The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 5, 1944 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 5, 1944
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• SafcfWffeft CaHforntan Tuesday, September 5, 1944 awe '/fafan This is our Annual Fall Presentation of America's finest coat fashions. That \ve have succeeded in securing such varied assortment of distinguished styles was only ^ * \J ±s accomplished after much hard work and keen judgment on the part of our merchandising department and rcady- lo-wear buyers. This advertisement shows only a few. L *v You are invited to visit the Fashion Floor for a complete showing of what the season has to offer. Five large front windows, too, are devoted to the showing , , , these in interesting color co-ordinating effects, are well worthy of inspection. SEE WINDOWS The Tuxedo This has long flowing front and collar of black Persian or grey Tingora Lamb. Pure wool suede-finished material. ^ Blue with Tingora Lamb . . . size 18 Black with black Persian ... sizes 16-20 American Beauty with black Persian, ^ size 12. TO FAMOUS NAME CASUAL COATS OP FABRICS Shag Sizes 10 to 16 The Tuxedo Another version of one of the most distinguished of fall's new tuxedo idea ... also developed of pure wool suede finish fabric, \vilh forest mink- Purple, size 10 . dved nniskrat. Green, size 11. '/fffffft&'lfA Fox Collar Coat 100% Wool Beautifully designed Bobby coat with raglan sleeves (as pictured) In beige, gold, poudre blue, red, grey and white. Box coat of 100?o virgin wool Forstmann fabric, handsome Maurice-dyed fox collar ... In green, beige, blue and punch. Sijcs 10 to 16 100% Wool Fleece Casual Boy coat with set-in sleeves, in lime, gold, blue, aqua, fuschia, red and black. Sizes 9 to 15—10 to 18. Other Tuxedo Coats Tuxedos of Squirrel, Sealine, Mouton and Skunk, in green, American Beauty, gold, blue, brown, aqua, grey and black. Sizes 10 to 20 FASHION FLOOR NOTE—All Fur-Trimmed Coats Subject to 20% Federal .Excise Tar

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