THE. WESTFIELD (N. J.), IJSADEB. THURSDAY, OCTOBER I
Curtain-Mad* Don't Min Tha Ninth Annual
MILLINERY ANTIQUES SHOW AND SALE
Foll-Winfer » f y l « M . Your October 27. M , I Ito10 Ostobar 29, I I »0t j j j
material or select from our
beautiful imported fabrics. Tha
Old hats renovated or remod- Monday Afternoon Club
eled. Color matching a spe- in th« club hawM at 1137 Watthung Avtnui
cialty. Fur hat» and muffs. NainfiaM, N. J.
AD 2-6688 luncheon 11:30 to 1:10 3:00.. J * I
STOP WISHING! VISIT*...
THF CORSET SHOP
.YOUR GARMENT FITTED at
THE CORSET SHOP IS THE
• HOMEMAKER .APPLICANTS—Shown applying for; the Hdmemaker Service Inc., courses Mon-
day are, left to right: Miss Helen Parker, president; Mrs., Victor duBusc, Mis. Graham Newberry, and "having" tha
Mrs. Richard Badgeley, boflid members; Mrs. KHherine Wells, executive director; Miss Lois Mc-
Dougall and Mrs. Dorothy Ernst of Wesbfleld; Mrs. Evelyn Dangle of Clark; and Mrs. Ida Kroeschler "right flguro" for tha
of Boikeley Heights, applicants. ,
Herberts of Westfield. Opens in New Location
UC Senior High • Herberts, which has moved four of the store a wrought-lron en-
you aro to wiar.
times to ever increasing locations cased stairway leads to the second Wa hovo MANY MANDS to choosi from . . .
Schools Offered tn'siie arfd btauty in fifteen years, floor, A headquarters for West-
and Th» KNOW-HOW to FIT . . .
opened its newest and largest unit field's teenagers. Here any young-
today -in • a 'two story >,limestone ster may rock and roll to* the mu-
feathered flattery Railroad History building dn East Broad street'for- sic of the free juke-box, partake
merly, occupied by the Elizabeth- of free coco-cola and join the Next on your list visit . . .
Senior high' schools throughdtit town XJaa'Go, t h e entire building many interesting contests and
has. been, completely; remodeled games planned for them. The
created by Herbert Bernard to frame the Urion County haVe»been invited and affords the management one of teen" shop, which will eater to
face softly and beautify the rich imported
velours. In black, navy, sapphire, Dior
blue,, purple iris, eoffee-with-browh, brown-
o' share toward E. Johnston's the largest specialty store opera- all youngsters in the C'to 14 size
history of,-the Rockaway Valley tions In the county.
li'dad, a result of labor for 13
yoars. Mr, Johnston, bridge engi- A sportswear section featuring latural oak wopdwork. Adjoining
neer in the office of County Engl- a continuous run of forty feet of ;he redenzvous is a spacious
eer John W. Metxell Jr. in Scotch skirts, a similar display of sweat- ounge where girls can meet and
*!alns, has offered it free to' the ers, and a lingerie department elax.
ichoola. He has already donated housing thirty-five feet of glass
range, is gaily painted in shades
of tangerine and sun-yellow with
THE CORSET SHOP
and have your "with" granted!
With-coflfee or black-with-white. 14.91 The store boasts a
t to some libraries and universi- cfnclosed Intimate apparel, are lo- music system, coffee built in and
cated to the front of the new lounge
148 E. BROAD ST. ADams 2-2615
store. Dresses, coats and suits are three large display windows on the
According to Mr. Johnston, the shown at the back of the shop with econd floor, each,of which fea-
' ! • Merfceri l i w i r t Imy history is a labor of love inspired all accessory items tastefully spot- .urea a spot-lighted mannequin.
by his interest in railroads -and ted throughout the interior. A \nother feature is tht moving,
ia Short Hilli. For newi about miUintry trolleys. The Rockaway Valley large colonial fixture In keeping slectrically operated' mannequin
u d a proview of the Bernard colloctloB ( Railroad, which ceased to function with the architecture of this sub- hich shows off a coat and dress
ptet Miss Marei from 10:00 A.M. to 4:0O P . l t in 1913 after 25 yem's of opera- urban community is centrally lo- imultaneously.
tion, was one of New Jersey's 20 cated and divides the department Herberts is owned and operated
r.hort line steam railroads, now all featuring a "dress boutique" from >y Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Fritz,
gone. , a grouping of ten dressing rooms. esidents of Westfield. Nationally
Altaua •UWacry. lvwe* level Copies of this hlatovy maybe ob- The entire color scheme is soft-; 'amous brands of apparel in every
tained from the Z&S '• Stationery ly accented in shades of apricot, tategory are featured and pur-
Store, 35 Elm street, or from My. and horizon blue with touches- of chased on an exclusive franchise
Mania Tmplke at Blvar I N < Johnston, 422 Tjita court, Plain white which blend with the com-basis by the owners and to this
field. ' • • • '. ••• • pletely carpeted floor . in ^delicate; they attribute the growth and suc-
HmUMW Ir4»h- Rosewood From the. center cess of their business. .
The annual mixer dance of Un-
'on Junior College, Cranford, will
x" held tomorrow evening at thn
Middlebrook Country Club, Bound
The dance, sponsored by the day
ind evening Student Councils.
"Everyone Is Talking"
ICELANDIC BULKY The people who k l o w (he b»'«,
Have given ui thr teat.
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Icelandic wool is something truly
rare. It Is light yet remarkably
warm and durable. ForMtmann
Open Thurs. till 9i30 P.M. LADY'S SUIT
CLEANED A N D PRESSED
has taken this fine imported
northern wool and woven It into Christian Science
a manly bulky stitch crew neck makes prayer
sweater. Its tweedy texture and
full fit make this a fine fall
A growing multitude hnvc
found how to have answers to
their prayers. They arc putting
Available in charcoal, char- their understanding to the test
daily. They are proving—many
brown, barley and crimson. to a remarkable degree — that
Christ Jesus' method of heal-
ing by prayer is practical toduy.
Science nnd Health with Key
to the Scriptures by Mary
Baker Eddy shows how to
solve the problems of daily life BROUGH
—how to overcome fear, sick-
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