The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 17, 1936 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 17, 1936
Page 4
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F V * -i i "* ** > r 'x * ?* * ,! TUB flAKBRSPTtiLD CAMFORNlAlXr, TttUTtSDAY, SBPTftMBfitt it, 1^6 , . ' Stt It, t.-lH.^.^..^..!!^ THE NEW HARRY COFFEE'S One of Galifornias finest stores forWlefi^omen-a nd oys THE NEW, larger, finer Harry Coffee's which today seeks your approval is the realization of a long cherished dream,,. a spark' ling, modern creation in which daring imagination and thoughtful planning have worked hand in hand to produce a thing of efficient beauty... a contribution to the merchandising life of our good city and a tangible expression of confidence in her future. New windows... trim, elegant, modern... as fine as you'll see in all California. A new Shop for Boys which brings to Bakersfield at last, a boys' shop where ev^ry fashion whim and clothing need they have may be gratified...and at very moderate cost. AND A THRILLING NEW SHOP FOR WOMEN / ...a shop of exquisite taste and beauty where every garment on the racks... every item on the shelves has been planned to inspire your praise, your approval and your patronage. Garments and accessories for sports and for street, original, authentic. Styles fresh from the pages of Vogue and liarpers.,. apparel that is more than worthy of its brilliant surroundings...that exemplifies conclusively that good taste is not a matter of money...that high fashion does not mean high price. FORMAL OPENING TOMORROW, FRIDAY the 18™ STORE OPEN TOMORROW EVENING FROM 7:50 TILL 9:00 Tort are cordially invited to visit us and inspect our lovely new shop. * * * Vlo goods will ] oe sold daring the evening hours * * * GARDENIAS FOR THE LADIES LUCKY RABBIT FEET FOR THE BOYS H A R R Y L u F F E E FRESNO * B A K E It S F I E L D as ->'% m if ,w.

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