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Tha QUE G ON STATESMAN, Safera. Oregon, Tuesday Monday Jcry 9, 1929
Spciety News and Club
;P r e 1 1 y I Wedding
Hut 1L Dqax. Socutv Editor
"For Big and little Sister"
1 ': The marriage of Miss R1U Pearl
- .t Jleld.i daughter of Mrs. Cora E.
Z- Reid, land John H. Bagley, Jr son
H of Mr, John H. ! Bagley of Port-
?- .- landj ;wa solemnized at. 8 o'clock
last night In the borne of Dr. and
- ' "MrH.j.j W. J. Thompson at t5
; . : North Capitol street before 30
: , close friends and relatlres. The
-? '; bride was siren In marriage byvher
-f 1 brother, Evan A. Reld of Port-
1 : jThe Rer. O. W. Taylor of Port
t v f landldfficiated at the ceremony be-
fore a loYelyf altar of greenery.
Tbe roomswere decked wlh snap
. : .draerons ' delphinium and? eolden I
- "rod lira color moUf of pafe.Javen-
':'": i-der and pink. Miss Pearl Pfetarsson
I ' .i' ot lialsey and Wayne R. Bagley of
- i-portlani a. brother, of the bride-;
i 'i'"' frroojn. attended the couple. Little
- -. t' MissU Bonner Roth' Burdfett 7 of
f:-:.PrineTille Vras flower airl. 1 -
Zi?? Ml Ruth ; ,Bedfor4 played the!
; '" -. Lobengrra ana aienaeissonu . wea
; t , ding inarches ad accompanied i
Mlsa Lillian Scott 'who sang "Be-
The bride wore a beautiful pale
pink! Ichitf6n gown with a skirt of
ruffed tulle edged In pink satin.
: Her i Veil was of pale pink caught
' In a leap efrect. She carried a show
er bouquet of Cecil B runner and
; white bride's roses. Miss Pehrs-
son iwas gowned In peach colored
- chiffon. Miss Burdett wore a pale
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XOUri OI Niuwcru uiegua n myn i
wai include the Oregon Caves ana.
V:! Crater Lake after which the.y planfl Jjsg Gardner Weds
. tg spend two months at Aberdeen,
wasnmgion. - ,
i " Mrs. Bagley is a graduate of
O. & iCl in the class of 1927 and a
Mis Jewell Ineze Gardner.
member of the Alpha Delta f daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
soronty. wnile on me campus sue Gardner, became the bride ol
was lso affiliated with the Madri- jameB Nichols Brinkley, son of
gal club. Por two years she taught Mr aid Mrg. T. Brinkley at a
in the Home - Economics depart- pretty ceremony In the Jason Lee
mentior the rarnsn junior mgn Methodist church Sunday arter-
; tchool. 4 i noon. The Rer. ETerett Gardner,
. MrL Bagley is also a graduate brother of the bride. officiated
In the class of 1927 from O. S. C. wit the sincle ring serrice. The
-He is a member of the Theta. Delta p0nnio were attended by Miss Mll-
Nn fraternity and Alpha Delta Ljred Gardner and William Brink-
Sigm and Xi Sigma Fl honorary ey
Girl Reserves Leave
Fori Camp Today
V Beta Chi luncheon, 12:00
o'clock at Grajr. Belle.1 -
Women's Bible class, First
Ms E. church, lawn party at
2:00 w'clock, with Mrs.fG. P.
Johnston 795 S. 20th.
. R. N. A. picnic at fair
grounds all day.
Sons of Veterans auxiliary
at 8 o'clock in Woman's
Ladies Aid society of
Christ Lutheran church, af-
Woman's organization of
Jason Lee M. E. church, pic-
nic, Mrs. L. M. Scharff, 2037
Nebraska street,. 10:30 to 4
At District Meeting '
" ! ! , - " i' .
More than 199 people were la
attendance at the district meet
ing of the Maccabees which was
held in Fraternal Temple Satur
day eTenlng. under the direction
of Willamette Tent No. and Cap
itol Hire No. 99. Delegations at
tended from most of the nearby
towns and Portland. The meeting
was called to order by J. W. Sher
wood of Portland, state; command
er of: the Maccabees, and opened
with a piano solo by A. B. Hansen.
after which the officers of Capitol
Hire No. 99 were Installed. ' The
meeting was then turned orer to
the ladies degree team of Portland
who proceeded with the beautiful
public Initiatory ceremony of the
order and Initiated 12 candidates.
