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SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1939 CONVENT, AND Single Day Conference Is Planned Hobby Show Will Be OpenatY.W.C.A. From March 23-25 Convention and hobby show week come to Mason City simultaneously with a dash of junior class play and business girls banquet on the side. The North Central district P T A. conference will be conducted Fiidaym Mason City at the Mon- loe school m connection with the teachers convention scheduled for here r Frida y an d Saturday Convention Speakers . Dr. Earl E. Harper, director of the school of fine arts, University of Iowa, Mrs. C. C. Collester, state president of the Iowa Con- f^f n T Parenfs and Teachers and Dr. James Marshall, Australia naturalist, will be the speakers Luncheon will be served at the First Presbyterian church at 12 o clock and Mrs. Irvin Bepp is in charge of reservations. Exhibits at Y. W. C. A. Hobby exhibits will be open fo public inspection Thursday Fri day and Saturday at the Y 'w C A. where girls will enter thei hobbies in the fifth annual show Registration will be Tuesday from 3 to 5 o clock and judging will be on Wednesday. The show is being held during this week so tha convention visitors may have an opportunity to see the "exhibits Junior high school students wil present their class play "I'l "^w 1 ! fo You '" by Noe1 ' Coward Wednesday evening in the high school auditorium. Members of the Business Girls MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTR Weds at Hampton ---..«wv. ia ^ UIU Business twirls League are preparing for their nationwide business girls observance Tuesday evening at 6-15 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. with the Rev. Roy C. Helfenstein DS speaker. Talks'Given at Birthday Party at Y. American Legion Members Honored in Twentieth Year · The American Legion Auxiliary entertained members of the Legion post at dinner Friday evening at the Y. W. C. A. in observance of the twentieth birthday of the Legion. Speakers of the evening Mrs. J. E. McDonald and 6'"j" Wai-dwell of Worthwood. Mrs." Wardwell who is fourth district chairman for Boys State, spoke on the plan of Boys State. He explained the value of the project through which boys are p-lif- for leadersn iP- Mason 5-ity is allotted 10 boys who will be sent by the Legion, Auxiliary and other organizations. Mrs. McDonald discussed the report of Mrs. Margaret Hunder- ^Vi"» *e area B ' coherence on lenabilitation which was held in Milwaukee in January. She dis cussed the veterans facilities there ana in particular the hobby shops ^- J* Sheldon, president nf the Auxiliary, presented a birth! day cake to Frank Bieth, com- TMj nd *r. °* *? Legion. Miss Florence Steenhard of Hampton was married to Simon G. Maise on March 16 at the Zion Reform parsonage at Hampton by the Rev. Job an bchmidt. They were attended by the bride's cousin, Jennie Steenhard, and Engelard Steenhard, the bride's brother. The couple will live in Latimer. (Photo by Russell.) Mrs. Bird Gives Talk at Session Women of the Moose Hear Discussion on Social Service Social service was the subject of a talk given by Mrs. L G Bird at the meeting of the women of Hobby Is Held at Jefferson Mrs. Fred Heddens Gives Talk About Value of Hobbies J fi er ?