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Friday, September 18, 1936
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r ^*»«(jjllljMI^^ THE BAKBUSFIELD CAMFOttNfAN, FRIDAY, SBWEMI^R 1§, iflStt Annual Roundup Dnncc and Valley Meeting Set for October ,'{ and 4 Plans for the annual rieta round-up danco arid Four Valley Chapter meet- In tr October 11 and 4 arc rapidly taking ohnpe, according to Clarence 11. Fowler, president of tho local Beta Phi MlKtna chapter Diiyn of '40 AN on previous orraHlon-t, the dnnro will have nil the atmosphere of tho days of '•!«. Dancing will begin at 0 o'clock nt tho Wornan'B Cltih hull. Muslo will ho provided liy Kverult Jonen* swing hand, whlc-h IH busy pro paring ("pt't-lnl orchestrations for the, U;S.W.V. Women Will Entertain at Second Fete WEDNESDAY afternoon of next week han been Hot aside by the Women's Auxiliary of United Hpanloh War Vctcrann for the second of a aeries of 2 o'clock nnrliuH. Five tnhlcH were filled at Memorial hnll for the affair which opened the series Wedncmlny oft- rrnoon of thin week. FIoHtcHMes on this occnHlon nnd for next week'* nffnir nre Mrs. Dora Cooper nnd MFR. C. N. I'oller. I'rlzcn were won by Mrs. Dnlfty Kelly, Mrs. H. SnodgrnHH, Mr«. Felicia LoiiHtalol, for lilnh HforcH, MTM. L. Uockley, door pri/.e nnd Mrw. DniHy Kelly, trnvcliiiR. The puliHc will !•<• lil'l'lnn: prlzon "'111 bo iiwfinlPd for tho men aii'l wntiifii with l>i'»l roHiurnc'M and whlsltorn. On Huiiilii.v mornlriK. Ortolvr 4, li.einboi-fl will i;«th«'t- nl I Intel I'urlrx for i) liiiulnfiwH Ki-HHlon. Out i>f-town offlcurrt to !>(• prtwtil Include 1-0" J. Uerklnn, pant Ki'uiid provident, Him n'nnllHHfil "i /'"|K 1 \»rnl\i-nnr I Rummage Sale Set by Y. L. L Saturday HpoiiHoiwI liy ttm local Young [ji(ll«'M' liiidltiilc, u, rum>iin.gii milo will Im held Haturdiiy at 1211] Nino- ti-cnth Htiuc-I, It. \VIIH aiindiiticod today. Tim commit!<•<• In r.lmrKn Ifioludnrc MI»Hf« I5rnlly Hldart. lli>lnn UnrgCH, ninl Ann Vulnnllrh. anil Mr«. f.'. M. Wnllfi- nnil Mrw. f^v flallnnd. WEILL'S V • ~" %. < In a 'Special SATIN-FINISH At a Special Value Price $O95 2 Choose your Fall Hal from our marvelous fashion ^roup! The new peaked crowns. off-face shies, visor hriins, clever turhaiis . Lovely felts in all fall colors and head M/f'S. See for Yourself Why Weill's Millinery Is Smartest and Values the Hest Senior, Junior, Sophomore Groups Fclc Fresh man Glrlw nt AffairH With tho Insl event belriK hold today, tho series of Hakursflold high school RlrlH lioHtesH par-Men which have been hold In llin local high school Klrlw 1 gymnasium lha last throo days uomos to an end. Klrst ICyent AVnflricsiIiiy, tho ' Honlors enter- talnod tlii-lr freshmnn group. A lap danco by M!«H Durothy Wo«t, ft rhythm daneo by MlHM Wlnfroil Koff and acrobatic* danco by .lorry KobortH, and Ht-lnctlons by tho onllro Merle UobcrlH ilinxju studio marked HKI proKrarn. A H|)ui!lu.l «lclt written by M!HH J.»