The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 27, 1933 · Page 7
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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, January 27, 1933
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THE BAKERSFl^LD CALlFORNtAN. FRIDAY, JANUARY. 27, 1933 OMMUNITY 'HOSTESSraR COUNCIL McFARLAND, Jan., 27.— Mrs. Ar• nold Brown was hostess recently to the members of the Woman's Council Thursday at 'her country home at an all-day meeting. . A covered dish luncheon was enjoyed and a business jnoetlng an'd welfare wprk completed 'tho day, . Mrs. Paul Llndley, who resigned as president at a former meeting, pro•sided over the business meeting, and it Was decided that for the present a president would not be elected, but tfcat two members would have charge each month, both for entertainment and money-making. Mrs. Clayton Elston and Mrs. A. J. Peterson 'were appointed for February. The devotlonals were opened with prayer by Mrs. H. E. Carlson followed by a song by the group. Mrs. Paul Llndley read a poem and other songs completed the program. , Four garments were completed for *he Red Cross and tho ladles worked on individual hand-sewing. Enjoying the day with Mrs. Brown were Mesdames O. W. Ellis, J. W. Morrison, O. S. Grant, Claudo Ratekln, P. B. Parker, J. S. Richards, Dlnsmore Parish, I. A. Burroughs, Clayton Elston, F. E. Trask, A. Cavanaugh. Walter Dlxon, H. E. Carlson and daughter, Paul Llndley and daughter Evelyn, and Mrs. White. 'ast Noble Grands Enjoy Sewing Party FELLOWS, Jan. 27.— The Past oble d rands' Association held tin nll- ny meeting Wednesday at the Odd ellows temple, with potluck "dinner t noon, sewing till day for tho needy. ilany members of the Hebeltnh Lodge saluted. Present were Mesdnmes Anna jandwehr (Taft); Hene Rlloy, La- erna IS, Wallace, OEfflo Johjison, Nora . Irw|n, Phyllis W. Lindsay, Blanche [organ, Allda Hylton, Velma H. Allen, Bvelyn a. Towne, • Etta L. Maygrcn, ivian Utzerath, Amelia Flores, Zada athbern, Ella Falrey, Maude Shane, Itta. M. ' Smith, Gladys A. Pormway, earl Parrls, Dora J. Hedrtck, Messrs. , H, Maygren and C. H. Morgan. The Rebekaha are also giving a pot- uck dinner Wednesday evening, Febuary 1 at 6 o'clock at tho the temple, o which the public Is Invited. ^ slier 6fferlng will be taken. MASONS PLAN PARTY WASCO, Jan. 27.— A curd party and dance Is to be given February 11 by committees from the Masonic lodge and the Starlight Circle of the Eastern Star for securing funds to .decorate the banquet rooms In the Ma- sonlo temple. The committees Include John Fldler, Karl Terry, Earl Hltt- son and Mrs. Robert Miller, Mrs. D O. Moore and Miss Lillian Prltschke WIL-SAV-D 7 Chester Avenue Carrots' Onions Turnips Mustard 1 .Yr. Mutton Stew.. Veal Stew Beef Stew Tripe Pigs' Feet 5 Mutton Roast.... Veal Roast Beef Roast. .Pork Roast;/,, .i'.,. 6 Mutton Chops... Pork Chops I Veal Chops Beef Steak... 9 T-Bones. Sirloin.. Rib Round... Sugar, Pure Cane, ;:10.Ibs.41c 'Pink Beans.. 10 Ibs. 29c Laundry Soap.-.-, .bar 2c Sardines 4c Corn, No. 2 Cans 7c Pork and Beans, No. 1 6c Pork and Beans, No. 2'/z Sliced Peaches, ' No. 2'/ 2 ..........10c Tomatoes, No. 2'/z...Sc Coffee , 16c Coast Club Ginger Ale 9c •Coast Club Lime Rickey 9c Palm Soap Beads 3c Grogan's Large Olives 10c Campbell's Soups 6c , SATURDAY, SUNDAY, ' MONDAY Mrs. Dickinson Is Hostess at Bridge McKARLAND, Jan. 27.