Santiam Tent No. 90. Mill City.
recelred a golden jubilee banner
for haying secured 50 new, mem
bers for their tent during 1928
Fourteen members ot the order re
celred special buttons commemor
ating 25 years of membership, as
follows: J. W. Baker, 0. J, Yates,
Andrew1 Michaels, A. B. Hansen.
F. J. A. Boehxinger, XL S. Bud-
lone. August Huckestein, J. H
Secretary of Interior Tells
Ideas About Reclamation
Projects in West
PORTLAND. Ore., July 8
(AP) Secretary t Wilbur of the
Interior department declared here
today thai future derelopment of
reclamation projects in western
states win depend on their ecea
omie , soundness. ...1 t
-The Interior department bead,
stopping here for one day of the
American Medical - association
meeting while enroute to the
Owyhee reclamation project, said
that part of the purpose of .hls
trip- to the west was to '"doctor
sereral sick reclamation projects.
The reclamation serrice has
no -intention of bringing in " re
claimed land In. areas where it can
onlr co Into . competition .with
lands watered by rain," he said
"Such nrdcedure is. hC only lolly
and -a waste of mbneyrbut an in
justice to thr settler who1 mores
into the. reclaimed- area" "'- t
"Where land "Is" sqr. located that
it can raise some' highly specializ
ed product " for an existing and
"B5 uu" - ." nearby market there is every rea-
narper; w. D. onearer w. to reclaim it." Dr. Wilbur
SS7'i- S " declared, "but it is foolish on Its
oj, """ face to- brins in reclaimed lana to
Following this Miles H. McKey. l ' h-h(1I1yW8 ha more
KSBlBLUi. moiuej scaeiai, I v. , , -
dressed the gathering, and spoke ,,.wv. ., ,- - omTit.
of the splendid standing of the tee 0"f -experts was n0w making an
juKwoaea, aoa eummenueu luc economic surrey of all the exist
2 5-year members for their faith- , .a-iam.tinn nroiecta and ser-
tul serrice to the order. The Seder epaJ oneg' that hare been propos-
fimily orchestra played a medley ed And when 'the report ot this
of old time farorites, after whieh committee is receded he expect-
the ladies of the order serred a tn tniii ir?elr hr it in
tended a family reunioa at Hope
well, Yamhill Co., Saturday. ; ;
Lawrence Eldridge, eon of Mr.
and Mrs, K. C. Eldridge passed
away Saturday while on his way
to California. K. C. Eldridge was
formerly the manager of the In
dependence Creamery but now re-i
sides In Portland.
- Miss Rose Huston f Salem Is
risitlns her sister Mrs. Artie An
dersen for a few days.
; The Sunday morning serrice in
the Methodist church was in
charge ot Hayes Beall who has
been preaching at ; Oak Point
while" Mr. Rant on- went to bold a
Serrice at Buena Vista,
SCOTTS MILLS FOLKS
Reunion Enjoyed by Families
at Fairgrounds Here;
Good Time Had
An old time dance concluded
the erenlng's program-.
Home Af rbrds
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pemberton
(Alberta Bohrnstedt) entertained
a sTOup of anirersity friends one
erening at the Bohrnstedt coun
try heme on the Jefferson road.
Included in the group
Miss Mary Louise Aiken, Miss
Katherine ETerett, Miss Pauline
work.- . .
IS ON HIKE
Preceding the ceremony Miss
Lucille Cummings sang "At Dawn
ing." Miss Beuian waiaer oi vui-
can. Alberta, Canada, at the piano,
and Cleo Seeley with his riolin,
accompanied Miss Cummings aft-
"Jdst a Santaly Campfire at er the ceremony wnen sne sang
the close of day" will only be one "or rou Aione.
cf alhumber-of songs happy Sa- -The bride wore a dcess of white
1cm Girl Reserves will be sing- georgette trimmed with lace. She
In" 'soon. carried a corsage of bridal roses
Under the direction of Mrs. and sweet peas with wh!te: ribbon
. . i i ...AfvMa t ii 1 la vaII waft
EriC itJUUer, me graa bcdooi "- , ed Artisans eanital assemhlv
Krouplwill leave at 9 o'clock this caught, with orange blossoms in L ed Ar Isans capital assembly,
. mornlns: for the Girl Reserve cap effect
W. M. S. First Christian
church 2:30 o'clock In the
Ladies' Guild American
Lutheran church at 2:30
o'clock in church parlors.
