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Bakersfield, California
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Friday, February 3, 1933
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10 THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1FORNIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1938 SOCIAL ORGANIST 10 BE HEARDJONIGHJ Dedication of New Instrument at First Baptist Church by Radio Artist Designed to Interest all types of music lovers, the program to be played tonight by Theodore Strong of San Prnnclsco at First Baptist Church Is not too technical to appeal to the layman with no skill In musical art, and yet Is sufficiently taxing to Illustrate the dexterity of tho artist. The last half Is by contemporary composers, Including a number "Meditation" by Loo S. Roberts, a personal friend of tho organist. "Sabbath Memories" a number arranged by Mr. Strong Is built around four beloved sacred melodies. Tho final selection "Festival Toccata" (Percy E. Fletcher) Is the most demanding on tho program. Mr. Strong, of San Francisco, organist and musical director for tho Shell Happy Time- over KFRC, is a musician of reputation. Tho concert which Is open to tho public Is expected to dedicate tho new church pipe organ In a highly fitting manner. The horn- Is 8:15 o'clock. A silver offering will bo taken for the organ fund. Libertas Women to Be Hostesses at Party Friday » <• Members of Libertas Chapter, No. 365, Order of Eastern Star, will be hostesses at a dessert bridge party on Friday, February 17 at the Masonlo Temple. The hostesses have aet the time of the party at 1:30 o'clock, and plan sections for both auction and contract players. The party, which Is expected to be one of the large affairs of the month, will be participated In by members of all chapters And their friends. Reservations may be made with any member of the committee In charge which Is headed by Mra. Qeorge Bahrenburg. Other members of the committee are: Mesdames D. L. Wlshon, Robert Jones, Roland HIM, Florence Crelgh, H. D. Plymale, J. W. S. Painter, George Suman, and H. V. Miller Knights of Pythias to Be Dance Hosts Kern Lodge No. 76, Knights of .Pythias, has announced a dance at 'Eagles hall Thursday evening, February 16. Tho affair will bo the first of a series. Arrangements are in tho hands of Earl Shaw, Sr., and Albert Munschey. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS FELLOWS, Feb: 3.—Mrs. O. D. • Young was hostess to the members of tho Klght Friends Bridge Club "Wednesday, serving a 12 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. J. R. Musser was ' guest of honor. The hostess was . awarded the prize. Present wore Mesdames J. R. Musser, Aekroyd Walker, G. A. Northway, T. B. Handy, John C. Stephens, R. D. Morris, A. E. Dale and the hostess. SHAKESPEARE CLUB ENJOYSJEAKFAST Preceding an 11 o'clock brenkfnst, the Thursday morning section of the ShakeBpeare Study Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. M. J. Meadows, 116 Seventeenth street, for two hours of study. Tho tlmo wns do- voted to part one of "Henry IV." As the club color Is orchid,- an orchid and green color scheme was used In appointing the tables. Shakespeare contests were provided and appropriate pictures and mottoes wore given as favors. Those for whom Mrs. Meadows arranged places ut tho breakfast hour, were Mesclames James Fltzo, D. M. Bryant, John Duns, J. J. Pagan, W. H. Holroan and Hugh Smith. TO VISIT DAIRY Members of the V. F. W. Auxiliary will meet Monday afternoon at the corner of Twenty-second and I streets at 2 o'clock to eo In a body to the Peacock Dairy Farm, for a tour of Inspection. CHILD WELFARE SWSLAIED County Conference on Local Aid to Protection of Youth Planned That a county mooting will be held an a part of the state-wide survey In connection with California White House conference on child health and protection wns announced hero yesterday by Mrs. W. H. Jahant, a member of the county committee. Mrs. Asa C. Dlmon, chairman of the group, will call a meeting of the committee workers at sometime In the future to sot a date for the county mooting that will be given over to a survey of community aids to child health and protection. A series of. meetings