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Al/rOONA MIRROR—TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 19& rur Wi mi PERFECT RECORDS MADE IN SCHOOLS students who iit- L. Bowers, Vollowing is n report of of the Ronrlng .Spring .srh tnnded every dny during the month ending on Oct. 31: First primary, tonplifr, Helen Martin-— Dean Albright, . Howard Geesy, Doiin ITf-lsrl, Rlchnrcl Kauffmnn, IJnlc Long, Uonnld Mcf.pc, Robert MilH-r, l.»rnnls Walter, Mnr- Jorle Bowers, Viixliiifi Butli'r, He.Ic-n <7!n;ir, M;io F'oor, I'h.vlli.i f.inli'H. Mnry ,I(\nc Kcll, Ida Hnvlun, norln Mite, Pauline MnlrMfir, Mnry Aliw Mlllor, Phyllis Shitw, Elvn SmHlj-.cr ami Helen Weltzc!. First primary, t.enchcr, Lenorc G. Carver — Glenn .Ayri'.s, Miix Uni'kc, Carl Butler, Jay Kurry, Schorck Hum, Fred Houston, Mntliuw Sell. Paul i Marnden, Julius Monk. Ktllth Barley. Odcnc Dick, Erdlnc Kn.-iUiri'H, Mmfc'Ifm; Hamilton, Virginia Hd.sH, LOIKI. Lung, Betty Mat Was, Himtnna \lc.ty.kfi; l.>or- i othy Morgan, Krtl.y ]lny, Lulu .Ullcy and Mildred ' Shonfr.lt, Second grade, tciiehcr, Kliznbdh P. Garner — Emory Bowers, Harold Coppersmith. Oeriilrt Curry. Kugenc Dick, George Helsul, JuclUi' Hisrron, Robert; Hoover, Harold Mml'-rlu, Hurry Querry, jr., Bonctl Qwrvy, Herbert Sny- ' der Donnld Thorn/is, Harold W/iIti-r, Gerald Ylngllng. Ro.-o'lln AlljrlKht, Roberta Burkrt, fttiliy HulHinKcr, Margaret I.ynrt, llnxnl Miidcrn. Constance Mcntzcr, Betty Mock, Phyllis Mcln- tyre, Belly McMlllen, Kutliur OakcH and Betty Siiowileji. Second grade, Initohrr, Gnrlruflo Gill — Irvln Dakar, Harold Boogie, Geruld Diclc, Lloyd Ki-uthern, Leo Garllck, .loHCph Hn'mllton, Olcnn HtilHtl, Hubert Hcrron, Wllbort Kelner, Byard I/OIIK, Melvln Motxkcr, Donald Rcplugle, Robert Snylor, Dale Shocnfclt, Wllllani Smith, Arlcno Burnett, Mary Bearh, Dorothy Four, Elizabeth O«tcs, June Kauffmnn, Audrle. McntMtr, ' Nancy MeUlier. Ruth Mock, Doris Moore, Ha Shocnfelt, Kathryn Smeltxcr und Helen Hurley. Third grade, tniicher, Catherine •Long— ChnrieH Barley, Hnrolii Bi-rk- hlmor, Jackson Cornelius, Robert Curry, Ralph Glass, Earl GiltHliall, Carl Horncr, Charles Hctael, Carl IIclBcl, Grant Tmlef, William Mcntzker, Allen Glen Mock, Dale Stlfflcr, Donald Well- 7,cl, Gnlcn WUliama, Agnes Albright, Marjorle Butler, Catherine^ Cornelius, Tluby Dick, Glaayn Dle.k, Alma Feathers, Margaret Furry, Lorcllu Hjilnley, Mfte Hell, Glcnclu Harhind, Mnry Hcl- «c), Joan Miller and Jiinrl Third grade, Emma. Bulger, tcarher — Mcn'Jl] Baaoli.'! 1 , Kupeno lienrh, Center Clttar, Gerald Elian, Wnrr«u Keiitb- era, Albert Houston, Alfred Hoover, Palmer McGoc, Maurice. Mauk, Merrill Mock, Aivln Nuugli;, Frank Wnl tors, Mary Jane Baylo, Irene Byler, Audrey Dick, Francis Gmliill, Sum HclHCl, Anna Mary Horncr, Elizabeth Hudson, 'Mario Mchtzcr, Kllolso Heltner, Elizabeth Reploglu and LaVen: Shoenfell. Fourth grade, Ruth teacher, Max Baker, William Uurlity, Dick Bowers, Denn Burket, Bnrlct, Regis Butler, Curie CloHHon, William Haincr, Uobcrt Hiimm, Jteud ' Hanks, Ray Gctrlck, Mllus Mrlntyro, Hog-or Mnuk, Robert Iluy, Normiin Stuard, Evelyn Barley, Belly Hlalten- berger, Vjvlan CoriicllUN, JJorothy Croft, PhylllR Dle.k, Janet. Holslnger, Dorothy Keith, (Jura MeUker, Dorothy Mock, Leonu. Mock, Kathleun Moora, Janet Thoinpnon. Fifth grade, Marion Hetrlck, teaehrr Ixmorc Barley, Sum Burin;, Mubli Dick, Dorothy Fletcher, Jiiui-t (!at.e« Ellen Harland, Irenn Miller, Betty Replogle, Bllzabelh Bhowaller, Gracr , YingUnK, Charles AlllMfin, Cleliw Croft Gerald Hall, Raymond Slil'ller nna Roger ThomuB. Grade B, Ruth Pauline Uobegott teacher. Dale Appleman, Cnrl Barley Merrill Helwel, Eugene. Keith, Franklin Mauk, Merrill Querry, Paul Raugh, Edwin RcynoldH, jr., John Shocnfult. Mary Albright, Haxel ClOHHon, Sara Carpenter, Doris Dick, Muud Poor Lola Furry, Catharine Gules, Bully Grace, Fruncls Gut.wliull, rtirdena Hull Geraldlne HelHcl, Leona HelHel, Ciith- arlno IckeH, Jean Lower, Frnnellllr Reffnar, Valeska Shoenfelt. Katliarinp Snyder and Cathlecn Webber. Grado' 0, Nina GorKuch, teacher David CarpoiHor, 75Imer ClosHOti, John Emolgh, Dale Garlli;, Clialniur Grace George, Guyor, Paul JolidHon, Hurry Kctnor, David Long, Jtalph Mitthlns RllMd Miller, Edward Mock, Henry Naugle, Blair Ray, -Ray Shoenfelt Kenneth Thompson, Phyllis Copper Hmlth, Bertha laimmolR, Mnxlno Gar He, Lola Hlmen, Alice HoenHllne Margaret Lower, Dorothy. McGec Grace Myers, Jean Mingle,' Homaim Myer», Lorma Querry, Tlieresa Hlioun felt and Marie Thomas. Grade 8, Miss Helghler, teacher Cheater Dlclt, Donald Dick, Charles Gutschall, Palmer Lynn, Lconart Metzker, Kenneth Replogle, Melvln Reffner, pearla Adams, Mildred Bar nett, Dorothy Burket, Kvelyn Ryltr Virginia Butler, Marlu Hlleiiiiin, Saral Hoover, Ruth Kaufrman, Kthel Llml nay, Vora Smltli und JinHellu Raugh Grade 7, section B, Esther Garbur H ar that sparkles Where Eruption Took 400 Lives Tlu-fin aerial pliotnN fell the ntory of linw a relcntlcsa rivor of Jav» and iiHlutn puiircd from tlin i2,,10Q-f»»t crest of'tlin Kantn Maria volcano in Oiiiiteiniilii, klllcil 'KKI |icrKoiiH mill cnffiilfc.d \vl<l« areuK. At'the top you Men 11 u« It tiKlcIie.il ftrn and molten roc.k In the nr»t ficrlaUH erup- HIIII of iweiity-m-ven yearK. (Jenler. tho liivfi, «lx tent deep. Is pletiired nillliig down through tlio oounfryHlrto anil throwing off clouds at steam win-re II tilled Hie HepreHHloiiH in » rivc.r !!,'•;. ,/r. ,w Is en ' r vf(-tv of part uf tli« tli'.Hi'.rtr.d city nt <jH< 1 ,7,ivlt(Mv.niK», sctowl largest In OuntemiUa, from wlileh inhabitants lied when Ulilphur KaH and n ruin of a«Jics from the cratur became .eiichur, HiisHcl Albright, .Tultus Barey, Arthur Dick, Gemld Helwel, Wll- icrt Hoover, Olha. Heffner, Arnold ihocnfclt, Helen Camp, ,'fenn Camp- icll, Mai'jurle GorHiich, Marie Hall, Vlarlha Kutner, Sara Martin, Al- icrtlnii Mauli, Ve.ra Mclntyre, Sara Knlght, Kathryn Moore, Elizahelh Ronlnson, Geneva Sell, Ida Mae Speilman and Dorothy Yodur. Grade 7, Hcctlon A, Sara GatCH, Leucher, Edward Pcathei-K, Thomas