The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 31, 1936 · Page 5
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Bakersfield, California
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Monday, August 31, 1936
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THE UAKBKSFIKLD CAMPORNIAN, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 193G COMMUNITY NEW - ' 'KERN ' BRIDAL "Wasco Woman Is Honoi'cd at Women's Council Fclc ' Held at McFarlaml Arvin Happenings of Note (Special to The Callforn<an) MoFARLAND, Aug. 31. — Mrs. Winfleld O. Boardman of. -AVasco was tho honored guest at a bridal shower given by members of the Woman's Council Thursday afternoon at the social hall of tho Community Methodist Church. Hostesses for the occasion Included Mrs. ' ^'William Adams and Mrs. Clarence Hodgers. Proceeding tho shower and social time Mrs. F. E. Trask, president of tho council, presided at a short business session, at which plans for holding the annual rummage salo wore dlHuussod, Tho ways and means committee, headed by Mrs. Dolly Ratekln, will be In charge. A dellnlto date for the salo will bo announced soon. Announcement was mado that tho next regular meeting which is scheduled for Thursday, September 24, will be held at tho homo ot Mrs. C. L. natekln, vice-president of tho council. Following a social afternoon the presentation of the shower gifts was made by Mrs. Trask. An attractive sotting had been or" ranged by tho hostesses In charge. i Large floor baskets of dahlias, zen- ! nlas and fern were placed about tho room. Refreshments were served by -» Mesdanics Adams and Hodgers. Others who attended with the honored guest, Mrs. Bc:;rdnmn, were: Mosdames C. L. Rutekln, Dolly Rat- ekln, A. .1. Peterson, Clifford Ford, O. O. Barnett, Idns Lcssley, Jr., Don Burroughs, F. B. Trask, Todd Garrett, Cecil Bowman, M. Y. Cavanagh, Myrtle Nuenfeldt, Clayton Elston, Ruth Heffncr, Huntley Webb, J. R. Richards and Miss Roberta Heffner. ARVIN, Aug. 31—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rexroth and son Paul visited with Mr, and Mrs, Carl duslaf- son of Wilmington last Bunday and Monday. Mrs. II. K. David and sons Morlo and Francis spent last week In the south. While there they went to Cain Una island, Ventura and Santa Barbara. Mrs. J. E. Saint Is In Mercy Hospital undergoing treatment. She is reported as improved. W. O. Hoko motored to Raisin City Friday to bring Mrs. Hoko and non back with him before tho opening of school. Mrs. 15. O. Mitchell and family are vacationing at Long Beach. They expect to return just in tlmo for the opening of school. Phil Krauter is tho new clerk In the Arvln store. Ho Is relieving tho regular staff as they take tholr vacations. K, E. Moore has been transferred from Die, highway division horo nt Arvln to tho Bakersflcld area. They plan to movu to Bakersflcld next week. Mrs. Kunlco Stout has Just completed a four-room cottage on the rear of her property which sho will rent. The E. R. Rodgers have moved Into the property they recently purchased from Bob Stockton. The house, which was formerly known as tho Peay rooming house, was completely remodeled Into an attractive home. • Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nance are erecting a new homo Just south of the T. D. Downs residence. Ladles of tho Arvln Farm Homo Department mot for a social afternoon Friday with Mrs. C. C. Yaussy. The afternoon was spont In recount- Ing vacation experiences, after Which refreshments were served by the hostess. Those present were: Mesdames O. C. Yaussy. II. C. Yaussy, H. A. Krauter, S. Carson. Keith Mitchell, Carl Portman, Herman Rexroth, John Earnest. H. E. David, Clarence Russell and M. R. Llnscott. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thayer returned Monday from a 12-day motor trip to northern California and southern Oregon. ' Mrs. Harry Wilson returned home Monday from a trip to Seattle, AVash., where she visited a sister whom she had not seen for 2ti years. The sister, Mrs. J. Tt. Hartford of North Dakota, was In Seattle for a COMBINATION SPECIAL AT McMAHAN'S New EASYIRDNER MODEL 25 EASY IHONER A qualify ironer with latest features CLOTHES HAMPER BOTH at the low combination price of only 5495 This new EASY Ironer—finished in glistening white Duco, full of features that save time and labor—is a bargain alone at $54.95. But for good measure we add a big, convenient clothes hamper — a regular $3.50 value — at no extra cost. iyr . IVOW! in white Duco wifh trim. Adequately ventilated. Largo and roomy— Wxl7"*25' r . Hinged, (1st fop. quantity is limited — this offer cannot be repeated after our initial stock is sold. $3.50 Down, $3.50 Monthly McMAHAN'S Eighteenth and H vlHlt. Mra. WIlHon nlHo vlsltm! her Hlslcr. Mrs. C. A. Komsliid of Seattlo, mil brother, Curl Urlcknon of Port- nnd. Shu was accompanied on her trip by licr (laughter, MI-H. \V. 8. Kin- KliiBci 1 , HIM! 'Hon (lury and Mrs. Hill Uoavora, who vlHltrd In Svattlo. Mrs. Kciivprs 1 slHtcr, Mra, Burns, returned with her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Mnscotl and sona Dean and Bon returned Monday from a month's vacation pasned in tho lake country near Bishop. lHS Helen AVlloon returned thin week from a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs, Genn Lewis, who was vacationing tit Balance Rock. Harry Wilson it) passing this week at his sister's home o.t BnUonwIHow. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Spin-lock, accompanied by their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Spin-lock and Imby, nro spending several ditys at Santa Cruz visiting with Bill Spur- lonk. MI-H. Harry Mills and two children of Scottsbluff, Neb., are visiting for a few weeks with Mrs. Mills' ulster, Mrs. Ray Knowlos. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Shearer, Miss Helen Shearer and Mrs. Donald Alex- under and buby are enjoying a month's vacation at Kedondo Beach. Mr. and Mrs. TT. H, Brand and son Leland left Tucsdny for a two weeks' trip to Yaklma. Wash., where they will visit Airs. Brand's mother and slHtcrs. A camplnff trip to Sequoia National Park from Monday to Thursday of last week was cnlo'-cd hy a party composed of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Yaussy, Mr. and Mrs. IT. A. Krauter and Lois, Alary, Betty and Dorothy. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Russell and Mrs. Hussell's father, A. Cain, spent lost week at the const. They were at San Luis Oblspo, Morro Bay, IMsmo and Avlln. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Yaussy entertained company from the east ,Sat- urdny nnd Sunday. Their Kuests were Heverend Bdwanl Bockstnhler end daughter Corn, and Miss Theo- fiosla Harris oC Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. Robert Tucker has left for Davis where he will take up his duties at the, collepe. Loron Yaussy leaves noxt Tijesd for the stain fair at Sacramento where he will have charge of the •4-IT Club stock. An enjoyable deep sea fishing party at Avlln was participated In by a large party of Arvln folk a week (igo. Those who went were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Yaussy, Mrs. Dora Lust, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Ytiussv. Loreu and Helen; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Portman and son .John Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Krauter, Klcnnor Frederick. Lois, nienn and John forest and Kddle Xefr, I.elaiu Brand and Hulet Combs. A group of friends called on Mips Beatrice Bishop and Mrs. Kdith Holt at Keene Thursdav. They were Mrs If. A. Krauter. Miss Kleanor Kriiu ter. Miss Lucille Smith of Bakers field, K. O. Mltclifll and Mrs. Ken noth Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs./Arthur Newinarkle entertained at dinner WedneTsda% evening Mr. and Mrs. IT. C. i'aussy Mr. and Mrs. A. A.-Xcff and Mr. ani. Mrs. Charles Roxrotb of Knkernfleld. Mr. and Mrs. AV. .1. Welch and daughter. Mrs. C. AV. Hu.uner, spent last Sunday at Pasadena. The occasion was Mr. AVclch's birthdnv and the day was passed visiting with old friends there. Mojave Youth to Enter University MO.IAVE, Aug. 31.