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.PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELtSVILLE. PA. TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1939. _ Splendid Program Features Meeting "Minds That Come Back" was the theme of a splendid piogram presented at a meeting of the Outlook Club at which Mrs. C. Hoy Hetzel was hostess at her home in West Cedai avenue Monday evening. The meeting opened with Bible quotations and Miss Ida Wolfe, president, conducted the business session. Well prepared papers were read by ihe following:' "The Menace of Insanity," Mrs. Charles D. Bailey; "A Mind That Found Itself," Mrs. Arthur P. Freed; "A New Cure for Insanity," Miss Wolfe. Attractive appointments in keeping with Saint Patrick's Day were carried out in a tasty lunch, serevd by the hostess. MRS. J. H. MOORE IS HOSTESS TO W. C. T. TJ. The Connellsville Woman's Christian Temperance Union met Monday night at (he home. of-. Mrs. ;J.. 1}. Moore, East Cedar avenue, with fifteen members and .three visitors present. Mrs. Clark'Pope, president of the union, conducted thcfdKVo- tionals and.'presided over the "business Bessifiii. U!The~-- torjiel of ^EEe ties- son was "Institutes ". Mrs. J,7S^Dot- wiler and .'Mrs." Sadie McClIntock. read clippirigsT-Voncerning the"-topI6J Mrs. W. S.Tfuftz wa's received" as n new member. The program for a group ^-institute lo be held Thursday, MafcK~-23,-al the Greenwood Methodisf'Spis'copaP Church, will be published later. Mis. W, M. Kestner read a letter from Dr. Igora.Scott, National W. C. T._U. legislative representative at Washington, D. C. The meeting closed with the W. C. T. U. benediction, repeated in unison. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. J. G. Showman, served a dainty lunch. . D. B. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS ·-" WITH MISS LOIS KEFFERr" The D. B. Bridge Club was entertained Monday evening by Miss Lois Keffer at her home in Haas avenue. Three tables were ..called into play for contract bridge. High and galloping prizes were won by Miss Marian Conner and draw, by Mrs. Earl Graham.- At a late hour the hostess serveoT a.' danity lunch. Table appointments were symbolic of Saint Patrick's Day. The centerpiece was a bowl of white sweel peas and yellow daisies, intermingled with fern, and flanked by tall yellow tapers in crystal holders. The next meeting will be held a\ the home of Mrs. C. C. Murray at Hazelv/ood. Harry E. Mftch'ell Feted o.rtBirthday Honoring her son, Harry E. Mit- ot West Cedar avenue, on his forty-second birthday, Mrs. A. M. Stratton was hostess at a large and delightful party Monday night at her home at th6 Arlington Hotel, North Pittsburg stieut. The party was so cleverly planned' that it was a complete surprise to Mr.. Mitchell, who earlier in tlie evening attended a meeting at the First Methodist Episcopal Church. He was escorted to he hotel where a host of friends, who lad assembled in the large dining- room which was in darkness, gieeted ·.im and sang "Happy Birthday." Daughters of Mr. and Mrs Mitcnell entertained with a pleasing musical program, Peggy and Betty playing saxophones, Dorothy, a trumpet and Shirley, a drum Betty also played a saxophone solo and Doris Senor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Senor, gave a leading. Cardf and 3ingo weie played. High prizes for five hundred were won by Mrs. Miler and John G. Senor. Peggy Mitchell received an award for bingo. Mrs. Mitchell played the piano accompaniment for her daughters. Later m_the evening Mrs. Stratton, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. G. T, Barker of Baltimore, served a delicious two^course-.Junch. A color mo"Sf of piijk and white was prettily carried out. The party concluded with, a hqme.iwaiU in which all par- Si cirjated,-. ;, -_ ·^ Forty .guests, including Mr. Mit- chell's-fellow-employes of the Prudential Insurance Company of America, and wives, were present. From BIBLE QUESTION BEE TAKES PLACE AT CLASS MEETING A Bible question bee, conducted by Miss Hazel Nicklow, was a feature of the regular meeting of the Up- streamers Class of the Pennsville Evangelical Church, held Friday evening at the church. The business session was in charge of the Spaugy. joyed. NEWS OF THE COURTS When Words Fail Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 14--Two local women filed divorce libels w i t h Pro- thonotary John J. Brady. Mary Wood is asking a divorce from La\»rencc P. Wood, claiming he deserted on May 26, 1037, without cjuse. They weie married here December 0, 1813. Florence Johnson entered suit gainst Wesley Johnson of Cli.ilk HilL whom she married August 12j 1920, at Frederick, Md. She said he left in September, 1930, to work in the mountains, and failed to return. Pleos of guilty, after their t.