Gate», Norman HelHel, Merle Krlder, Waller McKnljfht, jr., Gerald Mocli;, Dennis Over, Merrill Raugh, Ralph Shaffer, Gerald Showiilter, Rohert Weitviul, Alice, Croft, Jean* Dick, Mary Dlclc, Rebecca Dlclr, Helen Furry, Floronr.o Homer, Margaret Ickcs, Doris Mlnglu, Pauline Naugle, Corn Ray, Olivn ThomaH nnd Murguret Wubber. GmUe 8, section B, Miss Stern, teacher, Florence Burtlebaugh, Snru Boworw, Barbara Camp, Helen Carper, Margaret Carper, Kathryn Climr, Hazel Fletcher, Sara Green, Elda Hol- Hlnger, Marian McClure, Liata Mc- llnay, Opal Myers, Kvnlyn Ruy, Vlr- Rlnia ThompHon, George Baiter, Clayton Busulor, Harold BOWOI-H, Kenneth Bowser, KusHcl Emelgh, Cloyd Ellas and Earl Hlle. Gratiu 8, section A, Dorothy M. Bicltle, tcachur, Randolph BowcrH, Harold OatcB, Paul Grablll, John H/imm, Paul Houston, Gurwood Hoi- «ln(,'ci-, David Lougcnecker, Harold MmiU, William RlncB und RuH Zook, PhylllH BauHlor, Glenna Bowers, Audrey Burket, Thelda Gutos, Armenia I-Ielncl, Edna Houston, Harriett HeiiHtoii, Maude HociiHtlne, Vora Kaiiffinan, Mario Lower, Ethel Lynn, Mary Elizabeth Over, Marie Kltchey, Mardolla Shocnfelt, Mary Smcltzer. FroHliman, Robert JI. Baird, teacher, Dorothy Shoenfelt, Helen Shoenfelt, Evelyn Snydor, Murjorle Stradley, Churles Niceswonger, Kdward Nlco- loinus, Glenn Rhodes, Benjamin Slick, 3. Swoope, Howard Troese, Herbert Wertman, George Ray, Johnson Bren- ncman, Alfred Hcunton, Fred Hoover, Wilfred Long, Thomas Macsden, Earle Mock, Vincent Myers, Dorothy Albright, Margaret Campbell, Lillian Carvey, Lois Gates and Mildred. McIlnay. Sophomores, Miss Hattle Barnetti teacher, Cleo Burket, Margie Dick, Martha Garber, Kathryn Garber Margaret Hlleman, Margaret Kite, 3ori* Hqrner, Bertha Mofeland, fathrvfl Claar, Bernard Beegle, Paul erkhimer, Ross Burlet, Bobb Carver, arl Hamilton, Harold Kurtz, Charles cGee, Robert Moore, Vance Myers. Sophomore, Miss Gelwicks, teacher, Vllliam Robinson, Harry Smith, John 'eitzel, Irene Poling, Violet Snyder, :athryn Stewart, Clara Webber and !azel Wertman. Juniors, Miss Young, teacher, Noran Albright, Donald Butler, Wayne utlcr, George Dean, Daniel Dick, aul Ellas, Eugene Garber, John Grlf- th, Leland Houston, Raymond Horer, Gerald Hudson, Robert I^ong, nrlon Lower, Iris Curlman, Erdene Imore, Martha Gates, Mai-Jorie Slick, :artha Smith. Seniorn, Miss CInpsaddle, tcacber, oseph Long, Theodore Walters, Ralph lover, David Showalter, Blanche eker, Madaleen Campbell, Geraldine organ, Leora Claar, Kathleen Dodon, Thelma Haines, Gladys Long, orothy Querry and Gladys Slick. ERFECflECORDS MADE IS SCHOOLS I-'«ANKMN SCHOOL. Grade 1—Helen Garner, Cora Clap- er, Margaret Eaton, Bernice Kuhn, {helma Logan, Alda Taylor, Mar- cry WilUama, Jarnes Bayle, Richard eegle, Frank Benefalta, Donald Bowrs, Donald Bride, Newton Davia, Cenneth Logan, John Maura, Albert toyer, Altan Pope, Benjamin Ropee- na, Fred Shoheen, Alton Briggs, Richard Curamadre, Harold Gundel, ack Hanlin, Donald Imler, Charles ynn, Beverly Oyler, Francis Pattl, aul Taylor, Donald