Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1930 · Page 27
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Friday, June 6, 1930
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' fh« Baccalaureate service of the Bedford High school was held in the Presbyterian church, Sunday evening, •Ame l, at 7.80 o'clock. The organ •*ohn»tary was played by Miss Winona •iarli.lck from ."The Holy City." The |>iT*-*5ssional march was played while vj« class marched In after which "Lead On, Oh King Eternal" was sung; Avocation by the Rev. R. 8. Caldwell ', • re plria glee club sang "The Raln- •'tf**' *$* offeratory was played by Missel Sthel Koonta and Winona Gar- .brick, "Meditation From Thais." Rev. «. s. Caldwell chose for his Scripture the eisrlath verse of the- first chapter of bbolc of Josua and his wonderful and expressive sermon was entitled, "Then Shalt Thou Have Siiccess." The girls glee club sang another very enjoyable selection, "Goin 1 Home." The church •Was decorated In the class colors, crimson ana white. The church and balcony were filled to capacity. George Powell, a student at the University of Pittsburgh, Will attend his slsteer Helen's commencement a* Dana Hall In Wellesky, Mass., and Helen will accompany George back to their home on South Juliana street. George Hale of Frostburg, Md., was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. McLaughlin on North Richard street. Mr. 'and Mrs. E. C. Beegle and E, R. Beegle of Corapolls, were weekend visitors at the home of Charles D. Beegle. John Albert Mlnnich, a student at Dickinson college, Carlisle, is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mlnnich on Juliana Heights. Rev. and Mrs. Harry Saul of Altoona attended the senior play Tuesday evening, given in tho Junior High auditorium. James Woodcock of Tyrone was a recent visitor of relatives in Bedford. Miss Helen, Fletcher of Altoona was a recent guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher on East Penn •treet. Mr. and Mra. Durkin Steiner of Camp Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stiner and daughter of Harrlsburg were recant guests at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Steiner on West Pitt street. Misses Lena and May Beegle and P. H. Dletz of Pittsburgh wore guests over the week-end at the home of Mi-, and Mrs. A. C. Brice on South Juliana street. Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Risser and son Robert of Democratic Hill were recent guests at Merccrsburg academy, whore they were visiting their son and brother Junior. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Welsel and son Bill of East Pitt street, motored to Washington, D. C., over the Weekend and were accompanied home by their daughter and sister Jane, who in a student at Hood college, Frederick, Md. Jane was recently elected loader and director of the Hood College Glee club and president of the Music club. Donald E. Mock, son of Attorney Charles R. Mock, who graduated from the'Bedford High school in 1925, will graduate from Purdue university on Jurie 10. Donald will receive the degree, bachelor of science in c"ivll engineering. The graduating Class numbers over BOO this year. The prothonotary'H, register's, recorder's, sheriff's and county commissioners' ofHco will close at 4 iTclock p. m. beginning this week and wilf continue until August 15. The treasurer's office will close at 4 o'clock after July 28. C. G. Blymyer and family of Wil- kensburg were recent guests at the homo of the former's mother Mrs. Annie'K. Blymyer. Dr. and Mrs. Norman Timmins of South Juliana street were visitors in Alfoona on Tuesday. Fred Davidson of West Pitt street, graduated from Juniata college in Huntingdon on Monday. Mrs. Walter Bowers Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Clapper at Saxton. Misses Betty and Catherine Rogers ' Huntingdon are tho guests of Miss Margaret Brice on Juliana Heights. Miss May Willoughly of East Pitt street, has returned from Huntingdon where she visited her sister Mrs. Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. John Turner of Pitta- burgh were greeting friends in Bedford this week. Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Davidson and daughter Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Dimm and daughter of Huningdon were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. C. A. Willoughly on Euat Pitt street. Vcrnon Olaon of Altoona, on his way to Minneapolis for (in extended vacation, stopped in Bedford on Monday to call on friends. Mias Jane Marshall of the State Society for Crippled Children at Philadelphia, will be in Bedford this week and will meet with all who are interested in this work. Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Cessna of South Juliana street, motored to Altoonu Tueaday morning at attend the funeral aervices of Patrick Kelly. Mias Dorothy Van Ormer, who graduated from Highland Hall this week, is the guest of her mother Mra. Edna Van Ormer on South Richard street. Robert Arnold of Penn State Is tho KUeat of his parents, Mr. and Mra. Walter Arnold on East Pitt street. Mias Gene Brico i.s .spending aeverul days at Annapolia, Md. Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Ce.sana and Mra. Albert Brice were Altoona via- itora on Tueaday. Mra. Phillip Snelaon entertained the members of her Tueaday Bridge club at her home on East John street thia week. Tho guests were Mra. J. F. Mudrock, Mrs. P. N. Riaaer, Mrs. Jero Weat, Mrs. Charles Allen, Mra. Banks Hudson, Mrs. Warren King and Mra. D. C. Reiley. Mra. Sam Orr's Sunday school elaaa of the Trinity Lutheran church will hold a bake anlo in Koontz'a music houao on Saturday, June 7 from 9 a. in. to 4 p. in. Mrs. Michael 'Walsh of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Charles Spang, SW street, spent Wednesday with friends in Altoona. Mrs. Warren Martin of Altoona was a guest of friends and relatives )n Huntingdon yesterday. Mrs. Paul fi, Westbrook and little daughter Alice Elizabeth were guests yesterday at the home of Mrs. W«st- brook's father, A. L. Smucker. Oscar D. Vaughn, one of the toilets of the First National bank, who lias been a patient in the J. C. Blair Memorial hospital for the past, three weeks with a nervous" breakdown, Is Improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Keiohline, of Bellefonte are guests at tne home of their son Dr. J. M. Keichllne, 820 Fifth street. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kttiw and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Blddlo ire attending the commencement exercises at Cedar Crest college whero Miss Small Biddle is graduating. Miss Marcia Sweet, who is a member of the special dance grouo of the show "Flying High," returned" to New York yesterday after visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Sweet, 104 Fifth street. Mrs, Edward Hammers and little daughter Dolores of 402 Second street were guests at the home of Mrs. Hammers' sister in Altoona yesterday. Charles Cavender of Altoona has returned home after spending the past week at the home of his sister Mrs. S. Lano McDonald in South Huntingdon. Miss Emily Morningstar, 400 Second street, has returned home after being a guest at the home of her sister Mrs. John Ritttenhouse in Al« toona. Mrs. John W. Strait, 615 Church street, entertained the members of the Mary G. Likens kindergarten at her home yesterday afternoon in honor of her little daughter Joan's fourth birthday anniversary. Miss Phyllis Zeigler of the High school faculty returned to her home in MoVeytown yesterday where she will spend tho summer vacation with her parents. D. Fred "Johnson of ' Rochester, N. Y., was called to Huntingdon on account of the sudden death of his brother Cloyd W. Johnson. TOME SWIM, IVYSIDE PARK PURE, CLEAN WATER BEAVERTOWN Mrs. Fleetwood Brumbaugh and daughter Darlene and Marjorie of Martlnsburg spent a few days last week at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Detwller. Mrs. Dora Royer of Shellytown spent Tuesday visiting friends «t Williamsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Troxell and Harvey Bechtel of Shellytown spent the week end in Pittsburgh. The vacation Bible school of Clover Creek closed with commencement exercises Sunday evening. There were 115 enrolled. Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Beery of Mar- tlnsburg called at the home of Miss Mamie Shelly of Shellytown last week. Miss Maurice Shelly of Shellytown spent Saturday evening at Williamsburg. The following guests spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shelly of Shellytown, Mr. and Mrs. Swartz and daughter Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shtiltz of Altoona, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Deeter of Hollidaysburg, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shultz and son James. Charles Acker of Martlnsburg and nephew of Nebraska called at the home of A. K. Bechtel of Shellytown. A. K. Bechtel of Shollytown spent tho week end in Maryand where he attended the funeral of hla aunt Mrs. Snowberger. WESTWOOD PARK Miss Leola Durrah of Park avenue left Tuesday* for an extended visit with relatives and friends in Lima, O. ELDORADO SWIM, IVYSIDE PARK PURE, CLEAN WATER is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Laughlin on North Richard street. Miss Agness Leasuro of North Richard street is spending several days in Philadelphia. Miss Catharine Fyan returned from Notre Dame college in Baltimore, Tuesday evening to spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fyan. