The Sedalia Democrat from Sedalia, Missouri on March 12, 1939 · Page 10
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The Sedalia Democrat from Sedalia, Missouri · Page 10

Sedalia, Missouri
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Sunday, March 12, 1939
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Page Ton FOR 50 YEARS we have been servicing you in Sedalia and surrounding territory. Why not you. by calling our cleaning and pressing departnient. Men’s Suits or Overcoats ......................................... Ladies Suits. Coats or Dresses __ Don’t Forget Our Repairing Departnient LOEWER'S—Tailors and Cleaners. Phone 171 _______________Esth. 1889 114 vv. 3rd. St. ..................60c ..................75c Mannish Suits Ellis’ bring you the finest in Mannish Suits in New Hair Line Stripes and “Miss- Matches” with plaid jackets ant Solid Skirts. Colors are Black, Navy, Creen, Brown, and Grey . . . in lovely all wool materials. $ 12.95 Holeproof Hosiery First quality. Holeproof Silk Hosiery, choice of 2 or 3 thread, ringless chiffons. Every pair perfect. All new spring colors. Regular $1.00 quality. per pair................ 59c (Limit 2 pair to a customer) ELLIS 209 S. Ohio Phone 271 THOMPSON CHEVROLET CO. We are offering to our customers a Free Check and Test on our Front End Aligning Machine. Save Your Tires—Correct Steering Drive in for inspection. No cost or obligation. Guaranteed Service on all Make Cars We call for and deliver. Phone 590 Fourth and Osage SAFE INSURANCE! Is any insurance contract worth more than the price put on it? Something for nothing — isn't! Do you know the difference between Standard insurance and Sub-standard protection? We write no Sub-standard insurance, and we won’t have such companies in our office. HIGHIEYMAN INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 719 HI East Third -St. “The Perfect Trihute A Memorial by Heynen ... a sculptured eternal biography of love, a family bond. MONUMENTS — MARKERS — MAUSOLEUMS Heynen Monument Co. 60 Years Ohio ii Pacific STERLING MOTOR 222 S, Osage TUNE-UP TIME! Well tune voiir car for a hii»iv Spring driving season . . . and help you get top performance rver\ minute you re behind the wheel! Free Estimates Without Obligation. JENKINS SERVICE Phone 446 'Vets’ (^anip Of CCC Prohably Come Here The^edjia Drmocrat a n.1 Capital. Sun.lav Morninfr, March 12, 19.19 Ho:: >< >! : , Mrs. H .J- i)iip At Pcrlle Sprinjis To Be Movcil Soon THE PRICE—OF CAREFULNESS Those who reguinr eyp exam inations, profit mo.«t. You can't negl(»ct your eyes and expect good performance. Have us examine your eyes and make your next glasses. DR. F. O MUR=>HY, Optometrist 318 South Ohio St. Phone 870 • Obituary Funeral of Mrs. Vette Funeral services for Mrs. William C. Vette, formerly Katherine Muller, who died March 3 in a hospital in Hobbs, N. M., were held Tuesday afternoon at the Zion Lutheran church, Lincoln, the Rev. O. L. Bernthal officiating. Mrs. Vette died of pneumonia which developed following an automobile accident in wDich she was injured about two weeks pre\uously. Mrs. Vette is survived by her husband, three brothers, Fred Muller, Lake Creek, P. G. Muller of Cole Camp, and John Muller in the west, and one sister, Mrs. Anna Goetz of Nebraska. Funeral of Sam Lockney The funeral of Sam Lockney, 89-year-old i-esident of Houston ia, was held at the Westbrook Funeral Home, Thursday afternoon, the Rev, C. E. Sullens. pastor of the Methodist church officiating, assi.stcd by the Rev. Basil Brown. Mr. Lockney died Tuesday e\*ening at the family home in Houstonia. Mr. Lockney was born on a fai-m near Blue Lick Springs. Saline countj% and moved to COCOA DOOR MATS Inexpensive mais — handy lo have al Ihe basement door or on the outside porch doors. 14x24 inch size $1.00 16x27 inch size...Sl.25 18x28 inch size...$1.75 RUBBER DOOR MATS Made of Auto Tires 15x25 inch size . . $1.25 18x29 inch size...$1.85 ■ ■ • f'Ìa ]r 1 1 n~5. Ilo J J-'C LockîK'V iu-d rj Vc! IV Skill .... i '-’Via, tf ?i graurichiM .