— The St Valentine motif was employed In tho decorations for a party at which Mrs F. W. Dickinson entertained Thursday ifternoon. The living rooms were de- Ightful with seasonal flowers and potted plants. The afternoon bourn ivero spent playing bridge and score prizes were won by Mrs. 13. M. Hlg gtnbotham and Mrs. A. J. Peterson. Following the games the hostess served refreshments at the card tables Enjoying the afternoon with Mrs Dickinson were: Mesdames E. 8 Darby, A. J. Peterson, M. A. Schrack U. A. Broadwell, L. J. Flala, E. M Hlggtnbotham, Clarence Rodgers, U C. Allen, R. J. Hodson, J. W. Totton Huntley Webb, Elmer E. Lobr.e, am Miss Marie McFarland. • DELANO BOY SCOUTS ARE PARTY GUESTS DELANO, Jan. 27.—Robert Hlett, Jr., scoutmaster of Troop No. 3D, Boy Scouts, entertained all members of the troop who had brought In a now member during tho-year, and the now members, at a banquet, on Tuesday night at the Hlett country home west of town, and Mrs. Hlett and Larry Davidson, assistant scoutmaster, assisted. Dinner was served at 7 o'clock and places were marked for Mllo Llsen- beo, Ronald Dunn, Harold Brown, William Cheevers, Elroy Llsenbee, Billy Brown, Jrvln Morris, Nelson Haag, Troy Ray, Keltih Dean, Larry Davidson and Mr, and Mrs. Hlett. Place cards were tents with the names of the guests flying as flags from tho flagpoles of tho tents. New members who wore the guests were Nelson Haag, Elroy Ltsenbeo, Irwln Morris, Troy Ray. William Cheevers and CAMP FIRE UNIT MEETS FELLOWS, Jan. 27.— Hopltah Camp Fire group held their regular meeting Tuesday evening at the Boy Scout barracks. The 'girls decided to hold a ceremonial next Tuesday evening, January 31, at the barracks., The girls are extending a special Invitation to their parents to attend. Refreshments were served. Attending were Ella Nlebel, Man* Krohn, Doris Griffeath, Ruth Wright, Irene Williamson, Dorothy Dill and their. guard- Ian, Miss E. Dinwlddle Eckman. Two Arvin Matrons Unhurt in Crash ARVIN, Jan. 27.—Mrs. O. W. Rut- llff was the victim of an automobile accident while In Bakersfleld Monday evening. At the intersection of Tularo and Flower streets her car collided with another automobile. Mrs. Ratllff and Mrs. R. L, Stockton, who accompanied her, .escaped without Injury. The car was badly damaged. GIVE LAYETTE PARTY McFARLAND, Jan. 27. — Mrs. August Prlntz entertained at the country home of Mrs. F. H. Kyle, Wednesday afternoon, in honor of her sister- ii-law. Mrs. John Prlntz. The rooms of. the home and all appointments were In color combinations of green, ind the guests brought dainty layette gifts. Games were played and the •icstoss served refreshmnts. Those en- loylng the afternoon with .the honoree •xnd hostess were Mrs. F. H. Kyle, Mesdames Earl Bowman, K. L. Steln- berger, Orval Brewer, Chester Beck, George Hlett, Bessie M. Tuttle, Jack Rusch and Ivan Bays. AT FAREWELL PARTY McFARLAND, Jan. 27.—Mr. and Mrs. L, S. McQueen and family were pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening when members of their Sunday school class met at their home and held a farewell party. , •' ' , Mri and Mrs. McQueen arid their son Vernon will leave-Tuesday for Tran- qulllty, where Mr. MCQueen Is employed by the Standard OH Company. He and Mrs, McQueen will have charge of the company boarding house. Their son Vernon, who Is a sophomore in *hlgh school, will attend school at Madera. Their daughter Vernlce, who la a member of the eighth grade*, will remain here until the close of school. Tho evening was. spent playing games and the guests served refreshments. Those enjoying tho surprise with Mr. artd Mrs. McQueen, Vernon and Ver- nlce McQueen were: Messrs. and Mesdames A. R. Grober, L. E. Hylton and son Mel^ln, Clovls Hylton, C. R. Moomaw and daughter Myrtle, John Moomaw and daughter Dorothy Lee, J. S. Smith, J. S. Richards, D. L. Whisler and daughter Edith, S. G. Holllngcr, Services Conducted, for Mrs. J. B. Jones TAFT, Jan. 27.