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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, September 08, 1946, Image 113

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Six rubies and four plati
num-set diamonds are
skillfully placed to create
this 14 carat gold cocktail
ring of unusual design
and charm A ring to
delight the most discrimi
nating tastes; an exotic
touch for any occasion.
$180 * ax included
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TEN TV, EM Y ONL CONNECTICUT
L ircuti i r 5 20?
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SAY. MOM, DAODYfc
ALWAYS TALKING ABOUT
FOOD LATELY...
(From a Photograph—Exists TODAY. At A* ACTUALITY)
ONE of the four broad Sanctuaries of Love, Peace, Faith and Truth,
respectively—leading from the Chapel of Washington’s newest and finest
Community Mausoleum . . . the “Sanctuary,” Cedar Hill. Great overhead
stained glass windows roof the entire length of each. Sanctuary. At the end
is another stained glass window. On the sides are automatically ventilated
slate crypts finished in finest Vermont Marble. Each Sanctuary is carpeted
in restful blue and framed by velvet draperies in harmony with the colors in
the great windows. Yet all this reverent beauty and permanent protection
is well within the reach of the average family.
As the Crypts Are Selling Fast,
Yanr Prompt Inquiry Is Respectfully Advised.
Illustrated Brochure on Request, 4000 Suitlaud Road S.E., Washington 20, D. C.
d&r Hill is Not Expensive ... is Not
Sold Out... is Washington s Most Beautiful Cemetery
Could Be Propaganda?
By CONSTANCE BANNI
ARE THEY
OPA STORII

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