!l«h flowoii, of Me far- litnil, rntltlml "A freshman drown Dp," was |>resonted. Thn characters worn; freshman, Mlso Nonna Daker; Hopliofiioni, MlM« .loMnplilnit Funuc- chl, anil Hcnlur, MIHH Mary Allca KnlluwliiK this playlet, Murlol Jean (look presented a monologue, and M|NII Hoselyn Cuneo played » pin no «(.'l"'i;tlon. ClanifiM were played. and refreshments ff.'onllnufil an I'niir, Tute.ntv-onc) Fx-gion Auxiliary I'.xpect to Increase Membership; Parly on October Jjl I'reparations for a lively mninher- ship ilrlvn iinilor llircn «r'>upH to I in known IIH Lim Oi-inlKiiH, l^i I'ulvas ninl l,n ('tiiiiirncliitN, hoadiMl by MI-M. l'Jar-1 IInwc, Mrn. .1. II. lluskuy and MI-M. lliMiry I'mvoll, ri.'spncllvoly, fllli-il mii'-h "f llui nviMlliiK ThurHilay wlii'ii l'"i'«nl( H Ur-ynolilH unit, Anu-r- Iciui l.i>Kl»n Auxiliary, inol ut Loglon bull. Mi'H. Marvin AiiKlln In oliulr- iniin of tho ilrlvo. AH tho first K'"il ulii'iuly IIIIH liccii rounhcd, a llal- lowi«'ii (lahrliiK party will i.'itlnhrato l ho inllPHlnni!. Octobnr 31. Thin will |H< for inriubcrH and prospoctlvu iiii'inliciH only. MFH. \Vayno I 1 . Nnlson iircsldnd ul lllHl IllKllI'M HI>flM|(|T\. KeportN Trip linvlfwIiiK utlrn<lani:i< at the l.o- Klon uf Valor In cirirlnnatl, Mrs. William K. I' wnw (hn upoiikf-r of tho (ivnnlnK. fhn ulno prt'Hunt'Hi a brlt»f l.ravclngiii; of vacation ox- H liicUidliiK a (rip to HoaHlo, (Continued on I'niif Rrvr.ntcen) 4 , » PTA IA o 11 o Al\o Business Women Complete Plans for Annual Banquet M ATTHttS of Interest lo business men and women will bo brought member)) of tho Business and Professional Women's Club and their gtipsts Monday night fit the annual 7 o'clock homecoming banquet to bo hold In HpanlHh ballroom of Hotel T51 Tojoti. Mrs. Kfflo Fan-Is, president, will act ii« toantnilxtrcss, Introducing as tho main wpoaker Mrs. Carolyn Wobor of Martinez, Junior past president. Kntertalners Too Miss J'rlBollla Osborn, of Catallna Island, harpist and daughter of Mrs. Walter Osborn, ono' of tho club's organizers, has been Invited to play, Miss Loin Knowles, assistant dance teacher at Miss Ann Anderson's studio, will present two danco selections. Thoro also will be Instrumental and vocal music, talent for which Is being .^assembled by Miss Louise Hamilton, program chairman. . Miss Dofothy Donahoo Is general chairman of arrangements. Knports Slated Brief reports will be made, by Miss Justlna Hondsch, Miss Monte Bedwell, Miss Beth Dye and Mrs. Lillian Bcardsloy, Tho fall banquet Is the largest social event of tho club's season; leaders of other service units and women's organizations are special guests. iD f 7 Bert VooUf flavor . . - "»« * u ^Sfy^SS& "•* A l.AKUK attondanen marked tho • • fli-Ht mectlnu of tho Union Avo. inn- I' T A. held Wednesday after- iMinn. MrH. Hen Hullnii. proHldent, preHlded at a short bnslnesH mi)0tln«, after which a lovely program was Klvoii by the llurlbut Woman's He- llr.f Corps No. lib, and tho corps pro- M-nted a (lag to tho I'. T. A. Mr-M. Lean UnUlwIn, preHlrtent, In- Iroiluceil tho offlcorM of tho corp.H after which tho chaplain opened tho oierolnoH by prayer. MrH. William Kuti-hnm, patriotic Instructor, gavo nn InturbHtlng talk on the hlHtory of the flag. »H well an a history of tho pledge of allegiance. Tho flag was Ihoii pre«enteil to the Union Avenuo I'. T. A. and accepted by Mrs. Hutton. The following officers and mum- born of tho Women's llullef Corps were present: Mrn. Lena llaUUvln. president; Mrs. William Kotc.hem, patriotic In- wlrtietor; Mrs. Anglo McHmlth, chaplain; Mr». Mlmilo