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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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Monday, December 14, 1936
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Twenty-four WILKES-BARRE RECORD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14,-1936 trr . -T'Tt' mi- mi'imPY When Other Presents Are Forgotten Slippers Still Say Merry Christmas Daniel Green Comfy Traveler $3.95 Our Slippers For Mother Father Sister Brother or the very Youngsters are In great variety. Modestly Priced. Walter's RELIABLE SHOE STOKE S3 Public Square WILKES-BARRE For Christmas I What could be Better Than a Gift From Jordan's? Ties Shirts Tux Accessories Gloves Socks Handkerchiefs Robes Merry Xmas Give him or her scVioXm .... n up Awake or Asleep II DR. KAUFMAN M South Franklin Street JM Bate Miner Bank, WUkaa-Bane Dial S-ISSS Haws to S Practicing Hers IS years- World's Famous Hearing Aids $25 op FREE TEST Dr. W. G. Ernst OPTOMETRIST-OPTICIAN 205 So. Main Street FALSE TEETH MERRY XMAS with a set el tseth.. What could be better thaa to sit dowa with year family on . Christmas Day aad eat your dinner as it should bo eaten? Eat with joy and smile with satisfaction. Be one f the thoosaads who wear Dr. Hergert's artificial teeth. All plates guaranteed to fit and all (as money yon need Is $7 .50 On Price Only No Higher . Guaranteed to Fit Painless Ex .50c tractions, ea. , Full Value Allowed For Old Gold -' Filling's $1 each CI HEIIGEftT 43 PUBLIC SQUARE There's real news In the Want Ads. They are brought up to date every day and they contain the very latest information about buying, selling and renting opportunities of all kinds. m Pajamas POIBAN'SJ w si vr BRIEF MENTION 1 Repair Fomeroy's Pavement-Sidewalk glass basement lights were replaced yesterday at Poxna-roy's department store. Today's Horoscope If your birthday is today, you may be shrewd and determined, but you are apt to want your own way In everything. Will Meet at Canada D., L. A W. Veterans' Association at its quarterly meeting yesterday at Scranton decided to hold its annual outing next June at Crystal Beach, Canada. Trolley Strike Settled Wednesday will be the 20th anniversary of the termination of the Wilkes-Barre trolley strike, which was declared and became effective October 14, 1915. To Address JVT. Group J. H. Super, Jr., principal of Coughlin High School.' will address the Parent-Teachers' Association of Hillard-Grove School tonight at 8 in the school building.- Kindergarten parents will serve refreshments. Guests Entertained Guests and residents who dropped into the lobby of Hotel Sterling last evening enjoyed an organ recital. Christmas music will be featured on similar programs for the next few weeks. Vets Pensioned Jess O. Lear 481 North Main Street, city, and Levi T. Pursell, West Main Street, Trucksville, veteran employes of Wyoming Division. Lehigh Valley Railroad, were retired on pension Saturday. Mrs. Husted Classes Tonight Bible classes will meet at the Y. M. C. A. tonight at 7:15 for an hour discussion of the International Sunday School lesson by Mrs. Helen Dean Husted. From 8:15 to 9:15, she will teach the Book of Romans. Correction It was erroneously stated in Harry Meister's ad in Fridays Record that regular 35 cent hose were on sale for 33 cents and 50 cent hose were on sale at 18 cents. The correct price is 35c cent hose for 18 cents and 50 cent hose for 33 cents. Play to Be Reviewed The play "Stage Door," by Edna L. Ferber and George Kaufman, will be reviewed by Miss Marion Sturdevant tonight at 7:15 at Coughlin High School at session of Modern Drama Class. The class meets in Room 23 in the high school. Doctors to Elect Dr. W. P. Healy of New York will read a paper on "The Treatment of Malignant Neoplasms of the Female Genital