Whltcsel, Corrlne oyles, Blva Calandra, Mary Down- n/if, Louise Flore, Pauline Flore, Alene Gable, Palina Glrande, Helen undel, Marporle Ketrow, Ruth Lie- egott, Anna Malagese, Augusta Near- oof, Evelyn Speacht, Dorothy Young, Jva Walter. • , Grade 2—William Daniels, Walter Jaugherty, Joseph Emswller, Warren Hauser, Frank Marlnuccl, William nyder, Bruce Stevens, Robert Tayor, Rosle Benfatta, Florence Cotter, 3dlth Fusco, Mary Louni, Marie Ma- agese; Robert Barger, Donald Houpt, oaeph 'Mlgnogna, Bernard Taylor, harles Williams, Lucille Boyles, Edith ilapper, Ruby Coder, Louise Davis, ulla Dente, Maxine Edmiaton, Hazel [cover, Helen Mackey, Beatrice Woodock, Anna Glass. Grade 3—Fred Fockler, Lowell Imer, Ralph Gundel, John Keagle, jcorge Logan, James Mackey, How- ird McGregor, Mark Nixon, Santo Plzzlno, Roy Meyer, Durwood Willams, Catherine Camuti, Catherine Julliana, Dorothy Hoover, Rose 'Mano, Caroline O'Dell, Betty Jane Onkst, Ddna Stafford, Naomi Smalea, Larue Vicker, John Caramadre, Charles Dosh, George Kelrn, Robert Mayer, 'oseph Mohler, James O'Keiff, Joseph Umholtz, Howard Walters, Verna Consal, Caroline Flore, Bernadine Glasgow, Marian Hannah, Betty Heffner, Winifred Hoffman, Jane Louise Housum, Helen Hughes, Phyllis Lynn, Leona Smales, Christine Sweitzer, Vir•Inia Thomas, Margurite Tyler. Grade 4r—Domlulclc Dl Guiseppi, No one can deny the importuiiue 'jf bavins the hair arranged in tlm style beat suited to the individual type. Afuch of the effect is lost, however, unless the hair is kept soft, abundant, lustrous. A million busy women and girta know the easient way to keep ihe hair in perfect condition is with Dttn- derine. The first application will Bbpw you how murveloualy it removes excess oli from the hair; cleanse* it; makes it sparkle with new life and lustre. It's so airaple to use Dan- derine. All you do is put a little on your brush each time you arrange your hair I The consistent use of Danderine will dissolve the worm cruut of dandruff ; uoolhe, Hea.1 the ecalp; btimulate the growth ol long, ailky abunduut bair. Danderine ian't sticky or oily; doesn't ehow. It makes the hair eacy to manage; holds it In place for hour.-;. "Set" your wavea with it ard see bow much longer they at ay in. Danderine Tbf Out Minute Hair Beautifier At Ail Drug 6tor»» • Thirty Flv* Ctnta Wall Papers Very Specially Priced for Dollar Day .50 Room Lots 1 .00 for any room in the home. 10 rolls side wall and 20 yards of border. Only two room lots to a customer. 10 Rolls Side Paper Branliful lupeslries, florals, chinU and other patterns for liudrooins, living rooms, dining rooms and stairways. Worth $2.00. 35c to 75c Papers 4 .