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Chicago Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 19, 1965, Chicago, Illinois Fage to the bulletin thursday August 19, 1965 the store where your Dollar buys More clip the coupons a Worth up to $50�� each reason we want to know How Many people read our ads. To find out we Are offering special savings on outstanding values. To make this accurate we must limit these savings to customers who bring coupons in. One week Only Don t worry about Cash. Well be glad to set up convenient terms. A valuable Coupon St Quot on the Purchase of a general electric toaster this Eoo Coupon Worth not Good after aug. 31, 1965 r pm Alu Abie Coupon. 5-pc. Dinette set table and 4 chairs this Coupon $000 Worth on the Purchase of a 4-pc. Bedroom set bed 4 drawer Chest Dresser and Mirror this Coupon $ Worth of valuable Coupon on the Purchase of a general electric steam amp dry Iron this Coupon Worth of Asi valuable Coupon a Ltd hmm Mumm it mov Vyvy it a Vav it it it on the Purchase of a deluxe Box Spring amp mattress combination this Coupon or too Worth i Wai Abie Coupon on the Purchase of a genuine Linda Star Saphire men s or ladies1 ring this Coupon Floo Worth $40 so on the Purchase of a 2-pc. Kroehler living room set sofa and chair French provincial this Coupon $ of Worth St valuable Coupon on the Purchase of a 9x12 Armstrong linoleum this Coupon $c00 Worth use Robert s Friendly credit plan jewelry and Home furnishings 6317 cottage Grove ave. By 3-5800 free parking across from the Tivoli theater building Lovely enlistees two area girls Are among Many chicagoan who have recently enlisted in the woman a army corps the . Army recruiting station 6905 hoisted announced this week. They Are Veronica Barnes 29, of 5747 la Salle and Shirley Freedman 19, of 6144 Stewart. Both Are graduates of Englewood High school. Miss Barnes enlisted in the corps for training in administration and miss Freedman enlisted for training in the medical care Field. Both Are presently attending Basic training at it. Mcclellan Alabama. Grand opening of cd shoe store in Englewood today with the grand opening of in. D. Shoes aug. 19, at 6426 Halsted an innovation in shoe i retailing will be introduced to bring Quality shoes to the people at big savings. In order to keep prices Down and effect big savings q. D. Shoes eliminated All expensive construction in the Bright new store. Everything has been designed for maximum efficiency and convenience for customers merchandise will be displayed on open Racks for easy self i selection. Customers will be free to browse through the store and take As much time As they need. The shoe customer will have a Complete new experience in shopping for popular priced footwear for every member of j the family. The specially designed display Racks will hold casual shoes for teens and women As swell As High Heel dress shoes dress Flats and sport shoes. Sturdy Long wearing children a j shoes famous for perfect fit will be featured for toddlers to i teens. There will be shoes for boys of All Ages. The menus depart ment will have a Large selection of loafers and oxfords As Well As work shoes for the outdoor Man or the Man who requires i rugged footwear for his Job. There will be sneakers rubber footwear and slippers for the family. Trade names of footwear on the Racks will include Flat Terette charmers. Italians for women and teens also for boys and girls Jack and Jill sturdy steppers storyline and pretty miss. Famous menus brands will include the Diplomat College Squire. There will be no irregulars or seconds. The q. D. Management promises an expert mending repairing amp alterations Rhodes cleaners 514 e. 79th St. Between Rhodes amp Eberhart absolute Money Back guarantee on All purchases. Q. D. Shoes will be open until 9 . On monday thursday and Friday and on sundays from 12 . To 5 . The store manager Robert Dower said customers will have the Benefit of the volume buying for the 139 q. D. Units. The Bell peals county clerk Edward j. Barrett recently issued marriage licenses to the following couples. William e. Willis 459 w. 81st St., and Barbara Williams 8130 Calumet. Joe l. Lumpkin 414 w. 79th St., and Curley m. Brownlow 6217 Calumet. Othaniel Banks 714 e. 77th St., and Delorose Stanton. Warren Ray Grigsby 7449 Prairie and Kimberly d. Brown. Harry Levi and Kathryn Mcgee 8125 Calumet. Henry Terry 7520 Eggleston and Doris Johnson 7520 Eggleston. Alfred Everett and Margaret Gowder 1508 e. 67th pm. Isaac l. Shavers and Jacqueline Marie Logan 9119 Stewart. James Robinson 910 w. 71st St., and Delores Carey 6725 Loomis. Charles Edward Johnson and Quillie Tena Roberts 1329 w. 71st pm. James l. Nicholson and Doris Syas 6400 Normal. Nathaniel Edwards 7230 Peoria and Mary Elizabeth settles 825 w. 71st St. Reginald e. Dukes 6748 Union and to san 0. Frizell 7018 South Park. William Russell 19, 7034 South Chicago and Yvonne Thompson 19, 7034 South Chicago. Allan c. Shepherd 22, 6808 Normal and Shirley Branch 19, 5744 Perry. Barnes Savage 25, 5130 Kenwood and Nancy k. Howard 29, 6717 Clyde. Thomas Williams 19, 9137 cottage Grove and Eileen p. Freeney 18, 6646 Kenwood. Joseph Norris 19, 413 w. 66 St., and Clearetha Lloyd 19, 6144 Wallace. Charles e. Jones 24, 6050 Lasalle and Paula Adams 7439 Evans. Davis Lee Clifton 22, 6237 Green and Mari Thorne 29, 602 e. Oakwood. Oscar Peight 24, 6601 cottage Grove and Lillian Peyton 36, 6601 cottage Grove. Final clearance of whole House air conditioning prices drastically reduced buy now pay no Money til next Spring up to 5 years to pay we handle All nationally rated and accepted brands. Call now for free estimates a 3-1300 or 5-1563 a fun 9-0785 Racine heating and air conditioning 8030 s. Racine j

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