Campion, Hocro- lary; Mrs. Klla James, oonlor vice- pri'Hlilniit; MrH. Itoxlo Watnon, Junior vIco-preMldont; Mm, Kiinla 1'ayno, flint I'olor bearer; Mrs. Herlha Hob- ritn. uoconil color bcni-or; Mrs. Thurna Iliirl, third color bearer; Mm Kloanor Plltn, fourth color beiiri-r, Mrs. Mary U. llampson, tri'MNinrr anil ai'llng iiniHlclun, uml Mi<r<ilaou>s l'.in:i r'ult?.. Clara Kant. Nora CiiHHelman, Minnie llauer, Margaret HummorH mul Litclllo MorrlH. Uet'ri'fhmeiiln woro nerved after III.- IlieellliK. Wedding Miss Ooorgla L. Cowan, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Cowan of Frultva.lo, and Louis 1C. Uwlglit, won of Mrs. Gertrude Dwlght of Falrhavnn, wore united In marriage Wudnusday evening at t>:JO o'clock at the First Congregational Church In Uakernfleld, with tho Rev- orcnd Anthony 8. Donat reading the marrlago Vows. Tho ceremony was witnessed by mem hers of tho Immediate families of tins youn,g couplo and after tho rites a wedding dinner was enjoyi.-d ut thn St. Francis cafe. Later tho nowlywods left on a honey- moofl motor trip as far norm as Oregon, returning via the coast highway to Catallna, expecting to bo gono three wee.Ua. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams of Hlvi-rvlow attended tho young Tho brldo was attired In 11 lirown brocadtt Hiitln dress with ac- cenHorlon to niatc-h and a cot-sago of Talisman roses. Tho matron of honor woro a green Hull and also woro a corsage of Talisman roses. The hrldo'M golng-away dreHH was a runt colored suit with brown accessories. Mrs. Dwlght Is a native (laughter of Bnkcrnfleld, graduating from Frultvalo School In 11)27, from Horn County Union High School In 10,')!) and from tho California Secretarial School at San Francisco In 11)82. Sho also attended BakerHflold Junior College. For tho last few yearn sho has assisted her father In tho tuanaKomont of thu Fruttvalo store. Mr. Dwlght was born In Los An- Reli-s and received Ills grammar Hi-hiiol education at Brlrldgu and Krullvah'. bohiK u gi-aduatn of tho In tier school. Ho al«o attended Ivorn <'utility High School. Ho IH now In tho employ of the Shell Oil Company In tho drilling department. Upon their return from their honeymoon th«i couplo expect to reside In Ball- orsfluld. Thosn witnessing the ceremony and attending the wedding dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adamo, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Cowan, Mrs. fieri rudo Dwlght, Mrs. Roxana Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. Jamou W. Cowan. Galllardla Club Holding of a birthday handkerchief Hlunvor for Mrs. Kathleen Taylor, and planning for a meeting September 2R with potluck luncheon at Hhe.ll Park were features when mem- horfl of Clalllardta Club mot Tuesday afternoon at ,Ta«tro Park. Mrs. T. H. Coombs presldod aw hostess. Tho club members will mako a nullt, each memboi- making a block. Those present bosldon tho hostoBS woro: Mendames— Ida Nelhuhr Mnry Fontaine Dottlo Taylor M. 13. Coombs Kathleen Taylor Paulino Bryan MlBSCH Nancy Taylor Evolyn Bn'an Grace Coombs On Second lllrlhduy Tho second birthdayanniversary of Lmvls Kloth Young was cclobrated by hlH mothor, Mrs. Henry Young, 1017 California avonuo at Itealo Park, recently. Horvlng of luncheon