° n P ' T - A - held its annual hobby show Friday evening at the school with Mrs. Fred Heddens os the speaker of the evening. Mrs. Heddens with her son, jank, spoke about some of their hobbies. She had a display of old glass pitchers and other antique articles. Mrs. Heddens urged persons who do not have a hobby to develop one, not only for the Pleasure they derive from it at the wme, but for the pleasure it will bring m years to come. Hobbies on Exhibit There were more than 200 hobbies on exhibit in the school gymnasium, classified as creative O r collecfive hobbies. The aclive hobby contest was held in the au- included tap dancing, piano play^ ing, violin, snare drum and sing- In the tap dance group were Patty Ann Grippen, kindergarten Phyllis Smith, Gene and Joan Sherman and Jane Bublitz, second grade, and Dick Alexander, fifth On Piano Group The piano class included Juline Adelsman of the first grade who Played "Gentle Night," Marjor e I/rsw. fourth gradl. "The Hunt- TMYSHOWNE^ FILLS COLUMNS. .- _Tf IT « rf» 9 -nr-«. _ ' ~ -- -- .. Bird Life In Bath Today's Popular Design by Carol Aimes t5iJS*}STiI 1 1 1 -- r-- Ch i, £,1 if March , of the . p Ste P March," fifth g r a d e Royal Guards," at MRS. B. J. CARDEY HOSTESS AT PARTY Mrs. B. J. Cardey, 107 Thir teenth street northeast enter tamed at n birthday dinner FrL day evening in honor of her daughter, Myrtle. St. Patrick's coi ° socn - c spent playing games with Moose hall. Mrs. Bird is chairman of the local social service committee and , said that social service and social e oyal Guards," Dorothy Geer, fifth grade "Edelweiss Glide," Patsy Ann " , Old Mill ob John' and ---- _-_ Boy Scout Charter Is Presented Roosevej t-Jackson P. T. A. Hears Talk by Supt. R. B. Irons Roosevelt-Jackson P. T. A. meeting- Friday at the Roosevelt school was opened by the president, Mrs Lee Frost, who introduced the district commissioner of Boy bcouts, J. H. McWaters. Mr. McWaters talked on the duties of the group which sponsors a troop The charter was presented to Mrs. Frost who gave it to Merlin wcuowan, troop chairman. Mr. McGowan introduced his committee Elmer Ziegler, Lee Frost, Emil J o h a n n s e n and Ernest F . laru P- The committee was charged with its duties by Mr. McWaters Scout troop No. 12 was Scented and sang "Our Boys Will Shine Tonight." Musical Numbers A group of Miss Ruth Wilson's ,,,=,,, .··,, sang ., Calm as the SS? : r^^ ly made. Even the dfsi«nfr is n-oud "^ · o « a s s V1I 5 S - Very ^ ck - °nsn'u e t^^f' SUtCh lrd «1 W^ 1 TM?^? ^ d£S transt ^ i l l a l l U t t l O n S i ny% 1""''»·-"· I' - - - · * *«irvn. J P/j «..*-.^i t A-wruu---10 be stta^raE^TM. Design No. 624. W^nen ^rdTring - * * u with the synonymous terms Women of the Moose --·-- ·» uiiicii ui. lilt; who consider true social service work that which brings security to the individual, the family and the community involved Children and Affed The Moose fraternity's whole Piogram of conservation of childhood expressed throughout the curriculum of its child city, Mooseheart and in the protection w tne aged m the care afforded the elderly members at the city o£ opportunity, Mooshaven, is ,,TM upon this conclusion The Women of the Moose program includes a social service department in each chapter as one of the ten major committees of its development program is like- ·£ r? on th ' s Principle," she 3aid. "The grand recorder,' Miss Catherine Smith, Washington D -., .proposed, instituted and organized a plan of co-operation between organized social agencies ier j f ® rM . oose fraternity before office of the Women of the^Io^l! Alter inaugurating and organizing his co-operation with organized ;OCial ap-Anr-Ioc- ,.-T,:^L ».. ,... . Violin selections Averp claved by Howard Stevenson, fifth giade who performed "Melody F? and also "Songs of Yesterday" in a duet number with Charles K rsch 1 " horn s r Donovan Alter, o P la yeJ "Blue Bells violin CALENDAR B. Irons, speaker of the eve mng, stated that the big job i the country is to teach the bo ana girls to recognize the trut He compared the American sys tern of education with that of th totalitarian governments of Eu rope. Mi-. Irons stresed the fact tha children of this country may g HL a i 'j n * SinS ^cated as thf '"·» ind pointed out that much, ha ---., done to improve the course of study in the last 20 years? "W have tried to believe that ther are individual differences and w Plans for Wedding New Buildings e x P ! . ained the courses o ,,~ . Sing-in? Section ? |S!S;r^i?;S",r 8 I55f?r*3£ Sherman, Mr. and" Mr^'R' F" ?