The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 26, 1934 · Page 3
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 3

Paris, Texas
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Thursday, July 26, 1934
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THUMDAY, JULY M, 1*34 BPWClubto FAK1S NEWS PACK Committees for tie annual conference of District S of the Bus- incsc and Professional Women's clubs which meets here Septem- toer-S-9, were nailed by Miss Mary McMillan. gea?ral ._ conference chairman at the Paris" dab's fort- nisphtly meeting: Tuesday at Brook Hollow on Lamar road. In Addition, hostesses were named for each of the viaitins clubs, these beins. for Corsicana. Martha UeLay; Henderson. Rodgers Coleman; Kiisore. Miss I-ucie Osborn; Marshall. Mrs, Era. Hunter; Tyler, Miss Helen •&ruirttnon<£; I>isirict 2. Miss Ver- litida Tares: state board member*, itlss Miriam Coleman. " Terstative_j>ians for the conference' include a. dinner on Saturday evening. September S; breakfast and business session at the I*aris Golf club Sunday mornins and a. birthday luncheon honor- ins I>r. Minnie L.. Maffitt of Dallas, first president of the state federation- Announcement was made that Mrs- Era. Hunter has been appointed state public relations chairman. In the customary contest ar- by Mrs. Q,. TV. Robinson, Mary McMillan won the prize and in a. peanut sale contest lor benefit of ihe club. Miss Lacis Osborn was winner. Mrs. Rose McMurray ivas a suest for ifae evening and two new members. Miss Mamie Lee ,Kpi>erson and Miss I>or^tby Coic- mao were preseut. : Next meeting of the club on Tuesday. August ? will be a cora- plimeatary dinner at the Sanitarium of Paris. -A*iih the hea-ltb committee in charge of the j»ro- Sfam. • Plans wrere made for a benefit treasure hunt Tiest Tuesday even- ins at S o'clock, patrons to .meei at Mrs. Hunter's shop at S p. m. Get* More Troop* For Strike Crisis Fearful that San Francisco police would not be able to maintain order in the city's general strike. Mayor Angeio Rossi (above) obtained additional national guardsmen to protect the troubled area. (Associated Press Photo) TO ORGANIZE PTA FOR OUYE SCHOOL OLIVE.—Plans arc made to organize a Parent-Teacher association for the school here Thursday nig:hi. All patrons of the school and others are invited to attend. Brick Strikes Cooper "Workman On Head COOPEIt- — W_ K. Jeter suffered a painful injury to his bead Monday morning while TvaUins up a. Mrell, A brick fell from tne top of Xhe Trell striking him fnll on the back of the nead and inflicting a palitful cut. He was brought to th» Cooper clinic an3 hospital and n treatroent. If you want efficiency and' courteous service in your new combined! of Bee of Assessor and | Collector of Taxes, go! to the polls Saturday! and vote for Dorothy! Latimer- I VOTE FOR -7. A. JOHNSON Justice of the Peace (Political Adv.) Gill & Johnson Hsmdlhiff HOLC Title Work An unusual!? targe amount of title worfc has been done during the past £€•«,• weeks "by Gill and Johnson, local abstract office, tor those -who are seeking: loans from the Home O'.vners Loan Corporation. "'Our office 'has been handiitij title work for a large number of Paris home owners, and *we are nssiklns: every effort to render these people a speedy service, enabling: :he:n to set their loans road* In a rnjninicm of time, wkh a j0"w cost for ihe title %vork." said Roy Johnson, iranaser. ~VFe keep on feand at a.U times tb** official application blanks arid •wo yc-ill b<a sriaS to help applicants fin tlie raoat correctly {Political AH loarss are being: handled through, the office of Judge K. I*. r-Syers. -svho is local attorney for th* Kome Owners Loan Corporation, it tvas stated, — I'Adv.) HE BEST 4T POPULAR PRICES FINAL ALL SUMMER SHOES MUST GO! Big Assortment SUMMER SHOES A bik cut^tandins: »rou;.> surnm*r shoes of all ty Black*. b*i5». -svhit<j .... . sis«-» In pump:?, ties and ?r yc of thr season, Value* to $3.50 Sandal*. A big grroup t>f "worrs&Ti'fv a.n\J rnt sardais. Odd !ot« and brokers t. K'-'cry COMPLETE CLOSEOUT TVMte Shoe*. Th>* tottf Krv»u|> at JI.43 in- clad«ra all tj - p«s and styles of white who**, prieed to clo*o- oat in a. hurry. Tumps. rl«s and straps. Nut u u J-uU: : no, tjt t !i« ftoo**: «s priced more than SI. S9. Here's truly the* you've he^n NvaJtinfr tcr, Coino. tak«> your t-Ju>iee ft o»r bt^st $l\^S and ?S,:»,> shoes. 