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[[cut off]]VURE SECTION. DECEMBER 26, 1937.

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THE KITCHEN
Young Weaver is employed in an architect's office, and he draws his own plans for his models which are built to scale.

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PART OF HIS AIR FLEET.
[[cut off]]d from pine, this model plane is a Waco F-6 and is one of a [[cut off]] planes he put together. A member of the local Model Air- [[cut off]]ue, he has a model of military ship now on exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution.

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Copenhaver Society
ENGRAVERS and STATIONERS
1521 Connecticut Avenue Washington D.C.

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SADDLES
G.W. KING, JR.
511 11th St. N.W.

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Lester PIANOS 
Last a Lifetime
F.A. North Co.
1231 G STREET N.W.

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EXQUISITE ROXY FOOTWEAR
Presents Enna Jetticks
STILL ONLY $5 to $6
Trimmed in Patient
GLORIFIED OXFORD IN GABARDINE
3312 14th St. N.W.
Opp. Tivoli Theatre
Open Evenings CO. 1496

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ROAD SHOP.
[[cut off]] workshop also boasts a [[cut off]]oad built from plans he [[cut off]] kitchen pan helped [[cut off]]ntable for engines.

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IF YOU HAVE ANY DIFFICULTY WITH 
Hearing 
WRITE OR CALL
SONOTONE
901 Washington Bidg. 01. 0921

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Silver Plating
AND REPAIRING
D. L. BROMWELL, Inc.
723 12th St. N.W. MEt. 1134
Washington's Finest Platers since 1873

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The Season's Greetings 
FROM OUR STAFF
Lillias
15 Years in Columbia Heights
2817 14th St. N.W. CO. 10412

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[[cut off]]here are 7 to the PAIR [[cut off]] Rotogravure.

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ONLY CHAMBERS
One of
THE LARGEST UNDERTAKERS IN THE WORLD
Offers You...
MORE RESOURCES...
AND GREATER FACILI-
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