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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem . .Oregon, Saturday 'Morning, March 18, 1933
PAGE THREE , j
Society News and Club
; OUVE M. DOAK, Society Editor
Beta Chi Sorority
A beautiful formal banquet in
the Silrer Grille of the Gray
Belle folio-wed formal initiation
service for - the incoming mem
bers to Beta Chi sorority Thurs
day night at the sorority home.
Covers were placed for 50
guests at lone tables arranged
in a lovely color effect of pink r-v (-r- r-. . i r
and white carried out in pinklWrtlCerS Ejected lOT
carnations, and freezies in flow- Sub-District
via eu-u ivii( L4sa Mivi a vuo pv
-a. i w . J tv.
especially effective. LadIeg AW BOCletle8 was neld ln
Patronesses of the sorority h piMt Metnodlst cnurch
present were Mrs. E. C. Richards, day. Twelve societies were repre-
Mr C. D. Gabrielson and Mrs. gented SilTertonf Marquam, Can-
C,7T Piastte by. Brooks, Stayton, Turner, Dai-
Miss Eaye Cornutt was toast- , West gal Memorlal
mistress and responses were made Jason Lee Alban and piMt
by Miss Lncil e Brown, president Chnrcn The attendance honors
of the eorority. Miss Savllla went tQ Stayton M navl the
Phelps, Miss Margaret Nunn, and Orgeat per cent of their total
Miss Esther Gibbard. Miss Jo- membership in attendance,
sephlne Albert sang and Miss Qn tne program appeared Mrs.
Clara Wright gave a group of 0ren Stratton of Salenif Mrg w.
piano selections. P- Miller of Dallas, Mrs. George
InlUates included Miss Esther l8rael80n of silTerton. Mrs. W. L.
Gibbard. Miss Dorothy Ghormley, Unnfoot and Mrs Cm l. Dark of
Miss Margaret Savage, Miss Salem M,sa Benlan Graham, Miss
Jeryme Upston. Miss Roberta RoBa and Mr8 p p phpp8
MUls, Miss Virginia Wassam. Miss officers elected were: Presl-
Vlrglnla Sprague. Miss Josephine dentf Mrs. J. W. Beckley. Salem;
Cornoyer and Miss Lois Miller. vice-president, Mrs. H. E. Tobie of
Stayton; secretary, Mrs. Gordon
K.C.K.T. ClUD Black of Salem, SUyton is to be
1. j hostess for the next semi-annual
IS Complimented rally in October.
Mrs. Roy Wassam entertained rM.n fM "J
members of the K. C. K. T. club IOUng Maid
SL'aSnS Celebrates Bithday
used about the guest rooms and
Saturday, March 18
A. A. TJ. W., one o'clock luncheon, Masonie temple;
George W. Hug to speak on "Crisis in Education"; art
exhibit; special music
Woman's Relief corps. Miller's hall, 12 o'clock, pot
for the tea hour.
Mrs. Earl Streeter, Mrs. I. M.
Donnell, Mrs. M. S. Ramp of
Brooks, and Mrs. Anna Whitmore
of Canty were special guests. Mrs.
Ramp and Mrs. Streeter assisted
Mrs. Wassam ln serving.
Club members Included ' Mrs.
Haittle Given. Mrs. Ray Clark,
Mrs. A. Oraber, Mrs. A. P. Waller,
Mrs. Nellie Knox. Mrs. Fred Bar
ker, Mrs. C. T. Mclntyre. Mrs. E.
J. Donnell, Mrs. Otto Schellberg
and Mrs. Alma Thompson.
Mrs. E. J. Donnell will be the
next hostess to the club.
Mrs. Delmer De3art entertain
ed Thursday afternoon in com
pliment co the seventh birthday
of her daughter, at the DeSart
hdme. Mrs. Otto Skopll and Mrs
H. M. Baker assisted at the tea
Young guests in compliment to
Miss Patricia were Donna Bon
ner, Patricia Blank, Betty Boet-
techer, Burdette Turner. Robert
Skopll, Robert Baker, Donald
Worden, Jr., and Mrs. Bert Allen
as an additional guest.
