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-This day the longest
Jn all. the year;
The eve the fairest.
The dawn most clear.
And what shall I say.
- -And what shall I give
?P make each moment '
. Glow and live. -
So touched with joy
; t can but say, .
Life Itself, w(U be long .
To hold, today!
rUS. WILLIAM H. RUIIO.
TtAItnT Jr ATltprfllnaf .wfiti
one of the most delightful teas of
the week Tuesday afternoon at her
attractive home. The affair was
given for the pleasure of the
; drama class which half been meet
ing injiiterestlag session through
out; the spring and .winter. The
gold . room where the guests met
nrou&ai, out, an effective. motif in
" Constance . rosea. , The tea' table
was centered with a bowl of moun
tain, rhododendron. Mrs. W, E.
Kirk poured, with a lovely, lunch
eon serredfor.. the .cfecasion. The
afternoon passed . pleasantly. the
linck's', .exquisite ', play, "pelleas
andJMelisande,tf-. i, .,1.':
, Invited guests for the affair iti
, eluded . Mrs.' RusselJ Brooks, Mrs.
Clifford; Brown; Mrs.' Fred Thiel
sen Miss. Elisabeth Lord, . Miss
ffZ label . Jtobertson.. . Miss .Helen
Trarce Miss Frances "Richards.
'Irs.,, Alice H Dodd and Miss
!.Iaude Covington. -.1 .
. Those making up the personnel
of the class are: . Mrs. A. N. Bush,
liiss .Mattie Beattyr Mrs, W. E.
Kirk. M;s, E. C .Richards, Miss
Kdith Hazard.., Mrs. R. J. Hen
dricks Mrs, John McNary. Mrs.
John, Albert, Mrs. William Ilam-
ikon, Mrs. Sam Kozer, Mrs. W. E
Anderson. Mrs. Ray Farmer and i
J.Irs.. WiUiam H. Burghardt. Jr.
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Are you movie mad?
You will be when you see "MINUTE;
MOVIES, the, motion pictures' on pa
per, which are appearing every, day ons
the classified page of The Statesman, -
.And you wi)l want to know about the
fVcaie and jstudio life of the gifted galaxy'
6 stars who shine daily in this novel
picture series. . ,
. EJyery things will be revealed eventual-;
lytin. the. occasional glimpses . of-Folly-!
woody, under . the title "Behind the' '
Screens," taken on location and on the
Wheelan lot. (Ed. Wheelan is the artist
who draws "MINUTE MOVIES.?)
You can Jfollow every phase of the
moving pictures in this novel feature;
and you can count on seeing its every?
In The Oregon Statesman
" THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
For the pleasure of Mrs. Fran
ces Newberry, who leaves this
month with her husband for Santa
Rosa, CaU Mrs. U. G. Shipley was
hostess yesterday afternoon in an
informal wayfor friends from St.
Paul's Episcopal church. Poppies
and pink roses added n attractive
decorative note to ' the rooms
where later refreshments were
served. 1 . -,!
Mrs., Roy Bishop who, with her
three children, Jane; Thomas and
Billy, has been, a guest fori the
week at the C. P. - Bishop home,
returned yesterday morning, t to
Portland, .a j
:, j ' j '
Complimenting Mrs..: William C.
Kiltz, Jr.. (Aline -Thompson) Mrs.
V. II LyUe entertained in a most
charming, manner Thursday after
noon. The afternoon! was infor
hially spent in" rooms attractively
decorated ' with lavender daisies.
Mrs. Fred Thielsen and Miss Lou
Thompson assisted in the serving
of. the luncheon. i ; ; s v
' The guests for the tea were Mrs.
T. A. Livesley, Mrs. William
George of Log Angeles, Miss Eliz
abeth Lord. Mrs. William C. Kiltz,
Jr., .Miss; Lou Thompson, Mrs,
Sherman Thompson,' Mrs. Asahel
Bush, Jr.; Mrs. Robert Kinney of
Astoria, Mrs.' Ada Strong, Mrs.
William -,H: Burghardt, Jr. Mrs.
Fred- Thielsen, Mrs. Fritz Slade.
Mrs. James Lin if , - M rs.! Daniel
Fry, Jr., Mrs. John J. Rob
ert3.-Mrs.. William Walton, Mrs.
