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Men’s 15c Linen
Handkerchiefs 12 for $1 Pure Irish linen with hem stitched borders. Plain white only. Perfects. M«ln Floor_ I For DOLLAR DAY in the June Demonstration Sate we've made extraordinary preparations and secured unusual discounts. You are assured really extraordinary savings—even better-than~before values at ONE DOLLAR. Come—share—you won't be disappointed! x Phone NAtional 5220. ons are an Index to the INCREASED Especially Bought! $2, $3 NEW HATS Large Flops! Leghorns! Crepes! Taffetas! Softies! _even large sneer hraid monels marvelous ■ variety in white and pastel shades. 1 Main Floor—goeond Floor I You Put It to Work Here Tomorrow! Clearance! - Hosiery Women’s $1 Seco Hosiery J^reitulars—full-fashioned silk chiffon; O ^ oa or plain welts, picot edge. Smart A TIITS. ^ H Sronier shade*. » 69c Mesh Hose 2 Pairs for Beam back, me um mesh, picot C Ige. A number of ^ cades Irregulars. 39c Chardonize Hose, 4 Prs. for Doll twist rayon; jWon marks, seam C kcIc. A number of ™ cages Perfects and regulars. Boys 39c Sport Hose, 4 Prs. for 7 8-lengths; full c elasitc plain ribbed ^ cuff tops. All per fects. Children’s 25c &. 29c Anklets, 6 prs. Rayon and lisle anklets—plain with § contrasting novelty cuff tops. Goldpnbfrj'n—M»in noor. _ Boys* Clothing rand-New Shipment! Boys’ $1.00 Wash Suits 2 for Sh< irt sleeved or sleeveless mod i of high-grade broadcloths, lambrays and linens. A great aortment of styles and colors, jres j to 8 years. L49 & $1*79 Bathing Suits Bpecd and suspender models in plain or ncy colors. Skirt or tank styles. Sire* *r to 36. oys’ 39c, 59c & 79c Blouses, 4 for Perfects and Ir (Uter sport or $ gss styles. Good v wrtment, 6 to 16 Koys’ $1.50, $2 & $2.50 Sweaters BUf-wool pullovers, b 1 e e v e 1 ess. to or fancv. Sizes to 36. loys’ $1.50, $2 & $2.50 Pants Cashable plus - 4 Okers. flann-o- $ 11 longies and cool th longies, 10 to Boys’ 59c and 79c Knickers, 2 for Linens, cotton coverts and khakis, 7 to 18. Also Eng lish shorts, 5 to 16 yrs. Boys* 59c and 95c Shirts, 2 for Sport collar and short sleeves. White S plain or fancy. Per fects and irregulars. Boys’ 79c and $1 Koveralls, 2 for Discontinued styles. 3 to 6 yrs. £ Aiso play suits, 3 to 8 and overalls 8 to 16. Cioldenbcrg’s—Third Floor A Manufacturer’s Samples— f| Women,8 $1 and S1.50 / Cotton Lingerie, 2 for (Choose from gowns, slips and pajamas—of soft Madcloths, cotton crepes, etc, They will go inlckly, so come early. \ (iold-nbrrx’s—^wond Floor Housefrocks $1.00 Daytime Frock*, 2 for In pretty sheers, linenes and prints. Regular and extra sizes. $1.00 Hoovers 2 for Broadcloth u n 1 - forms and hoovers— & white and colors. ^ Sizes 34 to 46. 59c Bungalow Aprons, 3 for Fancy printed ^ aprons -bungalow $ style. Medium and large sizes. Golrirnberr'i—Second Floor Lingerie Women’s 79c Cotton Slips, 2 for Pine lingerie, cloth strap and built-up shoulders Lace trimmed and tai lored. Sizes 36 to 52. 59c Cotton Slips 3 for Built-up and strap . styles In white and ^ flesh. Sizes 36 to 44. Women’s $1.00 Pajamas, 2 for One - piece paja mas in pretty fancy & prints. Dollar Day ^ special! 