Election of officers for next
year was held at the regular
KA.L. llllb riOIlOred ity with the reBult that Miss Mar
garet Purvine win serve as presi-
At Crites Home
Members of the E. A. C. club
were entertained as the guests of
Barabar Crites at the Crites home
Friday night. A St. Patrick motif
was carried out in the menu for
the supper hour which followed
an evening of cards.
Present for the evening were
Uarjorte Pickens, Betty Burdette,
Jeanne Probert, Lucy Fisher,
Gladyse Knight. Mildred Binder
and Mary Louis Rltter and Miss
dent. Other officers include Miss
Sue Pringle, vice president; Miss
Barbara Elliott, manager; Miss
Edith Sldwell, secretary; Miss
Roberta Mills, social reporter
and Miss Virginia Sprague, ser
Mrs. Roy Keene
Mrs. Soy Keene will entertain
with luncheon today at the Keene
residence on LeFelle street com
plimentlng coaches, officials eon
nected with the state basketball
tournament, prominent men in
state athletic circles who are here
for the tournament, and news
paper men. Covers will be placed
for 40 guests.
This is the fifth annual lun
cheon for which Mrs. Keene has
been hostess on the last day of
the tournament series.
The luncheon table will be ar
ranged with acacia and daffodils.
and Informality will be an appeal
ing feature of the attractive af
fair. -Mrs. Keene will be assisted
by Mrs. W. C. Phillips, Mrs. John
L. Gary, of West Linn, Mrs. Ralph
Coleman, and Mrs. Amory Gill,
both of Corvallls.
Out of Town Guests
Word is reaching Salem that a
goodly number of out of town
people will be present Sunday af
ternoon ln the audience which
will hear the benefit performance
of the Salem Philharmonic sym
phony orchestra ln the armory at
3 o clock.
It is also announced that 20 ad
ditional players will come from
Portland to assist in the presenta
tion of the program which will be
the same orchestral selection as
that presented a week ago.
Mayor Douglas McKay and C.
P. Bishop will both speak briefly
on the need and value of a civic
auditorium for the city. The
funds from this Sunday concert
will be given in whole as a sink
ing fund for the building of a ci
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Jarman ar
rived home Thursday evening
from a stay in Santa Monica.
They were there when the earth
quake struck southern California
and had many things to tell of
the effects of the shocks.
Annual S. Club
Ear the past five years of the
24 years that the state high
school basketball tournament has
been held ln Salem the Salem
high school 8. club of which Lee
Welaser Is president this year.
has entertained with a large
dance In the armory for the vis
iting people and for high school
students. The dance follows the
last game of the week.
Tonight following the last
game the dance will be held in
the armory. The committee ln
charge of the general arrange
ments includes Lee Welsser,
Claude Martin, Andy Halverson,
Jimmy Nicholson end Bob Brown-
Patronesses and patrons for the
affair Include Miss Mabel Ro
bertson, Miss Beryl Holt, Miss
Ola Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Tav
renner, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nel
son, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hunting
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Fisher, Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Gllmore, Mr.
and Mrs. E. D. Roseman, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Slegmnnd, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy S. Keene, Wesley Roe
der. Bob Needham, Ralph Cole
man, Al French and Emil Piluso.
Women's Club Hears Reports;
Matrons Enjoy Play Party
St. Patrick's Tea Pretty Event in West
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West Salem A charming St.
Patrick tea was a social event
Wednesday afternoon when Mes
damea Fred Gibson, C. R. Brown,
Nicholas Brinkley and J. R.
Brown acted as hostesses.
Delightful musical numbers,
readings and clever games were
greatly enjoyed and attractive re
freshments were dispensed at the
tea hour to Mesdames Arthur
Akers, J. R. Bedford, W. G. Phil
Hps, Fred Kuhn, I. W. Thomas,
Ed Cochran, Glenn Davenport,
Emmett Dickson, Guy Newgent,
Olive Hawk, J. A. Gosser, J. I.
Miller. Darrel T. Bradford, J. K.
Crabtree, Edwin Brock, Lyle
Thomas, A. L. Applewhite, Ro
bert Pattlson, Bertha K. Engle-
horn. E. Lloyd Miller, Arthur
Goffrier. Donald Kuhn, Elmer
RIerson. Charles L. Dark, G. E.
