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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

FOUR HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD SURVEY REVEALS DUST STORMS Doctors Say Sand Injurious To Health DAMAGE HOMES IN PANHANLE FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935; linery lines, beauty parlor opera- May we hope to see you often tors all over the Southwest have during this series of meetings, watched his developments close- J.N. K nt, Pastor, ly and many have followed suit. ! ■ Approximately Housewives of the Panhandle •ay that dust causes a great amount of damage in their homes according to a survey made by Hurley A. Daniel, acting director of the experiment station, Good- well, Oklahoma. Recently 53 homemakers of Gocdwell and Guymon, Okla., were Interviewed to find the es- timated cost of damage from dust blowing Into their homes. Accord- ing to these housewives, the av- erage estimated cost of keeping Beauticians Will Pick Cinderella At Shop Display major man- ufacturing companies handling nationally advertised products i will have representatives here to ! assist Russell Morrison In staging | the sho...

Publication Title: Hutchinson County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935 k HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Parent'Teacher Group j Yields Wheat i Given Varied Program ° 1 P PAGE FIVE "Subjects and courses iu school Fhould be broad enough to in- clude citizenship," Attorney Hen- ry I). Meyerjs lojd members of the Weatherly P.-T. A. at a meeting yesterday afternoon. He talked on "Training for Citizenship." "There is a broad distinction between being a good citizen and n uaoful and intelligent citizen. It Is necessary that our,citizeus be Informed of the work*'of our gov- ernment. Citizenship is just as much, if not more, important than other school subjects'" Meyers said. Texas T<5 Observe Child Health Day AUSTIN. April 11. -"Texas will unite with other states through- out this country on May I, in the celebration uf Child Health Day," stated Dr. John VV. Brown, state health officer. The flags Mown from govern- ment buildings the other 364 days in the year all symbolize some "Happy lAving" wj.s the title of activity of or in behalf of gro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

mi: ' ; ■jgy. v j wmmfSfi?, : v"';.) HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALt) FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935. m. ■ £ * x S3 T^'V;;pt 1/WwVJ/^Q POTATOES RAISINS Idaho Russetts Seedless 10 Lbs. 2 Lb. Pkg. 10c 17c FOOD An STORE BORGER vSii % V FREE GROCERY BASKETS A $3.00 Basket of groceries will be given to the person living farthest distance away from Borger who makes purchases during this sale. Register your distance at the store. A FREE BASKET OF GROCERIES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AT 4 P. M. SATURDAY. EVERYONE HAS A CHANCE '"•V Fancy Yellow r ruxl cfjsa rafts Peaches, Pears, Blackberries, 5 Solid Pack, Gal. PRUNES 20 FREE TRIPS TO EUROPE 1,000 Other Prizes 3 BARS 14c Continued Thru Monday iijiiii:!, II OLEOMARGARINE Golden Crust Found 16c I II W1 To show our appreciation of the fine response the public has given cur 1st ANNIVERSARY SALE we have decided to con- tinue it through Monday at which time it will close at 7 p. m. Mrtny farmers and citizens are buying groceries in bulk quantities during this sale to ta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

FRIDAY, 'APRIL 12, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PRE-EASTER PRICE SLASHING EVENT AT ECONOMY STORE'S 5TH ANNIV ERSARY SALE - NOW ON! iVVi.'W Sir. e#x*- gtf -v«. r^L^.v•■<.. -ft. it v f T ' • * -* ';*••••' - Son 0 PAGE SEVEN ■ > I HMHBBRE3 ■ . SE ■ ? gnsjeasa Ml TREAT" Get Ready For Easter Easter DRESS SALE # ACETATE SILK SPORT We want you to help us celebrate our 5th Birthday in Borger. We have had 5 successful years here and we take this opportunity to thank you. Our entire slock of Spring merchandise has beers drastically reduced. SAVE Now on Your Easter Needs ■rami ■ mil « wiiiiiim iim ■ m whim mm awMgaweK 1' :i iimw — LOOK! One Lot, broken sizes. Values to $3.95 Easier Footwear Never before have v/e had so many beautiful Shoes to show the la- dies. High heels, low heels, covered and leather hee's. Straps, Pumps, ? ies, Sandals. See this ^ ^ m. la rge selection be- k fore you buy. ACETATE SILK SPORT FROCKS, $3.95 values. Anrvve. sa;\ Sale Pric i wr- As. £ & BOYS SIS STU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