Installation of officers, Unit-
Ecclesla club luncheon 12
o'clock at Spa.
Tldiichtera rf Vptcram rpr-
Santaly, near Mehama. The! Miss Mildred Gardner wore pinn
school camp will be open georgette ana camea L,ecu crun-
iiT-.tn Jul is .other members of ner roses ana sweet peas.
the camp staff include Mrs. ueorga r onowmg u fular meetine at 8 6'clock in
R.; Kj Moorehead. program direc- mony a reception was held In the f Ur -""n a' .
tor; Mrs. Harold Rowley, swim- Gardner home at -eiIerwne"
mlng instructor; Miss Esther Lisle Miss Cummings, Miss Mildred
recreation director; and the ad- Gardner and Miss Walker contrl
risor, Misses Muriel White, Doris buted their talent to a short musi-
Clark, and Helen Breithaupt. cal program. i
The camp protram motif this As the day was also the occasion
J year is derived from the eustoms of Mr. and Mrs. TJardner s sllrer
. and ideas of ihe Oregon Indians, wedding 'anniversary, the younger
The girls' wbu leave for camp couple shared honors with them at
this morning are Louise Berry, the reception.
narhara Crites. Doria Schunke. Mr. and Mrs. Brinkley left Sun-
Woman's clubhouse on North
Modern Play Planned
For Catholic Session
"Helena's Boys." the play that
Is being prepared fer the open
ing- entertainment for the Cathol-
f "::r l" ZZ:' .T.ir for a short wedding ic Central Sociey's conrenUon on
LuelirDHarpTrrM they wlU be at Sunday erening, July 14.will be
Kwlfnidlu to their friends In West presented at St. Joseph' hall, and
Tv,"V n.ft.- ,vl,.r. salem. . . wni-oe.a splendid .production
RrtH'i ;3oan Pi'nViPTt Mart 'TinidA I
Bitter, Ruth Sawyer. Joyce Miller, Mrg. -Gil F. Tohnston
Adams, Evelyn NelOn and Lora
The Junior High school - camp
NEW YORK. July 8t-(AP)
Tre Bullish operations were resumed
with 'enthusiasm at the beginning;
nf tlia week on the stock
and Miss Edith Findley, Kenneth market today, but the profit tak
McCormick, LaRaut Lewis, Rob- ing which cropped out late last
ert McGUrra; of Portland, Walter week persisted as call money
muibud, -Mr. ana mrs. a. agam turned-upward, reaching 9
Bohrnstedt, and the hosts. npr eent
Mr. and Mrs. Pemberton but Continued strength of erain
recently returned from a trip in- prices, prompted further , bullish
to Alaska. - HAmnnstrations in farm lmple-
u.-' ment and mail order shares, case
An Interesting risitor of the threshine soarine 24 points to
week is Miss Vivian Whisler of another record price, and Oliver
Walla Walla, guest of Miss Inez Farm Implement. Sears Roebuck,
Wood, who is. renewing friend- and Montgomery Ward making
shlps-f ormed here during the time fair gains.
she serred as pastor's assistant r Rails enjoyed especial ravor.