Tract" at a meeting of Luzerne County Medical Society in the Society Building Wednesday night. Officers for 1937 will be elected. Dentists to Meet Past presidents will be guests at a buffet supper at the annual meeting of Luzerne County Dental Society at the Elks' Home tonight at 8. Officers for 1937 will be elected. Atorney R. L. Coughlin will speak and Dr. Michael Melody of Scranton will entertain. Today's Almanac Monday, December 14, 348th day of the year. Kislev 30, 5697 in Jewish Calendar. Statehood Day in Alabama, 117th anniversary of its admission to the Union as the 22nd state. Zodiac sign, Sagittarius. Jupiter close to moon. Sunrise, 7:20 a. m. Sunset, 4:35 p. m. Harris Kills Buck Joseph Harris of 109 Main Street, Luzerne, return ed yesterday with a nine-point buck weighing las pounds killed near Williamsport. With him were George Lamoreaux of Huntsville Stanley Mihalski of Luzerne, Harry Edwards of Huntsville, John Salan sky of Chase and Thomas R. Morgan of Luzerne. To Open Art Gallery Decision to open the art gallery in Simon Long Building tomorrow night from 7 to 9 has been made by consultants who have been encouraged by pub lic interest in three recent exhibits. Probability of Sunday afternoon openings is being discussed favorably. The internationally-known Abraham Manievich's paintings have been on view. i i I Testimony to Be ResumefcesTI-TOariiey"'" timony will be resumed this afternoon in Harrisburg Federal court in the trial of Russell Gangwar, former cashioner of Nanticoke National Bank, and Louts Fierman, Jr., of this city, charged with conspiracy to defraud the Barrett Company of New York out of $78,-000 through the use of the mails and fraudulent checks. Today's Anniversary George Washington died at 67 on December 14, 1799, because of his doctors, Present day knowledge of his ail ment Indicates that it probably would not have been mortal; the repeated bleeding to which his doc tors submitted him was what made it fatal. He left a fortune of $5 300,000. bigger than the estate of any of his successors, Including Hoover, richester of recent Presi dents Woman Injures Head Thrown against the side of an automobile in which she was riding, Mrs. J. F. Delaney, 50, of 371 New Grant Street, suffered head lacera tions Saturday morning. She told Cruiser Car Patrolmen Harry Williams and John Saracz one of the rear wheels of the automobile, operated by her husband, dropped into an excavation on Worrall Street. BUSINESS NOTICES DR. JOHN M. HOSSLER CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 622 Miner. N.tion.l Bank. Dial X-C60S DB. GEO. U LEWIS CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 1020 Brook. Bid. Dial W.-B. 8-4611 KATHRYN McGOWAN ChiroDodist Foot Soeclslint 922 Miners Bank Bids. Dial S-0211 Willie Willis By ROBERT QdLLEN "I was goin' to ask forgiveness for bustln' that window when I said my prayers tonight, but I've already got my lickin' now." (Copyright, mt) jg eueve it OR not SF f - - - - I li p Jl Tir . T 7 If xm iMl "f "JedividePeak NArlll Glacier national Rk limM ijrp The only place where a raindrop $ HfljwA 'JT ill I WILL FLOW INTO 3 OCEANS f J I Arctic-" The name or I rtst ! VlNCIGUERRAI (MEMBER OF THE OLYMPIC BOXING TtAi-MEANs Winner or - Society Plans Annual Dance St. Stanislaus Society Is 38 Years Old and Has Enrollment of 225 St. Stanislaus' Society, possibly the otdest in the township, will hold its ninth annual ball on New Year's Eve in St. Joseph's Auditorium, Martin Street. Organized in 1898 with 20 members, it boasts of an enrollment of 225. Eight charter members survive. They are Andrew Runscavage, Sr., who observed his 77th birthday anniversary recently; John Budzinski, secretary of the society for 28 years; John Nowak, Joseph Par-rish, Louis Mroz, Cornelius Kal-nowskl, Joseph Kuczinski, Stanley Panowicz and