±! eltz , e /' Mr- awl Mrs.'j r s today Miss Smith became grand recorder of the Women oE the Moose and at the 1927 annual conference at Philadelohia rec- t social ^rvice be raajor committees Social Service S T' ice from tiiat "'me has been stressed by the ° Ugh which the Mai' S^T 3 '' · l ! le Asses'" Edna Alae and Marjone Crowder Miss Cardey received a number of Mr r- U t ^° E t0 , Wn S 1 "^ 3 ^ Mii. Grandy of Nora Springs and the Misses Crowder of Brift. XOXPARIEL CW^ HAS MEETING Members of the Konpariel Mrs. hieh P z s. Harry Adams and Lewis Miller. Gifts were ^"^'3 U C I G .. "" «utn me local -r-rs could sen-e their homes and community in the best inter est of their ultimate welfare ivery chapter's social S e^ ommittee is urged by the m jonal office to make a^urvey of ource ' C ° Un n y Snd stnte TM- way possible a n d t o u=e fh" c! P nr mg house in the handling -- and Miss Irene Swediund.' dent of C r r ' 5 p o n e e r ueni ot Ceri-o Gordo county f f ^ The Misses Irene Foswev Pennsylvania avenue f 318 Mason MONDAY B. P. Kensington-1:15 o'clock, Mrs. C. G Viall 1223 Third street northwest, ' Monday Bridge cluh 2 o'clock, Eadmar hotel, Mrs. J H. Met wen. hostess. T«-entieth Century club Mrs. L. S. Sanders, 327 Maryland avenue southeast, Mrs D -H iitzpatrick, current events Mrs. John Senneff/lesson ' Occident club-Mrs. E. D. Austin, 732 Monroe avenue northwest, Mrs. L J Mrahan, lesson, "Cuttings from Modern Plays." Monday club-Mrs. W H. Halhorn. 654 East fatate street, lesson, Mrs. J. E Blythe, Mrs. J. Lee Lewi's IVJaria Mitchell club Mrs. Rob Roy Cerncy, 511 Washington avenue northwest lesson, Mrs. R. B. Irons, Mis Lydia Barrettc. T. A. E. club- Mrs. J. o. GilberUon, 330 Jefferson avenue northwest, lesson Mrs H. E. Jennings, "I Found No Peace." Chautauqua club-Mrs. George Senior, 321 Eighth street northwest, Mrs. H. A r - A. Gilmore. McKmlcy Parent Education Ero up '.'30 o clock, school. Moose lodge-8 o'clock, Moos'e hall WEDNESDAY East Fark club-1 o'clock, Jefferson amber room Mrs. W. H. Mahlsiadt, hostess Trinity Highland Park circle-1:30 o'clock, Mrs. O. Bailey, 912 Fifteenth place northeast. Fortnightly cln Social lunch wa.s served'.'" The~ ne-t meeting will be with Mrs. Harry Adams, Central Heights . S ORCHESTRA PRACTICE TUESDAY Ci^ 1 w PracU ' CC Ume o£ tte Maso City Women's orchestra has bee advanced from Wednesday ' |AII Our Work Guoronfeed GOOD WORK at LOWER COST Mason City Laundry Co. IPHONE 738 p^x^ r sd!r so "on dot CrJPPled ""i^renf S stances w h p - . 1""° ln a " l n ~ HARMONY CLUB HAS LUKCHEOX Harmony club was entertained f » 1 o clock St. Patrick'-; rinx luncheon at the home of ^ City about April 1 from week-end in Des Moines * * s Mrs Charles Grippen, Ppnnt:vM-^^i;« rf * 1015 Third ' nn sylvania Ihild Study club-Y. W. C. A., Mrs. J. A. Gashel program, Mrs. W. M. Perry Mrs R. J. Johnston and Mrs, R E ihompson. Upper Room class-7:30 o'clock, Church of Christ class party, games. \miei club-- ·:30 o ' c l o c k , Congregational church talk by Miss Doris Piper oyce Kilmer club-8 o'clock Miss Loretla Carney, 1 0 Fourteenth street northwest F,' Si ', R , ( J? e Kelsh ' "ostesses. Mrs Emel Wagner. Miss Cora Dor- mcdy, Miss Avis Gregory, Ics- TUESDAY Idl-R's club-1:15 o'clock, Jefferson amber room. O. T. O. club-- ' 2 o'clock, Mrs. Seymour Angel, (04 Van Buren avenue northwest. Matinee arusicale-- Mrs L. S. Sanders, 327 Maryland avenue southeast, Mrs. ^^· Dib ^-^^!w P K Our Saviour's Rebecca circle-2 o clock, Mrs. Joe Factor 440 Twenty-fifth street southwest B. and O. circle-i : jj 0 Tv,' c lS ck ; Mrs - David Olson . i- A , stree t northwest, Mr= -K.. Anderson, assisting. Social Hour club · Mrs. E. S. Bloomfield, Twelfth street northeast. ^-^eiim Trinity Washington circle 434°p 9 C !