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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE AUGUST 26, I Social and Personal Events of the X 00-eej.LSc SARA MICHELSON ELISE LURIE WEst 6334 Newmans Celebrate Momentous Event At Glendale Tuesday "If I had 1o (to it all over again, 1 would choose only l"ran],&apos;, and n haplfivr choice ] couht never have m'(d(.," was Mrs. ]Q':tnk Newn}:(n's de('hn'ali,n on lhe (hly they were veleln'ating tim 35(h ye:tr of their nmrrialse, on August 23rd. A mimlle ]all!r, we lfickcd up the lelel)hone rec(,iver :}n(l called Mr. N(!wll}:t.ll lit his ,/tie(,. "Well, all I can slty iN tim( were I (o (hi it over ligaili, the only change 1 wouhl have made., wollld }m (o llllLrry Fall It .(H}r S()()II(!I' - W]lCIi J Veils s(v(,*l(Jeell.  After that sort, ()f nssertions, com- ing frmn (he wife who was busy with e:lllers at their almrinient at the Gainslmrmlgh, and her husband, who was engrossed in aff:drs (if the ]':vergreen Stnt(! Theatres in his dowllt(lwI} ctlice, need Clio nsk further abolfl tile success of (hi,Jr mnrringe? Theirs has :tl)lmrel)lly I)een so close It IllliOll |}lllt 111(! Slllile (]mughts eon]e sinmll:uieously to both. Th(' iI lllli VUI'S/I ry OVelli. Wt(S (Ill. serv('d with :l I)(,nulifully arr/inle(I dilln(q' Ill (licit(lille (Jlnlnlry (Tllil) thai, (,VClii lil. It. wi(s it joyollS ILl(y altair. T]l()(ili Mr. iil(d Mrs. Newllliili illive ollly h(,(!l( in S(!lilll( six yelll'S 1 lhey hnve IJ(!(!(il}(C lirnily enlrenchc(l in Ihe nffections of their liewly- forlncd friends. (Jrn('iOilS, }lnaffee- led, ]i,sl)iinl)h! , Mrs. NeWlilllli iN role ill' lh(, favorile Neatlle hostesses. Mr. N(,wliiili(, :t nittioiially-knowi} (}l(!:(lriv:ll lll:lll is he:ill of llie Piildlie (',()as(l';v('rll'('(u) Thcn(i'(;s. lie is an (')flhusi:lsiic golfer an(1 spire(Is his leisur(, hours on (llendnle (hill (21ub gl'(!f!llS. The NewlllllllS }lltve tw() (!}lihh'(!ll, .Mrs. Pn n(h'o Berlrlall, whose husband is st llollywood ln'O - dueer, :(lid Mr. l:rank Newmiin Jr., who, wiih Mrs. Newman and their baby d:iugllier, ,Joyee L'ulg New- nrul, live in North Ilollywood, wh(!re lie is iiss()eiate(l with l,cl}ul)lie Studios. Tt(e ]lerinlin8 have it two- year-(ill] soil, ]hlrry Michltcl. Mr. aiid Mrs. Newnlltii reilirned Sittilr- d/ly fr(ini ii visit wilh thch" ehihh'en and grt(ndehildren ill tlo]lywood. ABE Brashen Your Musical Host PIH,;SENTS Seattle's !SENSATIONAL! ALL GIRL SHOW * DONNA JOY FAN and EXOTIC DANCES *EILEEN O'HARRA THE IRISH SONGBIRD *HELEN MORRELL Toe, Tap, Russian Ballet * JUDD McCOY From Hotel New Yorker M C Nuts To YOU BERNIE STEPHENS AND HIS BAND No Cover Charge THE O/ISIS AURORA HIWAY at 140th KE, 9638 m,. CARSON'S AURORA CLEANERS & TAILORS We Specialize FRANCIS LEE RE-WEAVING We Call For and Deliver SUnset 9780--7223 Aurora Avenue i Tipp Home in Normandy Park Attracts Many Callers Sunday Late Sunday afternoon, (he sun dispersed threitielfilU' elm.Is just as gu('sis I)egnn to arrive nl the Ih!n Tillp hoi}l( lit Norlilitii(ly l)iu'k) wiicre Mr. :lli(l 1V]rs. Til)I} w(!r(! hosts at It reeel)th)i( h(inoring l.li_; elil((!