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Fori Dupont Will Enter Children's Softball Team Children between 8 and 13 will get a chance to play on softball teams being entered by the Fort Dupont Citizens’ Association to compete in the league sponsored by the Hilltop Recreation Council. David Aronin, chairman of the Parks and Playground Committee, said last night eight of the citizens’ associations in the Southeast area are planning to enter teams. He already has 15 youngsters in his area signed up with the approval of their mothers. Mr. Aronin said the Dupont as sociation is planning to buy uni forms for the players. Most of the games would be played at the Hill crest and Fort Davis Park Flay grounds, he Mid.' Awards will be given to the winning teams. At the same time, the members approved plans to enter a float in the Greater Southeast Derby Pa rade the night of June 25. The Soap Box Derby will be held the next day. The meeting was held in the Ann Beers School. Alabama ave nue and Thirty-sixth place S.E., and was conducted by Henry Solo mon, president._• France is supplying most of Britain's apples for cider-making. Holy Name Society Elects George X. Altmann haa been re elected president of the Holy Name Society of Holy Comforter Church. Other officers are Eugene Robey, vice president; Chester Mundie, secretary; Henry D. Talbert, finan cial secretary, and William Wheat ley, marshal. n JIynamic^ iam».\d||ays All During April /® A /f > I • •• NEW ACCOUNTS OPENED AT ONCE >. ' ..-: S? • ' ' " ... . ^TIFFANY** Ross brings you one of the oldest, one of the smartest, Diamond ring styles in existance. Beauty beyond words . . . accentuated , by the simplicity of the Tiffany mounting. Here is a ring style that will always be in good taste . . . today, and in the years to come. Diamonds that reflect in every way . . . artistic cratts manship, highest quality and maximum value. Choice of beau tiful white or yellow gold mountings. •Pius Tax _ _ . I * Here ore some real money-saving values! We have just brought out the entire apparel stock of the Central of Louisville, Kentucky. Now we're practically giving that stock (plus some of our own) to you, at savings up to Vi and MORE! Outfit the entire family on One Easy Account! ir Your chance to get in on a great sale! You'll find the newest styles in clothing and accessories for Mom, Dad, Sis and Brother ... in this super group of fine merchandise! We want you to profit by our savings, so come in today, choose what you want at savings up to Vi and MORE! * No Mail, Phone, or C.O.D. Orders! All Sales Finall WOMEN’S DEPARTMENT Rtf. $I».»S SPRING SUITS *10 Flattering colors! Sizes for misses and j women. Ref. $38.95 Sprinf COATS *24 Jiyiiors’, misses’ and women’s sizes in group. 69c ALL PERFECT RAYON HOSE 38* Seamless! Sizes 8Ya to 10%. GIRLS’ SUITS AND COATS l<H SM.95 $19.95! ! *5 to *10 Sizes in groups from 10 to 14. Hurry! i $5.95 Seersucker HOUSECOATS *3-99 Wraparound skirt! Floral prints. 14 to 20 in group._ i MEN’S DEPT. Reg. $50 to $60 Men’s All-Wool Worsted SUITS S28&s38 Blues, browns, greys! Regulars, longs, shorts • • • 35 to 46* Reg. $14.95 Values! Boys’ Sturdy-Built SUITS $f*.88 Popular shades! Well made! Sizes 7 to 16 In group. Reg. $5 Value*! BOYS’ LONGIES *1 Sizes 12 to 18 in group! While they last! Hurry! Reg. $12.95 Mew’* WOOL pAbts 85-14 Sizes from 31 to 40! Exceptional value!