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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 14, 1938, Image 6

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Sturdy double-seat whip- , /
cords, long-wearing corduroy
pants, and an almost endless 11 1
selection of good looking j||fp| *rfi
fabrics for dress occasions. |L^9I|. 1
Remember! You’re not get- 1
ting ’’sale” merchandise . . . ^DHk^
but A-l quality trousers
taken from regular stock.
25e Men’* "Shrink-proof”
Broadcloth Shorts
ft Athletic Shirts
6 f°r *1
The shorts ere in fancy
patterns, sices 28 to 42.
Fall combed cotton athletic
shirts in Swiss and flat
weaves, sices 34 to 46.
Men's Broadcloth
SHIRTS and
mm
2 f°r S1
Collar attached shirts in
white and solid colors,
sises 14 to 17. All wrapped
in cellophane. Broadcloth
pajamas, all styles, solid
colors and fancies, sises
V to D.
Regular $1.79
Men’s Leather
WORK SHOES
■' v *■ * ' .
*1.00
.Easily the . outstanding
work shoe bargain of the
year. Black moccasin
style with composition
soles and rubber heels.
Simes 8 to 12! A "sellout
value!”
(MIN'S 19c TIES.
A huge variety A £ £4
of colors ond X for * I
patterns_ W 1
I MEN'S 50c b 69c RESILIENT
CONSTRUCTION TIES,
hondmade, A r £4
beautiful pot- 4 for * I
terns - V I
\ 79c MEN'S FLANNELETTE
| WORK SHIRTS, khoki, novy,
grey, plaids, win- A <• £4
| ter weight. Sizes M for w ■
r i4 to 17_ mi I
^ 69c "BIG YANK" BLUE CHAM
IBRAY WORK gk , £4
SHIRTS. Sizes M for *1
14 Vi to 17-ill I
50c WORK SHIRTS, in blue
and khaki. 4R. £4
, In broken <C for * |
| sizes- V I
\ 10c MEN'S COTTON SOCKS,
r in solid colors. 4 Ef e £4
^ Sizes 10 Vi to | for* |
|25e b 35c MEN'S DRESS
SOCKS, some port wools, plain I
colors ond fan- gk £4
cies. Sizes 10 n for * |
to 12- V I
1 15c MEN'S RA
f yon socks, 4Ac £4
in new spring ■ M tor w I
| patterns_ I 4b I
| $1.95 MEN'S SWEATERS,
pullovers, half ond full zippers.
In mony pot- £4 i
I terns. Sizes 36 w I I
to 46_
I -
79c b $1.00 MEN'S SWEAT
ERS, broken lot.
Pull-over and A r £4
half-zipper M for * |
I styles- 4b I
★ WE ACCEPT EQUITAI
79c fr $1.00 MEN'S WINTER
UNION SUITS. A , S4
Sizes 36 to for 9 |
50c MEN'S WINTER UN
DERSHIRTS. A t SI
All sizes in the ^ for • |
$1.95 MEN'S
GOSSAMERETTE £4 AA
RAIN COATS, in *1 llll
broken sizes_ I ■ wW
$1.95 MEN'S
WOOL VESTS. M AA
Mony styles. *1 |ll|
Sizes 36 to 46.. I ■ W
$1.95 MEN'S *
BLACK DRESS £4 AA
OXFORD SHOES. # 1 llll
Sizes 6 to 12_ I ■ W
$1.65 MEN'S LEATHER
HOUSE SUFFERS,
in block, brown, £4 AA
navy. Sizes 6 to 9 | llll
$1.25 MEN'S STORM. RUB
BERS, all made of £4 AA
fine grade rubber, 9 | ||||
all sizes_ I ■W
MEN'S WHITE COTTON
HANDKER- AA e M
36for 1
COTTON BLANKETS, size
66x76 inches. A » £4
Warm and eco- m for “I
nomical_ A I
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GOOD QUALITY BED SHEETS,
Sizes 54x90 A , C4
and 72x90 V for
inches - A I
LE, MUTUAL AND POST
A
PILLOW CASES, ft
42x36 size. A. €4 ft
Long weoring X for “ I ft
and thrift priced V I 1
TURKISH TOWELS, of soft, I
heavy texture. 4A, ft
Size 15x30 lyfor*| ft
inches _ ■ mm I ft
BOYS' BROAD- V
CLOTH DRESS A , M I
SHIRTS. Sizes >C for 91 ft
10 to M.- V I M
LADIES' RIDING BREECHES I
AND JODHPUR PANTS, ft
with leather re- CA AA ■
inforced knees, **1 llll ft
all sizes_ ■ ■VV M
BOYS' CLOTH- ft
LINED KNICK- A * S4 I
ERS, for dress M for *1 ft
wear. AH'sizes. mm I I
BOYS' TWEED ft
CORDUROY CA AA ft
KNICKERS. All *1 llll i
sizes in the lot_ I iVV ft
BOYS' LONG g
PANTS, cloth and {A A A ft
corduroy. Nicely 91 |||| »
tailored_ I ■VV ft
BOYS' PULL- ft
OVER SWEAT- #
ERS, in -good A . CA ft
looking fancy M for ** I M
patterns _ mm I ft
SUITCASES fr OVERNIGHT ft
CASES, 26-inch CA AA /
and 1 8 - i n c h *1. llll ft
sizes, respectively llVV ft
EXCHANGE ORDERS ★ ft
EMMETT C. DUNN
DIESINALEXANDRIA
City Manager, 76, Had
Served in Official Positions
for Many Years.