- ll(ellt (if tlieir dilllgilter, Miss lleh!i(e Til)l) , Io Mr. l,](Iw:u'd M. l)avis, which wns llllll()llllCe(] 1he past week. Bright ('o[ored li}id-sllilin}er lh)wers Ilscd ill llr(tfusi(in el( tile toil (:llIh lili(I il])()llL the roonls) an(l Kit.}/ iiO(('S froll} it st.ringed trio eon(liine(l ((i give tile re(,.(!l}lhil( it very festive air. Al/cul, three ]llln(h'c(l eidlers ln()tore(l to l,]i:; Sllliill'b to felieitn.te l,}le e()ul}le. For I.]lc ree(q)tiol} the Iiri(le-ele(d wore it dusty llhik itceor(liltn i)leld.e(I ei(iffon fro('.k, with it girdle of silpphirc l)hie nnd l)ink liouvardiit in her hitir. Mrs. Till I) received in i l)or(o wii}e el'el}e gOWil. ()l]lers in the r(w.eiving lille with the hosts al(d hol)()l' Lr,(lt!Sls were 'll'S. l\\;/lorl'iS ]):tvis, m(ilher of the grooln-t(}-I)(!, in I)cige ehiff()n; Mrs. Arthur l'(ih(ehecl% in lhlw(ie(l (affcta; Mrs. Morris "l'illl}, ill roylil blue and l)orlo wine ehiffon; Mrs. Ben Sl.i'itllSS) Welii'iiil4 I)lll'glilidy chiffon, nnd Mrs. llnrry (h)hlstein in ll(,w(i'(ql (:i'elie. ]l's. SlrnllsS iiii(] ll]l'S. (;ohlsl(!in, sislers (if Mr. Davis, (ulll(e from Snn ]"r:ul(dseo with their llloilll,r Itn(I Mr. (lol(Isl.('in for the ree('l)l ion. Mrs. Lou E. Greenfield wns h(}sl- ess nl :t lun(,,heon pi(i'ly in l hi*, (Jeorg- inil ]{(mill of the ()]ynll)ie iol}dlty, for Ihe i)l(!ItSlii.(; (if Miss Tipp and lhc Siili l"rlili(:isco glleSls, in tier lmrty were also }It's. Tiptb Miss Sylvia TilII) (if l,()s angch;s, Mrs. Nathltll I(. Rieldes Itll(l Mrs. Morris Till p. M r. ili(d M rs. Gohlslein arc leavillla for San l"ritileise(i this week-chit, while Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Strauss will remain here for a few weeks' visit. They are 'it (,h; Camlin. Sattur(hiy Mrs. l)iu} l(leinl.lerg will eni.ertltil} for the 1)ride-chic( :tl}(l tile, visitors at her attraetive SIillllll(!l' }lOllle ItCl'OSs Lake ltYas}lillff, toll. 