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Beegle of Pittsburgh and Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. McLaughlin and daughter Margaret of Pittsburgh were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John L, McLaughlin on North Richard street. Miss Irene Mickle, a student at Juniata college, i.s visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mickle on East Pitt atrcot. Mr. and MI-H. William Agnew of Tyrone were gucata of Mr. and Mrs. P. N. RIssor of Democratic hill, Wednesday evening. Fred Qrcenloaf, Tom Peterson, Fred Loan, Raymond Whetstone and Miles Greenland, all of Penn State, are homo for their summer vacations and are visiting their parents. W1LLIAMSBURG SWIM, IVYSIDE PARK PURE, CLEAN WATER Here is one means of reproduced music that has the universal support of great musicians. Paderewski . . Damrosch . . . . Stravinsld . .Newman . . Pianists, music authorities, composers and critics of all countries endorse The a fl DUO-ART PIANO Winter Music Store 1415 llth Avenue VIUTOK — Sl'AUTON — ZKN1TH BA1HO Mrs. Harry S. Flecft ftnd daughter Miss, Edith left last «?ening for Ne« York city and today sailed aboard the Royal Spanish mall steamer, for Cardlz, Spain. Their trip «rllt include tour of Spain, sections of Italy, Switzerland and the British Isles. They expect to be g;one about two months. Mrs. ira Fisher and daughter Mary Carolyn, returned home from a visit with their husband and father, who Is a patient in the Naval hospital in the Quaker city. Word comes from the Clearfleld hospital that Mrs. Samuel B. Beyer, who Is seriously 111 at that institution, remains In a very criiteaf condition, no change being noted by the attending physicians. Mrs. Beyer has a host of friends In Tyrone, who are anxiously hoping for her recovery. Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Ray of Logan avenue have gone to Glean, N. Y., where they will join their son Wald : ron and family, and proceed on to the national conclave of the Mystic Shrine, to be held In Toronto, Canada, the first of next week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray will remain in Canada over the summer months, returning to their home here In the early party of September. Mr. and. Mrs. Harvey Garman delightfully entertained the employes of the Garman and Sons store yesterday afternoon and evening at the Pennsylvania state forest reserve camping grounds, near Spruce Creek. A very generous and delicious picnic supper featured the outing, along with the usual games and stunts, which make up a function of this type. The party motored to and from the camp grounds, and all report having one of the most enjoyable times of their lives. Miss Marjorie Garman Is spending a few days at Carlisle attending some of the social functions in connection With the Dickinson college commencement festivities. Misses Alice Scruders • and Bernadine Shildt, president and vice president respectively, of the OtterbeJn guild of the First United Brethren church, have returned from Philipsburg where they represented their organization at the annual convention of the Woman's Missionary auxiliary of the United Brethren church. A number of ladies from the Missionary society of the local church also were in attendance at various sessions of the convention. Miss Kathleen McLanahan has returned to her home here, having just been graduated from Beaver college, Jenkintown, as a physical education instructor. Miss McLanahan' Is the daughter of Fred McLanahan and Is a graduate of the Tyrone High school of the class of '26, and will enter upon her chosen profession with the open- Ing of the schools In the early fall. Her host of friends extend their heartiest congratulations and best wishes for success in her professional career. The efficiency of the Tyrone police, has again been demonstrated, in a moat commendable manner. During the past couple of weeks a, number of bicycles have been reported stolen and after a quiet, methodical investigation, the wheels have all been returned to their rightful owners, perhaps not in the best of condition, but found nevertheless. The