Ignatz Bielski. Officers are President, Ignatz Gieiski; vice-president, Joseph Jackiewlcz; general secretary, John Budzinski; financial secretary, Joseph Hodakowski; treasurer, Walter Szafran; trustees, Stanley Kwasny, John uruzinski. n&ni , Rev. N. s. Sosnowski, pastor," is honorary chairman; general chair- man, i an. i . u,'ici i en. , womiauv, .. Y3tnlnurb ! aa.Uant Wit jonn jjruzinsKi, aianiey ivwasny; secretary. John Budzinski. Checkroom, chairman, Helen Druzinski; Emmannuella Georgick; floor, John Vickland, Carl Folczyk; reservations, chairman, Frank Ba-tog; Albert Considine, Josephine Georgick. Refreshments, chairman, Walter Wozniacki; assistant. Leo Przyby- lowskl; Stanley Budzinski, Joseph Habzda, Andrew Smigielskl, Joseph Nowak, Louis Nowicki, William Yanaitis, Mary Jaskiewicz, Jean-nette Yankowskl, Michael Yankow-ski, Walter Guzenski, Walter Mas-lowski. Press Chairman, John Budzinski; Stanley Przybylowski, Thomas Kisielewskl, Leon Rogaski, Joseph Georgick. Reception, chairmen, Louis Nowak, Martin Palka; William Kowal-ski, Michael Niemczyk, Joseph Stachurski, Frank Kopicki, Cornelius, Jaskiewicz. Joseph Roman-czak, Joseph Niemczyk, Benjamin Nutaitis, Anthony Czekalski, Bole-slaw Cebulski, Anthony Kulikowski. MINIMUM OF RED TAPE IS URGED Welfare Officials Discuss Social Security Plans Washington, Dec. 13 OF) Several hundred publio welfare officials who will handle administrative de tails of the far-flung social security program agreed in a conference to day that "red-tape" should be held to a minimum in getting the program underway. Meeting with American Public Welfare Association, they expressed a determination to keep the program, which becomes effective January 1, directed at the people to be benefitted by social security. Expressions that the thousands to be employed in social security ad ministration should be selected on a "merit basis" were couple with statements that no rigid personnel system should be set up immediately by the various states. Wobbly Walkers Will Be Detained for Time St. Louis, Dec. 13 OP) As a "Good Samaritan" act, St. Louis police were ordered today to "detain" temporarily pedestrians who appear to have 'difficulty walking in a straight line. Major Albert Bond Lambert, chairman of the board of Police Commissioners, said wobbly walkers would be released when they regained their equilibrium. The order was made to further traffic safety, he added. II FWi f t '-ij Itll'l King s-wnirrainnvwxwrnivnnin uu. o. a Pat. oa.) - fa i i 'V - '111 . 1, , , , i Styfl i. Xi fill! 41 riiKtf Tinxif : .-.-iimc zni-aTtm.mj ui I Sov) WITH A CROSS ON HER SIDE WAS BORN ON EASTER Sunday 193& wars IM4 bM HffSim, 1m. WM wka nrUl vt 4 IT P i EXPLANATION OF SATURDAY'S CARTOON ALL ITEMS SELF-EXPLANATORY Tomorrow Steam Heated Tunnel. MRS. ROOSEVELT WITH ILL SON Several Hours Spent With Franklin, Jr., in Boston Boston, Dec. 13 C4). Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, wife of the president, spent several hours today with her son Franklin, who is confined to the Massachusetts General Hospital with a sinus infection. Hospital attaches said young Roosevelt, a Harvard College senior, was "fairly comfortable" but still "running a slight temperature," which may delay indefinitely an operation physicians intended to perform tomorrow. Mrs. Roosevelt planned to take a plane back to Newark, N. J., tonight providing weather conditions allowed. It was the third visit she had made to the . hospital since the youth was brought there. The infection, young Roosevelt's personal physician, Dr. George Lor-ing Tobey, Jr., said, was confined to an area under his right cheek bone. His temperature, the physician added, would have to become normal before he would operate. Bombers Win feated the Lions A. C, 51 to 26, at the Edwardsville High School gymnasium yesterday afternoon. Kasthak and Mazzeorge stood out for the winners while Fried led the Lions' scoring attack. MARRIAGES BRITTAIN-SUTLIFF At Hopbottom, November 21, 1936. by Rev. J. R. Austin, Henry C. BriUaln of Huntington Mills and Miss Ella B. Sutllfl of Endicott. LIOI-COIRO Tn Wilkes-Barre, December 12, 1936. by Rev. Archangelo D'Anca. Anthony L. Lioi of Rochester and Miss Mary Jane Coiro of Wilkes-Barre. ROME-SILVER In New Tork. August 27, 1936, Elliott Rome of Kingston and Miss Ruth Silver of Wilkes-Barre. RENSA-WALOWICH At Kingston, Novembet 25. 