Mlnton. Dale Lemon. Carl Fln-
ster. G. A. Nye, Phil Hathaway,
W. E. Gilbert, D. H. Gilllland,
and the Misses Betty Bedford,
Elverta Minton, Jennie Best, Lot
tie McAdams and the hostesses
Waldo Hills .The Willard Wo
men's club was entertained Thurs
dar at the home of Mrs. Fred
The president, Mi98 vera Otto-
way, announced the committee in
cn&ree 01 me music wee w-
tivities which this club will spon
sor. Chairman, Beryle Ottoway,
Mrs. D. F. Hillman and Edith
At the program hour Beryl
Ottowav reviewed the book "Fid
dler's Green." and Mrs. Tea rin-
lay read a paper on London. Mrs.
Karl Haberly was announces as
the hostess for March 30.
Waldo Hills The Waldo
Hills club house was the scene of
the annual "play" party given by
the director, Miss Lois Anne
Riches to members of the east
and friends. This year the party
was a St. Patrick's day- affair.
The hostess assisted by Beryl
Ottoway aud Feme Davenport
served a colorful lunch at a long
table centered with yellow daffo
dils and greenery. Enjoying the
evening were Edna Goodknecat
Ferne Davenport, Beryl Ottoway
Cathaleene Cuddy, Rogers, Llllie
Madsen, Mildred Egan, Lois
Riches, Frank, Alfred, Ted and
Harry Riches, Roy Clark, Bur
nett Haberly, Verle King, Waldo
Rue, Henry HJorth, James Gil
ham, Mr. and Mrs. Moffatt, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Baker, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Rue, Mr. and Mrs
Will Tweedle, Harold Larson,
Stayton The Women's club
held an interesting meeting
Thursday. Mrs. C. W. Stacey, of
the Liberty Women's club gave
excerpts from the biennial report
of the Child Welfare organization
Max Brown favored with two
violin solos, accompanied by Mrs
E. R. Olds, and Mrs. G. F. Kor-
inek sang two well known Irish
songs, accompanied by Miss Mar
garet Ireland. Twenty pupils from
the 5th and 6th grade present
ed a health drill, accompanied by
the piano by Edna Jean Robert
son. Hostesses were Mrs. C. H, Tay
lor, Mrs. H. E. Tobie and Mrs.
Silverton Miss Helen Kleeb,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Kleeb of Silverton, has the out
standing role in the play, The
Ferguson Family" being produe-
The annual nomination for
prospective May Queen was held
by Willamette university students
Friday afternoon and the three
receiving the nomination were
Miss Louisa fiidwell and Miss
Caroyl Braden, both members of
Beta Chi sorority, and Miss Ber
nice Rlckman, member of Alpha
Phi Alpha sorority.
The election comes later in the
spring and ln the interim there is
much speculation and tense ex
citement as to who will be queen
and who will be the queen's at
tendants, for custom decrees that
the two losers become the attend
White Shrine Plans
The White Shrine of Jerusalem
will meet Monday night at Mason
ic temple for a :S0 o'clock pot-
luck dinner and this will be fol
lowed by the regular business
Alter the business meeting a
eeremonlal will be observed and
officers will be elected for the en
Mrs. 8. B. Gillette and her com
mittee have charge of the general
arrangements for the affair.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Kubln
were pleasantly surprised when a
group of intimate friends gather
ed at their home at "Sunklst Or
chards" Thursday evening ln hon
or of their Joint birthdays. The
evening was spent ln playlng'600'
and working Jig-saw pussies
High score honors were held by
Mrs. J. F. Nadvarnlk and Anton
Kiepela. A buffet supper was
served by the visiting women
Present were Mrs. Marie Cernik.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Brodnousky,
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kiepela, Mr,
and Mrs. Frank Sevclk, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Nadvornik, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Schwab, Mr. and Mrs
Raymond Nekuda, Messrs. Otto
Sevclk, Virgil Kubln, Frank Ne
kuda, Charles Brodnausky, Miss
Arvilla Kubln and Mr. and Mrs
Fred W. Kubln.
Miss Leila Johnson and Miss
Frances Hodge entertained Tues
day evening for the Beta Chi
alumnae club. About 25 mem
bera were present for the affair.