are being held In the state to determine how nearly each community comes to fulfilling the 19 vital points on health and protection of children as outline at the White House conference. Mrs. Jahant attended a district meeting: held recently at Fresno. She was accompanied by Miss Lenoro Brochnn, Gwendolyn DeVenlsh, Clella McCullough, Ann Cash, and Elsleda Sprnguo. Tire members of the county committee Included In addition to Mrs. Jahant who Is president of the Kern County Federation of Women's clubs; Herbert L. Healy, county superintendent of 'schools, Dr. Joe Smith, and Dr. Lucille May. : SOCIETY "l>a Belle Paula" The Lady of Toulouie P«uls enhanced her beauty to tucfi •n erterrt that by • stretch of ih« H Imagination it might be> called annoying. In order to avoid suffocation from the preit of tho enormous crowdi the* thronged about her when the appeared on the itreet . . . iho promlted to ihow hertelf upon her balcony each Sunday to gratify tho longing . . . adoring eyei'bf her •dmlren. Was net her ardoroui car* rewarded? ... you would think aa> . . . would you not? Keep Your Youthful Beauty and Charm ... Paula Did! GENUINE CROQUIGNOLE PERMANENT Lovely, soft, deep waves and ringlet ends! (P-| Complete! Guaranteed! fjl.e Other Beautiful Permanents! Complete! Guaranteed! New-Art Tulip Oil Imperial . $1.95 $2.95 $5.00 SATURDAY, MONDAY Shampoo, rlnee and dry finger wave 50c LUSTRE OIL SoaplcBS shampoo, Including . finger wave or marcel! ANY TWO Finger wave, shampoo, hair cut marcel, clean-up facial, arch or manl- P»if|«T» cure. HENNA PACK—With finger wave or marcel , $1.00 Wild Rose Face Powder. 50c Honey Pack Facial 50c STATE LICENSED-OPERATORS! NOT A SCHOOL! Phone 5605 OPEN 8 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Le Roy Gordon Beauty Salon 311 Hopkins Building Extra Narrow and Extra Wide Widths, AAA to EEE, at Only $2.98 $198 Sizes 2/jj to 9 AAA to C Saturday Special 91.25 Values Children 1 * Shoea 79c Size* 5'/ a to 2. Straps, oxfords, In patents, two- tones. Finest and largest assortment of new spring shoes ever shown. Sport oxfords In "Plgiklns" of white or two tones. "Spectator" oxfords and pumps In "GRAYS." You'll just adore their smartness and perfect fitting qualities. STORY HOUR Saturday Mornlnpj at 10 a. m. February 4 Free Gift* Roads Are Open to Jack Ranch Resort Latest reports from the Jack Ranch BtBte roads aro In good shape to the foot of Red Grado, a two-mile hike from Jack Ranch store. Bert Berry, owner and manager, writes that there Is now 3% feet of snow and that 100 inches have fallen. Several cabins have been flattened out and the dance hall demolished. Mr. Berry writes that the hall win bo rebuilt as soon as weather permits Mrs. Bennett Sole Owner of Bennett's Jlrs. Farley Bennett .today announced-that she has'taken over com- plnto management and ownership of her shop at 2031 Chester avenue, once known as tho "Chinese Smart Shop," but more recently changed to "Bennett's." Mrs. Bennett formerly was part owner of the concern and has been associated with the firm for 13 years. • i » LUNCHEON TUESDAY XIarytha class of First Baptist church will serve luncheon In the utility room of the church Tuesday from 11 to 2 o'clock for' a smalt admission charge. The committee Includes Mrs Jesse Beck, Mrs. Georgia Stark and Mrs. H. I. WllklBon. For Mies Lyons In compliment to her daughter, Miss Ruth Lyons, Mrs. W. B.- Lyons, 2714 Sunset nvenuo, entertained nt a sur- irlfte' birthday party- and evening of irldge, Inut night, arranged,, around a St. Valentine motif. A handkerchief ihowor was presented the honoree. , Prizes were won by 'Mrs. V. A.. Word and Mrs. Hugh Shields of New Tork City. A two-course supper was, served at ahles centered with red carnations .nd lighted by red candles In black -andelabra. Valentine favors and plaCo lards were used. : Mrs. Lyons was assisted by Mrs. C. E. TVaksfleld, Jr. Those attending were: Mesdames — • ' Hugh Shields Constantino Mar(New York) . slli C. E. Wukefleld, J. Benson Wrenn Jr. . Earl M. Price Mtssos — Ruth Lyons Beth Dye • * • Entertains for Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Kratka, 2807 Sunset avenue, entertained a group of young people at cm evening bridge mrty In compliment to their