The News Journal from Wilmington, Delaware on January 31, 1939 · Page 13
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The News Journal from Wilmington, Delaware · Page 13

Wilmington, Delaware
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Tuesday, January 31, 1939
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r Journal-Evcry Evening, Wilmington, .Delaware, .Tuesday, January. .31, 1939 Thirteen Battery A Gets Guard Honors Jlen Will Be Gnosis Of Col. George J. Scliulz Al Dinner Monday Evening Battery A, 198th Coast Artillery, A. A, Delaware National Guard, winners in the recent regimental commander's training inspection, will be entertained by Col. George J. Schulz, commander, at dinner at 7:45 Monday night in McConnelTs Restaurant. Approximately 60 men. headed by Capt. John B. Moore, will attend. The battery is being given the dinner in accordance with Colonel Schulz's annual custom of rewarding the winning battery in the com petitive inspection. Brig. Gen. Weller E. Stover, the adjutant general, will present members of the battery with the red shoulder decorations. They will wear the decorations unt'l the next annual inspection. Ranking Guests Guests at the dinner will include General Stover, Lieut.-Col. S. B. Irwin Duncan, regimental executive officer; Lieut.-Col. Harry W. Stark, U. S. Army, an instruc or with the regiment; Maj. Victor D. Washburn and Maj. Harry B. Van Soiver. state staff members; Maj.-Park W. Huntington, regimental chaplain; Maj. W. S. Coung;on. Q. M. C; Maj. Henry C. Ray and Maj. John W. Dans, First and Second Battalion commanders, rep-ectively. Top Sergeant, Members of the board which Judged the inspection, including Colonels Schulz, S;a.rk. Duncan. Capt. V. A. F. Pyle. plans and training officer, and Capt. Sylvan Berliner, U. S. Army, instructor with the Delaware National Guard, will be present. In addition the four sergeants which were adjudged the best ser- pcar.t f fh rpimPTit wCl be guests. They are. in the j order in which they were rated, during the competition. Sergts. George R. Walton. Batter- G, Dover; James L. Robinscn. Jr., E. Newark; Lawrence Pusey. B. and Albert K. Ramsey, Headquarters Battery. a - Committee to Prepare Beautician Legislation I A draft of proposed new legislation governing beauticians' shops and schools will be drawn up by a committee of 13 persons appointed last night at a state-wide meeting of beauticians at Odd Fellows Hall. More than 50 shop owners and operators attended the meeting, at which ratnan Bailey was elected Snipe Fleet to Undergo Tf r n iit-HMirenienis lor liaces The complete change of many regulations concerning the size, weight, and proportions of their boats will require members of tne Elk River Snipe fleet to remeasure their boats before April 15. All boats, to be eligible to race next summer, win have to be measured by a boat builder qualified to do it. A. T. Schreiber, owner and manager of the Court House Point yacht basin and snipe base, will do the fleet's measuring. At a meeting of the fleet last night. George G. Abel, captain, and Miss Helene Kiler, secretary, told, of the recent International Snipe Association banquet in New York. It was brought out that- the United States is planning to send a snipe crew to race against the champions of Europe in 19.19 or ; iw. I Many of the members of the fleet j are planning to attend the banquet of ;he Elk River Yacht Club at jHubcr's bakery, Feb. 11. Resolution Approves Hamilton St. Removal A resolution callir.r for the removal of Hamilton Street, east of Tatnall between Tenth end Eleventh Streets, was given first and fecond readings yesterday by directors of the Street and Sewer Department. The street Is a deadend thoroughfare running 95 feet east of Tatnall Street. The action cf the department in deeding the street bed to the Du-Pcnt Company for $1,000 was ratified last week