O. C. Locke "and Mrs. Louis Lach
mund. ; ' .
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i Before a large andietacethe fol
lowing program was, given at the
first of the. recitals this week by
pupils of Miss Joy Turner. Mrs.
W. K. Darnell and Miss Joan Ev
ans were the assisting sopranos of
the evening.' Those In-the violin
ensemble for, thef opening a"nd clbs
ingr:numbers of the program who
did not appear in solos included
Wilbur Jones, Levi Oleman. Wil-
liam E. Moses. Mary Fallon.'.Clar-.
If - II J it 11 ii
Ice Harper. Mrs. E. Wooley. Jas.
J. Potter, Cleo Seely, Minnie Pet-,
er3on, Jerry, Calaba and risabelle
Cragg. r ,
The complete program follows:
(a) Ronde D'Anuour.... . .
(Morceau De Salon .... Wilson
' Morris Powell. .
Violin Fantasie No. 3. . . .Dancia
i George Stoner.
Violin A Rose from Spain
Valse Espagnole Franklin
Verna Wood. .
Piano- Grande Marche de Con
cert ...... ... . . Wollenhaupt
. Lilll Smith .
Violin Fifth Air Varie. . .Dancia
J. R. DeSpaln. '
Vocal Happy Days.... Strelezki
Mrs. W. K. Barnell. -"
(Violin, obbligato Harold Rupert)
(a) Caprice Auchester
(b) Polka de la Reinle. . . .Raff
Violin Concerto in D. . . . .Seit
Piano (a) Country Gardens,
'.'English Morris Dance Tune"
(b) Valse de Concert, Op.
3, No. 1 . . .... . .Wieniawski
Violin Rakoczi March, Arr. by
. ........ Arthur Hartmann
Ensemble Poet's Dream;. Rolfe
Solo violin, Mildred Scott.
Ensemble Our School Band. .
Solo violin, Mildred Scott.
Piano The Rosary ; . , ; . .Nevln
Violin Gavotie . Gossee
Marjorle Wunder.; ,
Piano - . '
(a) The Conquered Warrior :
(b) Polonaise . ....... Virgil
Gertrude Riessbeck. 4 ;
Vocal Shadows. Jacobs-Bond
': Joan Evans. ;
Piano Iris Polka, . . Wollenhaupt
Violin March . . .4 . . Tours
Piano Fantasie De Concert. . 1
Vocal ........ : . Lefebure-Weley
Violin Schon Rosmarin . Krelsler
Mildred Scott. '
Piano- - ;
(a) Music Boz Caprice, ... '.
b. In a Whirl ; . ... 7. . . Wachs
Ellen Savage Goodeno ugh
Violin Estudiantiaa. Spanish
. Waltzes . . . . .' Waldteufel
, Margaret Eddy.
. Among.those motoring .to . Port
land . yesterday for , the Oregon
poets' surprise supper were Mrs.
FT sr Barton Mrs. W. F. Fargo,
Mrs. Gertrude Robfson Ross and
J R. DeSpafn. i all troins as the
motor .guests .otvCoL- E. . Hof er.-
' iVIiss Edna Miller on her birth
day and Miss Maude Savage,' bride
elect, were both honored last eve
ning. at a party at the ' home of
Mrs. Fred L. : MiUer. with Miss
Siii: big Groups of Ready-to-Wear
- ? i
THE THREE IN ONE COSTUME
BIOS FOR FAVOR
Edna , and Miss. Minnie Miller the
hostesses. , As a . gift t. from the
group an aluminum waffle iron
was presented to the bride-elect.
Games appropriate to the occasion
occupied the guests throughout the
evening till at a late hour; lunch
eon was served. A doll costumed
as a bride, centered ; the r table.
Pink candles ' in ;" pink holders
marked the places. - At" the close
of the luncheon the guests toasted
marsnmellows over , the candles.