-jals opened before Judge Harry A. Cot- torn, resulted in immediate sentence of S2S fines plus costs and six months in the county jail for Mary Layhue of High House, Ruth Patterson of Uniontown and Hose Layhue of Had- denvillc on charges of operating n disorderly house. The court indicated paroles might be granted after three months if Tine and costs are paid and a promise given to discontinue activity. A verdict ol guilty was retuined against Grigsby, South Union township, on charge of violating tne liquor laws. Agents testified in a raid last December 5, 60 gallons of moonshine were tound on the premises. Appointment of Robert E. McBurney, Jr., to a vacancy on the school board of' New Salem Independent School district has been sought in a petition to the court. William Boyd died March 1, cieatlng a vacancy. Workman out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs i Uiree directors Another development in the fight to oust three members of Wharton township school board was recorded with circulation ot petition, prepared by Attorney Clark W. Martin, among taxpayers of the district. Residents of Wharton township arc centering their drive on Arley South, Paul Harry Soxman and son, Jimmy, and. Mrsr'Helen Jacobs of Uniontown. Mr. Mitchell was the recipient of many gifts. His mother gave him a radio and the Prudential men presented him with a pen and pencil. and Arthur Sucy, a^auist whom fhe FRIENDLY CHICLE CLASS HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION Election of officers for the coming yearbook place at a meeting of the Friendly Circle Class ot the First United Piesbytenan Church, held Monday night at thc-home of Miss Audrey_ Barnes .n Davidson avenue. The result, .was: President, Miss Eunice Schrpyer;,yice-president, Miss Jean Sullivan; "secretary-treasurer, Miss Thelma Loweryji/reporter, Miss Jean Sullivan. Ai- the "close of the business_se§siqrr.thc girls worked on an afghajir ~."^. The hosfcssjsssisted by her mother, Mrs. Ellis Barnes, served a flalnty lunch. GOLDIE M. BREAKIRON WEDS GEORGE BARKLET Miss Goldie M. Breakiron of Connellsville, R. D. and George C. Barkley of this city were married Saturday afternoon, March 11, at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. G. W. Byrnes, 110 West Crawford avenue. The single ring ceicmony was read. Mr. and Mis. Barkley, active members o£ the Breakneck Church of God, will reside at Moyei. president, Miss Evelyn A social period was en- BUSINESS WOMEN WILL HEAR TALK ON FLOWERS When members of the Business ' Profesronal Women's Club meet " Wednesday Bight at the West .Penn Model homo, they will be entertained " by John . F. Lewis, member- ot .the High School faculty, \vho will give an ' illustrated talk on,. "Thru' .the Year ' With Pennsylvania Wild Flowers." The meeting will begin at 8 o'clock . with a business session. GLEANERS CLASS WILL ELECT OFFICERS FRIDAY The Gleaners Class q£ the First United Presbyterian Church wlll'hold its monthly-meeting Friday evening ot the home, of Mrs. Elmer MiBiron, North Second street, West. Side. The annual election of officers- will take place and a good attendance of members is desired. '.'_ ' ' GOODFELLOWSHIP CLASS TO MEET TRIDAY NIGHT The monthly meeting of the_ Good- fellowship Bible- Class of the First United Berthren Church will be held Friday night _at the church. The meeting will~, , 7:30,. o'clock : and impo. lant business will be trans- . ncted. Every'mctnber is -urged . attend. - ;.".".'-: rn ,~1". . SUPPER WILL PRECEDE C. C. CLASS MEETING The March meeting 6*f the Christian Culture Class of the First .-United Presbyferian Church will bo held Friday evening at the church. A' covered-dish supper will be served at "6 o'clock. 