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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, May 03, 1950, Image 43

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Limited Quantity . . .
Specially Priced
HAND HAMMERED
imlnum *3ce 1~)ulf 4.95
Matching Tumblers, each 50c
Another of Beckers' outstanding values in highly
polished, hand hammered heavy gauge aluminum
—light and very durable! Ice tub is unbreakable
metal lined and doubly insulated with rubber and
fiber-glass. Three pint capacity, it holds ice for
6 to 8 hours. A wonderful item for gift-giving!
Gift Shop, First Floor Charge Accounts Inyited
MAIL PHON ORDERS FILLED—Dl. 44S4
1314 F STREET
OA Gift from AAeckers Chileans cAAore
! Hotel Group Pledges |
$22,490 in Drive to 1
Bring Tourists Here
The hotels and purveyors divi
sion of the Greater National Cap
ital Committee, Washington Board
! of Trade, already has pledged
*22,490 of its *46,500 share for
jthe committee’s 1950 fund drive,
; Prank E. Weakly, chairman of the
division, announced yesterday.
Mr. Weakly’s was the only re-;
!port given at a luncheon of divi
sion chairmen in the Raleigh Ho
tel. Goal of the overall drive is
*110,000. Purpose of the commit
tee is to stimulate tourist and
convention business for the Dis
I trict.
According to a pamphlet put out
by the committee, Washington
can attract enough visitors eacni
year to gross *100 million an-i
nually.
Joseph C. McGarraghy, chair
man of the Greater National
Capital Committee, outlined to
the group past and proposed
events concerned with the ses
quicentennial observance.
“The sesquicentennial is a mag
nificent promotional project for
Washington,” Mr. McGarraghy
declared.
Clark G. Diamond, chairman of
the fund drive, presided. Samuel
H. Kauffmann, president of The
Evening Star Newspaper Co., is
vice chairman.
Clarence Arata, manager of the
Greater National Capital Commit- j
tee, told the division chairmen he I
hopes the drive will be completed j
in 30 days.
Division chairmen present, in j
addition to Mr. Weakly, were Ken- ;
neth H. Moore, automotive; Rich- j
ard A. Norris, banks; Ralph Van j
Reypen, breweries; William H. j
Dyer, building and loan; Abner L. ]
Roe, construction; Walker H. j
Colston, distilled spirits; Paul E. ]
Largent, drug stores; Elmer M. j
Pusey, graphic arts; Edgar Bal- !
shaw, grocers; Alfred A. McGar- ;
raghy, restaurants; Philip M. Tal- ]
bott, department stores; Prank A. ]
Geraci, jewelers, and Elton G. j
Allen, variety.

A kangaroo can fight off a pack 1
of hounds with a great claw on ;
its hind foot. j
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Evenings!
4473 Connecticut Am
$M.ng*oa
Here They Are!-Just Arrived!
Misses' and Junior's
$39.75, $45, $49.75 and $55
TOPPERS $9Q
29 to 36 inch length toppers1 f J
All the finer fabrics, superbly tailored! ✓ mm—m w
Ail'the season's popular styles and colors!
Gabardine, broadcloth, fleece, suede, Karazan fleece!
Boxy styles, flared back models; fitted, belted coats!
White, dancer blue, pink, parasol pink and grey! Beige nude, red,
coral gold! And, of course, navy and black for Juniors only.
There are Junior sizes 9 to 15 . . . Misses' 10 to 16.
Not all styles in all sizes and colors but a wonderful collection
and exceptional values!
WOMEN, TOO!
*35, *39.75, to *49.75
Spring-Summer Toppers
Block, nary, skipper, grey, cloud, blue, green, toast.
Sizes 12Vi to 24Vi; 32 to 40.
Three smart new lengths . . . four lovely fabrics in these dressy toppers
You II find wool crepes, gabardinees, suedes and fleeces. With flattering
button trimmed revers, roll, tuxedo or notched collars. Collarless styles
wth embroidered yokes, pockets.
Jelleff’s—Coat Shops—Third Floor, F Street. Also Jelleffs Shirlington,
Bethesda, 4473 Conn. Ave. and Silver Spring
elleffs
FStTMt.
S*"* Sponfl, letUjJ., ' f
4473 Cnuial Av*. v*
SW«9*on ^
OPEN TOMORROW EVENING
MAY UNDERWEAR SALE!
$5.95 Famous Make
SUPS
Lace-drenched
Rayon Satins
Rayon Crepes
*3.95
For one day only! We know
they won't last much longer!
Fine rayon crepes and rayon
satins with deep yokes of
lace and embroidery . . .
beautiful fitting . . . well
made deep bands on the
skirts, too1 White, navy, few
pink and blue. Sizes 32 to 40.
Telephone orders accepted.
W*
Jelleff’s—Underwear Shop
Second Floor—F Street Store
Also at Bethesda, Shirling
ton, Silver Spring, 4473
Conn. Ave.
Shop leisurely tomorrow
from 10:30a m, to 8:30
p m Atony wonderful
values in these May
sales! Atony gift sug
gestions for Mothers
Day!
$695 Sheer
Nylon Tricot
Shortie
Pajamas
Embroidered Nylon
Shoulder Ruffles
*4.95
So light ... so cool, you fed
os though you're wearing a
breeze! Dainty bodice top
held firmly in place by elas
ticized shirring at. neck and
midriff. The shorts, wide
legged and brief. Pink, blue,
notze, nile green, white. Sizes
32 to 3a
Travel-wise . . . they pock
in o tiny space, wash and dry
in o jiffy, need no ironing.
Telephone orders accepted.
Jelleff's— Underwear Shop
Second Floor—F Street Store
Al*o at Bethesda, Shirlington,
Silver Spring, 4412 Conn, Ave,
^ ffi11 L-E N A RUBINSTEl N...captures ^i'JrdWn^.. j
, jj J the allure... the fabulous flower enchantment of dreamy magnolia gardens' in her' “ C ^ j
«/'(*'') ;'i *& f
New sense-sjujring!) ,/f
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to
^ Dreamy magnolia garden delight.. distilled into the very essence of
witchery hv the world’s greatest creator of colognes..Helena
Rubinstein! Fragrant white magic! Each exciting drop stirs up visions
of moonlit trysts..of stolen kisses.. of the South a-flower with romance!
white magnolia cologne ..heady delight in two sizes 1.00,1.75
white magnolia body powder ..like a shower of fragrant magnolia petals 1.00
white magnolia perfume cotiPACT.. solid, non-spillable form to touch on hair,
wrists, on ear-lobes, to keep its haunting delight about you! 1.00
white magnolia gift set —cologne and body powder 2.00
prices plus tm
ft !
Jelleffs—Aisle of Beauty—Street Floor
F Street and all Branch Stores
elleff$
FStTMt.
4473 Connecticut Av,
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