Covers were placed for , Mrs La
Molne R. Clark, Mrs. H. W. Sav
age, Mrs.; Fred L. Miller, Miss
Elsie . Lippold. Miss Ruth MeAd
ams. Miss Josephine Shade," .iSps
Elizabeth Stoehauser, Miss' Vio
let Hoover, 'Miss Nancy Savage,
Miss Grace Holt. Miss Sylvia Mar-;
sters. Misa Mabel SavagevMiss
Rena Mickey, Miss Helen Savage,
Miss, Grace Roberts. Miss Flor
ence Waldo, Mis Bessie Smita
and Mrs. Albert Rasmusqen
I ' Miss i Mabel R,entf r danghUi:-
of Prof, and .Mrs. Joseph. Rentfro
formerly, of Salem, will arrive -in
thi city from Rosalia; Wash.; tfifB
morning. Miss Rent fro, graduat
ing from the University of Idaho
in 1923, has been teaching this
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During the next ften days
Low Prices Will
Upon aD broken lines,
- . . f T
Jot of Cotton Goods go
at 13c yd.
Lli is not lain
sailing in tno.
One can no longer
be confident that an
tlon on-. the avenue"
, Is a suit, . For, on
tHe wearer passing
ns, one pel-ceives the
all in oneness of a .
coat. Or; vice versa.
; And then, after We ,
have been reduced
to a pleasing state of
turns out that the
costume Is really a
coat frock. -"It
is quite " a
feature of this year,
writes Henri Creange from Paris.,
"to see a coat frock looking like
a straight gown at the back and
like a tailor made With a short or
long jacket in front, or the. con
trary. I even had the. surprise
'the other day of seeing a mannikln
taking: oft this already,,., amazing
garment to show a little dresS un
derneath; it was nn unespectcd
coat." . . '. l
The costume of beige. Krlsal
krepe which lias Just been relayed -to
us from Ciieney's Paris ateliers;
shows all these ideas, and. besides,
the very novel one of opening sud
denly a high fastened jacket to
show a b Hi Hia.nl colored waist.
t Even -when the,. . front ; of .: the
Jacket is demurely closed, as shown
In. the small sketch., n gay. note is
added to the ctfsluihe. by the. chic
plaid bows tied around the throat
and wrists., for the Chic "Parlsienne "
te-tlay , Is as. beplaided as any
yeart a( . Perma. aont -In the
autumn .she will gojto Redcliffe
college, having been, granted a re
cent scholarship.' r , t
f The Loyal Women's class of the
First Christian church met in the
church parlors at 2:30. o'elock
Thusrday for the regular June
meeting, which-was postponed un
til ' this date, on . account of the
Rose festival in Portland. Early
summer flowers were used in
bowls' and baskets about the
church. A business session was
conducted early in the afternoon
.with. Mra. F. M, Reed presiding.
L An excellent program was given
with Mrs. J. Hall in charge. The
vocal duet by Miss Aline Carper
and Miss Mildred 'Clement, with
Mrs. Carper accompanying, was
especially appreciated. Mrs. T. E.
McCroskey, and Mrs. T. C. White
both gave one of their interesting
readings, after which refreshments
were served, with the following
acting as hostesses; 'Mrs. Hitch
cock, Mrs. J. W. f Harriett;'' Mb;
Sarah Campbell and Mrs. Ferry.
. . : r ;: ';
Inviting the members of Chap-
ter G of the PEO Sisterhood to be
her guests for the last meeting of
. . .
1 . m
- : - m:
- SATURDAY MORNING,
T " ' . II faun" . t
Marion County Sunday school
picnic. Fairgrounds. .
Junior piano pupils of Miss El
ma Wellerjn recital, Woman's
club house. .8:1a p ciock.
thQ anason. Mrs. II. J. allies
charming hostess of Thursday ai-
ternoon. Colorful iiowers
vivid about the rooms, in re
sponse to roll call' the i7 mem
bers present for me occasion
swered with favorite quotations.
! After the regular routine of busi
ness thq paper of the day. "Edu
cational Facilities of South Amer
ica," was given by Mrs. E. J. Huri
man. Mrs. W. D. Smith of Chap
ter AB was a guest of the group
for, the Afternoon
A delightful buffet luncheon
was served during the social hour
that followetd, Mrs. William
i Hughes and Mrs. Frank . Churchill
presiding at the coffee urns.
I Pupils of Miss Elma Weller, ap
pearing" this evening in recital,
will give an interesting demonstra
tion of the Dunning improved mu
sic course for beginners. The
program will be given at the Sa
lem Womens club building. -
; ,-. .