—.lack Me- Janlels, son of Mr. and MI-H. Kd HeDanlels ot Cameron who IIIIH icon upending the summer n.l the, 'amlly ranch at Arlmo, Idaho left his week for Columbia, Mo., where 10 will enter the slate university for ho full semester. Mr. MclJanlels Is a post-graduate of the class of Itl.lfl it the Tnhachapl Valley Union High School and will major In civil engl- leering. Ho will bo Iho guest of his aunt, Mrs. Ada M. UlltoU, who IB load librarian In the extension department of the Columbia University. Miss Kmma Olbbs, sister ot Mm. McDaniels who hn« been the house guest at Iho MoDnntel homo at 'iimoron for the past six weeks led on .Sunday for Sturgeon Hay, AVIs., where she will resume her duties as eachor nt the Sturgeon Hay High School. During her visit here many points of Interest, have been visited including a motor trip to Oregon. CALIENTE CALIBNTK. Aug. 31. — Oeorge Everett and wife, motored to tho Pluto mountain top this week, Oliver Johnson, of tho mercantile establishment here, was a business visitor at Bakersfleld this week. Mrs. AValter Hidalgo, wife of tho Southern Pacific track foreman here, had to be hurried to the Te- httchapl Hospital because of sudden illness and is now progressing nicely. Robert Sweeney, assistant to 13. C. Morrison of the, new rail lino west of Caliento, was at homo at Berkeley and Oakland with his folks a few days this week. After three months on the mil construction work, John AV. Aubry left Thursday night for his home at Berkeley, for attendance at University of California Monday. Because of his wife's illness Dale AV. Murdock took her and tho family back to their homo at Colton for medical attention and climate change. Mr. Murdock Is connected with the Morrison Ivnudsen Contracting Company. Willis K. Scott is moving, with his family, to Tehachapl, where he has accepted assignment as evening agent and telegrapher with the. Southern Pacific, leaving a similar position here. PANAMA Getting Up Nights If you suffer from Getting Up Nlchti. Kervousne»s, Leg Pains, Swollen JolnUL Dizziness, Headaches, Loss of Pop, Burning. Smartlnu, Itching Acidity auo 19 functional Kidney or Bladder troubles, Jry tho Doctor'n Ruaranteed proscription Cystex (SlHB-tex). Must bring new vitality In IS Hours, and satisfy completely In f *»ys or money back. Guaranteed Cyit enly 3Q ft w ' PANAMA. Aug. 31.—Katherlno Durfee of Plsmo was a recent visitor at tho borne of Klsie Oredig. Mr. and Mrs. Orvul Llndsey are the proud parents of a baby boy. His name Is Orval Irving. Juanita Stiles has spent her vacation In Los Angeles and^Vlclnlty. The week end guests at the homo of Mr. and Airs. i)lclc Kpp were Mr. and Mrs. T. Voth, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kroker and children, Mrs. David Berg and daughter Dalu and Mrs. Mary L'nruh from Shatter. Mr. ar-d Mrs. S. W. Eborlo are vacationing in northern California. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sanders and two sons, Leroy and Clarence, spent Hie week end at Sugar Loaf. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. MclCunn.a spent a few days at Pismo recently. Mr. Dick ICpp and son Raymond recently spent a w«ek end at San I Hego. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kbcrlo and son Harry. Mr. and Mrs. P. (!. linn- dull, -Mr. and Mrs. Hay Hiiiilh and Mrs. Mary Kalln and Mrs. Ilanna Stlkker spont Sunday at Oropiihorn. Delano Residents in News ICLANl). AUK. IM.—Two new baby boys iirrlved at tho hospital on | August ~7. Olio was burn to Mr. mill Mrs. Joseph Alexander of Me- Fnrland niul the other to Mr. and Mrs. l'\ 1,. Aroy. Mrs. Alexander will be remembered as Miss lluby Hhlfflet before her marriage. Mrs. Wtlford M. Carpenter, accompanied hy her daughters Dorothy and Hiirbnra. are enjoying a vacation at Long Beach. Little Chin-lone Lacy of Krosno Is here for a visit of several wcelis with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnles Ulrurd. Mrs. Ben C.