° C * k Mrs ' L - He t!and «4 First street northeast Cenlral Lutheran guila " Mr^ F°' C l?- Ck MU ChUrCh P^ 1013 ' Mrs F. W. Alborn, Mrs. M. E Carlson, hostesses Woodmen Circle Beryl Grove No, J.OO---- Degree of Honor 8 o'clock. Moose halL THURSDAY Wesley Ladies aid 12 o'clock, Mrs. Wayman Clos- Thursday Bridge club-1 o'clock, Leone McGhee's Tearoom, Mrs. W. A. Westfall, host- Triple T club-1 o'clock. Park l,m, Mrs. W. M Huffman, hostess Mary and Marlha circle 2 o'clock Mrs. Delbert Trailer. -3( Nincteentli street soutlieast Baptist Gildncr division-2 o'clock Mrs. E. y. Nelson. 925 £orth Federal avenue, Mrs. irank Schaffer, hostess. Tnmly Forest Park circle-- --a-- -j^ioois whicli eirG nov process of construction and wil oe completed in August Miss Bertha Jane Ferguson sang two numbers, "I'll Take You Home £^ n4Kathleen :' a »d "When InTM fti-e Smiling," accompani. iss^ Beatrice L'arson. The -----s message was read by Emil Johannsen. Miss Betty strong whistled "Star Dust' 'Umbrella Man" and Mrs -vu^ell Currier gave three read- J? 85 '. Boy or Girl" by Ed»ai uuest, Homes" and "The Build- Leads Singing .. Mrs. J. E. Vesterby announced and led the The business meeting followed the program with Mrs. Lee Frost presiding. The financial report " " Keis- J. E. \ fhp"TM ^ a -',T^ Pfahl er reported the committee lor the summer ren. Mrs H ' th the nominating ed to serve committee. District Sleeting- u| 1 L?5£ d «Ws o s 3MZ: Virgil Ca " - i^SS What is the Chicago^ Tribune contributing to tla cause of temperance at present? Phoenix- Auxiliary No. 25, L A f. M. will sponsor a benefit nrrf party Tuesday afternoon^ °?hc I V m o i- h ? )J at 2 °" e!o ^ with ^ m ?. s - / , Foster Elliott. Gcorse Wendt, G. E. Dunton, George Hu bacher, Oscar Lund and R P .Donaldson as hostesses. Contract' auction and 500 will be played, ' --o-JOLLY BIRTHDAY CLUB HAS PARTY Members of the JoIIv Birthday ciub met with Mrs Wesey Rezab *~ ·*· \v Grity--first street soiitiipp^t' Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock hon' onng Mrs. Earl WestcoU ar ?d Mr a . Maynard Nail. Gifts were rr^^.nonorees'an^ iV. Hall. Baptist .._ T ^ 4- A ?i. ldred ^eedham. 333 Twentieth street southeast Athenian club Mrs. M. ,E. Kelly, 434 Fourth street southeast. Mrs. Gerald West, current events, Mrs. H. G. Weber, lesson. Immanucl Dorcas aid | :30 , °' cl ? ck - church, Mmes. B b. Setterbcrg, Ben Murray, host- enth street southwest. PROGRESSIVE CLUB MEETS AT BAUERS andTMfrs eS .L Ve C ' Ub met ^" ith Mr ' ig for a program which in- '·Benevolence^ 1 Helen and Edr? Clawsen. leader^ White Shrine -6:30 o'clock, Masonic dinner, Mrs. Oscar --.-..^., JtJl a. wfcutir Larson cnairman. stated meeting election of officers at 7:30 o'clock. Pohcc Auxiliary-- _.. 172 ® yirginia avenue Clio club-Mrs. Harry Page, lla Connecticut avenue southeast, Mrs. G. O ijOUId, lesson Wilson Parent Education group- Mrs. Marvin Wiegman, 186 Crescent drive, Mrs. Carl Hol- rnen, chairman, Mrs. H. o. Stor- vick, lesson. St. James Friendship society 327 Second Street Southwest TM^«??.S? m s«^' u ??''f BROWN Emmert. church parlors, talk by Erdix Swift, committee, Messrs. and Mmes. E. Bublitz. H. Frenz. mmanucl W. M. S. 8 o'clock Mrs. 6lof Olson, 508 TwcnUeth s t r e e t southeast, Mmes. Harold Allen, Paul Gustafson, Oscar O'Grcen, assisting ^Vorkcrs group 50-- rlock, Airs. Sara Crau-- r- J" 1 .' 