EMMETT CLARKE DUNN.
Emmett Clarke Dunn, 76, city man
ager of Alexandria, died early yes
terday of a heart attack at his home
at 504 Duke street. Early Saturday
evening Mr. Dunn complained of feel
ing ill and a physician was summoned.
He was stricken shortly after mid
night with an attack which caused
his death.
For the purpose of naming an
acting city manager. Mayor Richard
RufTner today called a special meet#
lng of the City Council.
Indications are that H. T. McCart
ney, city engineer, and James M.
Duncan, chief of the Fire Depart
ment, will be among those considered
for the post.
Long linked in official capacities
with the growth and general develop
ment of Alexandria, Mr. Dunn was
affectionately known in the Virginia
city as “the grand old man." He was
i appointed city manager in February,
1935, following services of more than
a year as acting city manager.
Previously, Mr. Dunn had served
for many years as city engineer, being
named to that post in 1895, when it
was created. With the exception of
two shore interludes, he continued to
serve in that office until named acting
city manager.
Many Improvements Made.
More than 50 miles of streets have
been paved under Mr. Dunn's direc
tion. The streets and sewer systems
have been described in trade journals
as among the most serviceable and
permanent in the United States. The
city’s schools and Fire Department
were improved and various other ad
vancements made under his super
vision.
A native of Richmond, Mr. Dunn
was educated at McGuires School
there and early in his career became
a civil engineer for railroads. He
went to Alexandria in 1892 and. with
his father, the late William M. S.
| Dunn, was aelvil engineer for the
old Virginia Midland ■ Railroad, later
taken over by the Southern.
Mr. Dunn was a life member of
the American Society of civil En
gineers. For many, yearn he had
been a member of the vestry of St.
: Paul’s Episcopal Church. Alexandria
and belonged to the Kiwanis Club
there.
U»t of Survivors.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mary
Reid Dunn; two sons. Prof. Emmett
Reid Dunn of Haverford College, Pa.,
and Reid Anthony Dunn, Richmond;
two sisters, Mrs. Hullihen Burkhardt,
Richmond, and Miss Annie Lewis
Dunn. Midway Mills. Va.. and two
brothers, Robert Anthony Dunn of
Midway Mills and Clifford Cabell
Dunn, Huntington, W. Vs.
Funeral services will be held at 3
p.m. tomorrow at the residence. Burial
will be in Ivy Hill Cemetery.
City officials yesterday joined In
praising Mr. Dunn.
Mayor Ruffner said: “His experience
and matured wisdom made him a very
valuable city employe, and he will be
missed officially and personally by
hundreds of friends.”
Charles Callahan, commissioner of
revenue, who worked beside Mr. Dunn
for many years, declared:
“He will never be replaced. He
wss competent and, above all, a good
man.”
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
TODAY.
Dinner, Institute of Radio Engineers
Ruty’s Restaurant, 520 Eleventh street
N.W., 6:30 p.m.
Meeting, Judge and Jury, Raleigh
Hotel, 7 p.m.
Dinner, American Power Boat As
sociation. Willard Hotel. 7 p.m.
Meeting. Treasury Department Local
No. 262, N. F. F. E., Washington Hotel
8 p.m.
Meeting, United Dry Forces of Dis
trict, 1736 G street N.W., 8 p.m.
Meeting, Kappa Beta Pi Sorority
Carlton Hotel, 8 p.m.
Dance, Columbia Chapter, R. A. R„
Mayflower Hotel, 8:30 p.m.
Dance, Drill Corps, Bethel Chapter,
No. 1, Job’s Daughters, Wardman Park
Hotel, 8:30 p.m.
TOMORROW.
Breakfast, Early Birds’ Club, Willard
Hotel, 8 a.m.
Meeting, Civil Service Commission
Branch Local No. 2, N. F. F. E„ Civil
Service Commission, 12 noon.
Luncheon, Civitan dub, Mayflower
Hotel, 12:30 p.m.
Luncheon, Optimist Club, Mayflower
Hotel, 12:30 pm.