1936. by Rev. J. E. Gryzcka, Anthony Rensa and Wanda Walowich, both of Miners Mills. BIRTHS To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noone, Sebastopol, at Plttston Hospital, December 12. 1936, a daughter. DEATHS Cowlev, Miss Winifred Dewey, Mrs, Max Eder, Mrs. Elizabeth Edward., Edward (Teddy) Goodwin. Jr.. Lawsoa, Janson B. Maday, Joseph McHale, Vincent Mulvry, Mra. Hannah Naii man, Mrs." Charle. O'Haire, Mrs. Teresa George Kaymond Olaen, Mrs. Hailstone, Mrs. Henrietta Eva B, Rare, Edward Rachefsky, Samnel Kiley, Mr... Catherine D. Skowronski, Valentine Sorber, Bowmaa Winner, Henry H. Huntington, Mrs. Frederic t. Jackson, Charles Lsmont James, Mr.. Mary Kingsbnry, Mrs. Ears A. COWLEY In Wilkes-Barre, December 13. 1936. Miss Winifred Cowley. DEWEY At Blackstone, Va., Mrs. Max Dewey, wife of former Tunkhannock resident. , EDER At Williamsport, December 13, 1936, Mrs. Elizabeth Eder, former resident of Wilkes-Barre. EDWARDS At Nanticoke. December 13, 1936, Edward Edwards, 66, pneumonia. GOODWIN In Nesbitt Memorial Hospital, December 12. 1936, George Raymond Goodwin, Jr., 17, gunshot wounds. HAILSTONE At Lehman, December 12, 1936, Mrs. Eva B. Hailstone, Moosic. HUNTINGTON In Wilkes-Barre. December 12, 1936, Mrs. Frederic L. Huntington, 69. JACKSON In Nesbitt Memorial Hospital, December 13, 1936, Charles Lamont Jackson, 64. KINGSBURY At Nanticoke, December 12, 1936. Mrs. Ezra A. Kingsbury, 66, former Wilkes-Barre resident. LAWSON At Laurel Run . Borough, By RIPLEY Owned byWALTrAASONALENTWCJgET f December 13, 1938, Janson B. Law-son, 46, heart attack. JAMES In Wilkes-Barre, December 13.. 1936, Mrs. Mary James, 89. MA.DAY At Alden, December 12, 1936, Joseph Maday. 47. M HALE At Wyoming, December 12, 1936, Vincent McHale. MULVEY In Wilkes-Barre, December 12, 1936. Mrs. Hannah Mulrey, 89. NAUMAN At West Plttston. December 12, 1936, Mrs. Charles Nauman, 93. O'HAIRE At Pittston, December 13, 1936. Mrs. Teresa O'Hatre, Plttston. OLSEN In Wilkes-Barre, December 13, 1936, Mrs. Henrietta Olsen, 80. RACE In Wilkes-Barre. December 12, 1936, Edward Race, 67, formerly of Larksville. RACHEFSKY In Wilkes-Barre, December 12, 1936, Samuel Rachefsky, 62, of Baltimore. RILEY In Wilkes-Barre, December 12, 1936, Mrs. Catherine Davis Riley, 29. SKOWRONSKI At Avoca. December 12, 1936, Valentine Skowronski, Avoca. SORBER At Nanticoke State Hospital, December 12, 1936, Bowman Sorber, 54, of Shickshinny. WINNER In Wilkes-Barre. December 12, 1936, Henry H. Winner, 72. FUNERALS Allen, Harry Alusirk, Mirhael V.hmshefaki, Mm. Roue Garvin, Mm. Margaret Gillman, Samnel Uroblexvski, Benjamin Harvey, Elizabeth Hughe, Lincoln Lavelle, Peter M.rrhcfka, Paul (Karretta) Ml.lewirs, Anthony Kovark, Mr.. Sophie Olsen, Josephine . 01aewki Pikas, Thomas Smith, Mrs. Jennie TlBHkJrPri.BltR' jonepn H maday) minimi, niri. Landmeitfter, Sualo George W. . Zdrojkowikl, Peter Harrv Allen, from 174 Breaker Street. Parsons, Monday morning at 9. Requiem mass at 9:30 in Holy Resurrection Russian Orthodox Church. Parish cemetery.