3 - 12 Tenth street northeast G. I. A. (o B. of L. E.-2:30 o'clock, Moose hall. Energetic class Congregational church Monroe-Washington Parent Education grroup-- 7:30 o'clock, school, membership contest party Owcso club-7:30 o'clock, Mrs. L. C. Schmidt, an Adams avenue northwest Immanucl Luther league 8 o'clock, church, Ellen Newburg, Melford Newburg, Anna Mane and John Nelson Lincoln P. T. A ^Canceled. Women's Labor bureau-8 o'clock, Labor hall. K. N. A.-B o'clock. Moose hall FRIDAY Methodist Ladies Division i-1 o'clock, church, luncheon. Our Saviour s Dorcas circle-2 o'clock. Mrs. E. R. Nesi Twenty-eighth street blunder, Mrs.' Urs -. John Rice and Mr" FrosT e iosp,tality. There were 85 pres- --o-- RebekaK Convention Will Be Conducted April 11 in Nashua Queen Rebekah lodge No WB met Friday night in the I. O 'o F ,,*" Wlfh Miss Marjorie Jones noble grand presiding Plans were made to attend the northern district Rebekah convention at Nashua on April I] mon drap '" g of thc charter cere- Queen Lodge and thole' "tnkinn part included Mesdames G E lJuntnn, Iiivin Repp, R. E kol- wmska and C. W. Seidell Announcemeni was made that candidates would be initiated on Apnl . a n d the F. and J. commit- !ee will serve. Mr. and Mrs. John F.' Rouse of Ayrshire announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Margie of Mason City '*9 -Franz W. Aldinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Aldinger of A exander. The wedding will take place March 26 at the Methodist Episcopal church in Ayrsliire. Miss Rouse is a graduate of Hamilton's Business college and has been employed at Beck Brothers company for the past three years. The couple will live in Alexander where Mr. Aldinger is in business. (Photo by Clay) 7th Graders Stage Play at Meeting "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney" Will Be Next Production "Winning Ways," a one act play ivas presented by a group of seventh grade students from Lincol ,chool at the meeting of the Ma Jon City Little Theater Friday !venmg in the P. G. E. audi- _ The cast and the director Mi« ranees Rae Collins, drew , applause from the audience. In the cast were Susan Grimsley, Catherine Pauley, Shirley Leaman. Renee Reed and Maxine Sutherland "ie business session was de- d to a discussion of auditori- ^ available for Little- Theater ""S.u E ' TE - Hunt er spoke brieflj, The Last of Mrs. Chevnev' : third T.i*t!= T^»"_ y e , 5 2nd Graders on Program at Meeting Wilson Parents Hear Talk on Family Life by Mrs. Peterson A program was furnished lot the Wilson P. T. A. Friday afternoon by Miss Esther Deareh's second grade pupils. The class sang "The Fisbermans Song" and a poem, "The King's Breakfast" was recited by Mary Strickland, A group of three poems about mice were given by Barbara Murray, Hamlin Barlow, and Malcolm Powell and three poems about fames were given by Rosalie Morvick, Lora Lee Fugh and Joan utzgerald. Alonzo Moe played he piano solo "A Little Spring Song and "Camp Winsome" was played by Mary Ann Elder. The Cheesman trio consisting Irlene 5 ' H ' Cheesman P/ano, ''ayed'"Melody Du Coeur'" "Mill- uet m G," and "Forgotten." Family Is First The guest speaker was Mrs W., A. Peterson whose topic was "The Family A Factor in the Comrnu! mty." She said the family always omes first as it is the heart It imty. Parents should children the dignity of howliC; -? cour ?g e co-operation, now them how to enjoy the · ' md of good time and teach ·ill toward othors. Parents Irt cr ze anyone before a. riud of your child e ren C ° mmUnity Mrs. Peterson said that we all dn p «* era Children and if we do not discover It before they play this he third Little Theater vnieh will be presented pring under her direction. Ihe play which is an