was followed by opening of presents. Attending woro: MoHdantoH— Al Tulhot t lowta Young Mono Ploruccl Loo Kldor Hid Illch Children •- Mnry .loo Talhot Plxle Purklsor lloli'ii I.ouh Kldor Moth 1 Gill-Scars Wedding The wedding or Miss Marlon A. GUI, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W. Mattoon of PHtsfleld, Mass., to Hayden Swift Sears of Manhattan, took placo Saturday in tho garden of tho brldn's aunt, Miss Mary F. Kohl, at Richmond. Tho Reverend John Stelgley, pastor of tho Church of All Nations of Manhattan, performed tho ceremony at 4 o'clock. Tho bride was given In marrlago by her stepfather, Mr. Mattoon. She woro a white brocaded satin gown designed In the stylo of Queen Mary of Scotland with high neckline, standing collar, fitted waist and a train. Her veil, an heirloom of rose point lace, was arrnaged on hor head In capshapo and caught with lilies of tho valloy. She carried white rones and lilies of tho valloy. Miss Ruth Spencer of Lowell, Mann., WIIH tho maid of honor. Her gown was of aquamarine taffeta trimmed with gold. Her white leghorn hat had an aquamarine bow, Sho carried talisman roses. Tho Ilttlo flower girl was Miss Nancy Mattoon, stepsister of the bride, Sho wore a peach taffeta frock designed on princess lines. Robert Htanforth of Long Island, a classmate of Mr. Scars, was beat man. A reception for 50 guests followed tho ceremony In the garden. Mr. and Mrs. Soars will reside In McC.ltfert hall, U9 Clarcrnont avenue, Manhattan, when they return from their wedding trip. Mr. Sears, the son of Joseph F. Soars of this city, and tho late Mrs. Sears, IH a student at Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University. He Is a graduate of Ohio Won- loyan University. Mrs. Sears is a senior at Barnard College. Feting nrldo-Eloct Complimentary to Miss Eleanor Pasqulnl, whoso wedding to Henry Banduccl la set for October L'5 at St. Francis Catholic Church, Miss Eleanor Banduccl entertained at a bridge party on the mozzanlno floor at Hotel 151 Tejon Wednesday evening. Tho affair was combined with a sur- prlBo showor of Franciscan pottery. Prizes Wero won by Miss Burnlco Steward, Mlsw Barbara Martin and Miss Dorothea Woldon. ThoHo attending besides tho hostess and honor guest, Included: Mesdamcn— HONOREDLATIET Re-elected County W. C, T. U. Leader; Plan for Big State Meet Here Mrs. W. J. Schultz of Bakersfield was unanimously re-elected president of the Kern County 'NVomen's Jhrlstian Temperance Union for the third term at the forty-fourth annual convention, held recently at Taft, it was reported today with tho list of now leaders and department chairmen. Other Officers Other officers chosen were: MVs. J. D. Tucker of Arvln, vice-president; Mrs, Edna Heber, correspond- ng secretary; Mrs. Ivah Clark, ro- cording secretary; Mrs. Phillip Den- its, assistant -recording secretary; tfrs. J. P. Chapman, treasurer; Charles A. Hare, auditor; Mrs, S. W. Weiss, loyal temperance secretary and Miss Katherlno Tlllotson, youth temperance council. Gifts Presented A lovely gold and pearl W. C. T. U. pin was presented to Mrs. Schultz as a token of appreciation for her serv- Kay Haggard Misses— Tiurnlcn Htmvnrd naechol Kankln Helon Currnn Barbara Mnlr Kleanor Smith Charlotte