'ROUND TOWN With New York its (,heir (lestinit- tion, a busy, charming couple, l)r. Josel)]i (leben, of the sociology lie= partnlent at the [J]livel'sity of Wash- ingt()n, nnd Mrs. Cohen, oeeuliied (luring the yell, r wit]i social we]flu'e work, Imckcd their llags in the Imck of their ear and were off to feast on the fare the metrol)olis has to offer-- ph(ys, el)on air synll)hol}y , and just Broadway... The J. 1,. Gottsteins Itre entertail}ing it hoilsc giles(, Mrs. Got ts(ein's sister, Mrs. Eddie Schniith (}f Los Angeles. ]nformnl hlneheon itn(l dinner gittheril}gs, ex- eil,ing ltfterlioOi!s at the raees ll, t LOllgitcrcs in th0 Gel,(stein box arc (hdly enj(}yablc even|s for the visitor. Johiuma Frada, Sea(lie poet, a(I- (l,'esscd members (if the Se,tttle I)aeitie College,, rending l/o(uns fronl }ler [)()()1(, "Poems itnd Prop}le(y.)' Mrs. ,hteol) Kalin't and her yOllllg, dalightei' Marcel]it, are bit(d( in town looking tan and tit froin It nl()iith spelit ell (lie shores of the l)acitie at Santa Crliz, and visits in Carmel and illl I:raneis(.o. They were iiwl(y seven vecks... Frien(Is (if the 1)live llli]pern8 (Aline N(;wnutii)i rndio wrilers lilld i)rodlteers, will lie bidding thenl it regrettl}ble au rcvoh' about ep(einher 1st, when (hey ]ei(w for llollywood. Dr. Berman Mayerson, dh'ector of (he Kline-Galland lhlnle for the Aged, itnnollnced thlti it l)rogl'ilm of Yiddish folk niusie will 1}(; given for tile l)]ellsurc of the, guests It( the lloll}e, } )iF Seattle's own outstitn(tirg Inlritone, Mauriec Friedn}an, cn Sundily, Sepleml)er 4tll, lit 2 o'(.hwk. The pul)lie iN cordially invited to enjoy lilt program. Mrs. Friedman will licc()n}lriliy her ]illSbitnd eli the I}ian(}. Miss Faye Klenman and Miss Gertrude R(}sen Itrc iiow baek at (he Benjamin Franklin llotel, after having spent the slunmcr at Alki. Miss Bernbaum, Bride-Elect, Is Inspiration For Fetes Entertaining hns t)cen going Ol} ni, li l':tl)[d ]l:ic(! for :l I)Ol)(il:l.r I)ri(h> elect, Miss Min}i II(!l'lllIHIlll() sin('(! her be(re(hid to ,h!ronie I:all (if l)ol'lhin(l wits n}iill(! kll()Wil (!:u'ly in JuIy. ()i} this wevk's elilOlidi(r are two n[]'nirs w]l[(di will f'(d(! 1)ol.]( Miss l/ernl)nul}l luid Mr. i<'alk, who is ilioloriiil ill) for the week-end. To- nighl, Mr. iuld Mrs. I[cnry Shol)ei'It will lie dinner ]losls in the (]corgilUl ({(lOll} of Ill(! ()lyml)iv, with (',(icier:dis served n.l (}ieir }i()l}i(! iir(!(,.(!dillg (.}i(! diillier. T(}i/l()rr()w (,ve li'il}) Mr. illi(l Mrs. A(hlis (liilinnnn n.re giVillt it (lilili(!l' l):tri.y f(ir l,]ielil :it (]e, ll(litle (loll ali(l (Jolinti'y (',lull. Miss ll(!i'iiJ)Itilill wits gill,St of h(inor at I.hc llille]ieol} Mrs. B(!il RoLhen- J)el't livo :l(. the ()]yl}}])i( ]tote[ M()ndity. The we(hting will lie itli Q.V(!I(t O[' (Utl'ly fall. One of the widely entertahled Slll}tlli(!r visi(ors ili Iowli iN ,I'S. I h!i'l)erl Sil verliiilli of ( ',hie:tl4o, sister- in-law of |rs. ,l:i('ol) l(ei(.er and iiiee(! of Mrs. ,J()s(!l)]I ]/(!rlil)itllln. With her litih! dnuKl(l(!r) ,htni(',(! l,(nlis( b sit(! is the ]lOllS(! gu(!sl, (If l.]i(! tl('rlihll.lll(is. They tire ))r01)i(l'illg (r() (hql:l.rt (!:lrly ii(!xt liiOli|h. For ROSH HASHONAH and YOM KIPPUR * SAY IT WITII I,'IA)WI,;RS * Queen City Market Florists 1523 4(.t( Ave. lgl, 0.