North Carolina Newspapers

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MODES of the MOMENT
By Dorothy Roe
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WINTK.Ii DHAMA . . . Skirt
and sidle i;i bareiuluki print
eleleen unit h!a.k -liirt. by
Maia.uel .Wur.ian
TKIM TAIUl.KUll . . . Suit in
diirk green iibiirdine with
double collar, plus gold topper,
by .fller-.
STHICTLY ELEGANT . . . Slim
dress and jacket in sheer brown
wool with bronze bugle bead
(rim.
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to -'. A r : . fe t Jb.-
St. ITMAKER DRESS Vtra
Mas- ell ' does thi cr. in W;,!-tlu-r's
spice hark-kin.
FISH FARMING PAVS
LEWISTON. Idaho 'LP FiMi
f.-.ii.'iins is proving a profitable
mture in pert- of southern Idaho.
fas Thomas Hunter, job analyst
for the state employment service.
About 15 men arc raising fish on a
commercial Jjasjs m communities
along the Snake River.
COSTUME SUIT . . . Dress and
jacket in smooth wool with el
vet, by Paul Parries.
ENSEMBLE . . . Steed 'pearl
embroidery is used lavishly on
this dress and jacket designed by
Paul I'arncs.
Has Ambition
BALTIMORE AP . Yelberton
Abraham iYardarm Tittle. Jr.. the
Baltimore T-brewer who uas All-
America Conference rookie of the !
year la-t season, sets his sights high
for the future Says the Louisiana J
Sta'e star from Marshall. Tex.: "I '
aim to be the bet thrower in these I
here states " I
JCOACH TlCKE
"BE PATIENT, SIR! I'M SHAKING OUT HIS PIGGY BANK AS
FAST AS I CAN."
Actor Says
Jones's Are
Luckiest
By Patricia Clary
United Press StalT Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD 'UP.' An aclor
who's been known during his short
life by six different names says
you folks who are born and remain
John Jones are lucky.
This man was born Kenny
O Morrison. But nobody believes it.
Not even the nurse who made out
his birth certificate.
"I'm legally registered." he said,
as Kenneth Eugene Morrison.
That name was entirely the idea of
the recording' nurse at the hospital.
When my father said 'Ktnny
O'Morison,' she thought he was
too txeited to know what he was
telling her."
The "O" before the "Morrison."
he added, throws more people than
just the; nurse at the hospital.
"People won't question O'Shea or
O'Donnell," he said, "but when you
say O'Morrison, they think it's
your middle initial.-'
Kenny, he adds, is not diminu
tive of Kenneth. It's a good Irish
clan name.
Name Changed
When Kenny, was four, the
father, who named him was killed
in World War I. His mother mar
ried again, and the boy became
Kenny Elliot. In school, he added,
teachers called him Kenneth, even
Astute Campus Wolf
Hand-Picks Date List
TUSCALOOSA. Ala. (UP) Some
"wolf" on the University of Ala
bama campus has the best pros
pective date list, all pretty co-eds
hand-picked.
The girls realized what was hap
pening only after they got together
after registration this month. The
fellow with the date list was help
ing out in registration.
He would stop the prettiest girls
and ask to look at their registra
tion form, containing their name,
local address and telephone num
ber. He copied that information,
letting the lasses think it was the
usual registration rigamarole.
though it wasn't his name.
Later his mother married an
other man named Mandcl. Kenny
became Kenny Mandcl.
By the time he got to high school
his mother was tlivorced and had
resumed her naiden name of Ad
ams. Kenny became Kent Adams.
"These troubles were nothing,"
he says, "compared to trying to
explain to the army why I called
myself Kenny 'O'Morrjson when my
birth certificate said Kenneth Eu
gene Morrison,"
It took the government- five
weeks to adjust to the situation.
Now he is working in Fllmakers'
"Never Fear," produced and di
rected by Ida Luplno, under the
name of Kevfn O'Morrison;
"Richard Conte suggested the
name," he said. "I hope it's the last
on; I have."