89c Cotton Crepe Gowns, 2 for White, flesh and peach with contrast ing trim. Regular and extra sizes. $1.69 Silk French Crepe Undies Dance sets, chem ise and panties In $ pastel shades. All sizes. Goldcnborr's—Second Floor. Dollar Day Special! Women’s 59c Hand Made Porto Rican GOWNS 3 for Dainty handmade Porto Rican gowns in white. flesh and peach. In regu lar and extra sizes. Goldrnberr'«—Second Floor SUCH VALVES! M’S SMART l FOOTWEAR m( Price TRAPS FORDS ks in Lot otin Each -All Heels Mr Perfect - • me Orders me Sold to Dealers Mila WOMEN’S SANDALS Leather Soles New Style* in Many Colors All Sizes As | Pictured Many | Styles 1 Boys’ & Girls’ $1.50 SUPPERS OXFORDS^ SANDALS ^ A* 1 Pictured f Knit Undies Women’* 50c Union Suits, 3 for Gauze cotton suits —sleeveless, knee length. Sizes 36 to Boys’ 25c Shirts & Shorts, 6 for Athletic shirts and shorts, of figured $ percales, elastic side. 26 to 34 Children’s Waist Suits, 4 for 39c values! Nain sook with garter at tachment. Sizes 2 to 12 years. Goldenberi',—Main Floor Notions 10c O. N. T. Cotton 14 Spools for 250-yard spools of black and white— S ^R ranging from num- M ber 40 to number 100. 39c “Modes*” 6 boxes for Nationally adver- £ atf Used napkins — one ™ H dozen to a package 39c National Cedar Bags, 4 for White lined, side ^ opening cedartzed $ bags—large enough I to hold three gar ments. Real protection. 29c Dress Shields Four Pairs for "Goldenberg Spe cial" double-covered £ ad nainsook shields in v ^R flesh and white. jB Sizes 2 and 3. Notions—Main Floor r. ■■ ■' i | Infants* Wear | Infants4 79c Dresses, 2 for Yoke, collar and sleeveless models; $ several pretty de signs to choose from. Infants’ 49c Gertrudes, 3 for Hand scalloped at top and bottom: but ton-on shoulder. Infants’ 79c Blankets, 2 for Part-wool In white *ith pink and blue borders. 36x50 Inch size. Infants’ 49c White Dresses, 3 for Soft nainsook; yoke and collar models. Set-in sleeves. 39c Rubber Sheets 4 for Heavy quality rub ber sheets with eye- $ V lets for pinning. ^ B 27x36 inch size. Goldm here's—Third Fl«»r I-1 | Towels | $1.50 Turkish Towels, 12 for 18x36-inch Ab sorbent Towels—col- $ ored plaid or jac- ^ quard border.-,. Limit, 1 dozen to customer. $1.94 Towel and Wash Cloth Set 6 Turknit 2-ply Wash Cloths. 3 Bath S Towels, 22x44 size and Bath Mat—all for $1. 29c Linen Crash 6 Yards for Warrented A11 - Linen Crash in as- $ sorted bright colored ^ borders. (Limit, 6 yards to customer). $1.39 Quilted Table Pads 54x76-inch Pads— for table, for mat- § tresses. Heavy qual- M ity. 35c Linen Huck Towels, 5 for Warranted all linen ; firm, close weave. Assorted col ored borders. 75c Linen Table Cloths, 2 for 52x52 -inch all- . linen cloths—fine § crash weave; colored borders. Goldrnbers'i—Mila floor Sheets & Domestics) 69c Bleached Sheets, 2 for 81x108 perfect seamless sheets; of 9 heavy unbleached sheeting. 15c Pillowcases 10 for Perfect quality, of a soft finish muslin. * 42x36-inch size. 79c Bed Spreads 2 for Double bed size. 80x105 Inches; seal- $ loped edges—woven colored stripes. $1.39 Mattress Covers (boxed ) Heavy sheeting rubber buttons and finished with tape edges. Full and twin sizes. $2 White Crochet Bed Spreads Double and single sizes — irregulars: 9 heavy woven grades. 35c Pillow Tick 4 for Feather proof and eolorfast tick in a 9 large size. 29c Fine Pillow Cases, 6 for 45x36. 42x36 sizes of 68x72 sheeting. 9 Heavy grades. 69c Oilcloth Covers, 2 for 54x54 - inch table covers — all perfect quality. Special for tomorrow ! Goldcnbrrt’*—M»m r_ Toiletries 10c Jergens’ Soap 2 Doz. for 24 cakes — Jergens Cl bath tablets—assort ment of odors. $1.69 Listerine Combination One 14-oz. antisep- OJ tic and two 25c tooth paste and a tooth brush. 