humaneness of the police officials caused the culprits to be dealt with as leniently as possible, but the next time such a condition arises it Will not go so well with the law-breakers. This is just one of the Instances in which the proper restoration has been made through the efforts of the police, and we can In all sincerity and appreciation acclaim them the "Unsung Heroes" of the borough official group. The swimming pool at the Athletic park Is tho mecca for all lovers of the aquatic sports this extremely warm weather. Thursday afternoon several hundred persons disported themselves at their leisure in the cooling waves and on the banks of the beautiful pool. The other diversions offered by the park, are being participated in by the large membership, the tennis courts and the golf course each coming in for their share of popularity. The annual daily vacation Bible school of tho Columbia Avenue Methodist church will open on Monday morning, June 9 and continue until June 20, inclusive. All the boys and girls of the church and community aro priviledged to attend these school sessions and the pastor is particularly desirous that a large enrollment be recorded. There will be three departments in connection with the school, «*»* tte JBftdHLt* «feS, tymeft includes all those from fouf ts fourteen yews of Age. A very ffiletegting ciiurBe of study has been outlined by the pastor And his educational committee, which will in- clud« memorl*ati6tt, reerefttlonal activities, niusic a«d Bible story tolling. There will be a- trained faculty enlisted ready to serve the needs of the school and from every indication, the success of this year's sessions la already assured. SWIM, IVYSIDE PARK PORE, CLEAN WATER JUNIATA The Vacation Bible school of the St. John's congregation will open Monday morning, June 9 at 9 o'clock, Miss Anna Eliza White will be the supervising principal and Miss Gertrude Berry Will serve as secretary. The various departments will be in charge of the following: Kindergarten, Mrs. Rebecca Wolfe; primary, Mrs. George Buddie; junior, Miss Elizabeth Bossert; intermediate, Miss Anna Eliza- White; Miss Alva .Krlder and Miss Belda BullCk will serve as assistant techers. A meeting of the officers and teachers will be held this evening at the home of the supervising principal, Miss Anna Eliza White, 1611 Sixth avenue. ' The Woman's Missionary society of Trinity Lutheran church met Tuesday evening and elected the following officers: President, Mrs. W. Zeiaers; vice president, Mra. J. E. Gable; secretary, Mrs. R. C. Henry; treasurer, Mrs. R. ,1. Isenberg; superintendent of extension work, Mrs. E. E. Baird; statistical secretary, Mrs. J. W. McCoy; thank offering secretary, Mrs. C. N. Warner. The Nota Bene Mission circle of the First Methodist church met (Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Mildred Fink, 913 Boulevard. After the lesson study, a social hour was enjoyed and the hostess assisted by.Miss Ruth Epler, served a dainty luncheon. Those present were Misses Blanche Staub, Thelma Shellenberger, Helen Adams, Adella Eshelman, Eva Shuss, Mrs. W. R. Halfpenny, Mrs. L. R. Sackett, Mrs. Robert Fraker, Mrs. Francis Gllli- land, Mrs. Frank Turnbaugh, Mrs. Marlon T. Cunningham and Mrs. Homer Summers. The Loyal Women's Bible class of the Grace Evangelical Sunday school met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Catharine Showers, SOT Second street. At the conclusion of the business session, the hostess served a delicious luncheon, and social hour was enjoyed. Those present were W. R. Yohn, teacher; Mrs. W. H. Frain, Mrs. R. C. Campbell, Mrs. G. L. Richardson, Mrs. J. L. Bloom, 'Mrs. E. S. Zerbe, Mrs. L S. Mallery, Mrs. W. M. Fink, Mrs. Moses. The Young People's circle of the First Methodist church will enjoy a hike this evening. The young folks will meet at the church at 6 o'clock. The Woman's Home Missionary society of the First Methodist church will meet Monday evening at 9 o'clock at the home of Mrs. D. R. Cam, 111 Tenth avenue. Mrs. Carn and her group will be in charge of the meeting. The B. M. club will be entertained this evening at the home of Mrs. Fred Endress, 539 Twenty second avenue, Altoona. Mrs. Mellott and Mrs. Kepner will be hostesses for the social hour at the regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the Wesley Memorial Methodist church, this evening. The meeting will be held in the social room of the church and a good attendance is urged. Miss Pearl Keith of 1416 Fifth avenue will entertain the Rosebud class of the Wesley Memorial