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11 T. f
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MEN FIND WHAT
THE RIGHT PRiCI;.
ime for
TOPCOATS
Here you find a store full of values and selcx-tions
TO FIT MEN REGARDLESS OF SIZE
All Weather Venetian Covert Twill Topcoats
AND BLENDED GABARDINE
100 wo; 1 . . . t in only . . . extra fine
quality . . . .SPCCIAL" AT
$19.98
Gabardine ALL
WEATHER coat:;
W7 Wl . . . fine
ly lined OQ )Q
and made Li)"
Gabardine Fine Quality
ZIP OUT COATS. All wool,
all weather coat . . . Finely
tailored ... A JT QU i
Real Buy at ftt !$16.98 $19.98
CLOSING OUT OVKH
COATS . . All wool Mel
ton. . . Fleeces . . . Shags.
Reg. to $32.98 in 2 groups
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You've never seen so many in one store . , . NEVER SEEN BETTER VAL
UES,! We .shopped the markets for months . . . had manufacturers make up
what we wanted in unusual kinds . . . when things were "dull" so we i-otild
be sure of lowe:t prices! SEE THESE . . BE CONVINCED THERE'S
ONLY ONE STORE FOR YOU!
Some Of Our Cloth Jackets
Plaid Zipper Jackets . . very color
ful and heavy ... fQ
A Real Buy at . D."o
Men's Plaid Jackets . . . knitted
bottoms, quilted linings. Q An
A Real Buy at ".tO
Men's Cordurov Cnats witv. ir.
jN, Pers rayn lining- fine 1 A QQ
)?x: make. A Real Buy at lU.tO
wV Men's Gabardine Sur Coats . .
'fall Water repellent . . . pile lining ...
Regular $16.98 . . , Q OQ
Reduced to UttJU
iWffl
L i I Jilt!
-Men's Cordun,v
"-"pull
Coats . . Nice .sekctior. a1
Men's Shaker Km; Co;
rme worsted yarn . . ht
OXIY
5.98 and 6
Men's Satin Jackets,
knitted boitnms. with
wine. tan. -rav, b
heavy weight ani
extra hea'y. . . ONLY
we rp
Men's Horsehide Jackets
Bomber type . . . Sheepskin lining,
with fur collar, knitted bottom . . .
A REAL 1ft HQ
BUY AT U,VO
Men's Horsehide Jackets
Sheepshii; linrd, fur collar . . .
A REAL BUY OA AO
Men's Horsehide Jacket;
."Black only . . . Regular to t'll.W,
12.98
REDUCED
TO
Men's Horsehide Sur Coat
Long, with quilted lmitij; . . . Nunc
better ... A REAL QA AO
BUY AT Z;7.JO
AT ONLY
OTHER LEATHER JACKETS AND COATS AT PRICES
TO SUIT ANY PURSE!
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Shoes And Roots Are Here By The Thousands . . . Any Kind You Ncei
With Arch Supports . . . Without For Work And Unv!
Shoes At Down-To -Earth Price
MEN'S DRESS SHOES o AD
Only 0.90
By Star Brand. Black kid bluchcr, with arch support
MEN'S WORK OXFORDS n A t
my 6.49
By Star Brand. Fine gum soles. Soft uppers.
Very comfortable
IT'S, BOOT TIME!
Buy Them At Raiff's AT LOW PRICES
MEN'S LOGGING BOOTS
10 Inches High
9.98 .d 10.98
16" COOTS
By Endicott
P8 1Q.98
SPECIAL 5-BUCKLE
arctics:
For Men
Extra Heavy Quality
498
16" BOOTS.
By. Chippewa
Slip-On and Lace
Styles
' ty;98
You:il Bp. Wise to See KaifTs
J Shoes Before Buying Elsewhere
DRESS SHOES At Any Pno
MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS. ...!"
By Topper. In snlicl U ' '
MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS
Only
By Court land. Plain ar.u !.; :' "
STAR BRAND MAKES i QQ "
GOOD SHOES
Work Shoes by Star P.r;.n. 1
MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS
Onlv .
Bv Star Brand. Sevc'a. .
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MEN COMFORT SHOES
Only , ,.
By Star Brara F
MEN'S ARMY SHOES
Onlv
By Star Brand. li''; rlC
With Are:i Sn,n
7.98 '
Other Star Brand
DRESS SHUfcb ii,!
Black and brown. Uvr.-i
Set m
Work Shoes
by ENDICOTT
(In Two Groups)
3.69. na 3.98
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