—Funeral services were' held today at Inglewood Park cemetery for Mrs, J. B, Jones, mother of Mrs. J, N. Beeno of this ctty.-Mrs. Jones, who was well known hero, died Monday at tho homo of another daughter, Mrs. Helen Tniithlesen, 12,927 Greene avenue, Venire. She was a native of Georgia but had lived In Texas until 10 years ago, when she came to California, She leaves three daughters and threo sons, Mrs. Beeno of Taft, Mrs, K. Porter of Los Angeles, Mrs. Math- leson of'Venice; H. M. Jones of Deleware, Okla.; II. B. Jones of Mineral Springs, Miss., and S. E, Jones of Corelcana, Texas. All her daughters were with her at tJle time of her death. Mother Jones, as sho was lovingly called by all who knew her, had visited in Taft on several occasions. TODAY'S NEWS FROM WASCO WASCO, Jan, 27.—Mrs, Sarah Dolan was the guest recently of Mrs. Clmuncy White. D. C. Crawford, who recently rented tho ranches of Chnuncy Whlto and Doctor Burroughs, plans on planting the two places to cotton. Willis Klassen, who has been in Kern General Hospital for tho last three weeks, hns returned to the homo of his aunt, Mrs. William Klnssen. Mr. and Mrs. CharloH Denirmn and son Robert, and daughter Mary Lou were week-end guests of Mr. Denman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Donman. Mr. and Mrs. C. Kuhn of tho Palm much arc entertaining Miss Helen Klnxel, Elmer Klnzel and Alex Nll- nifilr of Fresno. HoWn and Elmer Klnzel aro a niece and nephew of Mrs. Kuhn. Miss Ann GoeU-en of Shttfter was a guest of Miss Ann Bartel for tho past week. Mr, and Mrs. Sohmltz aro expecting ID have as their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Abo Schmltz and family, John, Walter, Leslie, Eddie, Daisy and Lilly, of Rosedalo. Tho junior class of tho Vance High School held a party recently at the high school which was an enjoyabln affair. Games and dancing were followed by refreshments. Mrs. W. IT. Jahant. spent tho weekend at. Fresno, where she attended a welfare meeting of the valloy members of the White House committee, and on Monday attended ,1 district club mooting at Cnowchllla. DISCUSS FUTURE PLANS ARVIN, Jan. 27.— A committee from the Welfare League mot at Iho homo of Mrs. Merrill Barlow Tuesday night to discuss plans for the future. Those attending wore 12. L, Daniels and W. Nr.nce, and. Mesdames Thomas Hill Merrill Barlow, Quln Stuart, Alllsor Peck and W. P. Nance. _ WALDO ELLIS BY Jan. 27.—Mrs. Waldo Ellis wns the recipient of a birthday surprise .party, given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rills Byrom'Wednesday evening. Following tho gathering of frtunds at the Byrnni home, tho hon- 1 ores was culled to the party ns an emergency. The evening WHS glvort over to games, an excellent lunch served and a hugs birthday cako divided ami distributed. Mrs. Byrom acted as hostess assisted-by Mrs. Mar- Jorle Stains. • Thqpo enjoying tho surprise with tho honoree were, Messrs. and Mes- damos Hadlcy Frailer, Dutch Ellis, John Potter, Aubrey Stains, Tony Sulsn, Ellin Byrom, C. C. Tlchenor and Waldo Ellis, oil of Kernville, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fisher and Mr. and i Mrs. Howard Fulton of KU3. TEHACHAPI TEHACHAPI. Jan. 27.