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WALKER'S HOMETOWN STORE OFFERING JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING AND THE KITCHEN SINK 1415 W. Brumfield, Princeton (812) 386-6365 Mon.-Fri.: 10-6 Sat.: 9-4, Sun.: 11-4 Berry's Produce & Country Market It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Unique One-Of-A-Kind Gifts Candles • Holiday Mats & Flags Wreaths • Ornaments • & More! Fresh Apples, Oranges, Turnips, Sweet Potatoes, Homemade Noodles Fresh Eggs & Honey See our Small Business Saturday Specials Floral Designs & More R uby's 7846 U.S. 41, Fort Branch 812-753-3459 Reg. Hours: Mon-Fri: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Sat: 9 a.m.–3 p.m. for our saturday Nov. 23 November 29 November 30 & Draw for discounts, refreshments and giveaways! Christy Dawson, Jeanna Reynolds, Ruby Wilkerson, Zella Frey, Keelyn Wilkerson & Corbin Wilkerson. pictured: hometown store 812-385-5757 1607 W BROADWAY, PRINCETON, IN Owned and Operated by Debra Walker HOURS: Monday thru Friday 10am to 6pm Saturday 10am to 5pm • Sunday 1pm to 5pm 100 Days Same As Cash 12 MONTHS NO INTEREST For qualified buyers. See associate for details. APPLIANCES, HOME FURNISHINGS & MORE! ELECTRONICS TELEVISIONS Sony and LG FURNITURE FOR THE ENTIRE HOUSE THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE LOCAL FOR THE HOLIDAYS BLACK FRIDAY PRICES ON APPLIANCES ALL MONTH LONG MAJOR BRANDS AVAILABLE: Maytag, Whirlpool, Frigidaire, LG and more. 205 N. Embree, Princeton • 812-386-7149 Like us on Facebook @TheGoldsmithJewelry Monday-Friday 9 a.m.- 5p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Goldsmith The Since 1991 104 N. Main St, Owensville 812-724-3501 or 1-800-440-4888 Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5:30pm • Saturday 9am-4pm BUY! SUPER BONUS RECLINER DEALS WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! LIMITED QUANTITIES POWER AND/OR CUSHION UPGRADES AVAILABLE ON ALL RECLINING STYLES $ 349 COLLAGE Rocking Recliner LIMITED TIME ONLY! Available in 6 colors! No Checks 714 MAIN STREET • PETERSBURG 812-789-3054 • Open Mon 10 a.m.-2 p.m. - Tues-Sat 10 a.m.-8 p.m. BathBombsPetersburg BathBombsPetersburg SAVE 20% STORE-WIDE Everything in the store is 20% off during Small Business Saturday. We will be closed all day Friday, Nov. 29 Small Business Saturday November 30 hopping WEEKS UNTIL CHRISTMAS 5 By Janice Barniak SG Star-Times Editor Walker's Hometown Store, in Princeton, is a restful place to shop—and not just because of the beds that line the wall, but because of the no-pressure fam- ily of owners who consider their philosophy to be the opposite of Black Friday. The family—Debbie, Tara, Der- rick, Isabella Walker—will have all their "Black Friday" specials out this week early, and will ex- tend them through the season. "We don't want people to stand outside at four in the morning," said Tara. This will be Walker's Home- town's first Black Friday since breaking away from a depart- ment-store parent company. The Walkers sell brand-name applianc- es, lifetime warranty tools, Ash- ley furniture, AT&T products and more. "We've got the whole gamut," said Debbie. "We always try to price match and delivery servic- es are available." For small children, they sell Me- lissa and Doug toys and furniture. Fathers and grandfathers will be interested in their lifetime war- ranty Case X X American-made knives, and sauces make good stocking stuffers. "I don't know anyone that wouldn't want a smoker," Derrick said. For older children and teens, they have gaming PCs, video game systems and virtual reali- ty games. For moms and grand- mas, they have recliners, massag- ers, high-end decor and applianc- es, big and small. When you buy from Walker's Hometown Store, the relation- ship doesn't end at the sale. If a customer has an issue, they can call the store for service. Where else can you find personal, local service like that? A family business is look- ing for repeat customers. Deb- bie said people locally probably don't know how much their busi- ness means to a store like theirs. She said if people want to see more, they can go to the Walk- er's Hometown Store Facebook page or to www.walkershome- "It's great to see people's eyes light up when they see the perfect gift," said Derrick. Debbie Walker demonstrates a top-of-the-line refrigerator with extra features by putting on The Temptations singing "My Girl" as a person might want to do while cooking in their kitchen. Debbie, Derrick and Tara Walker pose in the appliance aisle at Walker's Hometown Store. B-6 Shopping Wednesday, November 27, 2019 The Press-Dispatch The Press-Dispatch WITH

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