-Shearer spent Friday In Bakersfleld visit Ing with her daughter, Mrs. Curl Montgomery nnd family, and was accompanied homo by her Kranddaughlcrs, Martha, .lean and Curia Mae Montgomery, who will visit her for several days. D. White and Alexander Byrne have returned from n business trip to Los Angeles. Miss Oenevlcvo Schaclle has accepted a position with a local drug firm. A. S. Colo and Peter HoBtatn were recent visitors In Ulennvllle, where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mm. William Cantelborry. ,f. 1). Hooper has returned from a business trip of several days In LOH Angeles. Mlsn Anna Hutlodge, local teacher, has returned from a motor trip during which she visited the Grand Canyon, Utah, Phoenix, Ariz., Nevada ixiid Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Buswell and daughter Barbara have returned from a trip to LOH Angeles and Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. J. Colquhoun of .St. Petersburg, J-'la., who have heen RUCHta of Mr. and Mrs. 10. O. •Washington, have gone to San Francisco for a visit before returning to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart havo returned from un enjoyable vacation of several weeks in northern California and southern Oregon. Mrs. ,T. O. James, her daughters A'era and TSlsIo and sons Avcry and David havo returned from a trip to San Pedro and Los Angeles where they visited with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. AVtlllti A. Cloodell and their (laughter Helen were recent visitors at Springvllle, the guestw ot rein lives. Charles Hart transacted business at Portervllle on Monday. Miss Vera James, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. J. O. James, was a county sent business visitor on Monday. A. Perelll-Mlnettl and his son Willlam arc attending the second annual meeting of the California Wine Institute at San Francisco. Two new members were initiated into the Ladles' Auxiliary of Delano Post. Veterans of Foreign AVars, on Monday night at tho Bugaboo Cootl- ettc Club, at Hanfprd. They were Mosdamos Mary ' Kdglngton and (.race St. Clalr. Carl Greene was initiated Into the pout. . Homild Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunn has entered upon his Junior year at the University of California at Hcrkeloy and has been assigned sports reporter for his class on the CalH'oriilun, college paper. Mr, and Mrs. Ivan Bays, their children Kugene and Jimmy and daughter lOlloulso havo returned to their country homo southeast of town from Camp Sierra where they spent several weeks' vacation. Father Arthur A. Benolt of Manitoba, Canada, former paster of SI. Mury's Calhollo Church, visited with friends here this week, while on his Way to I,os Angeles for a visit with his sisters. Mrs. Dick Adams has returned to her homo here after several weeks In a Los Angeles hospital. H. Xopf IUIH gone to I/ON A>i«, lex, Where he bus secured employment. Mrs. Harold Olson, her nous Dunne And Uale and daughter Irmajcan returned home Thursday night from Felton where they spent the summer at their summer home. Mr. Olson motored up to accompany them home. Mrs. Georgn Frey and her daughter. Miss Martha Frey. have returned from a. visit In Chicago where they attended the wedding of their (laughter and sister, Miss Lois Kirk, and In Kansas where they visited with sisters of Mrs. Frey and their " LONG HOLIDAY AHEAD WOODY GLENNVILLE ,8, OLI2NNVILLK, Aug. .11.—Aunt Nettle Boen Is spending several days Damping at Falrvlew us the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Lulu Frazler. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman and Mrs. Bee Philips visited friends at AVhlto river Thursday. ciuests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Xeller and family Thurs.lay evening were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pascoe nnd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tomelnson and son Bobbie of Exeter are. visiting at the homo of Mr and Airs. Henry Seeley. Mr. and Mrs. Uenlun Martin and family wero Bakorsfleld visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dlgler of Bakersfleld are . spending several days at their mountain homo here. Marvin Maddux and AV111 Xeller were Bakorsfleld visitors. Delano Townsend Club Holds Meet UULANO, AUK. ;U,~M]-H. J. Wntn of Bakcrsfleld, WIIH tlu> giii'St spenki'i- nt the. meeting of Di'lann Nn. I Townsend Club on Friday nlKht when It met In the social hall of Iho Community Methodist Church. Mrs. \Vnrc WIIH Introduced liy O.'lvlil M. Conrad, rhib president, and spoke nt length oC Hie national convention of Old Afj" I Involving Pensions, which wns held recently at Cleveland, Ohio. Khn liiM of llm organisation of the conveiillon, of the various speakers, and tho subject matter of their speeches, and many other Interest- Ing Items about. thi> convontlon. Mrs. Wuro accompanied by Mr. \Varo attended tin, convention. A group of four from the Itnkorsfleld club lie- compnnled Mrs. AVaro here. SURPRISE PARIY WASCO \VAHCO. Aug. ,11.—.). U. U'lnn ami daughter Audra AVInn and grandson Bobby Tremain, who has spont tho past month In Wase.o with his grandparents, loft Wednesday for Los Angeles. Audra will rnmafn for two weeks with her sister and family, Mrs. Paul Trcinaln. Mr. AVImi will return Monday and Mrs. \Vlnn will go south for several days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Holster enjoyed iv reeont vacation at Laguna Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Beekos are in Los Angeles and Bollflower for a visit at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brandt. Their granddaughter, who IIIIH been visiting hero, returned with thorn to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Starr and baby have returned from a visit and month's vacation In Washington and Oregon. Mrs. Silas AVrlght and daughter Betty Lou returned this woolt from two weeks spant In Oakland and Hlchland. They also enjoyed a trip to Russian River while awny. The L. A. Grant family havo returned from Grouse Meadows where they passed most of tho summer, J. IT. McMlllon Intfl returned from an extensive trip through northern California, Oregon and Washington and Into Canada whom ho passed several wooks In company with i\ friend, Harry Parks of LOH Angeles. Mrs. J. K. Rcfijjn I'fonoroc at Fcto ArrniiHfHl by Mnny Friends Recently i&tirnlnl to Tl\n (lallfurnlnnl Mel.'ARLANU, Aug. 31. —Mrs. J. IT. 1 legan was pleasantly surprised Friday noon when a group of .her friends gathered at her home to help her celebrate her birthday anniversary. A. delightful plcnlo luncheon was spread on a long banquet table formed by placing card tables together under the. lovely shade treoti which surround the spacious lawn at the Ucgan home. Games were the diversion of tho afternoon. Feting Mrs. Regan wero: Mesdamos R. Kern, J. IS. I rollings- worth, William Adamn, Clarence RodgerH, Todd Garrntt, Paul Lindley, Joseph Schneider. Frank Oar•/.oil, William ICIchonhofer, M. J. Dyer, Holph Alexander, John Mae- him iiml lOlmor 1C. Lobre. Mr. Regan and John and Btllle Regan also enjoyed tho lunnheon and assisted with serving. Thoy also took several kodak pictures of tho group. During tho afternoon Batty Ann Hlchcnhofor and her little brother, Howard, wero also guests. Bridge Club Party Held at Residence MO.IAV7, Aug. 31.—Mrs. John Banduccl acted as hostess to the Young Matron's Bridge Club recently at her L. street homo. MlBB Yolo Rlccomlnl was the substitute. At thn closo of play high award* went to Mrs. Charles Kennedy and Miss Rlccomlnt. Participants In the evenlnur of play wore: Mesdamtm William Harder, M. H. McDonoUgh, Paul Phillips, Charles Kennedy, George Wright, AValtor Oallowat, Miss Tol« Rlccomlnl and the, hostess, Mrs. Banduccl. Light rofreshmontn served. W SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUKSDAY AVEDNESIMT TIP 28.70 10.70 Look at that string of holidays coming up! The highways will be jammed with cars—everybody leaving and coming back at the same time. Why not take the train and avoid all the strain of bucking traffic? Let the engineer drive you for a change. (Remember, children under 5 ride free; from 5 to 11 inclusive, half fare.) Comfb- Tourist To RtuaJlrib SAN FRANCISCO and back ... LOS ANGELliS and back .... PORTLAND and back "•OAKLAND and back Simitar fares to all faints. Coach-tourist fares are good in coaches and chair cars, also in tourist sleeping cars (plus berth). Fares good in standard Pullmans are a little higher. Leave any day. Liberal return limit. *Nalis'e Sous and Daughters Celebration, Oakland, Sept. 6-9. STATE FAIR, SACRAMENTO Special low excursion fare. Leave »ny day from Sept. 5 to 14. Return limit 3 days. doot! in coaches and tourist sleeping cart. (Low fares in standard Pullmani, too.) WOODY, Aug. ill.