The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 11, 1936 · Page 3
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'L- I '.J V. t: I - i i _» 4 A*.*; m ts •\^ < m #!* ;>V 'i~* F AJ<. BEGINS AT BROCK'S K>i>S >M >* 1 ••» *% .* * '»•>!" 4>Si •;M;> p i - sS--/ v. 1 * ^ >>x a ^ &s ^?5 **••'•.• i' -.> » ' * \f-' . 10 ^0 ^ - <- ',' ^ ' ^ 1 v . <-^--" \X vN * - S^ r »S «£ m X? is. --, -— 1, q 1 ^1 .* • *_ :*, : ' '- I . J^- .'<.* v x - .'j«.'_ fe^H *&&&£%& ' I -.i -' ..^^^J^fl^r v^^^, 4 ^-fe^^ _^^\; New, Smart, Distinctive STITC For the r d r — fT ^ * Mo Channel to «*ak«n o* JUUas* your children 'from th« bondage o! ordinary 'tilt mutcle-bmding footwear. Let them enjoy the relaxing •xerciee of walking in shoe* mad* thii dilferent way. Get • PIED PIPER SHOES r - th« only children's shoes mod* with these strictly erclusive. patented lectures, No other shoes eon be so strong. No •ther shots can b« so fli A Lovely Twin Set An outfit that sweater collectors and college girls will cherish. Note the distinctive weave of the cable stitch and their imagine the rich, warm colorings. Coral, rust,, blue, maize and while of course. , , . Hurry for yours. Slip-On Sweater High School He Ftlt«r to iMf*. bw»eK or itifftn. (Not* FW« TOBUV "f / -^ Coat Sweater You would never guess that knits could be so smart. There's a new twist to them that makes, them distinctive and different—new stitches, beautiful yarns, clever detailing. One style is a classic Cardigan, very casual, very smart with its high ribbed line that gives slid) u fine figure. Other styles in plain and striped combinations. Sizes 12 to 20 Upptr GEflUinE *t v ->** ft ,- \ f *.\~' I- - FASHION FLOOR BROCK'S FASHION FLOOR < f t x • '• L- FM ' ' '• • • \ * • I .M ,•> tt« t«U* .i. ..-_ j • i -. ^ I H S\' rt -„;, -0 -^ .-.••."- >«»»> i * o ] *'-«. STREET FLOOR SHOES i *' '' «- " l \o '* •€, |'f, *. \\ -.:;-. \'-' Ct t « V tV ."*,- : AV iAU fx FOR THE JUNIOR MISS ,'» / .- •••/^.7r , j ' ^ W SELECTED F THE — -fl Style . . . design . .. elegant leathers . . . II HALL OF LEARNING" >» These Belly Ann's Shoes have every- Ihing lhat will appeal lo you. Moder- - ately priced, they embody all that is fine in Sport Footwear. Send her to school In a Kate Green a way Dress. In a crowd you can spot the girl who Is wearing onel They are accurately cut to fit perfectly—the materials are tested to stand tubbing . . . and even down to the nonrustlble snaps every care Is given to the wearing qualities. Npver before has Kate Greenaway designed such adorable styles In such gay and smart colors and materials. Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 16. Inspired by the vogues of the past 100 years, Kate Qreenaway gives you these smart frocks for girls. From different decades of the past century come ... a basque effect * . . a Gibson sleeve , . . princess lines . . . belt effects. This famous designer of girls' dresses has startled mothers and their daughters with these clever • model*. We urge you to see them while our collection of styles Is complete. Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 16. We Are Also Showing New Shirley Temple Frocks at $1.95 BROCK'S—DOWNSTAIRS STORE COLORS Notio uc Gray Brown Black for ewi Classes Green Rust LEATHERS * Smooth... Rough f f and Combinations Long De Snaps Long De ooks and Eyes broid Em cry Need De Long Silk Pins Box 400-Yard Spools J. & P. Coats 9 Thread . 2 for 15c 8-ysrd bolts Warren's Naln sook Bias Tape ......... . J, & P, Coats' Darning Cotton. Spools I3c Be Sanitary Bloomers. Kotex Sanitary Belli 69e 25e . A P. Coats' Mercerized i n Weiss Pinking Shears $4.95. nd $7.00 Forged Steel Scissors 4 Hickory Marvellte Drsss Shields....< pair e 35C Singer Sewing Machine Oil. Warren's Elastloj 6-yard bolts.*. 25c 26e Girdles for the School Girt. Tomato Pin Cushlona. Be 189 Vmm Two-way Stretch Olrdlra 1 f L i f ' T NOTIONS—MAIN FUOOft $1.69 STREET FLOOR f -. f f • -f -. j iJ^'^d- . -J| '^'-'j -A f '• JE ' - n Pepiodent Tooth 1 • W • - , ; • itary Apro Pipiodint Antiseptic, ttrgi Sizi , •,.",•• ..., V "*. . -I , - .- •- - I .'. • .» ^-'-'l ^ ..... -•--•,.- V- -. •.'*,-,,-,--. ... .,,,,I_. '-. ' - - ' ,'-*' , • - "• •• ^"-1 • • -.•--- - - -' ---' '- t- .-'— . rH4^_' l^~-\'-_*' l ^>-\- - (^L'.- -tl^\Hl\li l^ -^^A- ^ L-. ^l • l LI-', .'-*.-' •'-.',!• ^-'-y. ' L F»*-.---.r |J.^ ' d - - - - ... . . •- i ,' j .,-:.-, CO <& .-• * ~-2 sum fc>ti* THAT HAVE SOMETHING L*iT-?1 #' S^i Yes—that something Hint makes them stand out far above all other cords—style, quality and fit. Boys like them because they make I hem look "swell" — mothers like them because they give satisfactory wear, n Send him off to school on Monday wearing Rough Riders. Choose either leather shade or cream. Sizes 6 to 12 j-.-i't '*P~ -; i W i.^ ^ I I ri I *! HI* [l(T 'I l ii- 11 K i, '"• 1 Sizes 13 to 18 /Tou^ : % ".- Wft - -* :-:y •_*?'i'"'* WW r . < CORDUROYS Heavier Quality, 12 to 18, at S3.95 BOYS' SHOP—MAIN FLOOR CKEY SHORTS By COOPER -- < • -> » ' n ' *3}?"-' vv \- * • r I *» X, ^ -*f^- ^'.- t " >' r r^ 5*f v+ •: t '»> r 3*' T r f ;^> j — —' r; 1 * *"* ;ft '•""',, ,'*^-; s s ^ P^ : -^iSSk iVte-'^i^-'TSSL. I* These shorts are knitted to fit, arc comfortable to wear and have no buttons to pull off. See sketch left. Elastic waistband and elastic leg band. Sizes 24 to 32. for ' ' Cooper's Shiil^ to Wear With Them, 3 for $ Boys' Broadcloth Shorts, 3 for 51-00 -.• BOYS' LEVIS The toughest wearing denim made and styled in the way junior cowboys like. Sizes 22 to 30 wttUt. ZIPPER JEANS The same good jean we always carry and all boys like. Some with padlock on pocket. Sizes -1 to " oys' Shirts Xo better shirts made for school than Tom Sawyer, Collegiate or Kuynce. Regular and sport neck, fancy stripes, checks and figures. Never-fade colors. Sizes 8 to 12 years -13 to ll r i» necks. OYS POL SHIRTS The Polo Shirt has taken the fancy of all boys so you should buy several for school wear this fall. Multi-needle knit, with vestee and cord laces, hounds- loo th cord lace and zipper front. Colors; Navy, brown, ox-blood, royal, white. Sizes 2 to 8 years 2fi to 36 chests. and Boys 1 Socks Phoenix or Nuweave, over „„. $ i atiU Boys' Socks Bear Brand—&oo4 quality. to IQ&,^* prs. BOYS* SHOP—MAIN FLOOR i,

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