'"#$$$$'""' HUTCHINSON COUNTY H5RALD ? ' FRIDAY, APTRIL 12, !&*&• DENERS . 14 Wm ;■ ;s5: ' Tlie arrival of Spring llmls (iirl Stouts busy in their gardens. This year many of tliem will take part in National Garden Week, April 14-20, joining with tlie. General Federation of Women's Clubs in helping to beautify their communities. WEST WARD HONOR ROLL Thelma Ruth Thomas, Charleu Berger, Billy Horn, Jack Keeth, Virginia Briggs, Betty June Jes- tes, Dorothy Wendenburg, Norma Harrelson, Jimmie Jean Dodd, Bernlee Allan, Joy Dodge. Fifth tirade Fannie Adkisson, Maynie John Dtinaway, Marynell Hunter, Bet- ty Jane Killion, Thelnia Tucker, Joan Wheeler, Bessie Marie Whitehead, Haskell Davis, Ray- j raond Mays, George Miller, Ray Moore, Henry Ray, Layle Minear. ' Merlene Adams, Verna Mae 'Jefferson, Shirley McNallis, Alice , Odell, Letu Sells, George Brain, L. D. Cole, Marvin Dodson, Eman- uel Kibler, Jack Robertson, Maxine Cherry, Gladys Ed- wards. Elsa Gray, Patsy Jane Has- seltleld, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

.r: WfTP'rZ''\P" ; FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1935. — HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD mm PAGE J > AISMAN' "Popular Prices" Pre-Easter mmm mmmmm :7M /m?m m Mw* ft>A km , V"'\"%HI iill ANKLETS! CLEAN-UP Values to 25c 12c pair Av/'/w.vsw WmJ m - | ilhiX-^ vXv<v , vm?aw0k 4, ,, *■ W\f g?## a*"*# One Rack SILK DRESSES Value to S6.95 SI. 00 each ^a';; .•? pr l?M • - :-z £& 4" ' '' " " •: A iv.Ay <■■'■■ SILKS!! Solids, Prints Value to 98c yard 3 yds. SI. 00 <•/ «w//-v':'/.-x<'>. ■■■ :>■: * ' ?/ < ' M*mwm v:'.:<•>••. iVS REMNANTS 50% OFF ■Zf#P: pl^l?" mmS mfim i&Jr s4-.<-M' jV t Pf fiiVVV45, '.. V '' v'V WASH DRESSES Pepperel — Prints SI.00 All Sizes ftsB?? ,.</*•: /;•;< 0/ to OFF On All Kiddies Shoes Shop :v- r. i c SILK B HESS SALE Juy one Dress ai lii Hp ^0 B\ regular price and get another one tor one cent. Cnly one Rack at this price. Very la- test styles for Eas- ter. Our regular price is— $4.95 But during this sale you can buy two for the price of one...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

■'*?• . ; r««;- $^.T! si: THURSDAY, APRIL 11,1935. HUTGHINSON COUNTY HERALD —— « - After a hot dusty afternoon you can refresh your* self with a visit to the White; Owl Tavern, one block south of the railway viaduct on the East side of Highway No. 117, where yoOr favorite drinks are served. You can enjoy a tasty sandwich in an atmosphere d( fineness in a crowd thai is gay and full of life We invite you to visit us at your earliest, conven- Open day and night icnce J* K& mm: ■ wmmf i RHBI ¥ CHE*,. int £k 1 OPEN NIGHT AND DAY ■ ■■■ 4 NEW COLBERT COMEDY from Horger on business Mon- Among those from the nofth day, plains who wi re attending to hus-J M. K. Ele, l.. E. (tuatafen and I — ... iness at the courthouse Pridaj daughter, Mary Ann. of Burger I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cochran • were J. C. Campbell and Dan were among those who were si "U | i:f Borger wmv in Stinnet Mon- Jackson from Holt. Dan Terry, about the courthouse Monday. | day. Mr. and Mrs. Major Lackey and E. K. Hester from...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

FRIDAY, APHIL 12, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN 1 YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN8UYING, SELLING, AND EXCHANGE. HY CHANCE agaw j _l.l 111111111111111111111111111111111II1111111111111111111II111111111111111111111111111111111111111111M11111111M111111! i 1111111111111111111111111111 _ WITH AN INFERIOR BATTERY WHEN YOU CAN GET A GENUINE WILLARD 9155 ) v NOW FOR THEATRE . PASSES.. © The Hutchinson County Herald will give a way § eight theatre passes each week to four persons whose § names will appear in a paragraph on this page. § Read this page carefully, eight passes have been = awarded this week. You might have been lucky enough = to receive two free passes. = inn iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii illinium in in in i ii mi in uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniT "COR unusual service and satisfaction — at low cost you can't beat the new Wiiiards. See them before you buy— P knov/ why more people buy Willard than any other make. WALTERS ELECTRIC SERVICE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 12 April 1935