- Michael Alusick, from home, Klrby Avenue, Glen Summit. Monday morning at J with requiem high mass in Holy Rosary Slovak Church, Ashley, at 9:45. St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover. Mrs. Rose Gabrushefskl, from 297 Buttonwood Street, Larksville, Monday morning at 9. with requiem high mass at 9:30 in St. Mary's Church, Plymouth. Parish cemetery, Plymouth Township. Mrs. Margaret Garvin, from home of daughter. Mrs. William Lloyd, 38 Vulcan Street, Tuesday at 2. Evergreen Cemetery. Samuel Gillman, from 32 Bradford Street, Monday at 2. Private services will be led by Rev. Robert L. Cornell. Hanover Green Cemetery. Benjamin Groblewski, from 841 Ridge Street, Nanticoke. High requiem mass in St. Stanislaus's Church at 9. Parish cemetery. Elizabeth Harvey, from Snowdon Funeral Home, 1810 Sanderson Avenue, Scranton, Dunmore Cemetery. Lincoln Hughes, from home of daughter, Mrs. Douglas Davis. 48 Dlvi slon Street, at 2 Monday afternoon. Joseph (Wllladay) Kvainauskas. from home or sister. Mrs. nose Marsincav- aee. 10 Mitchell Street. Sebastoool. Monday morning at 9. Requiem mass at 9:30 in St. casimir s Lithuanian Church at 9:30. Parish cemetery. George W. Landmesser, from 287 New Hancock Street. Monday at 2, Services In Christ Lutheran Church at 2:30. Rev. J. S. Savacool will officiate. Hollenback Cemetery. Peter Lavelle, from McLaughlin Funeral Home, 142 South Washington street. High requiem mass in St Mary s Church. Parish cemetery. Paul (Karretts) Marchefka, from 353 West Sixth Street, Wyoming. Tuesday at . uequiem mass at 8:30 in St Joseph s Church. Parish cemetery. Anthony Mislewicz, from 28 Llddon Street. Parsons, Monday morning at 9. Requiem high mass at 9:30 in SS. Peter ana feu is Church. Parish cemetery, Mrs. Sophie Novack from 80 Ewen Street, Port Griffith, at 9 Monday morning, nequiem nign mass in HI. Johns Slovak Church, Plttston, at 9:30. Parish cemetery. Josephine (Olsewskl) Olsen. from 81 North Empire Street, at 8:30 Monday morning wun men requiem mass in St. Mary's Polish Chtfrch. Parish cemetery, Wyoming. Thomas Pikas, from 437 South Grant Street, Monday morning at 9. Lithuanian Cemetery, Wyoming. Mrs. Jennie Smith, from 23 Sharp Street, Kingston; Monday at 2. Rev. J. Rolland Crompton of Dorrance Methodist Church officiating:. ML Greenwood Cemetery. Frank W. Tischler. from 28 Stanlev Street at 10 Tuesday morning. Pen Argyl Cemetery. Mrs. Susie Williams, from home of daughter, Mrs. Harvey Newton, 423 Main Street. Plttston, at 2 Monday afternoon. Rev. J. N. White will officiate. Pittston Cemetery. Peter Zdroikowskl. from home of Mrs. Charles Groski. 17 West Ridge Street, Nanticoke. High requiem mass in Holy Trinity Church. Parish cemetery. , Cards, Dance Holy Trinity Litnnanian Church Party to Be Held December 28 Parishioners of Holy. Trinity Lithuanian Church, city, are completing arrangements for a card party and dance to be held Monday evening, December 28, In the pariah ball. Proceeds will be used to defray exepenses for) Improvements to the interior of the church. Rev. John Savulls, assistant pastor and general chairman, Is assisted by - Helen A. Mlaunaa, Johanna Aahura, Joseph Kupstas co-chairmen. In addition, these committees have been named: Door ' Andrew Tueavage, John Jasonis, Joseph Butvinkas, Anthony Jusavage, Vincent Mieavage, Martin Azuk. Refreshments Joseph Sinderaltis, Mrs. Yuzwiak, Mrs. A. Stucka, John Tencharis. Specials Mies Anne Yuknavich, Miss Valeria ZaledOnls. Checkroo m Miss Stella Tom-alinas, Frances Simonavich, Delia Stremus, Marie Mensisky. Miscellaneous Chairman, Joseph KuDstas: Stanley Amytls. Berth. Bertha Yaskus, Al WitcavageN Veronica Zubres, Veronica Pikaitis, Vincent Misunas. Reception Margaret Moleskl, Victoria Sheporaitls, Alice Solinsky, Helen Gates, Frances Gates, Valeria Berneski, Helen Meneisky, Regina Stanulis, Regina Tunaltis, Sophia Palaunka, Johanna P e t o a k 1 , Johanna Tencharta, Anne M. Grim&ila. RFC Will Sell $20,000 Exeter Borough Bonds Washington, Dec. 13 OP) The Reconstruction Finance Corporation announced today it would open