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Mrs. Taft Takes Party of Friends
To Mount Vernon Aboard the Sylph
.Tea Will Be Served Just Before
Leaving for Return Trip to
MRS. TAFT and a party ot
friends took advantage of the
beautiful weather today and
are en route to Mt. Vernon,
aboard the President's yacht, the Sylph.
They left Washington shortly after 2
o'clock and tea will be served aboard
the little craft just before they return.
Araonc those with Mrs. Taft" are Mrs.
A. Garrison McCUntock, Mrs. J. M.
Johnson, and Mrs. Rae.
Wlth the exception of a few informal
dinners this evening. Ash "Wednesday
is being strictly observed, and-the'eo-cl&l
calendar is blank. 1
"Washington's smart set is ; displaying-
considerable Interest in the forth
coming presentation of Preston Gib
son's latest work. "Grabbe and Runnc,',
a musical farce In two acts, which will
be produced by the players' (Jlufi of
fVuhington at society's theater, the
Playhouse, on February 19, and con
tinue for the balance of the week. Sev
eral prominent local charitable organi
sation will be the. beneficiaries.
The cast of forty-five, which Includes
a chorus of attractive girls and young
men, has been selected from the best
talent that the .players Club contains.
The orchestra, which will be a large
ae, will be under the direction of the
composer of the music, Louis lungerich
The scenery for the production, which
was designed by a well-known artist. Is
being built by professional stage car
penters and scene painters, and will
? be a revelation to those who have In
i mind the kind of scenery usually seen
In amateur productions. The setting of
i the second act Is especially attractive,
, showing the exchange1 of an Atlantic
t fcCity hotel, with .tall French windows
' at the back, through which can be seen
a view of beach and ocean. It is In this
act that the bathing girl chorus will
Costumes for the play are all artis
. tic and tasteful. They are being made by
P a costumer especially engaged for that
work,and the summer outfits for the men
will be supplied by a fashionable haber
f dashery establishment.
"Grabbe and Runne" promises to be
equal to most of the professional mu
steal comedies, which people will go
t -to see, not only because It Is given for
"sweet charity," but also because It is
"worth the money."
Mr. Justice and Mrs. Pitney have Is
sued invitations for a dinner on Feb
ruary 2 in honor of the President and
Mrs. Taft. They entertained a dinner
company last night preceding the re
ception at the White House, when sev
eral of the Cabinet members and their
wives and several of the associate jus
tices of the Supreme Court and their
wives were guests.
William F. R. Hltt will give a dance
at the Country Club on Friday night,
when Miss Taft, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Gotlet Gerry, some of the younger di
plomats and others to the number of
120 will be guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Wales, the
former a brother of Mrs. Ellhu Root,
gave a charming flower ball at the
Playhouse last night for their dangh-
tcr. Miss Ruth Wales, when Miss Taft !
and others to the number of 150 were
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan AVyeth enter
tained a number of young people at
dinner last night, having In the party
Miss Powell. Miss Marian Wise, Miss
Alice Whiting. Miss Mary McCauley,
Mss Flichtler, Philip Brooks Robinson.
Jamec Phillips, Ernest Wllklne, Jack
Palmer, and Hugh Rowland.
The Brazilian ambassador has gone
to New York to remain for several
days, and It' is thought that at the end
of that time, Madame da Game will be
able to return to Washington with him.
Miss Frances Anderson, of 1819 Nine
teenth street, has sent out cards for a
tea on February 15 to meet Mrs. Davis
Mrs. James Brown Scott, I13S Wyom
ing avenue, will spend the remainder of
tne month at Panama.
Mrs, Walter Howe has sent out cards
for a tea on Saturday at 6 o'clock.
Copyright by Edmonstra.
MISS ELIZABETH NOYES,
Who Will Be Maid of Honor at Mar
riage of Her Sister, Miss Ruth Noyes,
To Dr. Ralph W. McDowell, U. S. N.
Mrs. L. Z. Letter entertained at dinner
last night for her house guests, the
Misses Loring. of Prides Crossing; the
French Ambassador and Madame Jus
serand being in the distinguished com
pany. The Misses Loring will return to
Prides Crossing on Friday, after a
series of brilliant entertainments here
In their honor.