Walter IBvolyn Pyles Clalro Clorou Irene Oogan Nonlo Lomuccht Both McFaddln (Taft) Jacklo Oliver (Taft) Barbara Martin Kathleen Campbell ' Barbara Tlmwhor Marietta Smith Ben Brundago Louise Ward- WPll Mlldroil Cuneo Ruth Walter Virginia Smith CJonorc Landsborough Edna Began Dolores Massey Peggy Follansbee Krnngln Morris (San Fernando) Patricia Owen (Marlcopa) Jane Brown Dorothea AVel- don Voda Brlte (OonHnued on Page Seventeen) FRONlRlYS 1HEMEOF PARTY V. F. W. Auxiliary Enjoys Costume Fete Following Business Session In recognition of the proximity of Frontier Days, a costume party fol lowed tho meeting of Harold Brown Auxiliary No. 1468, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Wednesday evening nt Memorial hall. "Ring Around Rosle" and other old time games were enjoyed. Beans and buns were provided for refreshments by the committee leaders, Mrs. H7" Rubly and Mrs. R. L. Fowler. Plan Sale During tho business hour plans were made to hold a rummage sale and disposal of used garments Octo(Continued on Page Seventeen) FRATERNAL Wimodausis Club Will Give Large Party, Nov. 13 WIMODAUSIS CLUB of Bak" ersfield Chapter No. 125, Order of the Eastern Star, is announcing Ha semi-annual card party for Friday, November IS, at Masonic temple. Mrs. Agnes Montgomery Kaar is president of the organization, which will hold its next meeting September 25 at the home of Mrs. William Bradshaw, Casa Loma Acres, at 2 o'clock. Glad Hand Class Convening Friday Members of the Glad Hand class of Trinity Methodist Church will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho home of Mrs. E. B. Cole, 720 NHeo street, with Mrs. W. J. Aubrey presiding. This will be a regular monthly session of the class. •*« » Birthday Party for Alta Vista Circle Eighteen members who celebrated birthday anniversaries since- April will be special guests at a party of Alta Vista Circle of First Presbyterian Church Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The function will be held at :he homo of Mrs. S. H. Robinson, 3530 M street, corner of Thirty-sixth street. Officers are asking: a full attendance as this Is tho first meeting of the autumn. 4 » > First Fall Session of Seventh District Conducted Here Today at Park New chairmen were appointed, the 1936-37 budget adopted and plans for future activities marked the meeting of tho executive board of seventh district. California Congress of Parents and Teachers, hero this morn- Ing at Park. Following a potluck luncheon at noon, the session was scheduled to continue this afternoon. Staff Leaders New chairmen appointed by Mrs. Nalr to fill vacancies were: Mrs. Walter 1C. Stradley, membership; Mrs. T. W. Plnnell, emblems; Mrs. W. T. Mahln of Arvln, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lotta Ashln. AT KUBNTZBL HOME 'Guesta at the C. B. Kuentzel home, 400 Trunxtun avenue, Include Mrs. T. L. Moody and Miss Vernell McDonald of San Antonio, Texas, old friends of Mrs. Kuentzel's. They arrived Sunday and will remain several days. • (Continued on Page Seventeen) 4 « » Police Chief Gives ' Talkfor Circle City organization In relation to tho police department, Including people, council, manager, chief and policemen, formed tho subject of Robert. B. Powers, chief of