«O’,-ou g' .,!ui<’iu](i S;.\ gl a!;ci f.'Us, < a."' foiliiw:«. ( ney. K,ansas C u-. F ’ eu. pallia a: - -ud Lockett Skill- Mrs. Dun ton I'f'i-a f..r Mrs. Mary years old. home mrui. Sedalia, Klfl'-i Ik'k. Sveet Spi'ings. Lec>! aid Cecil Laickney and Le.'-ler Skilln an. Hou.'tfaila. Belief that the Veterans’ CCC ramp at Pertle Springs, near VVsirnn.^burg. will be mn\ed to Petti.s County about .June 1 , wa< e.xpre,sscd jn the following article. which appeared in the Warrensburg Star-.Jou!Tial; “The Veteran.s' CCC camp at leitle Spi mgs will be moved to Pettis County about .June 1 , n was learned Thursday from an authoritali\e source. There has been no definite information received by Capi. D. W. Diggle concerning the move, but it is known that in.-tructions have been issued not to make any new contracts for soil erosion projects on Johnson county farms. “What will become of the buildings at the camp here is not knowm. There is a possibility that they will be razed and the lumber salvaged and sent to other camps or either bids will be asked and the buildings sold as they now stand. In the event the camp is dismantled it is’ considered likely that a group from the company will remain here to do tJie work. “There are two sites under consideration for the location of the camp in Pettis county, the State Fair grounds and Liberty Park. It is generally believed that the fair grounds are being given preference. To Complete Present Projects “All efforts will be directed toward completing farm projects now under way before moving. “Although Chamber of Commerce officials made an effort to have the camp remain here, it was felt that it was futil to protest. The camp has been here for nearly five years which is considerably longer than was originally planned. The purpose of the camp was to construct demonstrational soil conser\a- tion projects and this program was completed long ago. “The demand by other counties which have not been so fortunate has increased annually. It was belie\'cd that five camps wmuld be relocated during the summer, of which Warrensburg is one.” Funeral of F. W. Holloway Funeral svvvwvs for Frank V ilhnm Holloway, wh^> pas ed away at his home 416 Fast Twelfth street, were held at 2;.30 o clf;ck Saturday af'ernoon at the McLaughlin Funeral Chapel with the Re\erend P. W. Leazei’. pastor of the First Baptist church, and Reverend A. W. Koken- doffc!-. pastor of the First Chi'i — iian church, officiating. Pallbearers were friends of the family. Interment was in the Crown Hill cemetery. Funeral Tiie f i'-k-'Ctbeth Dunton, 81 ■'h'> passed ;e,vay ;U the 'il her gi-aiiddauHhler. Mrs E R. Kennedy, mo East Third street were hold at 2:.30 n'clook . atnifiay afternoon at the Full Gispel church, with the Rev Swanson, officiating. Music for the services was in charge of Mrs. Cronan. 1 -nends of the family .served as pa 11 hearers. Burial was in the Crown Hill ('cmeterv. cuaiy ÎÎ, 1937 ^ plaintiff wa< dri\ung a car west on highway •70. about four mile.s cast of War- T.tO\’e- Funeral of Mrs. I.ovelaee iVIrs. IVTary .Maude Fisher lace. 67. died Sunday, March 5 . at her home in Windsor. She was the wife of Daniel W. Lo\e- lace, and besides her hu.vband lea\es three children. Daniel A. Lo\-elace, Clinton: Mrs. Ray Christian. Lush. Wyo., and Mr,s. Charles E. Znph. Clraham. Mo. F'uneial seinices were held at the Methodist church in Wind-, sor Tuesday afternoon. Divorce Case Not C ompleted On Saturday ^ A dix-orce suit filed by Russell Flli,- Dillon and a maintenance suit filed by his wife, Leola Dillon. were heard before Judge Dimnutt Hoffman in the circuit com t Saturday. Nineteen witnesses were called to testify. Because of the absence of one witnes.