Miss Fairbanks, of Decatur, 111., Is
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. John V
Tlmmons at her home, In Rhode Island
avenue, and will remain here for sev
eral weeks. On Saturday. February 15.
Commander and Mrs. Timmons will
give a dinner at the Chevy Chase Club
In honor of Miss Fairbanks.
Congressman William B. McKlnley
will entertain a large stag dinner party
tonight In honor of Congressman Cul
lop. . t i cu xr. -vnrr I
Airs, xxerucri. jiiju'i.lii w- ivr
who was the guest or ner parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gibbons, at An-1
napolls. and will later be the guest of j
Commander and Mrs. Bulmer at the
arae place, will return to Washington j
on February 15.
MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. Leonard Wood
have as a guest Miss Isabel Beckurts,
of Haverford, Pa., who went to the
White House with her lost night, for
the Army and Navy reception. Miss
Beckurts will return to her home to
morrow Miss Judson, of New York,
niece of Mrs. Wood, who has been her
guest for some time, will remain here
for several days longer.
Miss Dorothy Rowe, the debutante
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Rowe.
of Reading. Pa., who has been the
guest for tome time of Pay Director
John Ross Martin and Mrs. Martin, will
leave Washington Saturday for her
One of the prettiest teas of tho season
was given yesterday afternoon In the
colonial room of the Shoreham, wlfen
the senior clas of the Washington Semi
The guests were rtcelvcd by Mrs.
Thomas J. Howerton, assisted by the
class member, Miss Zelgler. Miss Mar
garet Barker, Miss Caro Barker, Miss
Helen Chapln, Miss Margaret Clarke,
Miss Eulah Arbogast. and Miss Mar
garet Melick. Mls Jesse Lane poureTl.
The tables were decorated with the
class colors of yellow and violet, and
Mrs. Howerton and each of the girls
assisting carried a doublo bouquet of
violets, with yellow Jonquils suspended
from yellowrlbbons on their .arms.
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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1933.
A BRAND NEW
Senator and Mrs. Newlands
Givei Dinner in Honor of
President and Mrs. Taft.
The President and Mrs. Taft are ac
cepting 'a number of Invitations for the
last month of the Administration, and
on February ID Senator and Mrs. Kow
Iands will give a dinner In their honor.
Mrs. Thomas F. AValsh, whose com
plete retirement from society was
brought about on account of tlin death
of her husband several years ago, will
bo seen In the capacity of hostess for
the first time at tne grand opera on
Friday, when she and her guests wjll
occupy two boxes.
Mrs. Walsh has also issued invita
tions for several luncheon and. dinner
The British Ambassador and Mrs.
Bryce have issued invitations for a din
ner party on February 21.
Miss Emily Tuckerman-entertained a
number of guests at luncheon today.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Rolljns Morse, of New
York, who have taker! tho house at 1721
I street for the season, will entertain at
Mrs. Charles W. Richardson enter
tained at dinner last evening. Her
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Lcgarc. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson,
Mrs. Dlmock Hutchinson, Mrs. Walter I
Tuckerman, Miss Patten. Miss Sheridan,
Miss Katherlne Jennings. Mlrs Gladjs
Hinckley, Lieutenant Commander
D'Azy,, of the French Embassy; Mr. de
Sartlges, also of France; H. de Bach,
of the Russian Embassy; W. Bowie
Clarke, and Charles W. Richardson, Jr.
After the dinner Mrs. Richardson and
her guests attended the Wales dance
at the Playhouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson will
entertain at a dinner at the Alibi Club
Miss Ruth Moody is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Edgar King, wife of Captain
King, U. S. A . at their residence In
Park road. Miss Moodv Is the daugh
ter of Capt. Thomas M. Moody, U. S. A.
Major J. Thomas Turner, U. s. A.,
and Mrs. Turner announce the mar
riage yesterday of their daughter. Miss
Grace Roberta Turner, to John Ran
Mrs. Samuel Spencer will be the guest
of honor tomorrow, when Georgia day
will be celebrated bv the Southern In
dustrial Educational Association In
their headquarters. In the Southern
building. All Georgians and other
friends will be cordially welcomed. Mrs.