in the First Christian church of Wheeling and Lake Erie, conj-
this city. Miss Whisler is now mon, which occupies a strategic
the director of religious educa- position in the eastern merger
Hon at the Central Christian plans, rising 29 points to 99 Jn a
church of Walla Walla, where- she few sales, the highest price since
wHl resume her duties in a day 1927, when it was sent up to uu
or two. by a contest for control. The ra-
sue has been comparitirely inac-
Mlss Belle Burkholder, in cdm- tlve of late. Pere i Marquete
pany with her mother Mrs. Clara jumped 15 points to a inew peaK
Burkholder and her grandmother, at 200, and Alekheny corp., na,
Mrs. Lydia Stouffer. left Sunday Nickel Plate. New York Central,
fpr: a tour of the Clatsop county Norfolk and Union Pacific ' were
beaches. Nextweek Miss Burk- sent to new tops,
holder plans to Join the Chemek- U- s- steel. stimulated by talk
etans on .their annual outing in of the possibility of an extra cash
Jefferson Park, leaving Salem or "stock dividend when the direc-
Sunday for Breitenbush Springs tors meet this month rose more
where th hikera will leav for than S points to a record price
Hanrin Vaiie-r anH their ramn at 200, and several J indepen-
Bible Class Hostess
from all accounts. Professional
talent will be in some bLthe rolls,
and the- best local- talent obtain
able: The play is one In which
May Robson starred for some
' n,vi. L. time, and Is unique, since It takes
me w omen a diuic -' i . v.. n i.
wSlI nM. JnW 1 mnt wilt H u.wll. wtlt h en-1 " "
r r i; ?"k cv; f'" "'.rr;. ". ";tj,:. now attracting much attention.
i,-jMw.jfc, u.u.. reniuiea i . ,wU vw . Are the opintons and sentiments
camri commences July 23. The Dlaee of the regular monthly I m .T.
' tamej general camp staff will be meeting. The group will be the . 4L1
- - -.-Li-oi ,,m,k- ..!. JT , r, v ti,J.f Ideas and atUtude of the younger
rV irTf Bi oi . -;rr set of the day tenable? Are our
us iamps. f ;. th. sehools adranelng or reUrding
l. 7S5 South 20th street at 2:30 1 .,,,..,,. , .,. ,r
-r. Of I considerable interest to Sa- o'clock this afternoon. This la a I r. ' ,7T " 7, - v... 1 . r 7u . " "
:Thodghf"Drd S SMSK T- 7T ttnerTnJe:
- r nrjzr" .."fr:, rr:ri0' .""vr-r::; ; eomedy, which promises to- be
.-. J .i.w,. auo aimer, nra. k - i nrk uetittr
;: ding.! which will be a rery quiet w. C. Young. Mrs. B. F. Blateh- wo? .?;D
? , one, jwlll.be an event .of August, ford, Mrs. I. T. Moore and ; Mrs.
" - Miss Thompson - has - been for H. F. Shanks. V - -
.. ."the past two years the-Red Cross - - , -I
: , e i. secretary for- Clatsop bunty. She - Members and friends .of the
; '. . ' Is a sradate of ;Wlllamette , uni- - American. Lutheran- church num-
? rersity and popular member bf bering almost 300 enjofed- a pic-
.JiiiB peuivniwiumj. . . wen, nS coantrT nlare n the South River
- Mr! Drer.ls a naral ar. ltect dar. Immediately following the f?anlry place on tne Soutn KlTer
."Mrwitb IbelAstoria; Marine Construe- morning, serrices st the church. roBa- : . .
' S .rirwM'i vt'T.. , ' -V. 6 ,rn; i Mr. and Mrs. T. SJ Mackenzie
u .-y'i Ol B. memwet ol uic i diversion "" " lhar-k their neat their mint
: i-Fhi DelU Theta fraternity. inr a basket dinner. The features "i.!!."!.?!!! .tf,e.iri?!
r. - ---. i iidtiiiiirr. ijnriK. vnniei ramain.
The young people jlan to make 0f the day included 4 penny scram- ln. , , '--.JT ZIaZ
hkfr their om4in. Astoria foHowing a We for the children, admen's J'JJ iJJflrJ
,fxi'T T . . ia oi wr. - Mrs. E. McKenzi
. ' ! -.-.' ' ' , iamU3ing races oi many aiuu. ro t,,, -m e-
r- Tfcl xLL'm WUlnr Rorfe.il,-.a nn f neonlrt re- nefe - rom. 4 Until Sunday.