—Mr. and Mrs. Halney drove to ii;ik«rtiflcld Tuesday, where Mrs. lialney attended a luncheon honoring tho worthy grand matron of the O. E. S. Miss Marlon Blrdwell of Monolith spent-Tuesday, night with Miss Jennie Ann Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shaw and family visited in Ontario over the weekend. Mr. Shaw's niece, Miss Louise Shaw, accompanied them home for a visit. 'Wilbur Smith and Dan' Marrah of Los Angeles spent the week-end at the L. A. Smith home. Mr. aim Mrs. Frank Greenough and Mrs. A. V. Newcomb of Uakursfield visited Tuesday ut tho H. M. Cowan home, Mrs. Newcomb staying for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Cowan und family. Billy Dian entertained a group of his • classmates Tuesday evening in celebration of his seventeenth birthday. Bunko was the diversion of the .evening, with high score being made by Miss Jennie Ann Cowan. After the games a delicious supper was served the honoree was showerec With gifts. Those sharing the hospitality of Billy and his parents, Mr , and Airs. Garland Duty, were James I Porbaugh,-Jennie Ann and Pat Cowan, I Marlon Blrdwell, Pete and Dora Olive, Theo Forrester, Robert Doupe, Franis Wilson, Helen Lang, Vivien Wiggins, Leonu Smith. Kathryn Dickeron, Fay Adams, Edward and Louise Mathlson. H. B. Roome, T. M. Calvert, E. W. Root, U. C. Allen, .O. W. Ellis, Ed Baker, and sons Otha and Eldon and Ed Steward, Mrs. Frank Lehman and soa Donald, Miss Mary Brlsbln, Miss Martha Shlck, the Reverend M. Alva Long and Jacob Nlll. FORMER KERN MAN PASSES DELANO, Jan. 27. — Word has been received here by friends of tho family telling of the death of C. J. Dlller of Los Angeles. Mr. Dlller, his wife and daughter lived here In 1920 and for several years previous to. that time when Mr. Dlller owned and farmed a vineyard here.' Ho died on January 18 at the family homo in Los Angeles from heart trouble. Ho was in his sixty-fifth year. BIRTHDAY PARTY McFARLAND, Jan. 27. — The home of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Burroughs, on California avenue, was the scene of a delightful dinner parly .'Wednesday evening when they entertained In honor of their son Don, who was celebrating his birthday anniversary. Table appointments were in the St. Valentine motif. Covers were laid for the honoree, Mr. and Mrs. Dlnsmore Parish, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dickinson, Misses Ann Harder, Patricia Sewell, Margie Culkins and Mr. and Mrs. Burroughs. . TO SPEAK AT McFARLAND McFARLAND, Jan. 27.—Miss Gwen Devonlsh, Kern county school nurse, will be the speaker of the 'evening Monday when the members of the Grammar School Teachers' Club meet at the kindergarten. The speaker will demonstrate first aid work during her talk. Hostesses for the evening will be tho following grammar school teachers: Misses LaVeda O'Hagan, Eleanor MacDonafd and Doris Me- Keen. SHAFTER Pans Stay Bright if you clean them daily with S.O.S. It cleans clean—in less time* with less work. MAGIC SCOURING PADS Even Skillets* can be dried on your best jtea towel without soiling it if cleaned clean with MAGIC SCOURING DELANO DELANO, Jan. 27.