«i .00 Rolls 1 Triple-coaled Vurnisli Tile- Papers for Latlirooms and kiU-licns as well as heavy quality 30-incli papers for other 1001113 iu the home. Exceptional values. Gable's HOME FUHNISHINGS BUILDING—FIRST FI.OOK Rftbett ifoupt, Edwin t«enberje, Albert Marlmicci, Fred Nale, Donald Pross, Robert Wray, Lydia Barnhllf, Alice BragonJer, Lillian Conrad, Cartes Spigelmyer, Marguerite Stouffer, Ellen Williams June Williams, Joseph/rte Yavasile, William Bryant, John Church, Robert Dlvely, Junior Wekes, Ernest Qlrardl, Charles Imler, Liberty Launi, Melvin Oyler, Kenneth Hockey, Alfred Rutolo, Mlchaef Ttidisco, Pauline Dengier, Olive Mary Hoen- fitlne, Lillian McCloskey, Mildred Stouffer, Cecil Woodcock. Grades &—Ray Bowers, Harold Brede, Harry Hiner, Paul Hoffman, John Imler, Scott Locltard, LeRoy Miller, Arthur Rauchle, David Rutolo, Kenneth Rupp, Omar Strohm, Paul Strohm, Charlotte Conrad, Dorothy Kiler, Marjorle Helss, Margaret Hicks, Dolores Mascla, Mary Evelyn Rlclt- etts, Helen Snyder, Thomas Corbo, Frederick Hughes, Robert Hunter, Elmer Kuhn, Charles McGregor, Harold Snyder, George Stafford, Anna Jean Africa, Helen Andrews, Marjorle a better laxative because you chew it Jnsistm the Genuine peenammt New SCRKEN GltlU, RADIO Fhe J. E. Spence Electric Store Authorized Dealers 1310 12th Avo. Dial S.M. GriilithCo. WALL PAPER AND PAINTS 905 Green Avenue - Downing-, Sylvia. Fibre, Orac« Koptch, Julia Lockwood, .Virginia Ma«a«Ul, Frances Morris. GH-ftd 1 * ft-Oeor^e Costlow, itlehaM Dlvcly, Hussell Dull, Nicholas Ffore, Victor Flora, Willlftm Hardaker, James Leyder, Carmen MarlnellA, Charjes McCotnaHnt, Jack Mitchell, George Thomas, James Wray, BdltM Brandt, trtha CAlandrA, Anna Corbo, Arlene Dietrich, F*ftn6ea Flote, Jose* phlno Fl6r8, v Kathef Ihe Helta, Ma*' garet Macohlarola, Genevieve Mackay, Dorothy Mohlef, Faye Patterson, Nor- tna Soyke, June Thomaa Gladys Walter*, Josephine wayer, Robetta Wlck- «r, M*.ry Tomasettl. The Chriotmaa season coats 'King George of England more than $40,000. HICREY & SON Ahoontfi Longest Established FUNEKAL SERVICE Lexington Avenue CUE AND ECCJTEfc JTCfctJ ECLlAfc SAL E A combined event that offers real savings. Listed are just a few of the hundreds of real values you'll-find at our store. ^ FRAMES — Priced at Sl.M complete with glass. Bring your photographs in and let us frame them. First time that, a frame of this quality has ever been offered i at these low prices. Two finishes, silver and antique gold. CARD TAHtES, »1.00—For the one day only, red, green, mahogany/ finishes. B1UDGE LAMPS — f t.OO complete. BOOK ENDS, 95c—Large assortment. Regular price up to. |2.45. • .* HOSIERY AND UTIMTJr BOXES— Regular $1,00' values. Large assortment of colors. , Special at 39c. BBAUTIF17I, MAKE TTP BOXES— Special at $1.00 and $1.95. JfBTAT, SMOKING STANDS—They sell regularly for Jl.Ofl each. Special 2 for $1.00. MBKARY .BOOKS—Large selection, taken from our library, priced at 25o each, ARTIFICIAL FtOWERS—Large selection, $1.00 a dozen. IVOROID PIvAQVES—A selection of twelve different subjects, regularly sell at $2.50. Sale price, $1.00. First time that these plaques have been offered at this price. OTITNA POTTERT AND JAPANESE WAKE—Actual values up to $2.75. Priced at 25o to $1.00. FRAMED MOTTOES at % price. Make ideal Christmas Gifts, New prices 25c to §1.50. PLAYING CARDS — Linoid finish, regular 60c cards— 3 for gl.oo. Cambria finish—4 for $1.00. .All Congress Flaying carda 60o a deck, double decks $1.20. Tally to match. 