Mrs. William C. Kiltz, Jr., of
Portland, Mrs. , Roy Mills, -Mrs.
Fred, Thielsen and Miss Lou
Thompson ' were .luncheon guests
on Thursday of .Mrs. William H.
Burghardt, Jr. The affair was de
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In order that ehe could be grad
uated and receive her diploma
frpm the Wpodburn high school,
Helen Wilda Rail, v 1 8,- a Clacka
mas county girl, and ;only. child of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rail of Wood-
burn, route ?,' kept her marriage
a. secret-until after the required
examinations - were taken. , The
truth was then told to the parents
and- her teachers. The bride
groom ; is Walter , Moshberger of
Portland; son of Mr. and Mrs. t).
A. Moshberger of Mt. AngeL The
young ' people ; secretly - married
during the Christmas holidays at
Vancouver, Wash., and : returned
to their. homes. , ,
For the present the bride will
remain with her parents and later
move to Portland where Mr. Mosfr
berger Is employed Mount Angel
News, Jqne 20.-. ;
Mrs. .Edna ,-La .Valley and her
daughter Clara and Miss Anna St
Clare motored to Pacific City yes
terday where they will spend the
week-end.. . - . ;
v After having spent the winter at
eia, v.i. Airs. Hattie
Greenwood Is In town as the guest
of Mrt .jWtDl -Needham sand'of
Mrs. ; M. C, Pettys. . She will
here until ;neit month, returning
men to- her home in Boulder,
Colorado. . . .
I Thirteen MOPe Districts
File Their Annual Reports
Thirteen more annual reports
of various school districts in the
county, have been, tiled with Mrs
Mary .L. Fulkerson. county school
superintendent. These are as fol-
I lows: . .- .- ,
Salem H. H. Olinger, chair
man, re-elected; Olinger and L. J
Simeral,- directors for three years;
w. h. Burkhardt, re-elected clerk
Looney F. B. Simpson, chair
man, Fred Swartz, retiring; J
Hochspeier, director; .Marguerite
Looney, clerk, H. E. Kitsley, re-
Johnston John Johnston
clerk, William Johnston, retiring
elected director J V. H. Wells, re
Oak Glen -Oficar Nalrtz, chair
man, J. E. Etzel, retiring and
elected director; H AV Siegmund
Triumph- William Van Handel
chairman, Joseph Schumacher, re
tiring and elected director; B. H
i Gescher, re-elected clerk.
Keizer John Evans, chairman
moma3 qiaggett, retiring; G. G
Settlemier, director; W E. Savage
re-elected clerk. - '
Geelan Anna " C. Sprogris, re
elected chairman; John M. Ross
re-elected airectpr, and Lela M
Zell, re-elected clerk.
, Crooked Finger J. H. Kinser
re-elected chairman;. James Cul
President Coolidge Hospitalization Bill
for Veterans as Wife
photograph "was" taTtfn ;
the. President was "signing tHe; bill
vklch proided for $C.S0.000for
tlie - Improvement off hosDHafs In
wlilch war veterans f ratlents.
I r"5?cf"Y',kMV ' ""'"inw ,. -ww- r
If -I' K i U'
pbone 3 AdvertUIna Depi.
IUU pr word:
Money .to Loan
Ob IUbI Jitt
T. K. TOKD
DOKS TOUR FOKU B Iz, rr A AT"
. .-.-m. nM VT B V T
Megnelo teite jrae '
mrcil St. 'neV,
AUTO REPAIRING 2
BUICK ASD STWJEBAKEtt
jAClt DOERFKR MOTOR REPAIR '
' 410 R. "omrnercral 2 1B1!
IP ITS FOR THE TOP OR UPIIOIj-
tery of car we have it. i an wo i
O. J. Hull,. ..
at .250 State fit. ' S JnelS
FOR RENT apartments 5
DESIKABLK APARTMENT L.A.uutj
pleasant roomn, erery conYfnienr. ia.j.
Ktate St.. S jn.24
FOR RENT 2 AND 3. ROOM APART-
cial. ". . J-8
FOR . RENTr-IlOCSE ANI Apartments.
Phone 20545J. , tijiyio.
FOR KENT 4. ROOM UNFURNISHED
apartment. Light ana water. oi
BEAUTI'1-' APARTMENTS, REASON-
able to pertnaneni tenaui , auumi.