()87 I HBALLROOM CLASSESlim II [Le III ,,, ,8<h so III Miss Goffee Will Wed Irving Fisher Early In January Mr. and Mrs. Lou G offee .n- ill)lille(! Ill(! (;lit2;a !Olile ill, (if t]loir (ill IIJl (.(*,1', llil'iOli, |o Mr. ] I'Villt Fisiier, S()ll of Mr. itild lll's, iillli Fisher of lilts city. Tile iiews of l,h(; I,ct.rothli] was iiul(l(! nt I fiuni]y l)ii.rt.y T(l(!sd:ty :i.( lhe hOlli(, of Miss G(fffeCs I)nrenl.s. The w((l(ling will l.M<e phiec li.rOlliid (he [h'sl, (if l,hc ye:w. Miss (]offee nlid Mr. Fish(!r Itl- (en(le(I lhe Irniv(!rsil,y of %Viishili- (eli. Mrs. Schwartz Brings News From JCRS Meet With added cnl.husi:tsni f(n' a gr(!It(: c:t(ISe -(lie w(irk for the .](;RS Auxililu'y ill ]ler ]lOlllC I.OWll, ,ll's. l)a(ll iehw:}l'(Z) filutn(,,ii(l sec:'etiry of the Ncatlh; unit, r(!l, urned 1o l.he city lifter nJ.l.ei}ding the thh'd itnniial conference of l, he Nntionill A(ixili- i(l'ies in Denv()i', (oloi'n.(Io. '<| was inspired by whnt ] si(w I}ein7 done it( the Sitllilt(wiiliii for (,llherelllllr l):tl ients) to ree]ahn wrceke(I lives ii.li(I resl(}re I)r(}ken lie(lies to ]i(!alth alld li(,w ]l(ll)(! ) l)y the llealiliful Sl)il.(do(is l'OOli(S and t4ro(Inds, I)y the (di(ci'filhi,.ss itlid eol(tenlmeiit of I,he plttie, nts>" de- (,In.red Mrs. N(hwlil'lz. F()]lowing :I. j)r(!c(!dOli|, sol, })y |.h( ,l(',ILq auxiliaries, Mrs. Schw:u'tz wils ehosen delegate I)y I, he nicriL (if I)eing the o(llsl.lUl(Ihlt t}lell}l)(!r of the ()rg;iUlizittion f()r the year. En l'()ll(.e ill)m(!, /Irs. i(]lWltl'tZ StOlll)(;(l in l,os Angeles i o visit I((!i' sisters, /Ii's. I. A. ln(!hr:icll :til(l /li's. ,]. A(!kersl.(,i n. Mrs. Edward Green ADVANC CLASS MONDAY 8:30 P.M. i OINNERI i CLASS TUESDAY 8;a0 P, M, II Is Widely Feted 8 TWO-IIOUR LESSONS $3.95 [] PRIVATE INSrliUCTION DAILY It will be hard for M'rs. Edwiu'd | ('Jre(!ll (If l{iehl}lond, Virghiia to slty II MILDRED ALLEY DANCE SCHOOL II g()o(ll}ye Tucsdltv I,o thc nliLIly [] 719 Pike St., EL. 9281, Open 10 a. m. ' ' frien(ls she has nnt(Ic llere when she II il eclle[lldes i( SUlli]llOr long's visit, her Mrs. Rebecca I)itrker. Mrs. (Jreeli iN }lore wit]} }ler six-ycilr-(}hl (httll}}lor, Fitye. Jnsl)ii'id,i(in for liiltliy It m)eial IIIIUPrIOLSTERY OLEANERS llll eve,it durint4 her stay here, Mrs. Green wus hollered with .t Inlffet WE CLEAN dinl}cr for thir(,y luld two luncheons, You are cordially invited to visit-- THE DEL=TEET FURNITURE COMPANY 127 BROADWAY NORTH (between Denny and Olive Ways) See the Northwest's largest display of fine furniture