000 CHILDREN'S BOOKS—That sell regularly up to fi.QQ. As -we are discontinuing the sale of these books we offer the choice of our -regular stock at lOo each or 6 for $1.00. CHILDREN'S SCHOOL COMPANIONS — Large selection — at % price. INCENSE — Special at lOc to 40c. Burners ISo to ?2.SO. BRASSWARB—Reduced to Vt price. WASTE PAPER BASKETS —Assorted colors. $1.00. . ' and TCCLE 1316 12th Avenue $1 Down Delivers Thii Metal Day Bed Strongly made and smartly styled. All metal construction, with good spring and comfortable mattress. Priced rr. $18.50 The Almighty Dollaq Prover iff Power The power of the Dollar has jievy been more ably demonstrated! Here is our Booster Stores' Dollar Day. Values are unusual on every piece of furniture in our store. Call and see "America's Finest Furpiture" at exceedingly low prices for this event. $1 Down Delivers This Kitchen Cabinet A kitchen cabinet designed .to save time and labor.' Comes equipped with clock and mirror. Choice of colors. Plenty of room for all kitchen flJOQ needs. Only ipOtJ Dollar Day Specials! Fruit Julceri, gear conduction Medicine CablaeU, mirror dour... Metol Ferneries, complete. ...... . Console' Mlrrorg ............ . . ,.,: n -.j Metul Smokers Carpet M weepers .......... .v.v.jaiaxo.. nridge LurnpH and Sliailo*. .,,-,.ii,-.r.v.. Kitchen Chulra, unniUbhud ..... ,>•*.,, Ironing Himrds ........... ....,.,K.-.I:>... Silk Sofu Cinthluin ....... .....,>,j,,.,... Matfiuliie -Kackit ..... ,.iaj.-.rt.r.i:ii».,,.... Klcctrlc Hut 1'lutes ...... .,v,,... JJV j.,. . Ulectrlo Toasters ........ jjiov. .J-.aa.»:. Electric Truvellne Ironii..toicr.-.r.,.v.-.x.-» fluli Bowl* and Stands ...... wrti.iw Enamel ltoa«ter». hirge »...,. ^touji. Curving Sets ............ .•..«Mmiuia».'.:.,;. . , $1.00 .$1.00 .$1.00 .$1.00 .$1.00 .*1.UU .?1.00 $1.0(1 -*1.UO .1*1,00 .*I.W .SI. 00 Jacquard Velour Suite Quality and style that la featured in suites sell. ing at twice^» our price. ThreeJp massive pieces. Reversible cushions. Mohair Suite Covered all over alike in 100 per c « n t angora mohair. S beat)- C tlf ul p J e c es. ^ «8V»r«it>Ie s p r 1 ng filled cushions. Walnut Bedroom Suite Ne-w, smart and stylish. Price includes bed, vanity, dresser and choice of either chest of drawers or cbiffo- i-obe. v NOTICE-.—Every purchaser of IJvlng |loom, Bedroom or Dining Room Suite will receive a nand«om« gin free. ' ,, Sale of Room Rugs Velvet Ruga—Seamless velvet rugs in beautiful patterns and rich colorings. In 9x12 foot Q£OO eize , tj>««ty Axmlnster lliig-g—Heavy quality rugs, 9x12 size. A splendid assortment of desirable patterns ffiQQ and color effects. At tpojf Wilton Velvets 9x12 foot Wilton velvet ruga, seamless and fringed. The range of colors and patterns 10 complete, $45 Patterns to aatisfy every taste. UNITED FUR TUR 1105-1107 Sixteenth Street JUST PFf ELEVENTH AVE.

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