Luncheon, Opportunity House, §16
New Jersey avenue N.W., 12:30 pm
Meeting, Chaplains of U. S. A.,
Raleigh Hotel, 4 p.m.
Meeting, Federal Bar Association,
Mayflower Hotel, S p.m.
Dinner, Keystone Automobile Club,
Mayflower Hotel, 6 pm.
Dinner, Kappa Gamma, Delta Chap
ter, Raleigh Hotel, 6 pm.
Dinner meeting, National Press
dub, Post No. 20, American Legion,
6:30 pm.
Supper and meeting, Women’s Na
tional Press dub, Willard Hotel, 8:30
pm.'
Dinner, Phi Beta Gamma Legal
Fraternity, Nunnally’s, 1208 F street
N.W., 7 pm.
Meeting, Catholic Daughters of
America, Willard Hotel, 7:30 pm.
Banquet, United Spanish War Vet
erans, Mayflower Hotel, 7:30 p.m.
Supper, Georgetown Clinical So
ciety, Carlton Hotel, 7:30 pm.
Meeting, Alpha Zeta Beta Sorority,
Wardman Park Hotel, 8 p.m.
Meeting, Progress Club, Hamilton
Hotel, 8 pm.
Dance. Pennsylvania State Society,
Willard Hotel, B pm.
An annual event at A&P that brings
you six days of smashing food vctlues
.... a great buying opportunity that no
smart shopper will miss. Be sure to
visit your nearest A&P self-service and
stock up!
OUTSTANDING
A VALUE!
EIGHT
O'CLOCK
COFFEE
2 27c
3 lb. pkg. 39c
Shop at you will, you can't find a value that matches
freshly roasted and freshly ground Eight O'Cloek at
this low price. Get a couple pounds today. Find out
for yourself why finer, fresher Eight O'Clotk is America's
most popular coffee.
GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE
2-15'
MAXWELL
HOUSE
COFFEE- IS- 25*
BECKER'S
PRETZELS
2 big Vi lb. ^2 ^5 C
pbgs. AJ
LARGE BUNCHES
CELERY
A/V
STAYMAN I
BOX
APPLES
SNOWBALL
Cauliflower
LARGE
FLORIDA
ORANGES
2°-29c
ICEBERG CC
LETTUCE >
1, P.A.Ha°h,«s10 25c
&r2^25«
Cold Medal Flour
: 49c r 97*
^4M» ©elJfflonteSPINACH
2 big No. tVi C
Mm J C
Crisco ShorteningHi- 19c; III 49c
Spry Shortening19c ^ 49c
Kellogg’s All Bran i*-. b«x 20c
Ovaltine K ox. ran 33c; 14 07. can 59c
Orange Marmalade &neib.jar |5c
Borden’s Cocktail Cheese v.rrgt%. 19c
Pillsbury-Pancake Floor2 pkgs. I7c
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour . Pk8. |Qc
Tomato Sauce M°a. 2™, 9c
Fastidia Cleansing Tissues 2p^» 15c
Old Dutch Cleanser_ 2 cant I3c
Iona Peaches 2 ■* ”**'■> 29c
Boraxo Cle0n* Dirty Hand* S or. can |4C
CORN
Crosby No. 2 con, or Golden Bantam
Vacuum Pocked 12 ex. can.
Dogs simply howl for
DAILY
DOG FOOD
6 25c
Cigarettes *Br»nV Pkg. 12Cf carton | a 15
Cooked Hominy 2 15c
Libby’s or Armour’s Corned Beef 18c
Heinz Ketchup X oz. bot. I3c; big 14 oz. bot. I9c
Heinz Rice FlakesPkg. Me
Grapefruit Sections_ N«°» 10c
Kaffee Hag or Sanka»>. can 3?c
Hucoa Margarine_ lb. pkg. lie
Mott's Purs Jollies_ 13 oz. Jar 9c
A-penn Motor Oil quart can I7c plus tc tax
Safety Matches Wr 2Pk»». 13c
Eagle Brand Milkiflc
pX* njH tv
STEAKS
ROUND, SIRLOIN, OR PORTERHOUSE
A&P new forsakes quality for price, and this big steak
sale is no exception. Your family will enjoy these ten*
der, juicy steaks and the big savings will delight you.
I" SMALL SMOKED I ,J"f» . - '* J
. Grouad Beef.2 26c
Boiling Beef...9c
10 «!blkOO Short Ribs of Beef.lie
wkoiT.', H.ifdClJ^ lb' Adams’ Scrapple.»- 12c
j snc«, of H.m—*-25c Smithfield Sausaga.JH. I9e
THIS AD EFFECTIVE AT AfrP SELF-SERVICE STORES ONLY
until closing ^odnosjoy, February 16Hi. Wo rosenro the right to limit quontitios.

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