'Officers for the year will be elected at the business session. campaign has been instituted in an attempt to remove them from office. The petitions charge: Thut the school board took bids for transportation ot pupils to and from school; that two were received, one from Ray West for $65 and another from James Scott, for $59 a month. Taxpayers aver the Scott bid was accepted, agreement filed in Hariis- burg and then directors jumper, the amount lo 305 a month. Further, it is asserted Scott has only a five-passenger car which is being used to transport nine to 10 children Citizens also charge the board employed a minor son of one of the directors to work about the buildings and grounds of the school district-meeting his pay from school funds. Another charge made in the petition is that the board purchased school furniture, in the amount of S284, without first advertising for bids and that no bids weie sought before school supplies were purchased, as rcquiied by law. The boaid, it is alleged, Rxed the bond of its treasurer in an amount not large enough to protect funds of the school district. Taxpayers assert the board purchased certain land from one member of the school district and that this man cast the deciding vote to buy the real estate. Other charges include the illegal spending of money of the school district and carrying on of the school district's business with the vote of one member, Ailhur Suey, who was not legally elected lo office since he bad not been a resident of the district for the necessary one-year period before his election. DAUGHTERS OF RUTH WILL MEET AT LEIBERGER HOME Mrs.- Robert M. Le.berger will be hostess at tne March meeting of the Daughters of Ruth Bible Class of Trinity Lutheran Church tonihgt at her home in East Cedar avenue. to Mrs. Bryan Nabors Hostess. Thirty-five members of the Fidellis Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church met Friday njght at the ho_me of Mrs. Bryan Nnbors in Sycamore street, Mrs. Nabors conducted the devotionals which were followed by a business session. It was decided to serve a dinner Thursday, March 23, to the N. C. D. Class of the Sunday, school. Enteitainment was arranged by Miss Martha Kauft- mant Lunch was served by the hostess. It was reported that Miss Hazel Leighliter, a member of the class, who has been ill, is improved. -" ·"- Miss Hazel Nicklon-. Miss Hazel Nicklow was hostess at an enjoyable meeting of the H. H. G. Club Monday night at her home at Pennsville. The evening was given over to sewing. A tasty Ijnch was served by the hostess. MISSIONARY ATTXILIAKY WILL -ELECT OFFICERS The March-meeting of the' Wo-~ men's Missionary -Auxiliary of jttie - First Methodist" ProlestanT-"Church ' will be heloVat- 7:30-p_'clock- Thursday evening at\the church. Officers "for the ensuing year will be elected. The Girls Misison Band will be hostess. CIVIC CHOHAL WILL MEET FOR REHEARSAL The Civic Choral Society will meet for its regu 1 "!-- rehearsal at 8 o'clock (his evening at the home of the director, Miss Helen Keil, 1119 Race street. The -attendance - of member h urged. every Licensed at Grcensburff. Joseph Varholla of Mount Pleasant and Bella Brown of Scottdale were granted n marriage license at Greensburg. MeetinE Announced. A meeting of the Junior American Legion Auxiliary will be held st 7 o'clock (ompht at the Legion Home Meeting Announced. The regular meeting of Lee Etta Lodge, Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will-be held Wednesday evening at the^T. M. C. A. The time is 7:30. Abbie Weimer, widow, of 401 Johnston avenue, Connellsville, was given letters of administration on "ihe $75 estate of Joseph Weirder, Con- neltsville, who died June 16, 1938. Sergeant Vincent F. Bunch turned over approximately ?350 to county authorities--the sum repi esenUng various amounts taken from defendants charged with lottery law violations and counts growing out of maintenance of gambling establishments. Verdict of guilty of. operating a motor vehicle while under the influ- enre of liquor was returned to Judge Harry A. Cottom in the case of Steve Fedorka, 49, of Republic. Charged with assault and baltei-y and impersonating on officer, Arthur L. Banks of Flatrock, Henry Cloy township, was convicted of both counts by a jury that recornmcndec extreme mercy of the court. Charges grew out of a mountain feud, it was indicated, between Banks and Harry Merryman of Fnrmingtcn, Wharton township, his prosecutor. Charged with general violation cf his parole, John Bellback, 33, ot Fr.y- ette City, was taken into custody ar.c will be returned lo Western Penitentiary lo complete sentence on charges of breaking and entering and larceny Bible Class Will Meet. The Ladies Bible Class of Trinity Lutehran Church will meet in the class room immediately after the prayer service Wednesday night. Local Man Licensed. A marriage license was issued at Uniontown to Mark D. Kinsey of Connellsville and Omah I. Tressler of Casparis. Martha Norton Class. The Martha Norton Bible Class of the First Christian Church will meet at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the church: -- .