Trbfessbr " and Mrs. Oscar
Granger: and (heir small.danghi
ter Joanne vf Milwaukee,-Wiseon
sin, and: Miss Belle Granger' of
Chicago, are here risiting Mr. and
Mrs.' Oscar- Melgaard at their
Radio Installed so Ball Game
Game at Portland Can
be Enjoyed . j
- ; ; - '.. '. - --i
' JSCOTTSl MILLS, July v.-4a
Picnic dinner' was -held In the .park
here on July 4th. Mr. Dixon an
Mr., BchmalU installed - a radlp
there so' '-erery en'e could nJoy tfte
ball game played between Xo An
geles and Portland.- Those enjoy
fhg the picnic were:, Mr. and Mrs.
J. O. Dixon an family, Mr. and
Mrs. N. Schmaltz and family. Mi
and Mrs. S. P. Moberg.and family:
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Korb and
daughter. Leona, Miss Doris Hogg,
Mr. and Mrs. George Myers and
son Lanoil, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Saueressig and daughter. Cleo.-M.
and "Mrs. Raymond Kellis and son,
Bobby, Doris" and Betty Loughrey,
Eugene Chick, Arthur Rich, Mr
and Mrs. Albert Rich. o $
Mrs. "Dora Kjinney of Aumsrille
is risiting her daughter, Mrs. Ar
thur Rich and family:
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lawrence
and son Virgil of Albany rlslted
relatives here on the fourth.
John Geren who is working for
Montgomery Ward' and Co. ip
Portland, rlslted his parents, Mtj.
and Mrs. Walter Geren, over the
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saueressig
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Millard ana
son Homer attended the rodeo al
Molalla the fourth. -
Attend Air Circus
Some from here attended the
air circus at Silverton Saturday
Manford Shilts of Black Rock
ylsited relatives and friends here
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherl
and family and their guest Miss
Agnes Matlock of Portland, Mii
Frank Shepherd and family, Mr;
and Mrs". Louis Shepherd and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Shepherd
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. W
Hpskms enjoyed a picnic on the
creek July 4.
; John Kellis of Salem visited his
son Raymond Kellis and family
the past week. 1
HAZEL GREEN, July 8. Mri
and Mrs-tB. C. Zellnskl and chtlV
dren Louis and Quintin and Helen
attended the reunion of Mrs. Zel
lnskl family at fair grounds Sun
Mrs. Sima formerly Mrs.- Jaekt
son and son Andrew - Jackson of
Bend, her son -Theodore Jackson
and wife of Aurora, vOregon, -her
daughter Mrs. Nellie Harrington
and daughters of Salem were call
ers at the G G. Looney home Sun,-
for sereral years on farm near the
school bouse. The fafn later own
ed by Mrs. Parmenteeri -
Mrs. Marie Hendershot ana Mrs.
Mellen and granddaughter. Mar
garet and Loretta and Mrs. Slick
all of Stanton were rlsitors at Mrs.
Hendershot's father, ' W. P. Wil
liamson, Thursday, j
Miss Eleanor Jones Of Portland,
la risiting at G. 6. Looaey borne..
Miss Jones taught la Philomath
college at Philomath j last year
She will teach domestic science la
high school at IlwaeoJ. Wash., the
coming "year. . ' i .
i On Flfelg Trip Mi
Ralph Landes Victor WUliara-
son and Harold Sons lot West Sa
lem are on, avflahingJUrip at Thorn
as: creek. iVS i it V ""'
Fred Hsfebackjar's Sr.; filled
his silo Saturday, r i
k Mrs. Carrie Williamson and bro
ther. Victor, spent the Fourth at
Seaside. They accompanied their
sisters, Misses Mildred and Bertha.
Williamson of Salem. Louie BarU
The Oregon Statesman and The
Pdrtland Telegram, two great
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DwtlKcr Mn. CatheHn Lunndx : Pifcir Un, Tfaa Weed Ho
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''After my '. daughter grew I praise Lydia E. Puikham's
into womanhood she began to VegerableCompound for what
feel rundown and weak and a it has done for my foutteen
friend asked me to get her year-old daughter as well as for
your medicine. She took Lydia me. It has helped her: growth
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- and her nerves and she has a
pound and Lydia E Pink good appetite now and sleeps
ham's Herb . Iviedidnei Her wcIL She has gone to school
nerves are better, her appetite every day since beginning the
is good, she is in. good spirits medicine. I wifl-continue to
and able to worlc every day. give it tortocIf-; regular in
We recommend the Vegetable tervals arf?tUJrwnMnkl it
Compound to other girls and to otherfoplbeho have
to their mothers." MruCath- datightrs withsirailar trou
erineLmurfw i bles. lArsch&Waod Howe
it Vifg i t&sjgt. Mlstb'Kb ': ' MUa
Lydia Pinkhant Vegetable
- For Sale at .