TREE TEA ORANGE PEKOE, GREEN JAPAN OR GUNPOWDER 1/4 POIND PACKAGE 15c PALMOUVE 3 BARS SUPER SUDS REG. PKG. CRYSTAL white REG. SIZE BAR 14c 9c 35c FLOUR GOLD MEDAL 10 > >,. BaB 49c GOLD MEDAL 24 ^ Bag 99c MAYONNAISE 1,000 ISLAND OR RELISH BEST FOODS 8-oz.Jar 15c salad dressing HOME STYLE OTf* Best Feeds, Qt.._ # « THE NEW nucoa Per Pound 21c I M 1 i lO OD STORES I tower prices 1 It Pays To t FURR FOOD STORE ' . iCil mmm '.:y ms®i Nationally Known Foois at Reasonable Prices. © 9 RIPE OLIVES PIMENTOS CATSUP SAUCES TOMATO SAUCE GRAPE JUICE Curtis Pint Tin 7 OZ. CAN OLD MAMMY 2 Large Bottles Lea & Perrin's A-l BOTTLE LIBBY'S CAN CHURCH'S Pint Bottle 19c 11c 25c 29c 5c 16c SNOWDRIFT 3 lb. can 53c JUICE, LIBBY'S 2 NO. 2 CANS Heart's Delight, Halves or Sliced 2 NO. 2/z CANS STANDARD 2 NO. 2 CANS PINEAPPLE PEACHES m rn tomatoes Gingham Girl, red ripe Calif. asparagus cut green beans spinach pack, 3 tall No. 1 cans Heart's Delight, All green. Picnic, Can Medina, _ 3 No. 2 Cans MEDIN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

We Get Results! Official Newspaper Of Hutchinson County m L. K—NO. 22. BORGER-STINNETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRllTlCi935. I0UCS PLAN TO OPEN PARISH HOUSE APRIL 22 LADIES' ALTAR SOCIETY ARRANGES DAY'S PROGRAM JTae r DINNER SERVED BRIDGE PARTY WILL FEATURE NIGHT ACTIVITIES Formal opening of the new par- ish house for St. John's Catholic church will be held on Monday, April 22. Arrangements for the day have been made by the Altar Society under the direction of Mrs. A. L. Schmitz, president. Members of the church will conduct visitors thru the parish house from 5:80 in tlie afternoon fiitil 8 o'clock. Dinner will be rved by the Altar Society from 5:30 until 7:30. Plates will be 25 cents for children, and 50 cents for adults. The dinner menu as announced by Mrs. Schmitz consists of to- mato juice cocktail, baked chick- en with dressing and giblet gravy or ham, new potatoes, fresh string beans, spiced beets, celery, rad- ishes and green onions, coffee, rolls, doughnuts, ice cream and wafers. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

gRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD Published Every Friday Established April 29, 1926 LLOYD S- McCAN.N, Editor and Publisher Entered aa second class matter January 7, 1927, at the Postoffice at Stinnett, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. ___ Subscription Rates One Year $1.50 Six Months ; 80c Circulation guaranteed 4,300 copies per week. Advertising Rates 35c per Col. Inch. PHONE NO. 166 The Hutchnson County Herald is published as a CQunty-wide paper, dedicated to the best interests of Hutchinson County as a whole, and supported by the Merchants of Borger, Stinnett and Whitenburg. DUE OUR SCHOOLS (EDITORIAL) As badly as our schools need money, it seems un- fortunate that a levy must be made to collect from one of the largest and most prominent business firms in Borger. School authorities have levied $7,000 delinquent taxes against personal property of the Panhandle Power and Light Company. There is the matter of old unpaid schools warrants held by the Panhandle Powe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