Methodist Sunday school this evening. The members are urged to be present for tho election of officers. The Climbers class of tho First Methodist Sunday school will meet this evening In the lecture room of the church. After the business meet- Ing, Misses Bculah Wilson and Margery Gladfelter will act as hostesses for the social hour. SWIM, IVYSIDE PARK PURE, CLEAN WATER JUNIATA THKATRK Friday and Saturday 'LOVE COMES ALONG' With Beke Daniels and Lloyd Hughes. Vituplionc Comedy, Act, News and Mickey Mouse Hound Cartoon. ELIZABETH ARDEN- personally recommends these preparations for the care of your skin at home for Cleansing Venetian Cleansing Cream. Melts into the pores, rids them of dust and impurities, leaves skin soft and receptive. $i, $x, $1, $6. , ~, . } for Toning Venetian Ardena Skin Tonic. Tones, firms and whitens the skin. Use with and after Cleansing Cream, jfoc, $1, $3.75, $9. for Quick Afternoon Treatment Venetian Anti-Wrinkle Cream. Fills out fine lines and wrinkles, leaves the skin smooth and firm. Excellent for an afternoon treatment at home. $1, $3.50. for Nourishing \ Ardena Velva Cream. A delicate cream for sensitive skins. Recommended for a full face, as it smooths and softens the skin without fattening. $1, $1, $3, $6. Venetian Orange Skin Food. Keeps the skin full and firm, rounds out wrinkles, lines and hollows. Indispensable for a thin face. $i, $1.75, $1.75, $4- i 5- for Tightening Venetian Special Astringent. For flaccid cheeks and neck. Lifts and strengthens the tissues, tightens the skin. $1.15, $4. Venetian Muscle Oil. A penetrating oil rich in the elements which restore sunken tissues or flabby muscles. $i, $1.50, $4. ELIZABETH ARDEN's Venetian Toilet Preparations are on sale at GABLE'S llth AVENUE BUILDING—MAIN FLOOR 6ELLWOOD The Hi-Y" eldB has accepted Aft Invitation to Attend A meeting of the Montena Girls' club df the Church of the Brethren this evening. The fdllow- ing members of the club as well as the advisory eouttcil Are Asked to be at the Y. M. C. A. At 7.30: Richard Hoffman, Franklin Keller, Russell Shaner, Harrison Irwin, William Levengood, Paul Blggens, Paul Noel, Theoras Attman, Alfred Hollen, Charles Walters, Mervin Thomas, Walter oensamer, Chester Williams, Bd- ward Leddy, Bills ArdrSy, Raymond Cunningham, Rlentrd Rdthenberger, James oiimore, Robert Hinton and Charles BArr. Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy and ehlU dren of Germantown spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Murphy's parents Mr. and Mrs. James Edmiston of Ninth street. The Evangelical Ladles' Bible class will hold their mbnthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Dengate, North Sixth street, this evening. The Woman's Missionary society of the Lutheran church will meet this evening at 7.30 at the church. All members are urged to be present. Miss Betty Branstetter of Tyrone Is visiting at the home of her aunts Mrs. C. A. Campbell and Mrs. P. C. Messner. The many Bellwood friends of Mrs. Ira Wentzel will be glad to learn that she Is recovering nicely from a serious illness which kept her confined to her room at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Miles Stover In Pittsburgh where she had been visiting for the greater part of the winter. Scott Mulhollem and little daughter Luia are Spending a few days at the home of Mr. Mulhollem's brother at Fort Wayne, Ind. His many Bellwood friends will be delighted to know that Richard Ream, popular young Bellwood man, has been elected assistant principal of the West Philadelphia High school and Is given consideration at the conclusion of the year for the principalship of the school. Mr. Ream is a graduate of Gettysburg college. SWIM, IVYSTDE PARK PURE, QLEAN WATER GEESEYTOWN Fred Hileman of Scotch valley and Miss Verne Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hlleman and daughter Ruth, visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hlleman and family at their Pltcairn home on Sunday. G. R. Stlffler had his first bee swarm on Sunday, June 1. At the. first mid-week prayer service which was held on last Wednesday evening there was a fine attendance, fifty-one being present and much interest was manifested. At the church on last Saturday afternoon there was a fair representation of 'children present at the Class in doctrinal Instruction, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Hillis G. Berkey. Mr. And MM. Ctirtte f. WAffter announce th« *n|»£«tttent at th«ir daughter Miss Anne Elizabeth And Mr. Manion K. Robb, son of Mf. And Mrt. Nilson E. Robb