at surprisingly low prices. Use our friendly interior decoration service--it will cost you nothing l Draporios Let our Decorators help you. A phone call will bring one of our experts to your home with a Complete Line of the mill's latest fabrics . . . without any obligation. Seattle Drapery I-louse WHOLESALE and RETAIL 608 Pine St., MAin 1868 A. RAYMOND, Mgr. LEFT ONLY A FEW DAYS OF OUR August Sale Prices are slashed to a minimum... A dramatic demonstration of advantages of buying direct from the manufacturer... Fur Coats that have Charm, Individuality, and Originality l THE FUR FACTORY, Inc, 606 PINE P.-I. BLDG. chill(irately conceived, lit the homo of Mrs. Pitrkcr. 8he wits Mso thc gucst of Mr. an(l Mrs. Joseph F. ])arkcr, her cousins, at the district B'n.ti Writh conven- tion in l'orthu}d; on two visits to Mount Rainier; a trip to Vanc()uver, Victoria, Nanainn) i,.n(l the San Jliltll Ishuids; and this weekcl}d will see for the fh'st thne the nittural wonders of the lnount(linside Skat4it hydro- cleetric project. ]VII'. and Mrs. Parker were itlso hosts at "t In'eakfas(-I)ieye]e pitrty lind tin cvei}ing bicycle parly, followed by cocktails, in Mrs. Green's honor. Mr. Abe Pltrker wits Mrs. Gl'een's host at It gay roilnd of night chibs, it ll(}wling party at t}}c Wasliingtoll A(,hletic Chlb al}d It dltl}cilig ])itrty for (,wenty aboar(I the streamlined ferry l(ahtlahth -- an exl)ericnee whieii Mrs. Green e(infessed was a r novel one for st \\; irginian. Others who entertained Mrs. Green were Mrs. Walter Pollitz, hostess to ;}4 guests at an ehd)orlttely app(lin(ed buffet (linne, r at which (,tie llieccs lie resistlul(.e w(!re tWO thirty-pound sldmon, lntked wh(lle: a (Iclieacy the Sout, hern visitor ]la(I ilcver seeli be- fore; Mrs. J(}c (](}yne, who }utd 24 guests for dinner t,() meet Mrs. Green; and Mrs. Ben Cole, hostess to 24 it(, it luncheon hi her I)eautif(ll tlolne on 24(,h Ave. N. Mrs. Gael(}li Ztlceo gave it dinner fin' six in Mrs. Green's ]lOller amid tile rllsli(; setting of Snoqlllt}mie Falls, ii]SO l)laying tlost to eight couples in the Olyml}ie Bowl. Mrs. Aaron Shifrin (if Bremerton cntcr- tained with a dinner for 12, later taking the yolll}g S()uthcrn mittron for a visit to tile state I)ark. Mrs. Edward Ghtzcr wits hostess at a luncheon, while Mrs. J. Warshal and Mrs. Jack Glazer sl)onsoreda l}arty for 60 guests at which the en- gltgCln(;llt of Miss Rilttl Wars}lid was Itnnollneod. Tuesday Mrs. Itin archin Wit8 hostess at it luncheon for Mrs. Gl'een. ()tilers who elltortainod ill her honor were Mr. and Mrs. Max 81)rin- cin; Mr. and Mrs. le(in Kleincr of Tit('()nla; Mrs. Bernard Coyne, who gave it hlneheon for 28; Mrs. Carl Rubinstein, whose Men(lake ]ou[e = yard honle wits the scene for st hlnch- eon; Mrs. Sidney Margolis, Mrs. Nate Rieldes and Mrs. M. D. Barash, all of whom were hostesses at hmch- cons; and Mrs. David Coe, who spon- s(}re(l |)otll a (linnet l)arty and a (Cont. (in Page 5 Col. 1) Reception Sunday At Warshal Home Arousing Interest Sunday will I)e calling; day Ill. the .l. \\;Vnrslull h(llli(!, IG5 2')nd AV(!.) when Mr. nl((I li's. %V:u'shnl will re- ceive Iheir friends :it the eil:i(!- iiieiit recel)lion (if their d:lug]llei', Miss Rlllh \\;V:tl'shal, iuld ]l.i' [inn('(', Mr. Irving N(!fi, Sl)li (if '|l'S. :lli}ilO] Nell. (',ti]liil hours will lie fi'ol}l 2 i,(} 5 CCoek. N() (!:II'dS hlLV(! he(!II issued. Miss Wilrsh:ll has asked the follow- ilig io nssisl, at lhe i'ec(;l)tion: Mes- dill}}(!s A(h}ll)]l Wl} rsl.u(I, E(lwlu'd (llizei', Phil ():ill)y, ,in(d( Glaz(!i', 11. \\;V(inl)org> Mike l>:ih)y li'ving l)iser, Jlel( levine, Abe Si(lell, 1,. ,1. la!wis of All)ally, (Still., n.n(l Ih(! Misses Evclyl} LedermIIn, Edith Rubin, l:r(!(la Nell, ]h;tsy W(qnllerg and Fi':ui(es (ilnzor. The I)ri(le-t()-I)( will (lon for the eVellt :l ttlr(lll(}ise I)hle e]liffon t4()vIn, f:tshionc(I wil,h shirrc(I I}(l(li('(;, 8(lllltl'(! n(!('.klin( luld full skirt, ll(,r (!Ol'Si.ff>e will lie ()1' (Jeeil Jlrllniier i'()s,.;s a.iid giH'(lelti:is. Mrs. Nell, itll,l /[rs. \\;V:tl'Stilil will l)c wearinl I)ln(,k hce wi(.h Ritrdonilis. I)ecoritions for I.hc Jr. Council Group To Start Season With Dinner Sept. l! A September evening l lly In(!lh)w ClUl(Ih!lil4hl,! And (he new s(!IlSOli is iiil(Ior w:ty f0 Se:il,(l(! Se('(.ion, (',()uneil (If J' ,lllni(Irs. A ye:u'ly fllneti0II (,Itn(llehKhl ])(nn(u' sei'v(!s as fillill(ill g(!t-:i c(ltl:li ill (;d period IIOW IIl(!llll )(!I'S. By ]}reee, dcl nffor(ls, too, l]i(! first f(irlnlt] lllf of l.he seasoll. Fl'alie(!s lIll!0 )iewly-eh!(d(;d l)i'(mident of J ('.ouneil, will ou(linc aet,ivitie evenls for lhe [orth(on}ii}g ye fll ln],;ilil lirlulnI.E(ln(!nl,s for tll0 tier It( the (lowi}i:Ln lh}tel '1' By Mrs. S. I'he annual l)i(,,n rkmen,s Circh, Y, Atlgllst 2S, a| !nibers arc Ilrged t)railgii}g |he ce ilUnon(l, Mrs. .Shapiro, Ben R:t 11I. Ponish. ADDIT} Sel)(,<,n}lmr i l, at, 6::10, is M,)liy J|O"]" A ]1" :lssis(,e(I I)y ]']sl.h(!r Gross, Idlt I -,xl..z .., l'eggv Shift,on, M u'ic l;e|rs E_l_ , c'  " uwarn 1)'l'it (roei fi.I , M t 'v II tn ,ll ill W.. J . r l(lely le (.)iiSl.it ice Golden. / -- (0ontinuc(I f ..... e}leon Miss Gertrude Gittelsol ir.. 8am tleller tllrl(e(I fl'Ol}l :t vlt(ull.i()n trii , hlllehOOll Itll(I i {urriotl,lt llo(, Sl)i'ings ,tnd ;t Weekend fish ) . l,'ran(,[s(,.