Miss Cynthia Delano will enter-
tain this afternoon at her home ln
compliment to Miss Maxlne Myers
who will become the bride of
Charles Claggett, March 24.
Gay Dance Party
Enjoyed After i
Following the game Friday
night a group of maids and men
went to the home ef Mr. and Mrs.
John Carkin where a delightful
few hours of dancing were en
Joyed and at a late hour a St.
Patrick's cupper was served. '
Hostesses for the evening were
Miss LaForest McDonald, Miss El
va Sehon, Miss Ruth Chapman,
Miss Esther Black, Miss Alice
Speck, Miss Pauline Moore, Miss
Gwen Hunt, Miss Hattie Ramp,
Miss Margaret Nunn, Miss Gladys
Hansen, Miss Frances Stewart,
and escorts were Reo Toung,
Frank Van Dyke, Don Cowels,
Wayne Doughton, Jerry Sherman,
Earl Carkin. Loren Granlt, Dick
Sherwood, Rex Pemberton and
The wedding of Miss Dorothy
White and George Emigh, Jr., of
Bend, Is the center of week end
attention. It will he an event of
:30 o'clock in St. Paul's Episco
Miss White has been the center
of a round of social activities and
even this week several smaller
social affairs have been given for
Tonight Major General and Mrs
George A. White will entertain
at the White residence with a
charmingly arranged buffet sup
per ln compliment to the wedding
Friday night a group of girls
entertained at the home of Miss
Margaret Drager complimenting
Thursday night General and
Mrs. T. E. RIlea entertained with
a dinner for Miss White and for
Major General and Mrs. George A.
White, Miss Henriette White, Mrs.
George H. Emigh, Sr., of Carth
age, New York, and George H.
Emigh, Jr.. and Carl Felker.
Cards followed the dinner hour.
Mrs. Emigh, mother of the
groom-to-be, arrived Wednesday
to be the house guest of Major
General and Mrs. White until af
ter the wedding.
For Groups at Mill City, as
St. Patrick day Gives
The O. N. S. club were the
guests of Mrs. Ruth Lear Tuesday
evening at a St. Patrick's party.
Each guest arrived wearing a hat
of unusual style and vintage.
Games played during the evening
cleverly carried out the "hat"
idea. Later dainty refreshments
were served by the hostess.
Guests were served by the hostess.
Guests were Miss Berta Burch,
Mrs. Herma Pflster, Miss Dorothy
Taylor, Miss Sylvia Paulson, Miss
Shogren, Miss Sally Doner, Miss
Esther Long, Mrs. Merle Daven
port, Mrs. Mildred Wyatt, Mrs
Dorothy Daugherty, Miss Bertha
Engelhorn, Miss Lois Reed, Miss
Ines Relfsnyder, Miss Jane Har-
land. Miss Marie Westhoff and
Miss Mable Dotson.
The club will be entertained
April 11 by Mrs. Mildred Wyatt
at her home 1160 South Church
About 10 guests attended the
party given by the Disabled Veter
ans and its Auxiliary Thursday
night ln the Tew Park hall. Danc
ing was enjoyed and cards were
MILL CITY, March 17 The
season of St. Patrick has been the
inspiration for several social func
tions this week. Monday evening
Marilyn Chapter No. 145, Order
of Eastern Star members enjoyed
a pleasant evening at their hall.
Following the regular business
ses&Ion over which Miss Daisy
Hendrlcson, worthy matron, pre
sided, a St. Patrick party was en
joyed. Supper was served late ln
the evening, with Mrs. T. W. Al
len, Mrs. R. L. Cooper and Mrs.
Wilbur Chesnut ln charge.
Tuesday evening Mrs. Leroy E.
Dike and Mrs. A. L. Raines were
hostesses to a large group of
friends at the home of Mrs.
Raines, with bridge being the pas
time. Mrs. Ed. Bertram and Mrs.
A. D. Seott held high scores in the
bridge games and consolation
prises went to Mrs. W. W. Allen
and Mrs. C. T. Haseman.
Those enjoying this were Mrs.