1 Further Slashing Reductions On Prices Already Absurdly Low, Brings "Unheard Of" Bargains For This Week-End At HUNT'S Gigantic Price Slashing Mid* Summer Clearance! We are dashing prices again for Friday and Saturday! This means that you'll save *jgain and again, by frjlcmg advantage of these relic- tions. We meant just whal we said m the beginning, ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE MUST GO REGARDLESS OF COST, , and w-r-e making prices that will move it. Don't delav, come and get your share of these bargains now featured for the last few davs of our GigantU MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE! * Final Reductions Friday and Saturday to Clean-up All Remaining Stocks of Ladies' Summer Dresses A Sensational Group Combining Three Big Clearance Groups With Values to $16.45 In this outstanding group is all re- miming stock of "the 13*7 beautiful silk dresses advertised last week at 52.99. and were formerlv* priced as hi^h as SI6.45. You 1 !! also find all of the pretty summer sheer dresses u-hich were -offered at S2.29, and veie former $5.95 sellers. Don't miss this sensational clean-up of summer dresses. Here vou'll find, styles for every conceivable occasion in beautiful silk creue T wash silk, and summer sheers for sports, street, afternoon and- evening wear. This is the final price slash and includes dresses suilatie for wear right now ano. early talL "Perfect Maid 77 Regular $1.95 Regular $1,95 White Pique WASH FROCKS Otir smart line of Perfect Mai«3 -cvash Creeks are rut. too. BeaxitifuL very new. voiles, orcandie^ and prints. The ideal. p^tfecl fittir.g: house dress in just the s"*!** you like. These smart si. 95 u-hite pique •wash frocks have been reduced again and a^ain for clearance, but this is ihe last call. Gft vours NOW! 89c Clearance All Wool BATHING SUITS Regular $2.95 to 34.95 Bathing Suits. All this season's styles. Plenty of time for use yet, or it v,iil pay you to buv ihern no\v for next summer. 89c Two Groups Smart Imported Linen Suits A New Lot Eouebt at * Ck>»e-Out Price— Just Added— 25 of the Newest Styles Regular $6-95 Values Regular SQ.99 O $10.95 Values . . T^o b?£ Croups of hicb £KV*e. imported Sinen <ui'$. Colors o* navy, b:M~ : ., brov n, '.vhite and combinations. Here T $ your chsnoe for a srn:m late surrrner outfit. Sensational Clearance- Summer Fabrics Finest Guaranteed SUMMER GOODS ed fal-rjcs from finesl r>. t-irtlc *iot*, ptai-Js and f'ora! prints, of course. :ARDS 49 COTTON LACES TO St.29 lac^s. Beautiful ne\v pai s at »i ^lose-out price. • ve of colors ........ Finest Swiss ORGANDIES Pretty patterns 5n prints, dots and stripes. Worth -?9c per yard. Fine quality. YARDS 49 4O Inch Curtails MARQUISETTE C'~v3 ii^rvlt:y, 4«> 'r-.*h cur:air. r;iarquisette r-.loi.rt'i. ^•.^.;ue at this Ic'w price. YARDS 49 PURE LINENS P!.!ifi .^nd prints. Values to 98c. AH VOILES AND DBVUTIES f ? re*'v printed patterns . . yard wide. . • ;ua r .-nteed tast colors. Real t°c val- t'ARDS 49 Visit Our Remodeled CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT —ON THE MEZZANINE FLOOR \Ve have just completed remodeling, palnt.n^ and x -nnlatinc our Children's Department to make it a> ccniicriarle and convenient as porslble for our customers. Here vou n:av come and shop in comfort .. and incM-'malH- find some of the GREATEST VALUES vou ever sa^ : . SPECIAL CLEAN-UP CHILDREN'S ORGANDY DRESSES Dainty, plain paste! >hade5, Si^es 5 10 6. PRETTH:- ASSORTMENT CHILDREN'S SHEER DRESSES 49 C and 59 C a rre*! 1 ." ^ssonment of cs: s ? '>:c!S. Sires" ~ to 14. Regular St. 00 CHILOREN'S PRATED DAYTIME PAJAMAS EXTRA SPECIAL PURCHASE \"SL * TT ^*v ^* "il^* "t^lC? t'i»i r ^ii for hot sumrnrr an=. ear*^" fa"" Tlayirs^. 49 SUITS Not Less Than Regular 59c Values Sizes -I and 5 only. U^usuai- iy pretty broadcloth and str-.- ene su:xs. Guaranteed fasi colors. Kca"; values. BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS S"hcrt sl*«v*»at, turrs-^-i do*.vn collars, Jincy oro--»'1clcth. Sis*s 12 te» ! f '•» s?c values BIG GROUP MEN'S AND BOYS WASH PANTS d shrunk, Men's* and boys' summer w-as«h cwtnts. Nub patterns in irr«y or tan. so^raucker and stfort Boys' stse* 6 to 16 V Men's *S to 46, $1.39 «,nd $1,49 THE BEST AT POPULAR PRICE Baby Parasols Hade of Dright, floral patterns.. Boys' Skull Caps MaJe of felt, with v:sor . .

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