Lamar Lipscomb will preside at the
se0r Don Hector Velasquez, recently
app0,nted to this country as minister
xrom Paraguay, arrived hre today, and
arrangements will at once be made for
him to prcsnt his credentials to tho
Pres'dent. He was formerly minister
of foreign affairs for Paraguay, and Is
tho first representative of his govern
ment in Washington in eight ears,
when the relations of the two countries,
through the medium of a Iegutlon, wero
Dates for At Homes.
Mrs. Grrald M. Johnson, of the North
umberland, will not be at home this
afternoon, owing to the death this morn
ing of her father, Frederick B Dalryni
plc. Mrs. McLean, wife of Senator George
P. McLean, of 1711 New Hamiihlrc ave
nue, will receive tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. L. B. Swormstedt will receive
tomorrow and again on February 20.
Mrs. J. Wythe Cook and Mrs. M. M.
Crenshaw will receive tomorrow and
again on February 31.
Mrs. George T. Kmallwood will receive
tomorrow afternoon, at 353) Sixteenth
Mrs. William B. West. lSO'Wjomlng
avenue, will receive tomorrow.
Mrs. J. Eakln Gadsby will receive to
morrow. Mrs. Gilbert M. Ilftrhcock will receive
tomorrow, at 1712 I street. . .
(jWWWuWi! rt i m m
For The Times' Children
BOBBY JONES looked out of his
box one night and saw Drusllla
sitting on tho floor. "What are
you doing there?" ho asked.
"Did you fall out of bed?"
"I have not been In bed," answered
DrusIIIc, with a sigh.
"What Is that all around you?"
"I don't know what it is," said Dre
sllla, "but It is most unpleasant. I
feel very uncomfortable."
Bobby went Into his box after asking
Drusllla a few more questions" and re
ceiving short answers, but he was
awake early In the morning and looked
through the lid of his bbx when the
door to the plaroom opened and In
came Drusllla's little mother.
Bobby saw her walk to whero Dru
sllla was sitting and reach down to
pick her up. She pulled Drusllla by
the arm. but she did not lift her.' Then
she began to cry, and soon her cry
was a scream, and the nurse and
mother came running Into the room.
"I can't pick her up," she cried. "I
want my Drusllla and I can't pick her
Then Bobby saw the nurse go out
and come back with a basin of water
and a cloth. The cloth was wet and
sopped around the place where Dru
sllla sat, but still she was not moved.
"Get a knife," said the big mother,
and the nurse went out again.
"Oh! dear. I wonder If they are going
to cut Drucllla," thought Bobby Jones,
ihlvering In his box. "Drusllla does
have the most startling adventures, but
I gueM this one will be the very worst
she over had."
Just then the nurse returned with the
knife and Bobby Jones sank deeper
into his box when ho saw the Ion,?
But he ventured to look, after wait
ing to hear Drusllla cry out and no
The nurse was using the knife on the
floor around Drusllla, and seemed to
be cutting something, but still Drusllla
did not make a sound.
After what seemed to Bobby to bo
hours, he saw the nurse pull DrusllU
off the floor and her little mother
clasped her In her arms.
you will have to throw away her
clothes," he heard the big mother say,
and then they went out and closed the
That night Bobby waited Impatient
ly for the house to be quiet, and hs
so'on as It was ho peeped his head out
of his box.
"What In the world has happened
to you, Drusllla?" he asked. "I guess
FOR TIMES WOMEN
What Is Seen
. ...t. nJ nnnal.l.nt rflf-rPH
AH a IllU"t "" .V!..-w...i. o
slon from the low worn trim
mings for hats of the winter
.,.. ninndlnc alK-
scasoii, sic i"o "i-
. .. .t..nv.hi .an" of velvet.
rets, reainern. .""-v --
let fancies, ribbons, cords, leaves, etc..
which are tne aicmic "',""
spring and summer millinery. Alg
rets arc made of different materials,
some are of small flowers closely
packed together, and feathers are made
f strange shapes-some P"'
straight and some are made o resemble
the question mark. Long splke-Iike Jet
ornaments give the tailored touch to a
hat. which touch is often more neces
sary than most women Imagine.