■ i# friday, april 19, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD page thkct; Borger Awarded Third In Pampa % en fourth placc. ' Burger's presentation of "The Blue Tea Pot'' by Gene Lee La- tham advanced to the finals over Perryton, Leila Lake and Mo- ^'MfQIYIQ rnnfflclc beetle, winning three first places. 7 mJL (llllU vUHICoIl "The Blue Tea Pot" was char- acterized by judges as the only 'TH'*" HI (ITEAPOT" drama among the eight ^ iq'CHEERFUL" PLAY ■ entered in the contest. The re- jjnaining seven pertained to death and morbid themes. "The Blue Tea Pot." presented by Borger high school students, was awarded third place at the one-act play tournament for l)is trict 2 of the lnterscholastic league held Saturday at Pampa. The five judges unanimously gave Pampa first place fi r the play, "The Visitor," Panhandle won second place with the play, "Sky Fodder." Perryton was giv- The Borger play required 15 minutes to present. It was the longest drama presented in the tournament and was almost too long ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

mam YOUR GUIDE TO ECONOMY. THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD WANT ADS WILL DIRECT YOU IN BUYING, SELLING, AND EXCHAN GE. i it'll W 5-! V CHANCE tm llltllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiillilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli _ WITH AN INFERIOR E A T T e R Y WHEN YOU A GENUINE NOW I OR THEATRE .. P ASSES.. The Hutchinson County Herald will Rive away eight theatre passes each week to four persons whose names will appear in a paragraph on this page. Read this page carefully, eight passes have been awarded this week. You might have bo- n lucky enough to receive two free passes. ~>miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiim iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimm T^GR unusual service and satisfaction at tow co t you can't beat the new Vviilards. Sea them before you buy — Icncw why more pccple buy Willard than at.v oilier make. WALTERS ELECTRIC SERVICE We Repair Anything Electrical...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1935. . J , HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD AT THE RIG SUNDAY FICTION'S MOST BELOVED CHARACTERS IN A WONDROUS PHOTOPLAY 9 mm Some of the principals in "David Copperfield." Center, W. C. Fields and Freddie Bartholomt upper left, Edna May Oliver; lower left, Roland Young; right, Frank Lawton and Maureen O'Salliv. National Honor Organization Is Installed Here 21 BORGER STUDENTS INITIATED BY SOCIETY I The indictment, was: Whether or not the defedants are worthy of becoming members of the Chapter of the National Honor Society. Witnesses for the defense testi- fied for Scholarship, Service. Character and Leadership, the lour principles on which selection > for the honor group is based. Borger students who were ad- dent; Dav'id Johnston, vice presi- dent; and Anna Louise Clayton, secretary. Preceding the installation ser- vice Friday night, the visitors from Pampa were served lunch at the home economics depart- ment by students directed by Miss Kdith KraJ, teacher. Sponsors a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD REASON OUT WHAT IS BEST R THE STUDENTS OF HUTCH-I INSON COUNTY What art' the boundaries of the Phillips Independent School District? Mow many hiph school students in this district live in cam ns and hjmes west of highway 117? What is the.total assessed valuation for taxes in this school district? What are the total taxes assessed? What are the total" taxes collected? in 1933, in 1934? What is the assessed valuation of the Phillips Pe- troleum company and companies owned by Phillips in this school district? What taxes did Phillips companies pay in 1933? in 1934? How marty high school students in this district that will attend the new high school? How many Phillips students attended Borger hig'* school this year? What did the Phillips School District pay the Burger School District for tuition on Phillips students? in 1932? $ in 1933? $ in 1934? S What will the payroll at the new high school equal in dollars ard cents? How many teachers ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1935 HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD BORGER SENIORS WILL PRESENT "NEW FIRES" AS SPRING DRAMA Comedy Of Modern American Life Promises Much Entertainment; Curtain Rises At 8 Tonight AYIi^k romises to he the most nnuf HK mmencement program ever* ihM(I in Borger is beinK ar- ratiRPd by the senior elass under the direction of tlifiir sponsors, Miss H. Angie Boyle ana Miss Ola Kskelson. The program is to he a com- bination of student speakers and a pageant commemorating the Tercentenary of the establishment of high schools in the United States. Miss Boyle pointed out that President Roosevelt has ask- ed high schools to observe the Tercentenary with special pro- grams. The commencement program will ho an all-school affair, the xponsors stated. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors will all participate, members of the se- nior class are writing parts for the pageant. Speakers will he chosen from the senior class. Vela Holmes and Hlla Renlck have already been chosen speak- ers by their...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