by City Council. The street was condemned as unnecessary by a condemnation commission recently. Market collections from the city's curb markets totaled $303 25 from 724 spaces, the January report of Clerk of the Market Wilmer W. Mc-Elroy, submitted yesterday, showed. Modern Day Marco Polo To Tell of His Travels Irving Johnson, author, lecturer, and skipper of a 91 -foot schooner, will speak at Tower Hill School tomorrow morning. He will tell of his adventures sailing around the world in his schooner with an all-amateur crew. Phil H. Ahrens. director of religious education in the Y. M. C. A., spoke yesterday. He urged his listeners not to be "yes men but rather to accept responsibility, both that voluntarily assumed and that forced upon them. Officers School to Start The school for officers of the 198th Coast Artillery. A. A.. Delaware National Guard, will be started at 8 o'clock Friday evening in the State Armcry. Tenth and DuPont Streets. All officers of the regiment will at tend the training school, to be con - v , 1 . . -i . ....u.i. i iv . u- wn- temporary chairman, end Miss Ethel J ducted the first Friday of each Thomas, secretarv. Members of the legislative committee which will meet tonight at the E2is Shop. 911 Market Street, are: Mr. Bailey, Miss Thomas. Robert Black. Mrs. Lillian Hulse, W.lliam Morris. Miss Mary Ellis. Warren Yarnall. Mrs. M. DeWecs Kelly, Mrs. Alfred Bacon. Eugene G. D:lannay, Samuel Harwitz, Mrs. Viola Hoff, Mrs. Pearl Utz, and Harold Leshern. Candidates Initiated In Wilmington Aerie Initiation of a class of 45 candidates in Wilmington Aerie No. 74, Fraternal Order cf Eagles, was conducted last night with Clayton S. Harrison. Jr., worthy vice-president, in charge. The class was received in honor of the sixty-eighth birthday of Conrad H. Maim of Kansas City, managing organizer of the Grand Aerie. Speakers at last nights meeting included: Thomas F. Walsh, treasurer; William F. Hayes, secretary: and John J. Hartnett. member of the class of candidates, and member of the Unemployment Compensation Commission advisory board month during the rest of the winter months. Safety Talk Given Safety and first aid was the subject of an address by Capt. Henry C. Ray of the state police last night over WD EL. Th2 talk was sponsored by the Delaware Chapter of the American Red Cross. Xevrs: The Little Dog In Exton Had Rabies Ncftice: ; If the man who dined in the Dairy Grill. Exton, Pa., lasl, Tuesday afternoon and was bitten by a small cog, reads this, he should go at once to a hospital or a doc- i tor. For the dog that bit him had the rabies. j The doe later attacked the daugh-! ter of the propriety of the grill. The cog was examined and found sabering from rabies. r.e warning was relayed yesterday by Pennsylvania police to Wilmington police by teletype. COflSrPATOA! SJ77MrOX Constipation sours you on the world and turns the world against you. If your trouble is due to lack of "bulk in the diet, why not get at the cause? Kellogg's ALL-BRAN is a crisp, crunchy cereal which helps supply the soft, bulky mass your bowels may need to keep them "regular." Eat ALL-BRAN every day and drink plenty of water. It's the constructive way to deal with common constipation. All-Bran is made by Kellogg's in Battle Creek. It is sold by every grocer. IU-B8M Two Boys Arretted Two boys, both 14 years old, were arrested" by Patrolmen John W. Weaver and Eayard Paynter last night on charges of larceny after they allegedly snatched a pocketbook from Elsie Tompkins of Richardson Park at Tenth and Kirkwood Streets. The boys admitted throwing the purse into the Brandy-wine River after taking the contents. They will be given hearings tomorrow in Juwnile Court. IAHBIIi i IFelbirtincHry IFuurimnfiuiire Substantial Savings in All Departments UP TO 33 BUDGET TERMS IF DESIRED 814 KING STREET A ft. U M sin ra5W :'" 1 Our Employees Har