«, who was unable to be in* coiut, the case was continued until 10 o clock Monday morning. I Henry C. Salveter repre.sented | Dillon and Miss Hazel Palmei wa.s attoi-ney for Mrs. Dillon. Asks Damages Over An Auto Accident A damage suit for $800 was filed in the circuit court Saturday by T.eon Alley against Tom Summerskill and Jack Crawford. The petition states that Feb- rensbuig. when the car was <u;n t ■ ■ * u- i '-^kill. in.ilines to himself and ."tiuck by a truck owned by damages to the car, the plaintiff Crawford and driven by Summer-| alleges, amounted to $800 damage. LAST CALL 3 DAYS ONLY GREAT CLEARANCE SALE NEARS END lour last chance to own one of the many beautiful models on sale at a fraction of its real worth, and at terms of $1.50 to $2.50 per week. This is your last ckance to give your child the advantages of a musical education on one of these beautiful consoles, uprights or grands at unheard of savings. HURRY! NOW! Don’t wait and be sorry—Own one on a rental basis. Liberal trade-in for your old piano. Shaw Bros. Musk Co. 702 s. Ohio Phone 684 PENNEY'S INVITE YOU! For Women Only Foundation Garment Demonstration Thursday Night, March 16—7:30 p. m. Living Models. Watch for Further Announcement! The Shop for Women of Good Taste NEWI'-Feoiher Curls! Hair cutting shears rightly used, plus a permanent, and your hair is styled for the latest creations in hairdressing, as shown hy the leading American and Paris stylists — We are SHOWTNG AND STYLING these hair dresses for Easter and Spring. THE^ IS CHARM AND COMFORT IN SHORT CURLS! BETTER PERMANENTS Gahieleen, Glotone, Duradene, Jessie Lee, Nestle, Duarl OTHER PERMANENTS $1 up Lovely new' shades for Spring in Peter Charles, Milady’s perfect manicure. Licensed Operators—Laboratory Compound Solutions. ROSE BEAUTY SHOP 815 W. Third St. Telephone 2649 U CAN T BCAT.^ # Loveliest’ Spring Fashions! # Utterly Charming New Prints! CLEN-ROW* DRESSES # Polka Dots! # Floral Prints! # Tailored Prints! # Lovely Solid Colors! Compare These Excellent Values Exqiusite fabrics—ncotate rayon rough print?, rayon lambskin prints, all the important flat-finish rayon crepe—beautiful colors on soft, muted backgroiniri.s. Semi-sheer rayons in navy and soft shade.?. Sizes to .62. *Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. Sunbonnet Batiste »0C Fast colors. Honor Muslin »Oc,, A fine, firmly woven quality for needlework and many household use.?. 36" bleached. 39" unbleached. Ace-Hi Broadcloth 10 c yd- A practical quality at economy price! Small large fast color prints on light and dark grounds. an and Choose Now! New Spring Styles! MEN’S TOPFLIGHT SHIRTS Carefully Tailored of Fine Count Combed Broadcloth Sized for Comfort and Fit! You’ll want first choice of our big, attractive selection! Shirts you’ll wear with pride—in white, smartest patterns and tasteful solid .shades, all fast color! Proportionately sized for your comfort and for correct, style-right fit! NuCraft starchless collars attached. Pick yours now and save! Bargain! Tw ist V An Anniversary Genuine Urepe SILK HOSIERY Sheer and cry.«tal-clear—tru . exquisite. Ringless, fiil] fashioned, first quality—all silk from top to toe. A choice lovely colors Sizes 8 D-KB 2 .. Broadcloth SLIPS They’ll wash and wear to fection. In women's favorite stvles ........ per- 49c Rondo Deluxe PERCALE Fast to washing. A great var iety of smart patterns, year-a round favorite ....................vd. A 15c of 55c Knit Rayon UNDERWEAR Adonna and Silver Moon Panties and Bloomers. A smart choice for fit, beauty and wearability at a sav- jg Women's sizes BLANKETS Warm, fluffy blankets in pastel plaids with striped borders, with stitched end?. 66"x76" ea. Limited Quantity DRESS PRINTS A better quality than the price indicates. A wide variety of prints and solids. Fast ^ color. 36 ' wide yd. • VC ing! Chardonize Knit Rayon PANTIES Women's panties and briefs, prettily trimmed with lace and appliques .... Rayon and Cotton BEDSPREADS Attractive jacquard designs and scalloped edges. A good weight in glowing colors ...................................... A MEN’S HATS Marathon Spring Weight Felts Lightweight and comfortable, they’re made of real fur felt with genuine leather sweat bands. Favorite styles and colors are $ here Men’s Slack SOCKS All colors and patterns. No garters needed .............................. Majestic Belts and Suspenders Belts of topgrain leather. Popular styles in jS suspenders, clip ends SHIRTS Cr SHORTS Undershirts of Swiss ribbed cotton. Fast color broadcloth shorts with elastic m sides ............................ea. Fast Color SHIRTS Good looking shirts Lustrous broadcloth and solid shades In smart patterns ..... for boys, in white 49c 1 . 