daughter, VIlss Genoviove Kratka. A Valentino notlf waa carried out In the charming appointments, and a dainty supper was served at tho conclusion of tho game. Prizes were won by Misses Phyllis Culbertson and Virginia Daugherty, and Messrs. Merl. Oaring and Robert Burns'. The guests Included: Misses — Virginia Daugh- Mario Rodkey erty Katherlno Price Louise Hamilton Isabel Pesante Dorothy Harp- Phyllis Culbert- ster son Messrs. — Kenneth Stewart William Steman Robert Burns Wlllard Hirst Robert Eddy Ted Lincoln Merl Oaring William Dow * • • For Seven-Year-Old The seventh birthday anniversary of a little girl was the occasion around which was built a delightful children's party recently. Tho guest of honor was Mary Loulso Blair, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Blair, 1217 Baker street. A theater party at the Fox was followed by refreshments at the Blair homo, decked In a St. 'Valentine motif, with a heart shaped cake as a table centerpiece. Those taking part wore: Clarissa Richard Marjorle Sehultz Jane Bartlett B_onnte Hammond IDdn'a Mae Keller Farewell Party To bid goodby to Wondall Warren who returned today to tho presidio at Monterey, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Frye, 16 Oregon street entertained at a arowell party laat evening, assisted y their daughter Miss Muriel. Mr. Varren has been the guest of Mr. nnd >Irs. C. B. Blnnchard, his parents, and tlr. and Mrs. George Hammond and rtrs. Art Campbell, other relatives. Dancing and snrvlng of refreshments tiled the evening, Those attending were: - • Misses- Ruby Hlght Frances Biirtlett Kathleen DeArmond Muriel Cooper Messrs.— Weiidall Warren Langford Blanch- Charle* Smetzer ard • Kenneth Ham- Ott Vanderpool mond Farold Fox Henry Young • • • Honored at Shower Mrs. Randolph Ruotcr, who was formerly Miss Edna Fink, was recently complimented at a'bridge party ind gift shower given by Miss Bertha Reuter at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fink. The prize for high score went to Miss Paulino Collins, and the consolation award to Mlns Radena- Noe. Mrs. Rueter was tho recipient of' many lovely gifts. Refreshments wero served to the following guests: Mesdatnes— Doris Jordan P. H, Jackson 13d Fink William Rueter Misses— Mclba Jackson Shirley Llghtner Ruth Peterson Katherlno Bridges Patricia Prlchard Betty Hijghett Margaret Lane Betty Jean Harmnn Barbara Dumblo Maude Marie Boehm • * • Boosters' Dance The I. O. O. F. Boosters' committee will entertain at a dance In Odd Pel lows hall, 1710 Chester avenue, Sat urday night of this week. The af fairs are well attended, growing ii patronage at each successive event Tho public Is Invited. * . • * Planning Coast Trip Doctor and Mrs. George Bahrenburg and Mrs. Bahrenburg's mother are planning to open their cottage at Plsmo Beach next week for a sojourn of 10 days at the coast. At BENNETT'S - 2031 Chester Avenue HALF PRICE You can eave real money. Notice we have made another cut In prlcee. See our windows and the meehandiee we offer at these new low prlcea. Everything cut again for quick telling. Infant's Wool SHIRTS Ladles' Silk and Leather PURSES 49c 98c Ladles', Boys' and Girls' Khaki Outing Suits and Coats 49 c Woman's and Children's Voile and Flannel GOWNS Men's Rayon Shirts and Shorts Close-out Price, 21-Plece Oriental TEA SET Beautiful color; tf O \ A 94.50 value ..... 9«m * 9 INFANTS' SHIRTS ............ eacb I5c Another big alash on all LADIES' SILK DRESSES, also wool and silk. Now Is the time to buy your silk dresses at a big savings to you. TOILET SETS Ladles, here Is a Real Value Regularly sold for $10 set; now.. Dupont's Best Oriental Tea- pott, Sugar and Creamer, each A Large Aseortment of Oriental BASKETS PRICE Don't forget to go to Bennett's v Next to Plggly Wlggly Children's Silk Novelty Handkfs. Bexee of 6 v Children'! RAYON GOWNS Children'* RAYON GOWNS Extra Fine Quality 39 c Little Boys' 12 Momme Pongee Strap Suits A Bargain at 75c Premier Heavy Duty Blades Are one-third heavier than any other double-edged blades of this type; they have orto- thlrd moro backbone. They arc made of Swedish Chrome Steel, touKh and durable, tho most nearly perfect blade steel known to science. THEY FIT ALL, TYPE RAZOKS INTENDED