10c Palmolive Soap 17 Cakes for A popular bath and toilet soap—buy a sup ply. $1.75 Melba Combination 75c Melba Lovme face powder; 50c skin cleans- V* er. 50c hand cream . All for *1. $1.50 Djer-Kiss Perfume, Oz. Djer-kiss perfume— CJ fascinating and lasting odor. Goldrnlirri'i—Main Floor 69c Table Cloths 2for $1 60x60 hand-blocked guar anteed tub-last Table cloths, with borders of black, blue, gold, red and green. TWO for $100. Main Floor 19c Voile* 8 w-s 1 40-inch plain color Chif fon Voiles, in white and a complete range of wanted colors. EIGHT YARDS for $1.00 Main Floor $2.50 Smart New Jewelry 3 pc,• Necklaces, earrings and bracelets to match — in pearl (effect) and metal. Main Floor Rayon Undies Women’s 50c Undies, 3 for Non-n;n and plain rayon: tailored or medallion trim: pan ties, step-in. bloom ers and vests. Children s 39c Undies, 5 for Plan rayon undies —vests, panties and bloomers In tailored styles. Pink only. Cioldenber* *—Main Floor. House Furnishings 16c Beverage Glasses New! Rim-striped glass- <m f es for fruit juices, water or £ yj | ££ ^ iced tea. Green and white, red and white or orange K V AA and white colors on crys- » JM tal clear glass! $1.39 Ironing Board $1.00 F o 1 ding style, padded and covered. $1.29 Garbage Can 10-gal. sir*, hot dipped galv. iron: lock-tlte cover $1.49 Wall Brush White goat hair; long handle, flexible $ socket. $1.75 Double Boiler Wear-Ever alumi num, 2-qt. slse with loop handles. $1.60 Floor Wax 2 - lb. can John son's wax, for floors, etc. $1.49 Electric Clock For the kitchen: ^ keeps accurate time, v Octagon shape. $1.39 Garden Hose $1.00 2 5 - f oot lengths, cor rugated mold ed rubber with couplings. $1.49 Step Ladder 6-ft. folding style, braced with steel rods. $1.39 Refreshment Set Pitcher and 18 glasses (several sizes). Crystal glass, optic design. $1.49 Roaster 18-inch oval alu- ^ mlnum double ^ roaster, self-basting. $1.25 Shellac H gallon, pure ^ gum shellac, orange 9 or white. $1.39 Table Lamp 14 inches tall; a pottery base; parch- ™ mentlzed shade. $1.24 Metal Vegetable Bin $ Sturdily made of metal—finished In green enamel. Go!d»nber»,*-D«iniilaln Slore. Certainly It’s Exciting News When Smart Fashions Like These Can Be Bought for So Little! ia ' "v « Summer Dresses A Host of Styles in Sizes for Misses & Women hven in these days of inflated prices you would never expect to find such good-look in $4 cleverly styled dresses at SI.47! -—Printed Rayon Crepes! —Pastel Rayon Crepes! . . Crepes in Sizes 14 to 44 Goldenberc's—Second Floor A Clear-Cut Demonstration of How You Can Save! Sale of Men s S1 &81S0 Shirts Sizes 14 to 17 Woven Madras Broadcloth Rayon Striped Madras Dobby Broadcloth Shadow-Tones, White Mesh Cloth Perfect, well-fitting shirts that would sell for $1 and SI.50 regu larlv. ( ollar attached, collar to match and neckband styles in new striped patterns, plain colors, novelty designs and whites. Guaranteed colortast. And a Big Sale of Men’s 55c Summer Ties Cool, casy-to-tie crepes, failles and foulards in light pastels or darker patterns in stripes, figures and plain colors. Silk lined. Goldrnberf'a—Main Floor. We Believe in Keeping Cool—Especially When the Sun Plays Hob With the T hermometer! Men s 51Z.5U and 515 Hot Weather SUITS At a Price That Demonstrates Savings in a Big Way Tropical Worsted Silky Mohair