—Mrs. Lena Beall has returned from Napa, where she enjoyed a visit of several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Lyman King. Mrs. King returned home with her md is enjoying a vlBlt with her mother and sisters and friends. Mrs. Harry Qulnn is quite 111 at tho lome of her daughter, Mrs. B. F. llchardson. Mrs. Ola Slosson is in Long Beaoh visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Moore, and family. Sir. and Mrs. Cletus Dyar are announcing the arrival of their third jlilld, a daughter, who was born on January 25 at? the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kerwln In Cecil Addition. Mother arid daughter are doing nicely. The child weighed T& pounds and has been named Barbara Jean. Mrs. Edgar N. Thorn is spending several days In San Diego visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Renfro, who plans to return here with her. SHAFTUK, Jan. 27.— Betty Lou Isaac, aged 1 year and 3 months, daughter of Abe F. Isaac, Is 111 with double pneumonia. Several members of the Congregational Ladles' Aid drove to AVasco Thursday afternoon to attend a luncheon given by Ihe Wasco Congregational ladles. Among those from Shatter making the trip were Mesdames J. P. Harris, J. S. Han-Is, L. A. Anderson, O. T. Olson, Ijean Potter, M. U. Hare. E. G. Kolbenstutter, H. R. J.anzen, P. L. Arnold «nd Lois Berry. Tho Lame Duck Club met recently ut the home of Mrs. Godfrey Wltt- mlrer, Mary Grant us hostess. The following members were present: Mary Grant, Betty Wlednmn, Gertrude Mettler, Elma Handel, Edna Grant, larjorle Gran.t, Mrs. Ramona Holln nd Mrs. Jack Hare. Mrs. \Vlttmlrer vas elected to membership and the ew name was chosen. First prize vas won by Bculah Hare, draw prize iy Betty Wledman and consolation by larjorle Grant. The club will hold lext meeting on February 8 at the tome of Gertrude Mettler. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwlg Hoff of Lodl pent Sunday here with their daugh- er, Mrs. John Lachenmalce. The dwigs returned to their home on Monday. DINNER POSTPONED DELANO, Jan. 27.—The public dinner which the Woman's Auxiliary of the local Baptist Church had announced for tonight has been postponed indefinitely, according to announcement made on Thursday night by the auxiliary president, Mrs. Charles Anderson, who was also chairman of the dinner committee. -<S> RICHGROVE I .—.<$> R1CHGROV10, Jan. 27.—Mrs. Henry Bruin returned to her home at Woodlake on Tuesday afternoon after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. Joseph Topper. Sho was accompanied by her son, Christy Lo Grande of Watsonvllle. Mrs. Arthur Woodhead and daughter Joyce have returned from Los Angeles, where they visited with Mr Woodhead. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith of Delano were Monday callers at tho Albert E. Imbler home. Mr. and Mrs. William Topper lefi on Wednesday for Adelanto, where they will spend several weeks visiting with their daughter, Mrs. E. C. Mutz and family. I/on Shelton iiccompun led them south. FRUITVALE McFARLAND McFARLAND, Jan. 27.—Mrs. J. S. Uchnrds returned recently from the southern part of the state where she visited with her daughters. She spent .wo weeks with her daughter Claire Hall at San Diego, and a week with another daughter and son-in-law, Mr. ind Mrs. William McGowan, at their lome at San Clemente. Her little granddaughter Maxine Hall, who spent some time here, remained In the south with her mother. { Aldon Rose, 10-year-old Ron of Mr. ' and Mrs. A. D. Rose, returned Thurs- I day from Bakersflold where he had | Ills tonsils removed. i Baking Secrets In Every Package! It's like magic! Think of it! One 4 pound package of JENNY WREN recipe-mixed