FOR USE OF DOUBLE-EDGED BLADES. They are unconditionally guaranteed and If they fall to give entire satisfaction will be replaced without question, or money back If desired. Premier Heavy Duty Blades are economical. Packet of 5 for 35c Guaranteed to give MORE and BETTER SHAVES than any other blade on the market. Kimball & Stone Tht Particular Drucfliti Priori* 53 Pkont 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Btkcrtftdd, Calif. Ella Englo Paulino Collins Elsie Rueter Beth Baker Ralena Noo Jessie Webb • Valentine Party 'Hearts" was played and all details of arragnements were In the val- entlno motif, when Miss Carmen Oxford was hostess to members of her club recently. Mrs. Ruby Raussell won first prize and Miss Inez Blanton, consolation. Mrs. Florence Hennlng, a house guest of Mrs. Jean Harmon, was a special guest. Those attending were: Mesdames— Jetta Busby Jean Harmon Ruby Roussel Celestlne Trout Misses — Geno Ash Eunice Davis Mrs. Jerry Shields Marks Ninety-first Natal Date at Party Irish eyes were smiling yesterday when Mrs. Jerry Shields, ago 91, a native of. Erin, was aurplsed on her birthday anniversary at an evening party. The affair • waa planned by Mrs. Hugh Shields, her grand-daughter-in-law and was attended by four generations. Mrs. Shields came from her native home, County Cork, 61 years ago; and has lived here for more than 30 years. She has kept abreast of modern times, being a tireless reader, but finds little difficulty In supressing her enthusiasm regarding some of the definitely twentieth century features such as movies, aviation, and radio. The party was given at 1612 H strcot, centering around an Informal dinner, and gift shower, arranged In tho St. Valentine motif. Among those attending besides Mrs. Jerry Shields, were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shields, Miss Catherine Shields, Gordon Lee Shields, Miss Edna Perry, Miss Audrey Davis and Jamos Shlelda. Inez Vanderpool Inez Blanton Pauline Vanderpool Doris Franklin PLAN BANQUET TAFT, Feb. 3.—A meeting of the executive board of the Junior World Wide Guild Girls was held at the homo of Miss Louise Freeman, 615 Tyler street, this week. Plans were made for a Fathers' day banquet at the Baptist Church, February 14. The executive board Includes Evelyn Qrlffen, Dorothy Hovls, Elsie Connors, FRATERNAL I i «> Chapter to Meet Sumner Chapter, United Ancient Order of Druids, will -meet Saturday night at Druids' hall. A class of 10 candidates will be Initiated. The-officers have been planning to make this meeting one of the most colorful sessions of the year. John Hays chief Druid, will preside. A. M. Michel will bo In charge of the refreshments commltoe. Canton and Auxiliary To complete plans for Installation- services at Fresno February 22, a meeting of the Canton and Auxiliary will be held at I. O. O, F. hall at S o'clock Monday night. All officers are particularly requested to bo present. Reports Occupy Attention Here of Legion Women Reports by Mrs. Nick Kltohak of Taft, Mra. Margaret Carlisle and Mrs, George Clark, the latter on a membership campaign, were heard lait night when membere of the American Legion Auxiliary met at Legion hall. Mra. William E. Patrick presided, A letter was read from -a disabled war veteran at Sawtelle thinking the organization for jama and Jellies eent during the holiday period. At the conclusion, members Joined the post In a musical program presented by Qulnn Johnson's La Granada orchestra. Miss Catherine Soott of Miss Martin's School of the Dance presented tap selections which were heartily applauded, and encored time after time. ' GLEE CLUB Songsters to Continue in Program Series; to Elect Officers RECENT BIRTHS •Melba Rogers, Marilyn Louise Freeman. McFarland, PLAN PUBLIC DINNER DEL~ANO, Feb. 3. — Mrs. Ben C. Shearer, president of tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho Community Church, announces that the aid will give a pubic dinner on Thursday night, February 9, in the social hall of the hurch. A turkey menu will be served at 6:30 and continue until 8 o'clock. Mrs. Shearer Is In charge of arrangements and will announce all committees within a few days. TO HOLD PARTY Members of the U. S. W. V. auxiliary will hold the fifth of a series of card parties Saturday night at 8 o'clock at Olldale Community hall. Mrs; Marjorle Pagan will act hostess of the evening 1 , assisted Mrs. Hugh Smith. Prizes will Mr. and Mrs. Henry La Blue, son, Perry Clinton, Jan. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dlllard, daughter, Edna Mae, Jan. 50. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Raymond, daughter, June Arlene, Jan. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Menchy, daughter, CordeUla Alice, Jan. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Harwell, son, Roy Wayne, Jan 29. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elliott, daughter, Betty Lou, Jan 26. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Currier, daughter! Marjorlo Jane, Jan. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Protto, daughter, Mary Jane, Jan. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Luis Esplnoza, daughter, Refuglo, Jan. 27. Mr. and. Mrs. John Auaya, son, Henry George, Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Prank C. Scott, son, Robert Altee, Jafi. 30. Mr.'and Mrs. Clarence A. Creamer, son, John Anthony, Jan. 30. Mr. and. Mrs. Charles CandelancI, son, Charles, Jan 29. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook, daughter, Betty Jcnn, Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Arnndoro Diaz, daugh- FACULTY WIVES TO UTHD HERE To Plan for Public Dinner in Compliment to Dr. Herbert StoUz Members of the Faculty Wives club will meet on Wednesday night next week to plan for a public dinner to bo held In honor of Dr. Herbert Stoltz, director of parent education for tho state department, and head of tho Child Research Institute at Berkeley. Dr. Stoltz will Be a visitor In Bakersfleld on February 28 under tho auspices of seventh district, California Congress of Parents and Teachers. The meeting next week will bo In the form of n dinner at the high school cafeteria. Mrs. George Sagen has been named chairman by Mrs. H. A. Splndt, president of tho club. Other members of tho hostess committee Include: Mesdnmes F. L. Lynn, I. E. Lane. Wiley Peterson, O. W, Rlster, Walter Stlern, and M. A. Arnold of Shatter. •-*-• CLASS TO MEET Members of the Truth Seekers' class and teachers of Trinity Methodist Mission Sunday school, In the Horace Mann district, met Thursday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. H. J. Kron- Inger on Potts avenue. A quilt was made and tied for a needy family In the community. A short program and business meeting was held, with nine members present. Mrs. L. J. Bennett, 2811 Niles street, will entertain at the next meeting, which will be March 1. Inaugurating a program of activity which Is y expected to overshadow nil Previous undertakings of the Balcors- fleld High School Boys' Glee .Club,,' members of the club presented tho first of a series of weekly song re- oltnls and programs today, a series which will be continued In class each Friday morning throughout the sem-' ester. By these class recitals the singers hope to build up an extensive repertoire for use In outside engagements to be filled later. This morning's recital was presented by a quartet including Theodore Heln- rlch, John Kllewer, Cyril Haworth and Donald Ayer. They sung ' .Stars of tho Summer Nrght," "Old Black Joe," "Tho Bull Frog," "Carry Mo Back to Old Virginia,", and "Rouhdup Lullaby." A piano interlude wns played by dor; aid Adam, Seven out of H candidates for membership In tho boys' glee club were rccicved following auditions. Those selected were Fred Conway, Ernest Smith, Gordon Hogue; Paul Wilson, Rodney Oliver, James Roger* and Alvln Kuest. Election of officers for the new semester will occupy the attention of tho club members at their meeting next Friday. Those who have served in official capacities during tho past term lire Cecil Tcdrow, president; Cyril Haworth, secretary and treasurer; TChvyn Rude, publicity; and Jack Monun. librarian. Miss Ruth Morgan directs the glee club and serves as faculty adviser of the group. awarded served. and refreshments will PLAYS IN RECITAL Miss Prlscllla Osborn, Los Angeles harpist, and (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Osborn of this city, WHS chosen to play In a concert by the Vlstn del Arroyo concert, orchestra at Vista del Arroyo Hotel recently. The recital was Sunday evening. Tho director Is Hasoha Borowsky and the pianist Serge Malavsky. Hitch-Hikes From Counter to Stage (United 1'rctK Leased Wire) < EAU CLAIRE, Wls., Feb. 3.