- Licensed -to". Marry. Richard Lee Hillis of Annbrust and Nel'ie Alice Gray of Yoing- werc licensed to V.PC! at Cumbc'- land. Charged with a serious offense Raymond Grooms, .15, colored, of Republic, father of 11 children, wai convicted in a verdict before Judg H. S. Dumbauld. On motion ot the courts' especially- appointed Blue Ribbon Committee Arthur (Boots) Yowler won release from the county Jail under $2,500 bond. Yowler, serving a sentence on on charges of maintaining a gambling house and permitting gambling on his premises, entered a plea of guilty last Friday to similar charges that had been pending against him at the current criminal sessions as the result of another raid on his gambling place. Charged with attempted robbery, felonious assault and battery nnd robbery, James Cailaghan, Buinett Collins, Petei Kalcick and Michael Smith waived trial and entered pleas of guilt to the accusations before Judge H. S Dumbauld. The quartet is'3cd %vith having held up one Uniontown man and several pcitons in iho Biown»\j]Jc a j c a Green Protests Delays In Enacting Proposed Labor Act Amendments Evelyn Draper, of Ramsey, N. J., gazes admiringly at an unnamed, new orchid, gro\vn by Edward A. llanda, of West Orange, N. J., and on er- hibit at the 26th International Flower Show in New York City. (Central Press) BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y , S h e p a r d B a r c l a y **TUe Authority on Authorities" STRINGS TO YOUB BOW IT IS WELL TO have several strings to your bow. In playingr a no trump contract especially, you should select the order of events that will enable you to preserve other possible ways to build the extra tricks needed for your game. It the first effort fails, you try the next one, and 30 on, in the hope that if any of the various methods will work, you are safe. By this procedure you avoid guessing- that some one method will succeed and others * Q 7 6 V A K J 7 2 A 5 A 9 8 3 CTNsaler: North. Neither side vulnerable.) North opened this deal with 1- Club. South bid 1-Hcart, North 1- No trump. South 3-Hearts, and North 3-No trump. East, guessing that the original bid might have been one of those short-suit affairs, opened hia fourth-best club. Be- clarer played low from dummy, and the 7 forced the 10. Declarer now could count up three sure tricks In clubs, two in diamonds, two in hearts, and needec two more. Places to build extra tricks existed in every suit, even clubs i£ East had led from a short holding-. Tho logical spot to begin was with hearts, where there were a couple of chances to derelop both of the extra tricks. So the heart finesso was tried flrat When that failed and West returned a club to the A, North laid down two top hearts, hut toe suit didn't break. Next he led another heart to West, building up his last tor one of the extra tricks needed. When West switched now to hia diamond 2, a third try for the needed trick was made in playing tha J. That was covered by the Q, and the third chanco to make the contract had failed. A spade to the 9 forced the A, a diamond knocked out tha K the club K won, another spade lost to the K and West took the setting trick in diamonds. But North had the satisfaction ol having given himself as many chances as possible to succeed. t « · Tomorrow's Problem A 9 V 10 6 * S 4 K 8 3 A 9 S 5 3 A K J 10 6 4 V Q 9 * Q J 5 * 10 4 2 A A. S 5 3 2 V K T 2 « A 10 T 6 * 7 (Dealer: East. North-South vulnerable. ) What bidding would you recommend on this deal 7 WASHINGTON, Mar. 14.