Very dressy hats are all too frequent
ly worn with expensive tailored cos
tumes, but the new trimmings In which
.eTerl y Is the keynote will preserve he
tullored eneci. -- - -
"tore which is on the north side of F
street, not far from tho corner of
Twelfth, has all the new styles and
trimmings. At the fur and hat shop
junt a few doors below are to be found
separate flowers for trimming In a vari
ety of shapes, sires, and colors.
Some of the winter stock of blankets
Is being disposed of by the department
stores with the most forethought, al-
though many ui i h- -Hue
largely to the fact that extra bed
d"ng will I be Required during the luaug-
Sheridan ao.io-s-t Miles Awty. Toiay.
Virginia. Sheridan's Ride. 3 Reels.
this Is the very worst adventure you
eer bad. isn't it?"
"Well, it was pretty bad." replied
DruRllia. "but I think being almost
drowned was the most dangerous.J3ut
this was terribly stickyat-flrst; after
that It was -not so bad until they used
tne Knuc. , ,
"Did they cut you?" asked Bobby.
"No. of. course they didn't, Bobby.
Jones. Do you think I should be able
to sit up If they had? But It was far
from pleasant to have the dreadful
thipg used around you."
"But what did they do with the
knlfo?" asked Bobby, beginning to
think that Drusllla would never" get
to the real cause of her trouble.
They used the knife to cut me out
of It." answered Drusllla.
"To cut you out of what?" asked"
Bobby more mystified than ever.
"Oh! didn't you know what hap
pened?" asked Drusllla, looking at
Bobby with a glare.
Bobby only shook his head this time,
he did not want to break the spell
now that Drusllla had started to talk.
"Why the glue pot that man left
who was repairing my chair and bed,
was tipped over somehow and the glue
run all over the floor around where J
sat. so I Just stuck to the floor. My
clothes were ruined, and they thought
at first It would not come off my body,
but It is almost off. r don't feel quite
right, but I guess I am lucky to escape
as well as I did. It was Just too dread
ful.Mhough, when they tried to pull me
up from tho floor." . .
"Yes. I saw them," said Bobby, when
Drusllla stopped for a minute, "but you
were so quiet when they used the knife
that I was sure they were not hurting
"After anyone had been through the
adventures that I have had," replied
Drusllla, "they learn to control their
nerves. Good-ntght Bobby Jones, I
want to get some sleep If I can to
nlght.'' Tomorrow's story: "Johnny's Wish.
WHO WANT TO KNOW
in The Shops
uratlon. The department store In Sev
enth street, between D and E, is selling
$3 gray wool blankets at J1.79 the pair.
They are light but warm and will do
service for quite a time.
For summer lingerie the Swiss em
broidery flouncing, which Is selling at
30 cents is excellent. Other values In
white goods are being offered at greatly
reduced prices at this establishment.
On the north side of F street, be
tween Ninth and Tenth, there is a
women's furnishing store which Is sell
ing one-piece dresses at almost cost
prices. .Most of the more attractive
cnes are of blue serge, with collars and
duffs of some contrasting material. Ono
ery plain llttlo dress ts only S. Others,
a trifle more elaborate, and made of
serge of a little better quality, are f$ 93,
J7.BS ana w.so.
Whllo many of the styles have long
eleeves, there are a few with elbow
sWves and sailor collars. Hlch-ln-the-
buck Robespierre collars arc on the
more expensive styles in plaid silk and
In corded materials.
Shirt waists In tailored ctyles are to
be had for (1 nnd $2, the former being
of good quality but heavy percale, and
Hie latter of washable silk.
nctlc Powder Is
hoioe hold necessity.
Non poisonous. Best
rermlelda or wash for
women. Recommended by physicians.
'.'3c. All druggists.
Bookltt and 8rnpl fr.
J. 8. TTsUCE. Cfc sM. W hbntcs. 9, C.
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Julia Murdock Says Hoffmann Sh'ofw 4 '
Needs Clothing More Than Closing
Dialtgut' Nit. Spicy, Although
Dancing .It Sensational, De
. - dares Critic.