—HltcST' hiking from a restaurant counter in Eau Claire to New York vaudeville Is a record to be proud of. Miss Tt'ella Alvestad, 20, former waitress herc^ ! told her friends when she returned for* a visit. Miss Alvestad said she hitrh hiked to New York nnd within three days of her arrival was billed at the RKO Palace as a trick roller skitter. "I was Just sitting In the crowd watching tho show, whi>n a man in a roller skating act asked If anyone in the crowd wanted to go for a ride." paid Miss Alvestad. "Nobody knew me In New York, so 1 thought I'd go up Just for the fun of it. They gave me quite a whirl and everybody clapped. The manager of the act offered mo a job. I used to do a few tricks on skates at a rink here In Eau Claire, you know." Miss Alvestad came by rail whon she visited her family here. t INTENTIONS TO WED Floyd L. Clendcnen, 21, and Lola M. David, 19, of Bakersfleld. Arthur N. Ilucrkaby, 24, McKlttriok, and Mary V. Pluugher, 16, Taft. Bernard Luhargoue, 22, and Ireta I. Chllders, 18, of Sprlngville, Tulare county. Don E. Hernandez, 45, and Eleanor S. Hoy. 21. BakerKfleld. FOOD SALE The Home and Foreign Missionary Societies of Trinity Methodist Church will hold a food sale at the R. K. Johnson Groceteria, 1017 Baker street, Saturday of this week. ' Head .COLDS Put MenthoUtum in the I nostrili to relieve ' conf eition and clear the breathing puiages. MENTHOLATUM Auston Beauty School 1513 Eighteenth Street Phone 1871 SPECIAL ON PARAGON DYE Permanents $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 Cleafi'iip Facial. . . . .25e Steam Facial ....... 35c Arch Facial ........ 15c Manicures ......... 25c Dry Finger Wave . . .25c Wet Finger Wave... lac HENNA PACK With Flng'er Wave. . Mr. and Mrs. Apollnar Munoz, son and Mrs. Marino Bolla, son Marino. Jan. 26. AS ALWAYS THE EASTERN IS FIRST TO SHOW >-^l r^T THE NEW Galapin Jaquette FOR SPRING* Come In today and try one on. They are so flattering and oh, so useful. They're worn for sport, street and evening wear. The colors are beige, tan, gray, black, browu, white. Sizes 14 to 42. Guaranteed for One Year Guaranteed for One Year Others at $19.50 No Down Payment rtequlred We Invite Your Account Bakersfield 1529 Nineteenth Street Quick Disposal Shoe Sale Will End Soon! Hurry, hurry! Theae big values won't laat much longer. Come In now while our aale Is In full swing and save money on new, stylish footwear. Enroll now for low price tuitlen before new law goes Into effect. Free hair cute and marcels daily. Hive olfls who would like to work for room and board while attending school. Hotel El Tejon A DELIGHTFUL PLACE IN WHICH TO EAT Where Tou Get the Highest Quality at the Lowest Coat Club Breakfast. 2Bc to 50c Lunches, GOc and 85c Dinners, OOc to 11.60 A. Delicious T-Bone, Steak Dinner Jl.OO Assorted Toasted Sandwiches, IGo SPECIAL " , Hot Roast Turkey Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes, Glblot Gruvy, 4Do IS1 Tojon Mado Pica a la Mode, I Do Extra Special Regular $5 Spiral or Combine„.„«.,., $1.75 95c complete. Croqulgnole Waves.... up Six Dry Finger Wavea or Manicure Shampoo, Hair Cut, Arch, Baby Henna, Finger Wave -| f?^ or Marcel ............. i.eJi/ Room for five more students at special tuition rates If registered by February 10. CHICAGO COLLEGE OP BEAUTY, INC. 1010 Nineteenth Street Phone 887 -J Ladies' Shoes Group One All styles and patterns. Values to J2.95. SALE PRICE— $1.00 Group Two Largo variety to choose from. All styles. Valuoa to $3.45. SALE PRICE— $1.27 Group Three Pumps, ties and straps. Also grlrls' oxforrts. Large selection. Values to J3.95. SALE PRICE— $1.47 Values to $4.95 Sale Price $1.87 Children's Shoes Straps, lileh tops and bxfords. Values to fl.95. SALE PIUC13— 94c Men's Shoes Plain toe oxfords. Goodyear soles. Values to $3.4fi. SALH I'RICE— $1.89 Many Other Specials Not Enumerated National Shoe Store 2012 Chester Avenue Next to Kewpis's Coffee Shop t T

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