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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, December 10, 1929, Image 8

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THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE G. William* Found Guilty of Harboring Young Woman Who Escaped From Re- .. formatory at Bedford Mid-Season Sale Sports and Afternoon MEW POCHELLE Smart New Clothes For the Holidays Reduced to Be sure to visit our Solve your gift problems easily. , t quicky. . .the most welcome way: give Formerly 15.00 to 39.50 Vou> Dress tbe Christmas tree in fine fine wearables as well as play ­ things. Imported Wool Sweaters, 2 to 6. 3.95. Imported Bath Robes, 1 to 3. 3.75. If and Embroidered Broadcloth Creepers, 1 -to 3. 1.95. Pastel Angora Berets, 2 to 6. 1.50. Tweed Raincoats and Hats, 2 to 6. 3.95. Bloomer Frocks in dainty wash prints, 2 fo 6. Rayon Combinations, 2 to 8. 1.50. Flower and Gift Shop when tbe season is in full swing and you need countless frocks for tbe vari ­ ous activities of tbe day - .. Ware ’ s offers special prices on dresses reduced because of odd sizes and incomplete color anges. Transparent Velvets Flat Crepes Crepe de Chines Tweeds Covert Cloths Sizes 16 to 42 Decorative Christmas Flowers Potted : Small red berry trees tagged for place cards or to send through the mail. 23c n Seven-inch red berry trees, 87c. Sketched above. Twelve-inch holly trees in red or green, with berries, 1.17. Sketched below. 18-inch holly trees, red or green. 2.87 White frosted trees, 15 inches. 2.47. Sketched above. 10-inch tinsel trees in red glass pots, 67c Large potted Poinsettias, 3 blossoms. 2.67 Single: Poinsettias, 10c, 27c and'57c and 57c Mistletoe Sprays. 17c and 57c jflttk, Large rambler holly sprays. US? 3 ® Red carnations, 23c ■ry Auto Wreaths: W Red berry wreaths with holly, 47c. Sketched above. Holly and P o i n s e 11 i a wreaths, 87c WAKE ’ S —Second Floor Gift Certificates Millinery Department, Second Floor Countless little gift shops all in one! ... An ideal place for the busy shopper. Here are assembled choice gifts from all over the store . hfte you can shop at leisure ‘ far from the madding crowd ’ .. . here you save steps, time, and worry, for the assortment is wide enough to cover your entire gift list, and there are countless sug ­ gestions for people who \ have every ­ thing.\ Everything is plainly displayed and price tagged. Ask '(or telephone)] our Information Desk about Ware ’ s . , . end deliver it la persoal Santa is in Ware ’ *-Toy- land. jpn the third, floor, every day from 11 to 5. Gift Suggestions For Those Who Like Things to Wear Sweaters : Slipons with natural waistlines like blouses. 34 to 40. 2.98. Cardigans in sport colors, 3.98 fo 5.98.. Tuck-in Skirts of wool crepe, covert, tweed, or flannel. 14 to 42. 5.95. Raincoats of silk moire or rubberized tweed, 8.75 to 16.50. Leather Coats, finger tip length. 29.50. Blouses of satin or flat crepe, 5.95 to 10.95. GIVE Stocking Grandma Grandma likes silk-and-wqol hose, 235; all wool hose, 235: and heavy silk hose with lisle garter tops, 135 It ’ s smart to give practical will see many Christmaj lew welcome presents go. Modern Hooked Rugs 10.50 and 15.00 Little works of art; delightful colonial designs, and colors stilt ­ ed to charming informal inter!- • ore. Soft, deep, and thick. One pattern sketched, --v la tbe group, sixes about- 2x4 feat. Special Offering of Gift Silk Lingerie Step-in Chemises Dress Slips Dance Sets Step-ins and Panties Crepe de chine English MoKair Rugs For Bedroom, Both, or Using Room . Rags in heavenly . plain colors which do not show marks because the center is curled ... deep, soft velvet-like pile ... yet the smaller sixes can be washed..right in your Father chooses silk-and-wool socks, 55c to 130 Polly counts among her neces ­ sities chiffon stockings with picot tops. Tbe very smartest shades, 135 to 235 — — ------- f Jtd colors, tailored or trimmed with dark laces. Each gar ­ ment is well made and packed in a white gift*box. Sixes 34 to 44. TELEPHONE ORDERS FILLED Bob likes sporty socks, SSc to 130 Oriental Ruga in Scatter Sixes HAMADAN TILAHAN Riohly colored, beautifully tex ­ tured, and attractively patterned. For use by a favorite chair or couch, and-in the vogue of scatter rugs for the solid color-carpet. V 6\ x 3 ' - - i* 7.75 GIFT L1NENI . Hand Embroidered 5-Piece Italian Linen Bridge Sets Brother keeps his feet warm in imported aereo-eighta sports socks ; cotton, 30c;. wool, 130 to 435 WARE ’ S — Sl*in Floor Genuine Antique Hooked Ruga Reversible patterns 'In Soft mellow colon, lending an air of old-wcrld charm to ’ the modem home. Scatter sites averag ia g 7%**% ft 24.00 and 32R0 Silk ’ -SWn Woven Rug. Brother terns woven through to the back for long wear. ^ ri0 ” x3'- - - |1.50 OPEN BIDS Psrk r 1 sjb W E-Urn Bnuli Fan- SlaUas -a Hatch- ias*a Pgtorey JUNIOR HIGH PUPILS BANK the Brush Farm i UM m ^ ou ™ tfa* Hutchtneon Hirer P» rkwmy. when opened yeeurday by the Wretch. »- $100 A WEEK found to bo E OUondl. Inc, of Ml. Vernon, with ■ bid of SUMO. 303 Eastview Avenue De- There were • total of 17 bid,. In- dlcaUn, keen oompetition ter the Job with a majority ofthe bidden poiston Bring Total Since Opening of School waa^MMOO by Oeor*e V. Brlaau. to IW97 The Park Commlulon liun (he The banking report for Decem ­ ber Srd at the Eaat View Avenue Brush Farm Riding School and the ■table* arc being enlarged to meet Junior High School ehow, that *100.63 *u deposited by SO* pupil,. clientele. A3-G, and the 0-A Com. had 100 O -- f-4 Laaaas L

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