—M. \. Brunk, who haw been In Bakersfleld Inking treatments for a wrenched back, Is again at home much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pascoo of Kernvllle were overnight guests at tho Dooley ranch AVednesday. Ward AA'oody has returned from Los Angeles where lie has been recuperating from a recent Illness. K. J. \\Vrlngpr was a business vis- ilor in Bakersfleld AVednendiiy. Miss Danna Moore has returned from a stay with friends on Greenhorn. Mrs. Lillian AVeller and son Henry were visiting in Bakersflcld and Me! KHrlaud Thursday. AVayne Stephens is spending this week with his grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. AV. .1. Stephens. Mrs. Mary Lewis Is a guest In the home of Mrs. Lillian Weller for a few davs. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Prewett took n short motor trip recently, leaving on Thursday and returning Mondnv. They also visited at Palclnes and also the San Benlto county horse show. They were accompanied on the trip by Ray Maltbv. Lois and (Jerry Tngorsoll are visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Robinson in Kernvllle. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Mattby returned AVednesday from a trip to Livingstone, Martinez and San Kranclseo. AA'lth them on the trip home wore Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jacobsen. Mrs. T. M. Nash weighed entile nnd shipped them to Los Angeles on Thursdav. Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Molina havo returned to dispose of their remaining stock before leaving for the north where they vlll reside pernm- nently. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brown and small niece vldted with the H. II. Bohna family Thursday. During the absence of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Mallby, Mrs. Agnes Smith and children, .lack. .June :uul Alonzo have been occupying the Mallby i bouse. ) Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trout moved 1 don n to their nil field service station . Saturday. The upper station will eniillnii" to run under new manaire- ! ment. and Back $^20 6 Southern Pacific 0. N. SHACKELFORD, Traveling Passenger Agent H. D. JOHNSTON, Agent. Phone 2800 P ARDON US, folks, but, if you'll hold a Double-Mellow Old Gold to your ear and roll it between your fingers, you can actually LISTEN to its factory-freshness. You'll hear no crackle of stale tobacco. Just the silken swish of prize crop leaf, in the very pink of smoking condition. Thanks to that double Cellophane wrapping, protecting every Old Gold package. But don't stop with the "Listen Test"! Light a "Double-Mellow" and get the thrill of that wonderful double-mellow flavor. If you don't say, after trying half a pack, it's the finest cigarette you ever tasted, mail us the remaining ten smokes and get double your money back ... plus postage. (Established 1760) P. S. . . . Yes, indeed! Double Your Monty Back if you're not pleased. Offer still open, for 30 days from todty. INDIGESTION doesrit live here anymore" t take 1 Carter'i Little Liver Pill before and 1 aftrr and Kft relief. QC.M.Co. Outer lock.t of Cellophane opont from the bottom CwrUHt. Itil. l» r. Urfllud <','.. Inner (acker of Cellophane openi from the top Cash for Old Gold Do Not Sell to Strangers Wickersham Co. Nineteenth and "Eye" Streets 2 jackets. Double Cellophane, keep them FACTORY-FRESH PRIZE CROP TOBACCOS make them DOUBLE-MELLOW

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