Charles Gentry, Mrs. C. T. Hase
man, Mrs. W. W. Mason, Miss
Ethel Hickey, Miss Daisy Hen
drlcson, Miss Bonnie Haack, Mrs.
Vivian Alberts, Mrs. R. L. Cooper,
Mrs. Herbert Schroeder, Mrs. A.
L. Baker, Mrs. A. D. Scott, Mrs
W. W. Allen. Mrs. F. R. Olin,
Mrs. C. M. Cllne, Mrs. Ed. Bert
ram, Mrs. R. E. Silvis, Mrs. Sig
Jepsen, Mrs. Richard Saucier, and
the hostesses Mrs. Dike and Mrs,
Wednesday evening members of
Faith Rebekah lodge of Lyons
were guests of members of San
tiam Rebekah lodge of Mill City
for a social evening. A brief bus
iness meeting was held early in
the evening as this was the regu
lar lodge meeting of the hostess
order. Cards were the diversion
of the evening.
Frank Taylor,' one of the old-
time residents of Mill City, still
continues to be quite ill. He has
for some time been at the home
of a daughter, Mrs. Johnson, near
Gates, but is again occupying his
own home in Mill City, but with
a nurse to look after him.
Farmers are again busy plant
ing crops, many of which were
frozen during the severe cold
weather of the past two months.
Many of the strawberry patches
will have to be replanted as well
as the plants were practically
killed by the frosts.
Charles Kennedy-" - -Of
Called by Death
HOPEWELL. March IT Many
friends in the community grieved
to learn of the sudden death of
Charles Kennedy, part-owner in
Eola Walnut orchards, Wednes
day, March 15. Mr. and Mrs.
Kennedy have lived at their beau
tiful home here tor many years.
They were at their home ln Port
land at the time of his death.
- Practice has begun for the
monthly program to be given Fri
day, March 24, at the Falrview
sehoolhouse. The evening's en
tertainment consists of songs.
skits, recitations, and a one-act
play entitled "The Falrvle
BETHANY. March 17. Meas
les have been very severe in this
community. Little Marshall Set-
em, who was taken to a Salem
hospital Wednesday as a result of
a critical condition following
measles, was reported Friday
morning as improving. He will
have to remain at the hospital
week. He Is the son of Mr. and
&:rs. Harold Satern of this district.
IILVERTON, March 17. A
pre-eehool and infants' clinic will
be held at the Eugene Field
school Tuesday afternoon. Toxoids
and vaccine will be administered
to those who wish it. Mrs. J. P
Ballantyne and Mrs. Irma Le
Riche, nurse, are making local
JOINT MEET SLATES . - -
SILVERTON HTT.TS, March 17.
The Mome Economics elnb and the
community club will' hold Joint
meeting at the hall Wednesday. :
The women will spend the day In
quilting and the men will , saw"
wood to bo used for the hau, jonn
Tschants has - donated the wood
for the club. A potluek lun Ji will
bo enjoyed at the noon hour.
PLAT IS SUCCESS
WALDO HILLS, March 17.
The three-act comedy, "The Clay's
the Thing." staged Thursday night
at the Evergreen sehoolhouse by
younger members of the Happy
Hour club proved very entertain
ing. Many compliments are being
offered the players. Oliver Car
penter furnished music The play
will be given again tonight.
Hi BAND HAS
CHEMAWA. March 17 The
Chemawa band is today observing
Its 41st anniversary, and started
the "birthday" with a serenade
between I and C o'cloek this
morning on the vocational school
campus. The band numbers about
40 boys, under direction of
Charles DePoe. This evening the
boys and their friends will enjoy
a social dance ln the school gymnasium.
James L. Shawver has entered
upon duties as superntendent of
the dairy herd at the Chemawa
Vocational school, succeeding
Grant Tetter who had been here
10 years, and who has been
transferred to the Oregon Warm
Springs reservation. Shawver and
Tetter exchanged posts.
.Construction of the railroad
spur from the S. P. track to the
power plant Is progressing rapid
ly. When completed, fuel oil cars
will be unloaded at the power
plant direct, eliminating piping
the oil a quarter of a mile, as
has been necessary ln the past,
and almost impossible ln cold
Ruthyn Turney is now at his
home here from the 8alem hos
pital where he recently underwent
an appendix operation.