police, address- Ing %Vest Park Circle of First Baptist Church, Thursday afternoon. The session was held at the home of Mrs. W. E. Sholar, 2806 San Emtdlo street, with Mrs. iLeo Arnold presiding. ' * Chief Powers explained, that peo^, pie, In the final analysis, determine tho policies of the department. Ho outlined the Internal organization,telling of Its four divisions—Inspectors, traffic, patrol and headquarters. That Bakersfleld Is less controlled by commercialized vice than most cities of the state and that the policy hero Is one of constant pressure rather than -sporadic raids, were points made. Christian Business Club A. meeting of the Christian Buul ness Club was held In the green room of the Hotel El Tejon thi morning at 7:30 o'clock. "The Om nlpresent Power" was tho main topic for study, followed by a study of how a Truth student looks a politics. Tho subject for next Frl day will be "Your Resource." Plans were inado for furthering Unity work in Bakorsfleld. Canton Auxiliary Canton Bakersfleld, No. 31, and tho Ladles' Auxiliary, I. O. O. F., will meet at tho home of J. O. Port- noil, 1015 Monterey street, Monday evening. Members are requested to e present and visitors will bo vrel- omo. Mrs. J. B, Payne will preside. W. 0. W. Will Offer Cash Awards Here Beginning October 1 a cash at- endance prize will bo given each •veek by Bakersfleld Camp No. 460, Voodmon of the World, it was an- louncod at a regular session Thursay night at W. O. W. hall. Appll- at Ions for membership were reel ved. On Thursday, September 24, tho Irst fall meeting of Enclnltas Junior 3amp will bo held. Mrs. Ivy May Horgrwardt Is the Junior director. John Osmun Ocorge YOXMIK Marvoy I'urklHor Harold SnoilKra«« Uolly Trowhit PIANOS RENTED, SOLD I'or :>s lilllc us $-1.00 per innnih yon miiv rent n line piano, mid arrange- inciils can lie nuulo so tlntl if you later decide lo IHIY we will jillow von full credit for the imionnt of rental paid on Hie purchase of any piano. Many Fine Bargains NEW and Used Don C. Preston Nineteenth and H Streets I'YanUlo Ploruocl Tommy Tulbot Luolllo Ulanch- ard Margin Trowhit .Miiunln HnodtcnuiH • • * Tulare Cotiplo AA'edcled AV'eddlngrs of the week, locally, Included that nulling Miss Rvclyn May Amos and Joseph T. Scott, both of Tulare. who wore married at !>:30 o'clock on Wednesday evening. Sop- j tombor 10. by tho Reverend B. C. Bar- rutt at hln home. 306 Oleander avenue. Tho couplo was attended by Ralph W. Wills and Mrs. K. P. Stllos. also of Tulai'c. Tho other guest In attendance was K. 1'. SllloH. Knroll in KiiKCitn From St. Paul Minn FranooH Wilson nnd her i Mm. A. U. Mctntlre. 824 South l.i-othor. Von-ll Wllnon, aro leaving; > Chest or avenuo, Is entertaining Mr. noon for Rugono, On-., to enroll ut I nnd Mrs. C. A. .Tudrt of St. Paul, Minn., who arrived Wednesday and will remain two wacko or more. An informal dinner Is arranged for 7 o'clock this evening In their honor: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wright aro also ! special guests. Christian t'ollego. Verell Wllnon will ho graduated In the spring. Other Hiikorsfleld students onrollod there Include Miss ICIfle l.lehtl, I'nul Pryor who IH taking |I|H fourth year's work and Paul Collins, Mr. and .Mrs, Harris lloiuc