9 s SHIRTS & SHORTS 15c m Rayon Taffeta SLIPS Smart, swishy slips gain price. Popular styles. 32-44 C’ynthia SLIPS Gleaming rayon satm as rich rayon crepe this price. Popular styles ........... BATH TOWELS Soft fluffy towels 17"x32" colorful plaids, stripes and solid colors with ^— white borders 4 for i ® at a bar- 77c a.? well si ins at 9Sc Women’s Rayon Satin GOWNS Vnu’ll want more tlian one of these. Some are lace trimmed —others are Uiilored in smart dobbv Solid Color BROADCLOTH Our biggest seller. In white and fast color shades ...............................yd. NU TONE PRINTS A grand selection of patterns. Sntall medium, and large prints Fast color ..........................vd. Buy A Dozen Men's Handkerchiefs Full size 17 "17" Soft cotton. Plain white ............................ ea. Famou.s Gentry Brand MEN’S PAjAMAS Of lustrous broadcloth, some trimmed with ravon satin. Fast $ color? ....................... Swiss ribbed undershirts of finest cotton. Fine count broadcloth shorts. They won't shi’ink to fit. 3 button yoke fronts. Lastex sides ^ Popular patterns ea. BOYS’ SPORT SLACKS ^1.9S *2.9S BOYS’ SLACK SOCKS Gay colors and smart patterns that boys prefer. ^ ff ^ Elastic tops pr. * Women’s and Growing Girls* SHOES • Perfect Fitting No\'elty Styles Sport Straps Huarache types, patent 1.49 5 « nil.'» 7ie PA|AMAS At rock bottom price. Popular styles, sr.lid colors, smart pat- tci’ns. Fast colors............................ wea\es 9Sc A good Bleached ed 39" Belle Isle MUSLIN practical weight. 36" Unbleach- 98c FAST COLOR PRINTS Saxony Dimity 15c Quality prints. 35" 36 in dainty fast color Men’s Knitted COTTON BRIEFS Popular underwear for Spring and summer. Closed or fly fronts. Double ^ ff ^ backs .............................. MEN'S UNIONS Spi’ing weight union suits of long staple cotton. Roomy sizes with durable buttons. AA#! Outstanding value w WORK CLOVES Palms, fingertips and thumbs of cowhide leather. Double thick canvas gauntlets .................... New leather (Ypen toe oxfords, crepe sole spoi’ts oxfords. Glo\e leather moccasin type with square boxed toe. Every one $ Smart! 1.98 Children’s Economy Priced SHOES A good quality at this low pric(\ Patent leather T-straps with double soles for dress. Smooth oxfords with com- positiriri OUtsr)lf's. 98c Nationally Famous TOWNCRAFTS Good looking oxfords, smartcft styles to chi)ose from, wing tips with all leather heels, straigiit tip AO rubber heels ........ -Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. MISSES’ TOPPER COATS • All Wool Suede Cloth! • Soft Rayon Fleece! • Smart Plaids and Tweeds! G’ and t-*npr>! B-’.\v and .?w = ”.g back?! Plea’ed. panel and .i*’.‘rhrd b; -k- P'l 34 ' and 36" lengths. Newest spring c-kej’s. Sr/r- 12 2(.i. wide ....... yd. Printed Batiste Fast color lingerie patterns on white and pa.?tel m ^^ backgrounds yd. • Hometown Broadcloth Famous lor wear and beauty! Fast m “ color! ..........................yd. A Printed Broadcloth Needle-n-Thread quality in new fast color m patterns ............. yd. A Printed Flaxon Beautiful niercerized print.?. ^ color. yd. * Printed Poplin Good-lcioking pat'cr^n? in ligld and dark ctd*’?. Vat rived! 35 36" wide ..................... vd 19c WOMEN’S STREET DRESSES # New Styles! # New Prints! # New Colors! Yr» i'l! want se\ cral of these delightful frocks for spring! They're .vouthiul and gay, and s;. beautifully made you’d never expect them to cost so little! Rich rayon crepes to suit vvvry age and taste. Size:? 14 to 52. 3rd And Ohio Sts. PENNE Y'S PENNEY COMPANY Sedalia, Mo. Incorporated

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