flour that bakes more economically, more successfully, with the least trouble. • This flour is already mixed for hundreds of popular and delicious recipes. No worry, no gamble, when you bake with JENNY WREN—because you know that your backing is perfect. Costs no more to use. Far more economical because the extra ingredients are in the package, and no 'waste on failures. You can't beat JENNY WREN! Try this recipe. Jenny Wren Date Pudding 1/2 cupful brown sugar 2-3 cup granulated sugar 1 eupful boiling water Put the*'* Ingredient* Into a saucepan on the stove and let boll whllt mixing the following: 1 cupful JENNY WREN flour Z tablespoons sugar i/i cupful sweet milk •1 cupful sliced dates I/a cupful nut meats Make a batter of above Ingredients. Pour this into the pan of boiling syrup, and place In a medium hot ovtn (375°) and bake for about 20 minutes. To serve, turn bottom side up with some of the ayrup turned over. -This may b« made In a heavy skillet. (11) ASK YOUR GROCER THK FlNC*T Jenny^fren GALATAS BROS. Quality Fruit* and Vegetables 2011 Chester Avenue—in Bakersfield Hardware Free Delivery Phone 251 Extra Fancy Pippin Apples box Fancy Edison Frost Free Oranges, .box Potatoes, U. S. No. 1 Oregon or Idaho; 26-lb. sack Extra Fancy Spltzenburg Apples, 50-lb. Box Or 7 Ibs. for 25c Hothouse Strawberry Rhubarb .Ib. Large Arizona Grapefruit Artichokes, Large Fresh Kentucky Wonder Beans Golden Ripe Bananas I6c 6, 25e 5 ,,, 25c 2 ibs. 35c 6 ,bs 25e We Also Have Fresh Tomatoes, Eggplants and Mushrooms FRUITVALE, Jan. 27.—Mr. v Mrs: Clark Williams of Jenkins road were recent dinner guests of Mr. an Mrs. Glen Clark of Bakersfleld. Luther Mason, proprietor of tho Green Acres Hatchery,- has been ill the past few days with the flu. This IH the first period of illness that Mr. Mason has suffered in 25 years. I Mr.' and Mrs. a. Rloker of Wasco spent the day recently at tho O. Jj. Lundqulst home. Sam Turner, who recently moved to Green Acres from Fresno, has mudo extensive repairs on his poultry pens and purchased u flock of Whlto leghorns. Members of tho Frultvule Union Sunday School will meet for Ulblo study Friday, February !!, ul tho lioino o( Mrs. O. V. Champlln. teacher of | (ho adult class of the SunOuy scrhoul. CHICKEN SHOP Largest Poultry House In Bakersfield SATURDAY'S SPECIALS Fat Hens... ,2 for.$1.00 Red Fryers,.2jfor $1.00~ Young Pekin Ducks > 2 for $1.00 Rabbit Fryers. .2 for 85c Pigeons 8 for $1.00 Turkeys, all sizes (dressed) .Ib. 18c Fresh Eggs, extra medium 2 do/. 35c ALWAYS BETTER VALUES HERE Dollar MONTH-END SPECIALS! Says: GREATER NATIONAL SALE Registered Trademark Serial No. 257466 Extra Month-End Specials for Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. All Fall Merchandise reduced below cost to clear. Only a few of the bargains mentioned below. Visit this store tomorrow and see the wonderful array of values. Doors open at 9 a. m. Reg. $1.00 Rubber Bath Mats Heavy pure rubber bath mats In assorted patterns and colors. Special Cigarettes Reg. IGc pkg. Old Gold, Camel, Lucky Strike, Chesterfield. Choice Saturday, pkg lie Lace-Trimmed Bias RAYON CREPE SLIPS Regular 50c seller. Vine rayon crepe slips with V-shapo top and extra long length. Bias cut. Wide lace trimmed top and bottom. Sizes 34 to 44. On Sale Saturday- 45-Gauge Pure Silk Full-Fashioned Hose A $1.00 value. Sheer chiffon hose with double garter-proof plcot top. Perfect cradle foot with narrow French heel. Also service weight with garter-proof cotton top. 10 new shades. Sixes S% to IQVi. Pair Large 70x80 Part-Wool INDIAN BLANKETS A $2.50 value. Heavy part-wool Indian blankets with fancy,Indian designs. Finished ends. Sale Price Ladies' Regular 50c WASH DRESSES Fast-color print Dresses, in wraparound style and ties in back. Dots and fancy floral patterns. All sizes. On Sale Saturday... 