PASTORS LAY PLANS FOR EASTER SUNDAY RESURRECTION THEME TOPIC OF MUSIC, SERMONS White Easter lilies and green- ery will decorate church altars Sunday morning, and joyous an- thems will ring out as Borgans at- tend special Easter services at the ■various churches. An Easter caiilata will be pre- sented from 10:45 to 11:15 at the First Baptist church. The choir, directed by T. D. Dean, will consist of 30 voices. Miss Betty Dunlap is pianist. The musical program will be followed by an evangelistic ser- mon by Rev. J. N. Hunt of Dal- las, who is conducting a revival here. - Easrter anthems by the choir will be featiured at both morn- ing and evening services at the First Methodist church. At the morning program, a piano and violin prelude by Mrs. S. D. Mc- Gee and V. R. Cook will be given at 10:50 a. m. Cook will give a violin solo, and Miss Edith Krai will sing "The Holy City." In the evening. "Ring Sweet Bells of Heaven" will be given by the choir; Holland Clem. Mau- rice Patchin and M...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

nmim FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1935. HUTCHINSON COUNTY HSRALD PAGE NINE P<: m- ■ •■■■ • ••■• Why Borger s Discriminating I /adies i 9 Prefer Our Quality Beauty Craft The more discriminating ladies of Borger prefer the beauty craft of Ruth's Beauty Shop, because they realize that BEAUTY is brought out most effectively by skilled operators, who use quality beauty aids and the very best equipment. True beauty needs the protection of proper care. The hands, the hair and the skin all mu-i receive regular . . . and expert . . . attention. A 1;< <■ number of Bor ger's particular ladies have solved tl ir problems of per- sonal grooming by regular appoii Iments at RUT 11'> BEAUTY SHOP. ' PHONE 4:55 right now and mak< arrangements for your own beauty needs. Phone 435 Ruth's College Of Beauty $25.00 Free To First 10 Girls Enrolling Wj0 -'jtrjrjFA COLLEGE UNDER SUPERVISION OF MRS. BLANCH RYLAND OF CHICAGO BEAUTY COLLEGE OPENING IN B0R8E8 A complete beauty course will be given including p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

' i ... / 1 I-"- • ". ■'.• ■'! *- h v kr:<- • ' jgpf™ HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERALD 4 , ■ ' ^ - FRIDAY, APjxIL 19, 1935. rr^^^r^wf- .v.- .^tfn To The Bare WaUs, Stock, Fi OPENS FRIDAY, Due to ill health I am sacrificing my en- tire stock of high grade merchandise. $20,000.00 worth of nationally advertised merchandise J cost. We appreciate the nice business you have given us in the past. lnclv Waisman's THEY ARE CLOSING OUT Li Whites, Blacks, Pumps. Ties, Straps. Values to $3.95. AH widths, all sizes, new styles. Get your white shoes here at cost. REMNANTS 50% OFF WAISMAN'S CLEAN HOUSE SELLING OUT .TO THE BARE WALLS Ladies' Outing Flannel Pajamas 49c Our Regular $1.0G and $1.25 V alues COTTON BATTING 39 c Mountain Mist 1- 2 and 2'? Pound Sizes Suy Your Easter Togs at Close-Out Prices! LADIES' SHOES $1.00 Values to $3.95 Enna Jettick Shoes For Women Reg. $6.00 Values Enna jettick Shoes For Women $3.29 Reg. $5.00 Values IMW ——B5—— LADIES' COATS $5.00 Values to $29.50, Choice of any coat ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hutchinson County Herald — 19 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1935. hutchinson county herald £age eleven LOSING OUT! [Fixtures, Leaving Town June 1 n APRIL 19,9 A We are attempting to quote you many of the prices in this circular, but we have plenty that we do not have space to print so if you will only come and see you will be astonished at the many drastic reduc- tions. |G OUT Notions fc [•eads, Etc. lotions lc , rads, Etc. CLOSING OUT Solid Color _ BROADCLOTHS lie Reg. 15c value. All colors. CLOSING OUT VANNETTE HOSE Reg. $1.39 value. Three thread pure silk ring- less. w Reg. $1.00 Value. CLOSING OUT VANETTE AND HOLEPROOF HOSE , 51c , Reg. 79c value. CLOSING OUT MALLORY HATS CLOSING OUT MALLORY HATS $3.49 I $2.89 Reg. $5.00 Value. Hj Reg- $3.95 Value. CLOSING OUT MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 79c Regular $1.00 Values 0 Stock of Clean rade Merchandise Be Sold At Once M : i;if $25.00 Worth of rr.-erchandise. To the first 50 people entering our store Friday morning at 9:00 A. M. will be handed an en- velope calling for certain items thr...

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