--President William Green of the American Federation of i Labor protested today in a letter to members of the Senate Education and Labor Committee against further delay ot action on proposed amendments to the Wagner Labor Relations Act. Writing to each of the committee's 13 members, Green contended that "amendments to the labor relations act are necessary legaidless of the outcone of the (CIO-AFL) peace negotiations." The committee will consider the letter at its regular meeting today. Chairman Elbert D. Thomas, D., Utah, postponed hearings on the amendments early this month after President Roosevelt invited the AFL and the Congress of Industrial Organizations to resume attempts to settle their three-year-old civil war. Thomas still contends that consideration of them during the current negotiations would be "unfortunate." The committee had planned to begin hearings about March 15. Green, In his letter, challenged that stand. "In behalf! o£ the AFL," he wrote, "I protest vigorously against a postponement of a hearing on amendments introduced by Senator David I. Walsh, D., Mass, because it is alleged hearings of these amendments might Interfere with the progress of negotiations in response to a re- nest by the President of the United States by representatives of the CIO nd the AFL lor the purpose o£ hcal- ng the breach within the ranks of abor. 'It is Inconceivable that the Senate Committee on Education and Labor vould deny the American Federation £ Labor a hearing on the amendments offered by Senator Walsh which it approves and supports, ely because of the opposition of representatives of the CIO. "The officers and members ol the American Federation of Labor, as citizens of the Republic, possess he light to petition Congress for a redress of grievances, to offer amendments to existing statutes, and to be accorded a hearing upon petitions and amendments proposed at the earliest possible moment." The Walsh amendments, sponsored iy the AFL, and those submitted by "enator Edward B, Burke, D., Neb., would curb drastically the powers ot :he National Labor Relations Board. Other amendments submitted in the Senate by Senators M. M. Logan, D., Ky., and Refus C. Holman, R., Ore., would define agricultural labor under the act and revamp the labor board. Pitt Orator First U. P. Church To Hold Rally And Dinner Wednesday The congregation of the Firsi United Picsbytenan Chjrch will lold a family dinner and rally Wednesday night at the church. Dinner will be served at 6 o'clock and the gueit speaker will be Hev T. C Stangeway of Pittsburgh. When 18 honorarr orgranltatloaa, at the University trt Pittsburgh, "tap" new members at the annual "Scholar's Day" on March 13, Dr. Francis P. Galnes, president of Washington and Lee UnlTersity, will deliver the principal address. An authority on the life of Lee, Dr. GautM fa one of ihe outstanding educators i.nd orators of the South. Paul Whitcman Sued. NEW YORK, Mar. 14.--Mrs. Mildred linger, foimer wife of Paul Whiteman, tued the orcliestia Je ( trier IT Suprerre Court, seeking to recover $36,480 which she said was due her under a separation agreement for the care of their son, Paul, Jr. Whiteman admitted lie made the agreement calling for a $200 weekly stippoit of the son but said he had provided for him. Hiehways Force Shifted. HARRISBURG, Mar. 14.--The Highways Department has announced a shakeup in the personnel of its Held forces affecting a score and a half of persons. Fifteen appointments were made and 15 persons weie fired. Model Becomes Bride. SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Mar. 14.-Janice Jarrett, model who once was engaged to former G-man Melvin Purvis, was married here to Thomas Deely, an engineer, formerly Brov/nwood, Texas. The newlyweds started for Mexico to spend a shor honeymoon. Firemen Meet Wednesday. A special meeting o£ the Soutl- Connellsville Fire Department wil be held at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at the fire station. "Everyone is requested to be present," saic the r.otice. Pomona Grange Opposes Daylight Saving Plan Fayette County Pomona Grange No. 49, Patrons of Husbandry, as opposed to the observance ol daylightS saving time in the county or in any part of ihe county. A resolution setting forth that view was adopted Saturday at the quarterly meeting ol the grangers m Uniontown Odd Fellows Hall, the action being unanimously adopted. The resolution, signed by Master O. W. Hittenhouse and Secretary Viva E. Luce, follows: "' "Whereas, much o£ the work of the farmer and those engaged in agriculture in the summer time is delayed in the day until the dew and moisture