X. 12th;St. Adultl. inetS
FOR BENT SOME GOOD Aparunema
at all prices, 147 2i. C'om'l. BV Jr.
Mover. ' 5-jnel8if
FOR RENT APARTMENTS. 891 i AO.
APARTMENT FURNISHEP OR UKFUR-
nished to ' responsible party at tna
8. Com'l. ' Phons Mrs.
Brown. 1679J. or 931. 5-Je6tf
KTrFLY FURNISHED TWO KW
H ww. .....
iraurr pnnw FTTKNISHEO ArAKr
Bient. 592 N. Hammer. o-jnuow
IP TOU AEE- INTERESTED IN CQOI
cleui, comiortabla apartmenta, reon
apla rent; located downtown diatriet,
Patton apartmeoti. For inspection or
reaerTation fall: Patters Book Store
lev. re-elected director, ana Jonn
T. Plas, relected clerk.
Victor Point J. O. Darby,
chairman, Henry. Jag.net, retiring,
elected .director; Mrs.. Roy A
Jones, re-elected clerk.
Salem Heights P. F.' Stolz-
helse, chairman, Jv A. McClain,
retiring, C. A. , Ratclif r, director:
Myron Van Eaton, clerk. Charles
A, Ratcliff, retiring.
Liberty O; E. Brooks, chair
man; Roy V. Ohmart, retiring;
Claude Stevenson, 'director; Prank
Mohney, clerk, Fred t. Scott, re
Prospect L. H. Bates, chair
man, relected; J. M. Schon, direc
tor; Hildur Bates, clerk, Mrs. L..
H.- Bates, retiring.
, Riverside J. J Bowler, chair
man, B. R. Haley, retiring, elected
director; Eva Cauthorn, re-elected
director; Eva Cauthorn, re-elected
Hilman Elected Director
In District ; Number .1 9
SILVERTOX, Or.. June 19.
( Special to . The Statesman.) At
the school election held in district
19 Monday evening' Dan Iliiman
was elected director. J. C. Gople
xud was re-elected clerk. The
financial "report showed plenty of
money, in $hat treasury, so no spe
cial "tax was roted. . It rwas de
cided at this meeting to complete
tne work on the children's play
sued and to ; paint tne school
building. All of the eighth grade
graduates of district 19 attended,
the county, graduating exercises
at Salem last Saturday. The class.
n u mber in g Beven . received diplo
and Gen. Pershing Look On
propriatlon ? of . $350,000 , to K.,n
tflfSf hositalsv Jor. soldiers
bUndcd tfurlng war Services. Loft
"-V?S",.lt- areCere- Pei-sTUn. Mrs.
Kalidti. nnmrn- .
On.wsk. (six InMrtloB) t
Ob monts ..... ,. 20a
Six moBtb' eontrtet Pr mo l&e
12 month! eoBtrset, pr ma13t
Klalmam for ssy s4vrtUmat-25
FOR RENT rooms
FOK'BEJiT SLEEPING KOOM CIX)Si?
ia tor -. gvotUtwan, 14 lor room aul
gaHgf'. 'a Mr. Moyer, 147 Commer
cial St.'." Soon 6. . e jnelfett
ROOM AND BOARD WITII'nOME Trir.
Uegen. Phono 142.T. 6-jnrlStf
FOR RENT bouses
FOR . RENT 2. GOOD A ROOM hoatet.
clone in with Wwrnent and furnara.
147 N. Com'i St., Mn. Moyer. 7 jnelstt
FOR RENT 0 ROOM HOUSE, GARAGS
f23 montn. r-everai choice dowutgwa
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Rfaltor ,
21B Orecon Bldg. 7-jn15
4 KOGrf -COTTAGE. WITH RANGE. -Call
790 N. 14th Ht. I'lione 1889J 7 joeiatt
HOUSES TO RENTt-F. U
HOUSE FOR? RENT
Call at 101 Ii. 13th.
