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 - Pattern S334 is designed for sizes 3C, 3S, 40,...
Pattern S334 is designed for sizes 3C, 3S, 40, 42, 44, 4G, 48, 50 and 52. Size 3S requires 3 7-8 yards of 39-inch material; 1 yard ribbon tor straps. The new SPRING ana SUMMER PATTERN BOOK, 32 pages of attractive attractive designs for every size and every occasion, is now ready. Photographs Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn; a feature feature you will enjoy. Let the charming charming designs in this new book help you in your sewing. One pattern and the new Fall" and Winter Pattern Pattern Book—25 cents. Pattern o? book alone—15 cents. For a PATTERN of this attractive attractive model send 15c in COIN, your NAME, ADDRESS, .STYLE NUMBER NUMBER and SIZE to DAILY INDEPENDENT INDEPENDENT TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, 211 W. W ACKER DRIVE, CHICAGO, ILL. THEY'RE UP" IN PARIS Alfred Amschler anfl sons, John Amschler, Jr., Mi 1 , and Mrs. George Darnstaedt and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beckmann and family, family, Mr. knd Mrs. Arthur Holl- inaun and son,' Henry Hollmann, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hollman and sons, ' Mr. and Mrs. John Darnstadt, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Darnstaclt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guetersloh, Sr., Mf. and Mrs. .Fred Miesner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miesner, Mr. and Mrs. John Miesner and son, Mrs. Anna Miesner, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beckmann Beckmann and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Arbeiter and family, J. P. E'ngert. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hoil- maun and daughter, Henry Guetersloh, Guetersloh, Carl Fritehe, Henry Lue- clemann. Ernest Zerbst, John Sue- vens, Art Holt, all of Jacob, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Vogel, Mercedes, Mercedes, 'Texas," Ralph Littge,' Gilbert Engert, Lester Beckman, Florence Guetersloh, Milton Aimer, Leonard Leonard Wiehman, Harold Aimer, Herbert Herbert Aimer, Evelyn Kessel, Orest Tretter, Walter Miesner, Mary Miesner. Lucille Heins, Walter Hollmann, James Versemann, Geo. Miesner, Rudy Meisner, Homer Arbeiter, Elmer Schilling, LaVerna Schilling, Waldeman Schilling.. Victor Amschler^'Bernice Armsch- ler, Melbal Mueller, Vernon Mueller, Mueller, Melvin Eckert, Emile Eckert, Ralph Gruebmeyer, Elmer Mueller, Mueller, Ruby Dietrich, Viola Miesner. Harold Rohlflng, Eileen Heins, Gene Harnagel, Edith Harnagel, Leana Heins, Willard Miesner, Alvin Rathjen, Elmer Rathjen, John Guetersloh, Lydia Stueven, Elda Stueven, Norman Miesner, Edna Miesner, Harold Miesner, Betty Heins, Wilburn Heins, Corrine Corrine Heins, Milton Heins, Anna! Stceven, Billy Stueven, Flora Stueven. I Miss Virginia Huffman is enjoying enjoying a week's vacation 'from her duties duties at the Prudential Life Insurance Insurance office. Now reported contemplating a sojourn at Aix-Jes-Bains, continental watering place, to cure a rheumatic condition, the Duchess of Windsor is shown in this, her latest, photograph. H was taken In the Eiffel Tower, Paris, where slxe and thn Duke dined to celebrate his 45th birthday. birthday. The day also marked the Tower's 50th anniversary. Wedding Reception Saturday Evening Those who atiended the wedding reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miesner in Jacob Saturday Saturday night, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heise. newlyweds. included: • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Heins,, Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry 1-Teins, Gottlieb Meisner, Arthur Heins and .family, Otto Arbeiter, Arbeiter, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Heins and Fern, all of Gorham; Mrs. Otillie Stueven and family, Jimmy Louis, Adolph Decker of Chester, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lungwitz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Murray and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Winters, Mrs. 'George Yungclaus, Mrs. Bdmond Weber of Wittenberg, Wittenberg, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Strothmann,, Mrs. Emily Yearian and family, Otto Strothmann of Murphysboro, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heins and Doris, Mr. and August Christian church Wednesday evening-, evening-, 7:30 o'clock. Use of the adjustable length pendulum in the latter part of the 17th century made possible clocks of accuracy. Later it was discovered discovered that gravitational pull was not constant on the earth's surface surface and pendulum clocks were Brunkhorst, Roy and Earl Brunkhorst, Brunkhorst, Mr. and Mrs. Al Heins and Loretta, Mr. and Mrs. Brunkhorst and son, ,ull oE St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ross and daughter • of Red Bud, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rohlflng, Cora City; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miesner, Mr. and Mrs. William William Rathjen and family, Mrs. Anna Anna Schumaker and grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walter and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. •Harnagel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moekel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Moekel, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dietrich and family, family, Mrs. Martha' Beilmann, Mrs. Amalie Vogel, Mr. and. Mi's. Al-j fred Oetjen and son, Mr. and Mrs. i John Oetjen, Mrs. Mary Oetjen, Mr. a:id Mrs. Joe Heins, Mr. and Mrs. Herman GueterslDh, Mr. and Mrs. John Gruebmeyer, Mrs. Dora Eckert and family, Mr.- and Mrs.' Theodore Mueller and family, Mr.' and Mrs. Raymond Mueller anrtj son, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Luedeman Luedeman and . children. Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Schilling and family, Mr.' and Mrs. Edgar Schilling and -daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Amschler Amschler and family, Mr. and Mrs. ave At On Holiday GAS Why Pay More For ETHYL "NONE MARTIN'S SUPER l; SAFETY IEROSENE a*.

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  1. The Daily Independent,
  2. 03 Jul 1939, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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