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CAPITAL DEBUTANTES IN SWEETHEART ROLES Take Pirt in Tableaux Presented I by Hector's Aid of St. Mar- i caret's Church. With Capital debutantes taking the leading parts, an elaborate tableaux, “Sweethearts of All Ages.” was pre aented Friday at the Willard Hotel When You Shop at Goldenberg* s—U s e Our Free Parking Space —lt Is Opposite Our Bth Street Entrance ' New Purchase to Begin the 2nd Week of Our Anniversary! You'll Love These Smart and Crisp Sen s4s Axminster and Velvet Rugs A f , fled . & Criss - Cross Curtaiiis To bz%in the second week of this great sale we have made this great pur- , •< Jmm I J 3 . et ,ss " nss ’ Griss chase of high-grade Axminster and Velvet rugs— to sell at'way lower than r 1 | 9x12-Foot Amm?, - ,e C.ross Cross A /^\ usual 1 Over 40 artistic, new designs and colors, including: the popular new f Room Size /% w* / a* < band-border «fc. All p.*..*- _ I OOC 55C O/C $ 1 $47.50 Fine Axminster and Regular $27 and $29 $35 and S4O Axminster and . ‘ ffi&J Velvet Rugs at Only Seamless Axminster Rugs Velvet Rugs at Only Four Attractive Lots—At Anniversary Prices! \) Over hall a hundred new <T» S Perfect quality Axmin- Nery serviceable rugs A Ruffled styles and-criss-cross styles in many different materials and a v Jjr I 'V patterns also new plain sters. You’ll like the fine I the majority are perfect—a /J-\- patterns. All with wide valance and tie-backs. At such great reductions 5% |l A "Tfjj. hrnadloom stvles 9x12-ft. cIV/ assortment of colors. A X few slightly imperfect. Good -A- /mwEgmWKffjUSLJka you should re-curtain your home now! |p || |t \\qr room size. room size. designs. ft. and 9x12. | * Rugs, Special at Axminster Rugs /BpPPi’Sl Beautiful New Velour Portieres A famous make at our F* f\ Long-wearing rugs in A size— feet Q 54 in. wide 72 in. wide 100 in. wide Anniversary price! Sturdily highly colored Oriental de- / —is an unusually aJU * to pair. 5C.75 to pair. •SO 75 to nair SO 75 woven—deep pile. No seams. / signs, good patterns and wUCj attractive bargain! 5 Persian $9 00 grade sl2 95 drade "** ei/gs * It O 9x12-ft. size. plain band borders. 9x12-ft. size. designs. fi raae grade v/ $16.95 grade X The color combinations in — Felt-Base Rucrs for Smaller Rooms „ Ros « and Taupe . . . Rose and Blue . . . Rose and Gold . . . Blue and Gold . . . Blue and # Mulberry . . . Rose and Green . . . Blue and Taupe . . . Blue and Brown . . .'Taupe and Covering 4 Variety of New Patterns in Serviceable Axminster Mulberry. Grade 6% Grade 4V T Jj-g-gg * vrW Axminster and Velvet Rugs m. . C ° nf9 lnZg and o!Z‘Make. $30.00 Heavy grades in an immense variety £ ra de g** a e £a\D —j s being used more and more by TF "W" *W* I 1 ’W *W fk g^s of smart designs for Fall and Winter. Here is a size that is hard to find even at regular prices! thrifty-minded people. And note B ■ ■ ■ I | |J % J /% ■ M |j Perfects and seconds in the lot. Buy now 6fsxl2-ft. size for odd sized rooms. Good colors and designs. that there are no interest or extra I I 1 f I I *■« * %/ /■■ % I1 . while prices are lower. o«ue ß b,r,-k«,. D ,pt- D own ! ,t.ir, charges added. JL X T T 1 AX\ JL X Gayly Colored Cretonnes Rich Damask Drapes for Your Windows Steel Utility yd. r c J d * 59c^"de 69c $3.95 Overdi apes $4.95 Over dr apes $6.95 Overdrapes Pohinnfc AlllllllllUni J@L 14r 18r 2Rr 4 2c sl.79set $2-38 set s4.B4set W&IgMWM Cooking A J I ~ , “VV- Popular colors Extra Extra heavy -54 - Inch French pinch pleat drapea In aeverall .mart ahad.s-ivory, ~ .. || |B# Handsome new cretonnes for chair coverings, door and wide valance and 2-lnch valance -he av y fringe, -lined with sateen. Wide I green or 2-tone green and ivory. Ut£flSllS 111 ) E window panels, etc. Hundreds of stunning colors. fringe. Green, gold, rose, rust, blue, enough for single doors! Has adjustable shelves and is v/ iviioxiu c.nid.ntv.r» »—Fsnrth Floor Goidonb,r* s—Fourth Floor convenient for linens, dishes, etc. A Wonderful Anniversary Offering! • . IbfMiß V 3 to % -f- • • ri • X ■fefflaiii I ivin cr wk notn Nil i tpc 1 V lv U U 111 IJUIICa $2-97 a«S5g=:::::::::S paw— • —p— -v - — —— — r —.. n ~ r green or ivory. Just 50 at this price. $2.50 Coffee Percolators.... $1.89 - BB Ash V Cleanser Sifters qq c Stretcher I m . , veneer floor mop Griswold No. SI.BB Conner bottom HMk. ; Waterier; 5-lb Rourv and 60c size liq- 8 size Cast Iron Full size: with- boilerT No s ■ j bucket. Remotes palvanized iron u id veneer pol- Smooth inside out numbers. slz r ’ Nexen .; -A ■ ... IggNTmttf & dirt quickly. Essv to use. lab. finish. Rustless pins. makp Budget || 1 t* n t w IH er base At PRICE W PRICE V I J PRICE M W |1 at a “nsationaiiv low price leakproof hot dipped galvanized iron. Seam- "j»tch. a X X ,X X || N Green or red enamel finish. less covers. y' e * rTe,ous ®V . Three beautiful