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Ten Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Mizpah lodge 26, L. A. to B. of B. T., will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the IOOF hall. Afternoon meetings will not be held until further notice. —fr- Lincoln circle No. 1, Ladies of the GAR, will hold a regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Memorial home at'which time plans will be made for the August picnic. A good attendance is desired. -6- The Philathea B class of the Baptist Temple will hold the annual picnic at the home of Nellie Watson, 2422 George street, Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock. ..V— The New Waverly EUB Ladies aid will meet with Mrs. Juanita Ab- Bott at the parsonage, Twelve Mile Pink, Blue Shower Given In Honor Of Mrs. Josephine Flory A pink and blue shower was given for Mrs. Josephine Flory Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Jo Moore, 89 Ninth street, with Mrs. Deloris Bender and Mrs. Jean Beck 'assisting. Refreshments were enjoyed and games played with prizes going to Miss Mary Brenner, Miss Alma Turner and Mrs. Dorothy Pasquale winning prizes. Centering the yellow cloth • covered gift table was a baby scale, a doll and pink and blue booties. Miniature baby items were arranged around the scale. Individual tables were covered with pastel cloths and centered 'with budd vases containing yellow rosebuds.. Favors were miniature pink and blue diapers filled with mints. ' Guests were Mrs. Albert Selvio, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.' Mrs. Zoe Flory, Mrs. Marian Skin- The Ladies aid of the Onward Christian church met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Olive Little. The meeting opened with group singing followed by devotions by Mrs. Helen Reed. The secretary's report was read and roll call answered with "famous men of the Bible." IVJrs. Deloris Shope read a letter from the Don Burnie family, the group's missionaries in Japan. Mrs. Helen Wilson gave the lesson, "The History of Some of Our Favorite Hymns." .Mrs. Marie Little gave the benediction. The hostess and Mrs. Ruth Means and Mrs. Laura Reed served refreshments to 17 members. | ner, Mrs. Virginia Pasquale, Miss Kate Pasquale, Miss Alma 'Turner, Miss Janice O'Donnell, Miss Janice Allen, Miss Wilda Sutton, Mrs. Wilma Vernon, Mrs. Betty Flory, Mrs. Esther Smith, Mrs. Dorothy Pasquale and daughter, Mrs..Rosendo Rangel, Mrs. Mary Ann Selvio, Mrs. Frank Cook, Miss Mary Brenner, Miss Madonna Bender, Mrs. Pat Pasquale, Mrs. Ada Selvio, Mrs. Sue Selvio, Mrs. Betty Selvio and Mrs. Madeline Donahue. Local Girls State Delegates Serve Mrs. I. C. Sherman, American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Chairman, has received word that two of the four local Hopsier Girls State Citizens are serving in various capacities at the 1957 session at Indiana University where 975 girls are enrolled. ;Mrs. Sherman stated that this Mrs. Edith Gilsinger Honored At Shower A pink and white color scheme was used in (he decorations for a baby shower honoring Mrs. Edith Gilsinger recently at the home of Miss Jean Langbak, 1513 High street, with Mrs. Mary Jo Pursch and Mrs. Margaret Monahan as co-hostesses. Gifts were placed in an alcove decorated with pink and white streamers. Bouquets of flowers were also placed in the entertaining rooms. Refreshments were served. Invited guests included Mesdames Edith Gilsinger, Mabel Pledge, Initiation Service Conducted By Tau Phi Lambda Mrs. Ella Johnson was appointed sorority mother for eight girls pledged and initiated into Alpha- Kappa chapter, Tau Phi Lambda, Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle, during a formal ceremony Friday evening at the Wheattand avenue Methodist church. Mrs. Louise Hutchcraft, vice- president, and Mrs. Joan Decker conducted the service. Mrs. Ruth Bishop, musician, provided piano music. Mrs. Betty Clayton, local president and State vice-president, was in charge of the initiation and was assisted by Mrs. Decker, Mrs. Kathy Nethercutt, Mrs. Betty Davidson, Mrs. Virginia Shanks, Mrs. Doris Green, Mrs. Loisann Hatten, Mrs.'Ruth Lowry, Mrs. Mona Bean, Mrs. Patricia Baker, Mrs. Josephine Timmons, Mrs. Delores Morgan, and Miss Mary Ellen Bougher. Mrs. Bishop provided piano accompaniment. Those initiated were Marilyn Benedict, Phyllis Sutton, Rosemary Halsema, Donna Jean Ricci, Ann Cain, Sue Garland, Sue Hatten and Leah Nies. Mrs. Delores Morgan, chairman of the refreshment committee, assisted by Mrs. Patricia Baker and Mrs. Doris Green served cookies, coffee and punch following the services with Mrs. Clayton and Mrs. Betty' Shellberg, state president, presiding at the serving table. Mrs. Jean McDonald, Lafayette, inspected the group on all ritualistic work performed during the evening'with Mrs. Clayton presiding-at the ritualistic business was the record enrollment for the' slronK _ O ij ve Dederick Virginia Girls State and that Indiana has str ong, Geneva Baker, Jeanne the largest enrollment of any state. zMnr, Susan Frey, Martha Pis- Sandra Ulbrich was chosen to chcr> .j an ice .Parmeter, Kay Scag- give the keynote address for the> no i( i Shirley Mooy, Vera Anderson, "Federalist" party and was also Florence lladke, Margaretta Fer- electcd presiding attorney of her county. • Susanr»» Smith is serving an chairman of the commLt'.ee for the formulated platform of the "Nationalist" party. Miss Ulbrick and Miss Smith are representatives of Logansport high school. Other* attending from this community were Ellen Ramer of Washington township school and Judy Lind of Royal Centre school. These girls will return home 'a. day after spending eight days on •the campus. They were- sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, Elks Lodge No. 68 and Unit 60 of the American Legion 'Auxiliary, -nd •were chosen by the sponsoring groups on basis nf leadership, scholarship, character and those interested in the government among other requirements. C. W. F. Assembly Locally Attended Kliivcn women represented „ „...