PARTLY FDRNISnED 7 ROOM IT . . J
677 N. Winter. Fbqn Hero JfeK.n-.r.
Turner, Oregon. . 7-ii.iiJ
FOR RENT 5 ROOM MODERN Iio:.':."3
rlose to a.rhool and 'Ior in, ba-n -.t
and, garage, 13. 147 fi. Cow 1. t..
jMrw. woy-r. 7-ir.-' - -
FOB SALfizniscellaneous ii
FOR BALE LAYING' LEGHORN IIKXg.
l'hone .32F21, . . S jnt ji
FOR 8ALF.-iANWi;E WALNUT (-tf
and three cbairK, hand carved, i if
l'pholt,ering'Co. r : .8 jr.. yz'
ZOO TAXCRED WHITE MHORX Imi,
no rolla, 75 cent -each. - AUo 1 i .1
row, freahwi- October 1, -63. Li. i.
Bo J40. Flione 111F32. 8jnf;i
CLOVKtt HAY IN THE FIELD.
VTCTROLiA AND 84 RECORDS FOft
Wicker baby bnggT and ' twa
birds. 445 South Winter. it.
2 WILTON RUGS FOR SALE 163 :
13th atreet. 8 .
' Frtiit Jars
V .We hare large supply of near! i
''fruit jarr lor tale.
We Save Yoa Mc:: :.
' CAPITAL BARGAIN HOUES
. 215 Center St.
'We bny nLeU TerythSr?"
- f : ill iVtt f Li.
FOR SALE FIRE-WORKS; WI
; aal and retail, 244 South Xi:
Georgw San. . . ... ' -.,
FOR SALE -A LARGE RANG 3 "
reierToir, good condition. . Af
561 N. Front. . ,e
CAS IX FOR. TRASH. A BONA i
offer. Read tka claaaifiod eoluniL
" day. . . .. - t
PRINTED CARDS. BltE 14" JsT '
wording, "Hoomt. to Rent,' T
eenta ach. Btateamaa BaaUe
iea, flfM Floor. - -.-;
Beautiful Orecn H
i : v . '." -
And oloroa otter Oregos
, gather wit a fin eollectioa !
" la songs,' nend song ini .
, time f arorltca. "r
AXJj ron .
(Special prteea m qaaaCty V ' :
Ktpecially adaptable for tK-lio. . ,
innity or kosjs siaglsg.' La
Tt pagoa u la 1U ttlrd Z
, PBDUiAad W .
' -' '
OREGON TEACirEKfl MOST
115 S. CommerMal BL -
UNDERWOOD TTPEWKII -!
Hare yoar machine re r i I
pooplo who make It. -peil
rate to atodaaU. 100 .Kaaot
. Phono sea.
FOR 8 A LB OLD NEWSPir
eenta a bnndlo. Circulation v.
Oreron Stmtenman. .
FOR SALE Uvcstoclc
FOU HAIj: FRESH COW. 1
'35F15. G. M. Campbell. S
FOR. SALE FRESH JERSEY
' good milker, 771 N. CommerriaL
SEVERAL GOOD MILK COW 3,
nd eomlac freah, for ''.
Soderman,' Jefferaon, Oro k-U I
49F28 from Salem. '
KINO O REGISTERED WHITi
aiaa cat 'at 6tud. Flake's Path.
State. Phono 630. ' '
JRED W. LANGE, TETERTN.'
Offlco 430 8. Commercial,
f. Phono 1510.
WOOD FOB SALE
16 INCH OLD FIR, FIRST CLA
cord guaranteed. Phono 1361--
. CALL 1855
' for yoar coal -and wood. Low
-. prices. . . Immediate . or later,
BEST GRADE OF WOOD 4 FT.
16, Inrh. , ; -
. Dry mill . wood. r
Dry Second Growth fir.
Dry old fir.
. 4 foot Aah and Oak. ,
. JPrompt dliTery nd reawnat
Pred E. Wella, 280 South
1 INCH BLOCK WOOD. 375
load; four losdi $14. Phono i
WOOD FOR SALE ORDER YOCr
ter'a wood . bow. ' Oak, ash. f
aocond growth, tir. Phono 1;
FOR 8ALE-DRY SECOND -GRO
. wood, 4 ft. for immediate c
Phono 108. , '
DRY SECOND GROWTH FIR J
v oord daUvorod.. Phono 1T. .
A STEADY RELIABLE YOUNO
wishea work in private fm:
dress ."Alice" care Stateim"
TA. also nr :,.6'nn:nnjfl hJ... ,uu