White Linens Summer Clads Palm Beaches Even you men who have tastes hard to suit can find exactly what you want in this great lot! Suits—as cool as can be and tai lored to hold that press. Don't let the heat bother you—not when as little as $8.65 can bring extra comfort. Sizes 35 to 46 for Regulars, Stouts, Slims and Shorts Direct Entrances to Men * Clothinr From K and ;th St*. A June Demonstration of Lower Prices—Famous Continental Make Screen Doors $ J.95 2.6x6.6 or 2.8x6.8 Sizea W a 1 n u t stained r r a m es— slack wire :loth filler. $2*19 2.6x6.6 or 28x6.8 Six** N a t u r al wood var n i a h e d f r a m es— r u a t-resist ing filler. $yj9 2.6x6.6 or 2 8x6.8 ft. Extra heavy cus tom frames. $3-9S 2.8x7 or 3x7 ft. Continental Screens for Your Windows_ 65c Extension Screens Hardwood frames—galvanized wire cloth filler. 24x33 or 24x37 sizes. 18x38 28x37 30x33 30x37 44c 69c 64c 64c Downstairs Btoro ME GRADUATED AT DUNBAR SCHOOL Series of Student Addresses on ‘*Our Heritage” Deliv ered at High School. Dunbar High School last night grad ated a class of 269 students in exercises presided over by Rev. F. I A. Bennett, a member of the Board of Education. The exercises were opened with the invocation by Rev. John L. S Holloman, after which Flaxie Pinkett delivered the first of a series of student addresses on "Our Heritage." She spoke on "Our Heritage in Science " Others in the series were Elizabeth Carter, on "Our Heritage in Music". Lucille Orr, on "Our Heritage in Literature.” and Mar jorie Holloman, on Our Heritage in History." Herman Bran-on concluded the student eddresse;, with a speech on "Our Responsibility in the Light of Our Heritage ” Joseph Wood, violinist, and Oliver Sinrms. pianist, played Sirr.na' own • Nocturne." Choral singing completed the program. Garnet C Wilkinson announced th« honors for the class and Dr. Bennett aw aided diplomas to the following William F Aden. Ernest W. Ander* son. Thomas H Andrews, Irvin Barnes, jr ; William H. Barnes, Charles S. Beckwith. Theodore F. Bland, Herman R. Branson. James N Brown. John W. Butcher, Tansel Butler. Alonzo Cald well, Elwood H Chisholm. Hunter Clark, Bernard a coie. uoscoe v. Cooper, Joseph L. Cornish. Joseph O, Curtis. Henry I., Dixon, William H. Douglas, Thomas L. Douglass, Wilbur S. Ellis. Edward W. Evans, Roscoe C. Everhart. Raymond C. Fisher. Carl F. Flipper, Edwin M. Gardner, Rama R. Gibson. Ralph W. Giles, Cecil C. Glos ter. Roy A Greenfield, Leonard S. Hayes, Eugene E. Howley, Henry J. Johnson. Alvin G Johnson, Clifton W. Jones. Freeman D. Lewis, Chester R. Martin. William F. Major. Osceola W. Madden. Eugene A Minus, Granville N. Moore. Alfred H. Neal, Charles L. Oslev, Aloysius T. Pack, Charles H. Pack. Barrington N. Parker, Angelo C. Portal, Paul B. Prevour, Clifton M. Quick. Robert S. Randall. Leonard M. Randolph, FYank D. Reeves, Paul C. Ridgley, John T. Risher, jr.; Alvin F. Robinson. Charles H. Robinson, Cam bert B Ruffin, jr.: Willard W. Savoy, Addison F. Scurlock. Patrick H. Sharpe, jr : Lawrence W. Schumater. Lincoln W. Shumate. Oliver S. D. Simms. Her man F. Slaughter. Eugene E. Smith, Leroy M. Smith. Emistard J. Sorrell, Cyril A Tancil. James R. Taylor, Rob ert E Taylor, George H. Thomas, John L. Thomas. Cornelius T. Turner. Wil liam R. Tyson, Bernard Wr. Washing ton. James A. Washington, jr.; Brad shaw' D. Whiting. Charles H Williams, jr.: Jerry L. ■Williams, Harold