Articles from The Oberlin News Tribune, 1935


Dry Goods Store and 5c to $1.00 Store Are Popular

The store of BeVier’s Inc., located in a handsome home on South Main street, has won for itself a sound support among the people of Oberlin and vicinity. The store, ably managed by Mark Webber, carries a large line of dry goods, notions and similar items of particular interest to women. The BeVier organization owns several stores in this section of the state and the Oberlin store is one of the best of these.

In addition to the large dry goods store on South Main street, the organization also conducts a modern B & W, 5c to $1.00 store on North Main street. This latter store is in charge of Tom Webber, a son of Mack Webber. Both the managers here are good merchants and have the respect of the community in the operation of their business.

Friday, March 29, 1935
The Oberlin News-Tribune, Oberlin, Ohio