of the night is dried by the morning sun; the afternoon must of necessity be the long hall day's work of the fanner. "And whereas, daylight saving time is not only a great inconvenience to him in this and other respects, but results in an added expense which he cannot afford, as well as delay In his usual and essential work at and during the harvesting season. "And whereas, Fayette County Pomona Grange No. 49 is coextensive with the said county of Fayette, and with a membership comprising farmers and those interested in agriculture from all sections of said county. "Now, therefore, be it resolved that Fayette County Pomona Grange No. 49 oppose the establishment of daylight saving time in Fayette county, or in any part of the county. "Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be sent to the city council and to the Chamber of Commerce of the cities of Uniontown and Connellsville, respectfully, and copies ije given to the press." Male Chorus Group To Meet Thursday The Presbyterian Male Chorus will rehearse at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night at the Presbyterian Church. The chorus will sing Sunday night at the Third Presbyterian Church at Uniontown. Asks Divorce Dismissal. HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 14.--Helen Vinson, blond film star, today applied tor a dismissal oJ her. divorce suit against her internationally-famous tennis-professional husband, Fred Perry. .. .when you can turn the waiting months into ease and comfort. 1VOH unnecessary ijiscojnforfc and J\. alter regrets by preparing your body now for that door baby's coming. A mas- cage medium and Bkln lubricant. caUed Mother's Friend, helps to relieve and prevent, during the carrying period, skin, tightness...abdominalskin breaks...dry dun...caked breasts. Mother's Friend: refreshes and tones the skin. An ideal massage product for the tired back muscles. It Is scientific In composition-composed or highly beneficial Ingredients --externally npplitd--pure and safe Quickly absorbed. DeUghUnl to use. Highly prated by users, many doctors and nurses. Time-tested for 'over 00 year*. Millions of bottles sold. Just ask any dniBElat for Mother's Friend--the. sfcln Xuorlcant, Try It tonight. Mother's Friend jor Expectant Mothers Chirm's Stock Turnover at cost and below cost 35 Ibs. Kooflntr, 1 ply, roll 90c 49 Ibs. Booflnr, 2 ply, roll $1.10 55 Ibs. Roofing, 3 ply, roll S1.20 65 Ibs. Kaoftne, 4 ply, roll Sl.'JO 70 Ibs. Roofing, 5 ply, roll 52,25 5 gel. Asphalt Roof Paint ?1.38 Galvanized Root Nails, 3 Ibs. 25c Galvanized Staples, 4 Ibs. ZSo 8p to 60p Nails, 6 Ibs. ... . ZSc 5 ft. Stepladders, strong 51.00 6 ft. Stepladders, strong S1.20 38 ft. Extension Ladders $11.00 33 ft. Extension Laddrs $12.50 36 ft. Extnslon Ladders $14.00 80 Rod Heavy Barb Wire $3.20 80 Rod Light Barb Wire ?Z.EO 100 Ibs, Smooth Wire ..... SS.90 3 ft. Heavy Chicken-Rabbit Fence, 1 in botton, roll ._ S3JZ5' 4 ft. Fence, as above -------- $4.25 5 ft. Fence, as above -- /_$5.00 10 Bod 3 Foot Farm Fcnce'S1.75 10 Rod 4 Foot Farm Fence §5.75 3 ft. Lawn Fence, roll ...$10.50 No. 40 Plow Points ---- 70c Garden Forks Garden Rakes .. Long Handle Shovels Mop Buckets Lard Cans ,, Horse Collars --- ; -- $2.75 Horse Pads _____________ . __ 50c Grindstones (no stands) $2.50 SOc 45c SOc SOc 45c New Police Chief. Clarence 1. Wmship has been elected chief of police at North Char- lerol Borough, succeeding George Dennis who retired two months ago. ThaHteh (scabies) In 30 linuies! Avoid the embsrrawKent and dii- e n m f o r t of 1 i'UIl (Scabies). Oo to j o u r driM.rl'st a -'I RC* R bottle nf OATCK S.1NA'iiYB L U ' L I O N U Mils o \ c r j Ih'h t m i c It to iclies In 10 ruin -ite- Money baefe If ne*L E:i(I=fied. At A. A CLirkc's Drugstore. ROUTMAN'S Never Too*Late . For a Bargain Like This! / Special New Purchase to 169 Fur Coats --Black Caracul --Sifvertone Muskrat -Black Pony --Mink Muskrat '84 \Ve could only get a few of these magnificent Fur Coats al a Saving of nearly one halt, so come In at once and look them over. Rich pelts with fine close curl, and a silky sheen that seems very expensive. In tlie simple boxy silhouette that keeps its chic indefinitely. Enjoy OUT Easy Budget Terms! New Silver Fox Scarfs, single $69.50 New Silver Fox Scarfs, double . $125.00

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