P. W\ nter. Elizabeth Adams, Helen L. Alston, Wilma E. Anderson. Louise E Ball, Edith M. Barham. Muriel A Barnett, Mamie S. Bates. Elinor L. Bell, Lena M. Bell. Ila E. Berry, Dorothea D. Bass, Mary E Beverly, Selma Blackman, Mignon G. Bolden, Gladys W. Boone, Hylda E Booker, Bernice L Bowie, Ruth C. Brannum, Pauline B Brecken ridge, Avonia A Brown, Florine R. Brice, Bessie E. Burrell. Mattie F. Bur rell. Alice D Butler. Corinne G. Carey, Florence A. Carter, Marjorie D. Carter, Marion E. Carter, Thelma E Casey, Clara P Chaney. Ruby F. Chisolm, Beatrice E. Christie. Thelma M Clark, Suzanne W. Cook, Kathryn I. Cooper. Hazel E. Compton. Ruth S. Covington, M. Lanease Cromwell, Mattie P Crock ett. Thelma M. Dale. Eunice N. Davis, Norma E. Davis. Lucille E. Davis. Eliza beth V. Dews, Estelle C Diggs, Dorothy A. Dines. Thelma E Dorry, Hazel D. Dowling, Barbara L. Duckett, Annie V. Easton, Hazel M. Ellis, Lorraine E. Elwood. Julia B. English, Hazel M. Fel ton. Mary L. Fenwick. Ada C Fisher, Gertrude W Fletcher, Gladys D Flood; Kathryn P Fountaine. Inez M. Gamble, Geraldine D. Garner. Helen L Glascoe, Dorothy W. Glover. Viola Golden. Es telle M Gould. Jane M. Grant. Olga R. Gray, Florence W. Green, Thelma E. Greenfield. £,umce v. nan. orace n. naimi.uuu, Sarah P. Harmon. Dorothy T Herriot, Isabel W. Hinksmon. Elenora C. Holder, Pearl S. Holland. Marjorie C. Hollo man. Henrietta A. Holmes, Lethia V, Howard, Florence E Howard. Doris L. Hughes, Hazel E. Hughes, Violet C. Hyson. Margaret Irving. Cecelia E. Jackson. Helena N Jackson. Jessie A. Jackson, Mary E. Jackson. Helena A. Jetter, Hilda J. Johnson, Marion E Johnson. Mildred G. Johnson, Clarice Jones. Dorothy M. Jones, Juanita A. Jones. Miriam l Jones, Frances V. Kenney. Florence E Kevs, Elvin M. Lee, Irene R. Lee, Laura V. Lee. Vivian H. Lee. Rillirtta E. Leg gett. Ruth P. Lewis. D. Elfrida Light foot. Sarah F. Lipscomb. Hilda L. Long, Dorothy M. McAfee. Laura M McDan iel. Delphi* A. McKinney. Katherine McNeill. Ruby A Madison. Nellie M. Marshall. Deon B. Mason. Eddie L. Metz. Sylvia C. Mayo. Amanda V. Mid dleton. Audrey E. Miller. Mary L. Miles, Beulah H. Mimms. Helen M. Montgom ery, Margaret E. Morgan, Mary E Mor ton. Nellie C. Morton. Eunice L. Nickens. Lucille A. Orr, Sylvia W Olden, Louise F Pearson, Edith C. Perkins. Eugenia P. Perkins, Jessie M. Perkins. Flaxie M Pinkett, Arleana E. Poole. Lucille K. Poole, Geneva Preston. Edna M. Purcell, Margarpt G. Reese, Thelma M. Reyn olds. Ernestine B. Ricks. Helen M. Ridgelev. Gwendolyn M. Ritmond, Alice R Robinson. Rosa M. Robinson, Lan donia M. Robinson. Myrtice A Rob inson. Grayce P. Rogers. Amelia M. Saunders. Clara E. Savoy. Mabel R. Settle, Dorothea E Shumate. Lauretta V. Smallwood. Ruth A. Smallwood, Agnes T. Somerville. Vernelle K. Speller, Sereta S. Staley, Jessie M. Stockton, Blandena M. Sullivan, Roberta G. Swann. Theresa M. Swann. Grace B. Syphax, Louise E. Taliaferro. Alice L. Thomas, Lena M. Thomas. Maude P. Thomas, Blanche A. Thompson. Vera J. Tymous, Margaret L. Underdown, Laurette J. Wallace. Dorothy K. Weir, Grace L. Wells. Louise I.. Wesley, Bernice H. West, Lucille T. Washington. Alice M. Whitted. Norma L. Winkins. Edna G Williams. Lucy M. Williams. Sue E. W'illiams. Gladys Car tyn Wilson and Mabel I. Young. Fence of Elk Antlers. The headquarters of a forest ranger at Mammoth Springs. Wyo.. are sur rounded by a fence made of elk antlers.