Woodbnrn. The Home-Makers
Would you want anything love- exChan(ce club met at the home of I d bv the Taylor Street Theatre
ller, more refreshing or smart- Mrs. E. A. Lytle, Thursday. A J players this week at Portland.
er to enliven household hours, pot iUCk dinner was served at silverton people plan to attenw a
than the attractive frock sketch- 12:30, after which a social after- performance of the play this I
ed today? You'll be intrigued noon was Bpent with sewing. The week-end. Miss Kleeb came to
wUH the revers. one of self fab- next meeting of the club will bo the Taylor Street players from
ric and one of contrast, for they neid at the home of Mrs. Ed Henry Duffey's California houses
are a bit unusual, likewise the scholl, on April 20. I and has reaped considerable glory
comfortable sleeves and simple in her Portland performances.
-virt nAimiBr. See small view for Woodburn The Missionary so- Portland critics have been very
one of fashion's little tricks. cetJ 0f the Presbyterian church 1 generous with praise for Miss
Choose a neat and sprightly cot-1 met at the home or Mrs. siamey ueeD s wore.
T.Hnt - Adams Wednesday afternoon. The
Pattern 25 8 6 may be ordered I annual election of officers was West SUyton The Birthday
only In sizes 1. 18. 20. 24, 28, held. Mrs. H. F. Butterfield being I club met at the home of lira. El-
IS 41 42 anu 4. ie "fieieciea yre" ninu..
: itwh fabric 1 smith, vice nresldent: and Mrs. I During the short business meet-
tv. ...tinir TiHatrat-1 m J Allen, secretarv-treasurer. i inr Mrs. Robert Goes and Mrs. I
a. .?.Jv " ...inr iTistrne- I Bill Woosley were presented with
'""V" - I . . .1 Jil- I .A .1. - 1. . . W..1r illU
i victor Maasen emeruuuca v uu-i una uuuio v bub.
ner Wednesday ngiht kml tneir weanesaay anernoon, Maren .
trtnnv BAD. Rocer. on his birth-1
( ' " a I mini, viw
Anv a birtnaar caae ana mo i jeiierson ni awj
candles centered the table at I was given a miscellaneous shower )
which eovera were placed for Ro-1 at the borne ot her sister. Mrs. .
i Mii,an. fTAiieen Maasen. nr. in. rowers, wwuwmt wwruwu.
p . .. . . . . - ! . - TTTin tm 1
and Mrs. 'Madsen, Mrs, i. . mow present www "
sen, Arthur Madsen t Salem, I Kelly and baby daughter, Deloris
Hterth.. c-v -s .-' - ri ?i-t. I Tim Kelly, Mrs. Walter Watklna,
. m v - I miss . JTancia vrvio, i - v. .
y.rrAMnn Mr. and Mra. Ralnh I Ooln. Mrs. Guy Johnston, Mrs.
i Groshong entertained members of I. Virgil Weddle, Mrs. 1 Melvin Ep
rt Rural Recreation elnb. I lev. Mrs. Hawk. Mrs. G. W. Wat-
land their families at a party wea-1 ten oerger, Mrs. v. b. wiwnut-
ntrfct. JlMftw nnxxles and I rer. Mrs. Hugh BUyeu, Mrs.
cards formed xne evening s awer-i wau wmuwwi
Smart Set Styles
New Shoe Department
asr (Dpeilig May
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(! pntrmi), tot this ptUrra.
WriU pUlatjr ywir bsbm. ddrei
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Modda for awy spring
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These Benry chif f one aad serv
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Pieoi Bon-ran tope, fan fash
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Spring shades seen as LIGHT
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Geasard MJsShnpUetty gives
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while the famous cross-over 1
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Think ef U! These fine
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Men! IT'S a HOLD-UP!
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3 pairs for $1.00
Here's ewr annul sale ef -Holeproof
Aatogart (self-enpporUng) beset
Handreds ef pairs ef silk and Hate,
sQk and wool that sen regularly ap
to 1jM pair. Biaes, tans, greys la afl
the wanted clocks, stripes and smal
aestventtonal patterns. Saws Is to 12.
Kcsra sectiea . . . Main floor.
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