of fienefonte. Mist Wagner is a graduate of th« 8«llefonte High school and CedAr GrMt college, Alientown, and is now employed as bookkeeper In the Hazel and company department store. Mr. Robb Is a graduate of the Beltefonte High school and the University of Pennsylvania and is now employed In the senior investigating department of the Irving Trust company, New York. The wedding will take place the latter part of August. Mrs. George A. Beeser returned Tuesday from a week end visit as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Sheffer in Willlamaport. N. E. Robb spent this week at Clifton Springs, N. Y. Miss Rose Carpeneto entertained at her home Tuesday evening in the form of a kitchen shower for Miss Anne Ghernty, whose marriage to Herbert M. Beezer will take place the latter part of this month. Miss Gher- rlty received many articles useful in a kitchen. Refreshments* were served to Mrs. James Davis of Tyrone, Mrs. Daniel ciemson of Wllllamsport, Mrs. Charles smith of Jersey shore, Mrs. W. D. Hummel, Mrs. Ralph T. Smith, the Misses cordula Love, Marie and Eleanor Kelleher, Virginia Healey, Helen Bee«er, Ruth Oeitrich, Mary and Elisabeth Carpeneto. SWIM, IVYSTDE PARK PURE, CLEAN WATER SOUTHALTOONA Mrs. Henrietta Cochran of Pittsburgh and. Mrs. Earnest Thompson and son Jlmmie of New York city are guests at the home of Mrs. Charles McGarvey of 3946 Fifth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Lyons, daughter Marian and son Bruce of 4003 Fifth aVenue have returned from a pleasant visit with relatives in Plumville. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Overly of 410 Thirty-seventh street and granddaughters June and Louise Clawson have returned from a week-end spent at their cottage at Licking Creek. Lev! Erb of 4001 Fifth avenue spent the week-end with his mother In Lancaster. ROARING SPRING SWIM, IVYSTDE PARK PURE, CLEAN WATER ROARINO SPUING THEATRE SMUrdKY, June 7 YOU llk«d "Our Modern Malderte" and "Our Dancing Daughters"—WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE "THEIR-OWN DESIRE" with Norma Shearer and Robert Mont- g °"Ffgntlng Parson" with Harry tang- don. News. W.T. GRANTW. Warm Weather Dresses — at reduced prices Due to the system used by Grant's all dresses not sold within 30 days "have to be reduced. Thus the one price of $>i.95 4 You will find all kinds. Some of them form e r 1 y were $7.95. There are geor- g e 11 e s, , flat crepe and they have all the f ashi o n a b 1 e styles of the summer season which include the flared skirt. Some are of the cape style while others are the sleeveless effect. This is an opportunity that you ought not to pass by and the price is low enough to be within reason for all. Plan to see them Saturday while shopping. W/GRANTCQ 1412 Eleventh Ave. 'For Zconomy't Sakef GRANT'S "Known fur Value*" Come and See!"Come and Save! Here is an unusual item that you can purchase for one dollar Bed Spreads 81 in. x 90 in. Comes in assorted colors and the quality is high. You will Ifk£ them and it is a pleasure to put them on sale for you at 1 ea, There's Still Some Turkish Towels at IOC Each It is a great towel and worth twice as much. It will pay you to get your share while they last. Some of Our Regular Merchandise. Children's Dresses 69C at Sizes 7 to 14 years. Guaranteed fast colors and made of light material for summer. Plan To Go Swimming Our This Is Always Welcome Neivs. Unbleached, Muslin •: 36 inches Wide 9 We have advertised thi» be-^ fore and from the sale it is evident that our customers- realize the value. • '* Call This To Your lion. I'sis Hose We Also Offer Lux Soap at Bar This needs no description. Limit of 5 to a sale. iic; <JM °rrlfl £1 Fbfr;u ^^^^ .,, .*. Either service <Mr.,.'. chiffon in th« •UBft*'-^ mer colors. w* jCl guarantee ever jr" pair. (li |; Bathing Supplies Are just what you need. Caps lOc and 25c ea. Morning Frocks ;: 69C They/ are guaranteed fait,) colors and are ideal house wear. Values in Men's and Boys 9 Furnishings A Special Lot of Blue Chambray Shirts Just the thing for work. While they last at Men's Work Pants $ Made of good grade cottonade and will give long service. Boys' Overalls -«• > 59 ea. •^•^ Batiste 39cyd. Dimity 35c yd. Pique 39cyd. Voile, plain 20c yd. Voile, fancy 35c yd. Shantung Rayon Chiffon Printed, 89c yd. Flat Crepe, $1.00 yd. Rayon Pique, 79c yd, Broadcloth 1 Plain or Printed Yunl For Economy's SaJte, Come to Grant's WT. GRANT CQ 25 f SOl and $l°° Department }\. 11 o \v r o t; \ 1412 llth Ave., Altoooa

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