Nelsoti & HunJ Drug Store
Corner Court & Liberty, TeL 7
for a week at the foot of Mt. Jef
The Daughters of Veterans will
hold the last regular meeting ot
the group for the summer this Fri
day evening at the Woman's club
house on North Winter street. The
decision was 'made, at the' last
meeting to adjoarn after the meet
ing Jury 12 until August 23.
Mr. and Mra. E. H. Kennedy
dent steels, including '. Youngs
tpwn. Michigan and Otis were
: " ; .
'CEREMONY IS HEtD
Alaska. They traveled by motor marrted at the Methodist parson
to Seattle, from there Uking the aga by ReT. E. G. Ranton Satur-
i-uaj my vi ic sieamer Aiasaa. afternoon. JulT 6.
T-MrnrPTT! vrnrvr1: Jul v
and Mr, nd Mrs. Ed. Gabriel of ... TT.itt tHcan of
owem wurnea ounaay irom an 11 Hewitt, son 61
enjoyable Tacatian trip to Seward, G Q Hewitt of Greenwood.
Mrs. E. W. Erickson and Mrs.
Carl Bahlberg will be hosts' to
the Ladles' Guild of the American I
Lutheran 'church at 2': 30 o'clock
In'the church parlors Wednesday
afternoon. ':'' . - ' ;
Mr. and Mrs." Curtis Cross were
hosts to a few friends at Cascadia
during the weekend. . .
t n. .. .
The R. N. A. will hold their all
day picnic at the fair grounds to
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hewitt and
his mother, Mrs. D. M. Hewitt at-
- PlJAXES ON . WAV
ALBUQUERQUE, N, ' M., July
8. (AP) Two eastbound trans
continental, air transport passen
ger ships landed here at 4:40 and
4:50 p. m., today and left for Clo- j
Is, N. M., ten minutes, later. ...
i,' ; ty of I the FIw Christian church Imained for moonlight: party.- in 1
' p f ; will hold Its u regular ' meeting the creninr. The Rev. and MrsJ.
'in the church parlors -Wedne- Deck of Portland Jwere
day afternoon at ; 2:30 o'clock, j guests for the picnic.
Mrs. i Louis -Dunn's committee
group' will (have cnarge of the
program for the i. afternoon and
Sirs. Sarah MacDowell will have"
charge of the devotions.
The Sons ot Veterans Auxiliary
wUI meet at. oW-xk this ere
ning at the Woman's club house
for Initiation; serrice. Auxiliary
officers wfl wear white. -
" Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lippold and
their son Billy of LouIsTllle, Ken
tucky, are making an extended
visit -here with Mrs. Cora . Lip
pold and Mrs. E. T. A.."!!!!!, pri
or to their departure for places
of Interest along, our western
coast. . Mr. Lippold has been for
20 years connected with Y M.
a A. at LoaisTllle. .
Eisjii Year izi Pruca
-v:-v; - told by':f.;.
w-t : 'i ! a m'l '.y-nt lr-
' .:. u ' i- " of ' -! -. i-ii
m WUMMaaa w . ,
Hit nd So.Xominercial Bus Line t-,
JL W iUU WIS! V
;7QU,VE always wanted
'-'-i.a good photograph of
father; Why not; fubtly,
' suggest that he have. It
made new? . "
regoB Bldg1." V
370 State St.
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Men's Khaki '.' '- . ;,'
Shinola Shoe Polish,
H. & A. Cream
15c Blue Belle
Hair Netsl each i
O. N. T. Sewings
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Boys Light Colored
Cord Pants, pair..
Combination Suits J
;Women.'a Rayon i
Panties 4 Ii......L
. Heavy Weight j
' ; Cannery Aprons -ji
Women's Rayon 1
Men's Hand Pamted
Melt's Fast Colori
: Fast Color : Pajamas
' .Men's Genuine
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