Pr. All leather, plain (os. Firat quality. Big savings! 21) Dozen Hoys' Baseball Caps 25c Heavy suede cloth with cm-, hlem "Play Arkansas Ball.". Eyelet ventilation. All "siz;s. '17 Doz. Smart Spring Anklets 7c?r. Buy plenty at this bargain price! Of - fine/.combed cotton. Sizes 6 to'lO 1 ,!:.' . 2SM__ ': Factory Close-Out! 50. Do7.en Ladies' Panties 12c Ea. Pine quality knit rayon undies at an amazing price. Small, medium and large. Another Scoop! 300 Yds. Conocn 1'rinled'i Printed Crepe 43c¥d. Spring patterns in line quality washable rayon crepe. Won't pull at the seams. Look Here! 200 Neil's liluc , Work'Shirts 39c Ea. Two pockets, seven • button frcnt, full cut. All siics. Beat the price .Itisl Recci\ccM 50 Only — Hoys' Wash Suits $2,98 Fancy uacks, long pant 1 ; As- soited colors. Sizes 0 to. 23. Sanforizeii slirnnk Another Scoop!, dO Onlj Shadow Panel' Slips 57c Expensive look:ng rayon taffetas straight cut bodice top Tea rose only/ sizes ;'32 .to' 44. ; A -Grand I?afi;ain! 1V7 Otily Slxflfl'Bleached Seam less Sheets ; 55c Ea, :Never : aga)n at" this low ;prife. Bought to sell for • ntuch. more, ;: "Ji'isl Received! •100 Yds. Short Length Remnants lOeYl High quality ginghanis in solids and fancies. 3 to 5 yd. lengths. See for yourself"! gSKt _ A Bargain For-Men! .')7 Men's Shirts - Shorts 17cEa. Shorts of Sanforized shrunk broadcloth. Shirts Swiss ribbed cotton. Buy now! Are These' Bargains? Men's Khaki Work Suits Pants 98c Shirts - - - - - 7!)c Full cut, well made. Another if they fade. Beat the price rise! .ifjfl •'Again We Offer-Highway L Unbleached. ^ Muslin 6cYd. Only 300 yarxls left. Bargain priced. First" .c ome,' first p. served! 'Don't Miss This Buy! .39 Only —.Kiddies' Wash Dresses 19cEa. Sizes 1 to 5. Fast color prints. First come, first served; Sensationally"' Priced! 5,'i Tailored or Fringed- .Panels 14c Ea. Ncvelty net or plain mar- qiifsette in cent. Popular sizes. Sensationally 500 Pair'iMen's Oxhide Overalls 55c Pr. Close-out price on these. Full cut heavy weight. All sixes. Buy your supply now! Another Scoop! 50 Pair Men's Painter Overalls 75c Pr. Full cut. well made in white only. All .sizes. Buy now! Special Puf'chase!'•! 100 Silk Petal Boudoir Pillows 2for$1 14 in. round silk petal boudoir pillows.. Kapok, filled. .Assorted pastel' colors, p ; .Special Offer! 100 Terry WashCloths 2cJEa. .Sizes 12 by 12 lii. Soft but .firm., Smart plaids and borders. . :. . " Are These "Bargains? . 203 Ladies' Wash Frocks 39cEa. A-ljnuc.. vat prints. Sheer printed lawns. Sizes 14 to 44. S£e these today! I'-aclory Closc-Otils! 200 Pair Men Dress Oxfords $187 Pr. Just in time for thiM>vi> n t Blacks, browns, tans. j;rov s and whites. All slzr's. Kepnced To Clear! SO Pair Ladies' Gabardine Shoes 51 Pr. Colors blue, black, and beige. Odds lots, odd sizrs. Be here early! : Warehouse Close-Outs' ISO I'air Children's Bouelit to sell for much more. Whites, browns, nnd black and white. All sizes. Wkllhs A to D.

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