Mr. uiui Mrs. Hanlol Harris, 111! KlRhtPonth Btrent, have returned from a nine weeks' vacation. They arrived homo Wednesday night. Much of the (lino \VIIH spent at Monterey and In other parts of tho bny area. Thoy woro gucstM at tho Fred \V. Uuxh ranch and vUltod In tho Reserve Seats for Texans at Church Texnns will bo given a reserve , suction whim tho Reverend A. T i OouKlimB, pastor of Calvary Baptist | Church, preaches a nortnon Sunday I night at 7:30 o'clock on "Tho Present i Purlin and tho Future Providence mother lodo country. Homo tlnto was i of God In Aulerlca." Tho Roverom Hpont by the couplo ut Columbia, | Mr. DouglaxB Is an active member Long Haru ami Honora. ^ . . of tho Korn County Texan Club. SUN KONQ HERB CO. CONSULTATIONS FREE \Voml<M-f»l lirrliH for rhronlo mitl iioulo ulhiu-iitu of tho kidney*. IIVIM', BliilllHl-ll tro\ltllo, cti>. 158110- daily vffcotlvo fi'l- nil Ulnila qf ( vnnerpnl lUwpftseii. llcrlm off«r lin* UmiUalo relief. J?3Q K St.. Corher of Twenty-third W5««53W«SK«S3«S««i5K«5^^ MRS. CHESTER C. HAGANS Cnnaorrntor} 1 (ii-ndmUo, U. M. Announces Opening of Her Piano Studios Heslilenoo Studio, 2223 California Avonuo Olldaje—Coiutnunlly Clubhouse nUI'KKSKNTATIVK 01T AI.KRKI) MIROVITC1I TKCHMO UoKltutor*' tutd Advaiirod Inslriiotlon Oruup Cln»s*« Kopcrtolrn CluHsos Stuilonts' Kecttola Auilltlnn Without Charge Ihitll Scptombor SO 1'hone 8118-J JJelicatc- ^he flavor lasts Schilling 1 TWO GUESTS-ONE PRICE No «xtr» charge for two pirion* occupylno th« ««m« room THE MAYFLOWER LOS ANGELES* NIWIST . m*it ctntrdly loiit*4 downtown h*t«l, Directly »cros« from the Hlltmoro tdjolnlnn bimutlful Library Purk RATES GUARANTIED AS PUBLISHED JSO Cl/ESr ROO.VJ Double ltd! , Chalet, Twin or Doubt* $2.50 $3,00 $3.50 JVO.VA Hir.HKKt fan rfan'1 H«w la burimtitl All Outildt Room*-All equipped with tub. ihower or combination bath MONTEREY COCKTAIL ROOM , Dlgnltled • Intimate • Smirt Qtr*gt—Strvlrt la Joer iQt~»l» *nJ tut" MAYFLOWER HOTEL SI! SOUTH GRAND AVE, ONE PRICE-TWO GUESTS The Wilson Shop "Home of a Thousand Wash Frocks" Wash Frocks In fall fabrics and styles; tunics, also one and two-piece models.' Hundreds to choose from. $1.95 GRUNOW Rifrlgiratort—Radio* JOHN R. HUFF Pbani I4JO I MI OMittr Avsnui YOUR CHOICE. Misses Sizes, 12 to 20 Women's Sizes, 36 to 52'/z Washable Rayons In beautiful patterns; dressy and sport types. Specially priced— $2.95 YOUR CHOICE. Misses Sizes, 12 to 20 Women's Sizes, 36 to 52>/ 2 Silk Dresses Taffeta and crepe tunics in the latest styles. A wide variety to choose from. Specially priced at $395 Other Wonderful Values in Dresses and Ensembles,* priced JpD.V/O to thJL4.i/& NEW FALL Swagger Suits In tweeds and dressy woolens. Sizes 12 to 20. Special price— $12.95 Sweaters Single and Twin Sets $100 to $395 Sport and Dress Coats Specially Priced — . S25 Wool Skirts That are different. All fall shades. Your choice $2.95 THE WILSON SHOP 2010 Chester Avenue Next to Kewpie's Coffee Shop PHILLIPS SCHOOL OF MUSIC AH Instruments Reasonable Rates L OFFICE: 1512 Nineteenth phone 1398 LUNCH Served From 11 a- m. to 3 :30 p. Best In the City 35c Finest Cafe St. Francis Cafe 171? Chester Avenae (AM Me (o 4$e CIO BreUlut)

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