Subscribed 100 to the Warm Springs Infantile Paralysis Foundation. ... "UU - -Vv( -a end T .tnte" ".ts Tuesday and Wednesday Our Annual Once-a-Year After-Inventory Bargain Event Two Great &be YaI-sW ! iat fcOSK"' N D AY I J 1 sS 1 s cow ee floor EC1 r n I, 4 5- - -i V '-.' lo Wi 5s.rvdcrepesdegns n c0lor- A V cufi natural flo0f 4 and s55f 1 IP rllTl .WHS or eVc r'.V it, " -:e C I. E A If A A' C E l HANKIES Ynhirn to I Or EA. Women's handkerchiefs. White, pastel prints and with smart colored borders. A great value. . Clearance Women's NECKWEAR Vnltic lo $1.00 All are lovely new styles in piqu. organdies and some trimmed with Irish lac. Al vestees. Main Floor HF.MNANT MY I SPECIALS ! 12 Regular $1.95 S f -H Woolen Slips 8 Regular $169 ac Woolen Petticoats .. 21 prs Women's $ .39 Broadcloth Pajamas .. 21 Women's $119 Q Ar-Flannel Gowns r 13 Women'3 89c Jf Ac Kannel Gowns 8 Women's $129 T Ae Houfe Coats 22 Women's $1.95 $ .33 Blanket Robes A 15 Misses' $1.00 mc Blouses and Sweaters J Children's Reg. $3.95 $.95 Snow Suits Jm J'Anm OlUx Sacjynd Jfotft (Bellamy 12 Woman's R?. $2 Girds 4 Women's R. $3 5-1 Girdles 11 Woman's R?. $2 GorsIette.s 3 Women's Re?. $3.50 Corselettes 4 Women's Resj. $5 Corselette 4 Women's R?. $3.50 Corselettes 19 Mens Reg. $3 95 Blanket Robes 11 Girls' Coats Values to J1400 7 prs. Regular $1.29 Corduroy Overalls . . 12 prs. Children's Wool Gloves 2- $ 69c 39c 5 pr. Children's R?. $2 85 Ski Par.'s . 3 Infants Snow S'mtt $3 95 Valij? 14 Boys' Polo Shirt 3 Value": 14 prs. Children's Flange Pajamas 9 Children's Ski Caps 59- Values Regular $3 95 3-pc. Legging Sets Regular $5.35 3-pc. Lezgir.g Sets Regular S6.95 3-pc Legr.r.g Sets Children's $5 25 Snow Suits '1" S.79 49' 39' 39' .yi '3JS -2nd Floor Balcony Every Woman Who Sews Should Take Advantage Of This Remarkable Money Saving Opportunity! Yi to 5-Yard Lengths to be offered at . . . mm Eft and less than HALF PRICE SILKS RAYONS LACES WOOLENS COTTONS The extraordinary assortment, the drastic reduced prices, the many suitable garment lengths and the newness of them all . . . should certainly prove to make this the greatest remnant event we've ever offered. You'll be surprised to find that so many of them will make suitab'e spring garments, for both women and children. If you take advantage of this sale . . . you'll save and save-a plenty. But come early for best selections! 5c to $5.00 the remnant. Main Floor Rear also REMNANTS 1 from our downstairs store j Curta"n Marquisettes Dress Prints Cretonnes Damask j Homespuns Burlap and Repps i Downstairs Store i DOWNSTAIRS STORE BEr.aniiiiuT day specials 12 Reg. $4.95 Part Wool Blankets. Plaids. $T.88 Size 72x84 10 Reg. $3.50. Double Blankets. Plaids. $ fl .95 Size 70x80 H 18 Reg. $3.95. 25 Wool Blankets. Plain $ fl .95 Colors. 70x80 U 72 Reg. $1.25 Martex Turkish Towels. P9 0SC Plaids. 22x44 40 Reg. 50c Martex Cuest Towels. a c Size 16x28 PEASANT TABLE CLOTHS Reg. $1.75 Value. Age Size 50x50 V3 Reg. $1.95 Value. $ .19 Size 50x70 11 White Mercerized Table Damask Cloths jC ffcc Size 58x5S V Martex Dry-Me-Dry Tea Towels. $ t .00 18x36 6 FOR 11 50 Reg. $1.19 Lovely Boudoir Lamps. fit tJi0 Many Styles 169 prs. Tailored and Tie Back Curtains $ .00 Values to $2.95 11 Reg. 19c Fruit-of-the-Loom Prints. All new Jt c patterns yu. 11 Reg. $1.00 Dozen Wash Cloths. 7fc Pastel shades. ..dox.J 2) Downstairs Slora Remnant Day CLEARANCE Men's Socks Bachelors Friend socks, rayoa silk and mercerized hs. Laundry tested and ap- proved. Plain colors. 4 prS $ j.Qj) 6 pS. $ CLEARA.CE Children's SOCKS Boys' and girls' ocks in the famous Gordon make. Anklets and half sox. Plain or fancy. All sizes. Mam Floor SALE . . . W oiueu Boudoir SLIPPERS Rvjiular Value a to $1.95 This price for Remnant Days only. Colors and black. All sizes but not in all styles. Come early! 3rd Floor Front .00

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