excellen le has a good plot and amusing "f , Casting will be done the -ist of the week, with try-outs on unday afternoon at S^clock nd Monday evening at clock at the Y. W. C. A. The laybooks are at the library r^-r^^P 0 '"^ out that Mis. Cheyney" had AET1' IS HELD OR MARGIE ROUSE Humphrey, assisted by the C class, entertained at a bath and" r-ir P £ l V h ° Wer h °"° l TM£ Miss largie Rouse, a bride-to-be Fri ftV OtTAT-l^vm _ 1 i . _ _ -- * * . * ! Jme, D^i Adams avenue north- est. There were 30 guests and e time was spent i ' larm clocks going off »= y f an " ou " ced »e location of fts for the honoree. White snap- agons and roses and green tap- S' er S us , ed as decorations. Mi-s . E. Dooley of Waterloo, Mrs h££ ? f ° r . n ,._ a " d "«· Lawrence know Nominate Officers itirs. CT. E March 24. *»-" \ V l i l JJg school next . be given at th Two Hobby Shows Announcement was made that * registration for the hobby shows at the Y. M. C. A. and Y! ». U A. would be Tuc^dav March 21. The second grade ton the attendance prize. 'Irs. C. E. Cagley announced next parent education meet- would be March 21 at the ie of Mrs. Marvin Wiegman tesson R ' °' Storvick ^ Ul have the A Founders day silver offering was taken for the state P T A The second grade mothers were he hostesses for tea. --o-- TKI.VIT1' L. D. K. TO MEET MONDAY ; life of ,,._ ^ er of the Rebekah decree and Mrs. Blanche Bailey app"" pnate to the occasion Mrs Max-son announced the th» ne T ' , ar J, Parly Censored by the L. A. P. M. Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock in the I. O. O. F. n«lll. PRE-SCHOOL MOTHERS MEET AT McKIXLEY McKinley P. T. A. Pre-School Mother's club met Friday afternoon at the school and Mrs. Anne Ellis, teacher of the school, conducted a question box. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. Ellis Christian Workers-Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 postponed. V. F. W. auxiliary-2 o'clock, V. F. "w. hall, inspection followed by birthday din- KILL KARE KLUB IS ENTERT/UN'ED 5'" K ?l"e Klub met with Mr 0 , t °. : " -"^'"^^u t i taiK on St. Patrick by Mrs. O'Donnel] music by the John Hanson family, a reading by Joyce Bisbee piano music by Mary Ann Kiser and readings by Irene Miller. The "«·* "j in_ut 1*11 Jiei. n SL J"""^ March 31 with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller. The L. D. H. society of the Triniy Lutheran church will hold its m-monthly meeting in the church arlors a 6:30 o'clock Monday vetung, with a pot luck supper T ?f a " nounced by the president' lyrtle Hetland. This is to be the cheduled charm sister party, at vhich time mystery sisters' iden- ity will be revealed. A program I as been planned by the commit- I tec in charge, and there will also I be a short business session, after ; which the i-emninder oE the evening will be spent in playine games. B --o-COUPLE GRANTED LICENSE TO WED NEW HAMPTON--Lennart Elo£ Albertmus Warling, 30, St. James Minn., and Marvel Arlene Metteer, 21. Comfrey, Minn., have been licensed to wed. The summer roundup will be held about April 28 Mrs n n Powell requested that paints re?' A ue apie to pay for their physical 1 1 examination wiirtake the ^dW tlieir own physician. A free exam-mat inn irr!H ,,, ,,- _ / , . =Adm_ WITH E V E R Y Girls ^» · · · 1^ Spring Coats Youthful and new are these coats for girls--the type that takes you everywhere. Jaunty reefers, new boxy types and swaggers Navy and colors. Sizes 3 to 14 years $5.95 Others §2.95 to $12.95 CLOSING OUT GIRLS' WASH FROCKS Scores of snappy style"? MI\ for girls, ages 3 to 14 yrt;. 43 C Beautiful colors and ma- and tenals and all sizes. Tre- en mcndous savings at .. 0"C VOU (MONDAY)"

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