bids January 7 on an issue of $20,000 in bonds of the Borough of Exeter, Luzerne County, Pa. They are 4 per cent Exeter Borough municipal building addition bonds of 1935, maturing at $2,000 annually from November 1, 1937-46, inclusive. They are not redeemable prior to maturity. Triple E Wins Triple E Club trimmed the Laurel Run Indians yesterday, 18 to 6, at the Coal Street diamond. tfiiiMMiiiimmiimmiinimiiiiimm I LIZDAS I I PIANO STORE I 'lanoa Exclusively Steinway Chickeririg Musette Z EASI TERMS 247 So. Main St Dial 8-2644 ijimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiuHiijiinii! I GIVE HER A I i cony 1 j S"' TUN MAW Ut 4 "COFFEE BREWER t for Christmas 1-Jilsdces.Petfect Coffee I Every Time S $ Gives You More ! I Look! t Fast-Flo Filter g I I Two-heat Electric m 1 Units . I s g No-Break Funnel a g Holder t S Beautiful Striping i I S Attractive S Decanter Cover R Choice of models from 4 to S g 13-cup capacity. vj I ' 6 CUP SIZE FOB OAS $L95 t 8 CUP SIZE FOR GAS g '2,95 I S With 2-Heat Electric Stove IS $4.95 I 8 Let as show you the beautiful, S S efficient Cory Coffee Brewer. S 5 Finer coffee In fewer minutes. S) g If s the most unproved glass M coffee brewer. m I Wilkes-Barre f I Hardware I AND i Stove Co. i U 8, WASHINGTON ST. 2 Free Delivery t-4138 g Silver King ' Bicycles . 8 tmamltned Aluminum. ' The kind that every by mm girl wants. . - Boys' $30.50 to $51 JJ0 Girls' $31.50 to $43.50 Lionel Electric Trains A large assortment of the newest streamline models, many with remote control and whistle. $8.50 up Lionel Mechanical Trains $1.50 $2.00 Simplex Typewriters For Boys' and Girls' They Teach They Entertain. $1) $2( $3 $375 Remington "OFFICIAL" Scout Knives $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 BENNETT riARDVARPOC 4 AND 6N0;MAW VI EtobHshidT1826 DIAL M151 Expert Examination By Registered "Optometrist! Complete Glasses As Law As Mono-Vision Lenses For Near or Far Rim or Rimless Style QUICK OPTICA!. REPAIRS 64 South Main St. Opea Nlfhti 7:S FIRST THINK OF THE EYES! Eyeglasses should be your first consideration this Christmas If you need Glasses- yourselfor If you plan to give them to your Mother, Father, or any one else 'that needs them! It's the finest, but not the costliest gift If you go to Dr. Brown! His exclusive one-price optical service is worth many dollars more than the 17.50 you pay! Think of the years of eye comfort and eye-tight satisfaction this small sum buys! ONE PRICE ONLY! Complete Glasses, with eye examination. Everything your eyes require any shape leases in rim or rimless styles. Expensive Kryptok Bifocals, no extras! White or pink gold-filled frames! Dr. 17m. Brown Optometrist Optician 2 East Market St. Center Psblie Square SnS fleer I WftV $5.95 E1IHSIE Open Dally n-.t Hardware Co. WtXKES-BAKM Harris Hardware and Supply Co. KINGSTON CORNERS "ft- Mate Your Gift - A Permanent One fjealtb-o-Meter Bathroom Scales are appreciated by everyone- - - Other Models t3.o SSJCo k5 Sandwich Toasters make a most acceptable gift for the home, college students, etc All chromium finish. $1.29 $1.98 $2.95 up to $10.95 TOASTER SET Beautiful all chrome toaster, complete with black glass Relish Dish with chrome cover. $2.95 $3.95 Other Style Toasters $1J-$1.69 Up to $16.00 Electric Percolators Universal make, chromium plated, 4, 6 ao&.Sasep iMBKvaS $5.95 $6.95 $7,150 up to $8.95 ELECTRIC MIXERS Just the thing for cake mixing, whipping cream, potatoes, etc Large assortment of styles to select from. $7.29 $10.79 $14.95, up to $24.95 HAMMOND ELECTRIC CLOCKS Beautiful new styles, for every room in your house. Most all equipped with alarms. $4.95 $7.50 $9.75 $9.95 White Hardware Co. WTLRES-BARRH Harris Hardware and Supply Co. KINGSTON COBNEBS I i ip2Jf mi A aaaa sm mr M I ' - ' g t

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