LURED by, the' wiles-of the press
agent who bad billed! the show
as "the spiciest piece on. the
road." and eatlced by the crafty
advertising- which advised one to be
present oa opening: night, more than a
capacity audience gathered at 'the Be
lasco Monday night, to witness, the first
Washington -performance- of Gertrude
Hoffmann's new Winter Gardes revue,
Half an" hour before -the curtain rose
on the first scene, the attendants- at
the box .office were busy explaining
that .the fire laws prevented .over
crowding the 'aisles, and that they had
already sold allt the available standing
room, besides" packing cKslrsu into every
nook and crahnrjjoX ,tLe?prch"estra. rncz
gaolne and fcaleOny. ' '
The crowd. Tt per cent of them men,
had" come -te see' the "one hundred
fragrant rosebuds and shrinking violets
of the Gay Wtlte Way." Attracted by
the reputation of the Hoffmann shows
of other years, they came prepared and
hoping to be shocked at the display
of nude feminine charms and. lines of
Pretty Chonu Has .
Some Catchy Xvsic.
In'the first they were not disappoint;
ed. In the second they were.
"Broadway' to Paris" the attenuated
plot of which, by the .way. .Is founded
on the actual experiences ofx a former
male Washington dramatic critic Is
frankly an exhibition of the 'female
form divine, 'in' spots it Is a, lecture
on Anatomy, apparently appealing to. a
large proportion of the audience, but as
surely repelling others.
But to give the producer his due. It
Is decidedly clever in places, contains
a large- amount -of excellent vaudeville,
a number of musical hits of the essen
tially "rag" order, and a number of the
prettiest girls Washington has seen for
some time, not forgetting the beauty
chorus of "The Sunshine GirL,"
On the other hand the revu6 contains
It has been some time since Washing
ton "has had an opportunity of seeing
this danseuse back In the days of "The
Mimic World," If I remember rightly,
and It might not be bad tor the morale
of the community if as long a period
elapsed before Miss Hoffman's next
First Hoffmann Dance
Comes Eaily la Flay.
There are four Hoffmann numbers in
the present piece two Interpolated
dances and two rags which fit the re
rralnder of the score as well as any ot
the other numbers. The first Hoffmann
csque occurs before the audience is
fairly aware that th. curtain has risen.
The scene la a bar-, olack-wailed room
with a huge gilt .r.me In the back
ground. Within '.IiIj frame Is a living
replica of Sir Burne-Jones' "Vampire,"
with Miss Hoffmann as the woman and
Lee Chapln as the man. Follows u
dance which fairly reeks with voluptu
ousness, fairly saturated with sensuali
ty. In fairness to the audlenceI must
say that the applause was very Hgni
and almost entirely in the back of the
hnnae but then there Is no such thing
as a claque In Washington.
The next Hofimann numner is a
clever little dance entitled "The
Hoffmann Glide." and the second act
Is opened by snother exhibition of
nudity under the guise of classic
danclns: of the "Blue Danube" and
other walties. While the sensual ap
peal In the "Garden of Girls" is not
as strong as In the "panse Dracula."
the expose of all that goes to make
900 St Street N.W.
Ck.SU it. Eye $tt.N.W.
A complete winter stock
of Ladles'. Men's, Boys .
and Children's Cloth
ing and Fornlihtnst.
Fine llns of Millinery.
Ton hare the satlsfsc
tlon ot wearing the
clothes while paying for
Open Until P. M.
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MlSii MARION STJNSHIHE.
up a successful chorus girl is even
The star closes her portion of the
entertainment with a bicycle song;
"Ride Mt AroUnd With You, Dearie."
where she manipulates a bicycle
'While dressed In little or nothing
mostly the latter followed by a
chorus costumed in the same back-to-nature
scheme. I don't know If
tho Belasco stage Is steam-heated,
but if it isn't It should be.
The remainder of. the performance
is along the well-known musical
comedy lines, -with a number of nov
elties, " most" of which are Injected
Into the last act. Principal ambng
tfcfse Is an extremely clever, chorus
number, "The Merry. Merry Maidens
of the Old Front Row," where the
male chorus, gowned III Gafnsbor
ough costumes;, takes tne. .place ot the
better-known show girls;'
But even here the Hoffman craze
for scanty clothing shows itself and
the men shed a portion 'of their cloth
ing at each verse until at last they
are in true "pony" attire. While
reminiscent of a college production,
this number was among the best ap
plauded of the evening.