styles cov- Luxurious English leunge Three-piece suites in two ered all over in Persian taupe suites, covered all over in genu- I\ T e\V R'ldiator " > . C. T Ufl styles. Three-cushion sofa, mohair, three-tone jacquard ine mohair (100%) in lovely x 4 SkTO SO APPY 7 button-back armchair and club velour, rayon velour or colors, with reversible spring- IB Shields 'l l i 7 •%J\3 IxpCA checked jacquard sofa, button-back armchair Serpentine-front l ' 49c Electric Waslier -j . ' ~ r<> ~ jacquard velour. and club chair. Reversible roomy lounge chair and large *_ Famous “Blue Ribbon” Metal Bed—Less Than Half! $1.49 window AGreaterValue^ Eytr $6.75 Beds SB.OO Beds $lO Beds sl4 Beds sls Beds $lB Beds S2O Beds gerator |jj| "1 3-vane aluminum agitator, large I I $2-94 $3.94 $4.94 $6.94 $7.94 SB-94 $9-94 : P|. I Goldrnberr * rurnitsre Store— Afr»»» the Stere” on window sill ■■ i A Old On Our budget rlan .... ‘ *. W 4 Convenient and Thrifty Way to Purchase H-o usehold Need s..— Our BUDGET PLAN —No Interest or Extras by the Rertor«* Aid of St. Margaret s Episcopal Church. Mias Janet Richards, current events lecturer, acted aa a aourceress, whose magic reincarnated the sweethearts of yesterday. She presented first such well known characters as the Gibson Girl, the Dsbutante of the Gay 90s and the Merry Widow. Afu»r the opening group was de picted. Mrs C. C McDonnell ;-ar.g “The Sweetest 3tory Ever Told.” Then fol lowed ‘wo grandmothers of the 1860 period, opening the second group, which included the Crinoline Girls. Marie An toinette. Colonial. Dutch. Indian, Qua- j ker, and Puritan Maidens; Queen Ellz- I abeth. Turkish, Britanny, Spanish and I THE SUNDAY STAR. WASHINGTON, P. C.. OCTOPKR 25. 1931—PART OXP Scotch Girls: Pharoahs Daughter and a Titian Malden. Then came the girls of today. These i included A Vamp. The Rich Girl. The Prom Trotter. The Actress, The Widow, j the Football Fan. Our Housekeeper, The Movie Star and The Bride. Taking the part of the Goddess of I jberty. Flora McGill Keefer sang ‘ The ] Star Spangled Banner." Music lor the tableaux was furnish'd by Mrs. Caro- j llna Randoll, violinist, and Miss Vera McKechnie. acco*~ , par,st. Among thos* ,sho took part were Margaret Gibbons. Louise Hoehling, i Katharine Fuqua. Louise Harrtscn, Gwynn Ann Wyant. G'ne Woodson. Atlee Wirgmm. Evelyn Walker. Dorothy | Nicholson. Lucil’e Elliott. Ruth Moly- I neaux and Sue Pollard Boatwtight. 1 DIVORCED ACTRESS WILL ENTER FILMS Veteran Trouper. Once Retired, Ar rives in Movie Capital to Renew Career. By the Associated Press HOLLYWOOD. Calif . October 24 W’ith a divorce decree in her pocket book and film offers in the hands of 1 her attorney, Bayone Whipple, a veteran j trouper of stage and vaudeville, eame-to j Hollywood yesterday to begin anew a career as an actress, this time in the films. Last week in. Reno, she obtained a divorce from Walter Huston, featurrd film player and for many years her part ner in vaudeville and on the stage They started out In 1912 as "Whipple and Huston.” were married in Little Rock, Ark., in 1915 and separated three years ago. Miss Whipple never has be?n in mo tion pictures. Five years ago she ! thought she retired from everything connected with acting. The call was too strong, however, and she has de- | cided to try her hand before the camera Noted for her portrayals of character parts in the legitimate stage from New York to London, xhe will confine her acting in films to these roles. Her former husband came to the screen aeveral years ago and has gained considerable success as a film villain. He said they are still ‘‘old friends.” It is understood that the divorce brought her a settlement of $150,000 and $5,000 a year for the remainder of h«r life. I * Pilot Killed as Motor Stalls. SAO PAULO. Brazil. October 24 C4* —Hans Guay, airplane pilot, was killed today when his plane's motor stalled while he was performing at a flying ex ' hibition here. WOOD’S NAVY CHARGE TERMED ‘COWARDLY’ Ex-Officer Demands House Chair man Quit or Retract Statement. By the Associated Press THETFORD. Vt, October 24 —Porter Adams of Boston last night sent to Chairman Wood of the House Appro priations Committee • telegram de-1 mending that Wood cither reaign from Congress or retract his chargee that naval officers were spreading falsehoods to Influence public opinion against Navy budget reductions. Adams, a former president of the National Aeronautical Society and a naval officer during the war, referred to Wood's charges as “cowardice" and j "cheap criticism.” "As a taxpayer whose monev you are paid to disperse.'* the telegram said. In part. I resent your yellow yowls as*d hope you will have the decency either to retract your accusations against the fine patriotic body of men who are pre vented from replying to them, or resign at once as a representative of the i people "