100 Ladies' Regular $1.00 Rayon Dresses Heavy rayon dresses in new styles with largo puff sleeves and belted. Also 2-piece juniper dressea. Fancy patterns. Sizes 16 to 44. All $1.00 sellers. Special Saturday 600 PIECES LADIES' Rayon Undies Values to 50c Heavy rayon bloomers, short- ies, panties, step-ins and vesta with lace and applique trimmings. All wanted colors and sizes. Choice 25c Boys' Helmet With Goggles »\Varm fleece- lined leatherette helmet with SojfBles. Regular 50c value. On Sale Sat. 25c Men's and Ladies' BATHROBES Heavy blanket robes in fancy patterns. IjarRe collar and rayon cord. All sizes. Choice > Men's and Boys' CORD PANTS Heavy cord pants In cream. tan und brown. Boys' have flap pockets and Home with bib. All . Choice 80x105 RAYON SPREADS Beautiful floral patterns. Heavy quality. Scalloped endK. Lurco ulzo. A $2.50 value. Sale Price.... Raydn Scarfs New shapes and patterns. Regular 50c value. 60 only. On sale Saturday 19c Men's Felt Hats Fine selected fur •elt hats with silk lining. Latest style. Sizes Wi to 1%. Men's Blue Work Shirts Heavy blue chambrny shirts in coat style with two button pockets. Full cut. Sizes 14% to 17. Sale Price.. mm u> nun Let in 25c Men's Fancy DRESS SOX Sizes 8V4 to VI. Fancy^ rayon dress KOX in new patterns. Holnfnrcod foot. A)»o light cashmere work sox. Choice, Pair Men's Broadcloth PAJAMAS Heavy broadcloth pajatnas in piece coat style. Solid colors. Rayon frog trimmed. Sizes A to D. Regular Jl.OO value. Suit IQc Silk Dresses Another shipmoint of our popular silk dresses "just arrived for Saturday selling. Newest styles and colors. Large puff sleeves and latest neckline. Long length. Sizes 15 to •14. Values up to $5. olors. Large puff $1.95 Ladies' Early Spring Dresses Heavy silk and silk crepo In new spring colors and patterns ihown for first time. __atest sleev« anil collar effects. Extra long length. Evtiry rlrenn copy of dresses sold m> to $7.'J5. Sizes 11 to 52. repo In new spring $2.95 Silk Blouses Heavy silk jumper blouses in white und fancy patterns with white collar. Large puff, sleeve. All sizes. Sale Price. Fanty Dresses Fust color print dresses with irnnty to match. Clever styles. Fancy trimmed. SIzflH 1 to 6. Sale Price.. 39c Boys' Regular $1.00 Whoopee Jeans and blue Wide bottom black whoopoe jeans .vith double snap part elastic wiilst. Fancy colored trimmed Slzos I! to 1C. Sale Price.. Boys' Bib Overalls Heavy 220 denim for boys. Full cut. Reinforced at all points of wear. Sizes B to 16. 3 FOR. . bib overalls Children's Hose Sizes il to 10. Fancy ank- lettes. cotton lomr hose and little boys' sox. f'holoe, pair 10c Men's Regular $1.00 Union Suits BO suits only at Vi price. Long sleeve and' ankle length unions in ecru ?olor. Full cut. Sizes 36 to 46. Infant's Sweater and Coat Sets Chinchilla coat and beret sets, 3-plece sweater sets and wool legging sets. Pink and blue. Choice, Set... Girls' Gym Bloomers and Middies White regulation middy and black gym bloomers with white belt and strlno. Sizes to 20. Choice.... NATIONAL DOLLAR STQRE—1517 NINETEENTH STREET \

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