Three acts recruited from vaude
elllo also came 'In for a large share
of the applause, of the last act. The
first of these was Pletro Dlero, with
h's plano-accordlon; the second, "The
Skatells," with some remarkable dan
cing on roller skates; and the last
and most pretentious, the Ahem
troupe of comedy oycllsts, who pro
vided a rousing finale to the entire
" A novel touch was also added to the
production by halng the characters in
troduced by Venus and Apollo, as Is the
custom In French revues. The two
mythological deities, in modern garb,
also took part In the piece and were not
averse tt singing some strictly up-to-date
songs Apollo (George Austin
Moore) rendering "Take Me to That
Swanee Shore" and "Paree's A Branch
of Broadway," while the goddess of
uent (Miss Edith Hopkins) sang "Let
Me Show You Paris" and "Yankee
Doodle," the latter a crashing George
Serge and Broadcloth
Street Dresses for
In the very newest Paris and
New York fashions for spring
Evening Dresses. . .$7.00
One-piece Dresses.. $5.00
Work guaranteed and models
Phone North 3501-y.
NOTICE TO WOMEN
Fslllns fcilr. oly h&Ir. dandruff, tlcnt
ealp. etc.. correctly treated by uptrti at
th office ef
HATTin M. SHACKLETTE
IMSH F St. X. W. ratine M. 3474.
Only Women and Children Tretted.
croatstaniUns tickets for treatments
will NOT be valid after Jane 13. 191S.
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diane, ancf Swift Make Pre-
Cohan selection which formed the 8mM
to the first vact. '
The two Juvenile roles were,, appor
tioned to Miss Marlon SaaeMae fate of
Tempest & Sunshineand'' James ,C
Duffy. The former "Sead. Me a Fel
low", and the duet Til Find "a Be
were both encored" to the echo, as "was
Miss Louise. Dresser's- "My. Heavenly
Man." Miss Dresser's name," by the
wsy. did net appear on the program, &w
It did not take the audience loag; te dis
cover who she "jTes.t y y
Ralph Austin and Dave Jones, aajtwo
detectives, provided, mot-ot.tbe-eoe4y
ot the. evening, partlclpatia in. "The
Hoffmann Glide" and 'The' Eye That
Never Sleeps" where 'feasale. Bherieek.
Holmes wandered, about Is ghtsl.- -'
Barney 'BeraasdeHettedta.eerttlii."; or
rather 'UflceWaiB; r-ant.e-letteh4er
wRhhls .Hebrew; charaeterlsatfG. wK4te
the ,rear;Ja9ghlc Mt of the 'eventac
was the'rtiBawaj-,"oFBe''tf whlclrJeeh
Schrode and "James Hrrt'fermed the
legs.. - . -"
As I mentioned before, the cherus
was fully up to all standards of f esata
Ine. pulchritude and there was very Ht
tle of this left to' the. Imagination, par
ticularly In the last scene. WhHe T
would not care to go so far as -to advise
the proper authorities.to close the show;
I think It would be most 'advisable, to
clothe It! JXJWA MURDOCK.
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1512 M 5THEET.
Ii Ov fiul Qwma :Sk
Ererr Garaieat la Marked
at H Price or Ics. . ,
For Thursday W Offer-
Daicag 6 Inmg Drays
Danetes; Dresses '-
15 Round Length Mod
Chiffon- and Beaded
Net. Formerly SJO.
5 Evening Gowns
Brocade. Chiffon, and -
Robes. Formerly up
to JS5 at .-.33J
7 Evening Gowns - of
Robes. Formerly up
to $125. at ...- ssetoa
6 Mb3el EVeni ntr
Gowns ot Imported
RohfiR. . Formerlv un
to 1175. now $7o.00
CriOD l-tb. 1ot to the barret-
between Cream Blend
Flour and "some other
brand" frequently t repre
sents the difference be
tween success and failure
on baking day.
Don't start your baking
at a disadvantage make ,
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