(). She was nw ty 1 Ill(It, sl(owin w(,ek s. eliless See li(,r' thwest eOlllitr FlSori was hos|( reeel)iion will I,e in llink nn(l while i lilltl II i ll}  illlJ I -Ws hen(n, 'it i]ow(!rs. Ii i diniri, I ' 14 OOIII. (III,;!SlS [l'()ll( Bellhlghlln} eXl)(w.l,e(] THIRD G UNiVERI-LJ, rS'W. Sheiniso :ll'e tll'. :illd ]Mrs. 1/. (llnz(!r lllld --Howl On The Screen'4 1 'rid ]ier (.we i (i.ughter, Fi':i. ll('(!S; Mr. :ili(I Mrs. 1. "ARMY GIRL"/tklildred, gave ,l'l(qf. (heir SOilS 1 Messrs. Rol)(wt Preston Foster-MadgeEl stiinq 0 g,Oli Aihl(,( and Alex (h'ieff, Mr. and Mrs. Nnn} JamesGleasn-H" B" War'| m ia E.GAR.ERG'.00 (ll:tzer nnd Mr. nn(I Mrs. l,()lliS i eft Gl( CHART.IE MeCARTHY l|etii/> .i y I '(!li ('Hazer. "PURE FEUD" Il, il Iurid. ]i()n}e w Plus l March of Tiln# ii. g laehin(!  The Bar Mitzvah of (:alvin l)rux- ,__PIus On Stage:,,,Yrd lfienie 1), lli:tll, V()llllg(!Sl, S()li Of Mr. llll(l Mrs. ] Eastern Circuit (:,e, hi,,, ' , ilclr .... (! in ll Nit((; I)ruxnlan, t(,()k l}la('.c It(> the I VAUDEVILLE Jl ell eelel)r,l((,( Bikur (h(}hllll yllilg()gll(; Sat, llr(lity 'lYrl.f,layCs c,: lll(irllill. ' lkl I'g 8()11 First to Rhodes Then to School! You'll Find Quality Clothes at Quantity Prices--Gathered Con- veniently for Easy Shopping on One Floor--Rhodes Fourth l To Mix Your Own-- Take one regulation navy skirt (smartly pleated of quality fabric), one regula- tion sweater in the new short length, and one smart- ly tailored middy ..... l{egulition Navy Sldrt___ 6.95 Regulation Sweater _ .... 3.95 New Style Middy_ ...... 1.25 Result, smltrl, total .... 12.15 ()UILI)nEN'S IIOI'---]TII FI,OOR RHOD Skirts, 2.28 to 9.95 Other Sweaters 2.26 Mitny More Vahics (ill l{hodes' -ll.h Floor Y0U 500,VE i Original cost of the raw furs, plus actual man(l" facturing cost--THAT IS ALLl The price o! a beautiful, lavish fur garment at Rubin's is str! pod of all extras and middle profits. You actua IlY "SAVE CUE RENT" by coming to Rubin's i the wtlolcsale district for your fur needs. 0 coats, savings .of $50 to $300 are not uncomm0 i Our raw fur division supplies the pclts at cos from trappers and original sources. Our manU" facturing department styles them to your ilr dividual order and measure ....... ' Mink, Caracul, Hudson Seal, Silver Fox. You will find everything that is rare and finc in furs at RUBIN'S. and Mrs. B eRS/ire of e Mrs. and his [tall ln Philadel rig hero tl-law, Mrs. Ughter, Seln the lnan eXCursion t( the ()r Allred Str in the cit an( ]'la U 1 ],'rie ])r. tlrge(ni. Ills Who e Illll for It lonl arid |,tie l,()tl] [.the gl'ail( hap ]'It S 1 is beco ten-mootl il) Sell and Alexande been d visits wJ Mavel She leav(s I of Miss lal)l)y to k ]iOlne fr( Del I1()()i t6 Mrs. J reeently i trip ].(, (M: lea DrOgraln w riOring (.] and Mrs, ft ( ly. ( 1005 there wil arid I,() visit i,h liver, for