-. . ^ ..-,. Ninth .street Christian church ot The four were taken from a list-! the first Quadrennial Assembly of Ing of 17 eligible girls from the! the International Christian Wo- gus, Pat Logan, Alyce Jane Stamps, Helen McDonald, Ethel Husso, Leah Mcliheny, Clara Sims, Velda Lebo, Evonne Campbell, Ruth Lenon, Dona Martin, Martha Frank, Willodean Stcinman, Jean Edwards, Margaret SuLlon, Mary Mitchell, Mildred Galloway, Kay Warner, Jane Crump, Myrtle Klumjjp, Dorothy O'Harra, Virginia Bauer, Blanche Smith, Alice Rehm, Virginia Steinwcdle, Myra Brown and Wilma Clark. Also (he Misses Barbara Hatter, Barbara Wilson, Betty Edwards, Shirley Hathaway, Mary Mrs. Shanks read roll call and the secretary's report and Mrs. Jo Timmons read the treasurer's report in the absence of the regular treasurer, Mrs. Rcta Lucy. A letter was read from the National Director, Mrs. Mae Beaver and a thank-you note was read from Mrs. Betty Davidson and also a letter from Mrs. Ruby Gene Sewell. The next meeting will be a social picnic and swimming party at Tower Park and Spencer park for members and their families. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. MISS PATRICIA .ROPP BETROTHED" Veterans To Be' Entertained By Unit 60 July 10 Announcement of a picnic for State hospital veterans was made by Mrs. Peg. Ashby at the Thursday evening meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, at Memorial home with the president, Mrs. Lucille Michaels, in charge, The dinner will be served at Riverside park Wednesday, July 10, with the State Auxiliary committee, Mrs. Agnes Shanteau, Mrs. Ashby and Mrs. Blanche Miller, assisted 'by the Auxiliary, in charge Ham, baked beans, rolls and coffee will be furnished. Transportation for veterans will be provided from the State Auxiliary funds. Local Unit 60 members are asked to lake a salad or pie and table service. Serving will begin at 11:30 a.m. Members who will assist with this picnic are asked to call 2167G or <i7til. Mrs, Ashby also reported on the clothing room which local Auxiliary members manage for State Hospital patients. She told of the need for both men and women's Monday Evening, July 1, 19ST. MRS. EVERETT GORDON - GUEST OF HONOR AT POST-NUPTIAL SHOWER A miscellaneous shower was held Friday evening [or Mrs. Everett Gordon, the former Miss Priscilla Straw, at the home of Mrs. Don Shelhart who was assisted by Mrs. Carol Morock, Miss Helen Straw Nelda Celemehts Honored At Party A surprise farewell, party was given for Mrs. Nelda Clements Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Martha Parks with Mrs. Daisy Orr, Mrs. Gladys Putahl and Mrs. Lula Bishop as co-hostesses. Games were played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Reba Fissell and Mrs. Edith Ayres. A gift was presented to Mrs. Clements, who plans and Miss Carolyn Braden. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Gladys Fettig, Mrs. Betty Gordon, Mrs. June Hufford, Mrs. Ethel Shelhart and Miss Helen Straw. Duplicate prizet went to the guest of honor. Pink candles lighted the serving to move to Monticello in the near table centered with a three tiered future. Attending were Clara Gordon, Edna Watson, Ruth Brater, Charlotte Wolf, Helen Schmidt, Mary Miller, Edith Myer, Mary Felker, •Rcba Fissell, Dorothy Hunter, Alda Byrt, Freda Hokor, Indiana Davidson, Mable Eshelman, Pauline Lcnon, Marion Honick, Mrs. Hay, Alice Young, Edith Ayres, Lula Bishop, Daisy Orr and Gladys Pu- \ Pohlman Studio. ENGAGED—Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Ropp, of Royal Center, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Jean, to Lester W. Musall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Musall, route 1, Idaville. A wedding date has not been set. Miss Ropp, a 1257 graduate of the Royal Center high school, is employed by the A. J. Olson company in this city. Her fiance, a 1057 graduate of the Idaville high school, plans to enroll at the International Business College in Fort Wayne in the fall. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Reunion Calendar FAIRVIEW PARK SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Clymors Methodist Church—Pavilion—Noon. * W * RIVERSIDE PARK MONDAY, JULY 2 — Everna Reuion—Table 5—fi;0fl p.m THURSDAY, JULY 4 - No Re- clothing and asked those having I se rvation for this date. clothing to donate, call 6701, orj SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Sprinkle Mrs. Shanteau, 21676, or they may i Reunion—Tables No. 3 and 10- be taken directly to the State Hospital. Mrs. Michaels announced that she had represented the American Legion Auxiliary as a guest of the local Elks club to attend their "Flag .Day" services and dinner. Mrs. Matilda Hobson, of Unit 60, represented the Gold Star mothers. Mrs. Milicent Condon gave a Noon. SUNDAY, JULY 7 union—Tables No. 5 and No. 6— Noon. DYKEMAN PARK | wedding cake with a miniature heart-shaped nosegay. A corsage of varigated carnations was presented to the guest of honor by Mrs. Carol Morock. Refreshments were served to _ Mrs. Priscilla Gordon. Mrs. Lillie Gordon, Mrs. Ethel Shelhart, Mrs. Nellie Walts, Mrs. Irene Graf, Mrs. Betty Gordon, Mrs. Disa Siferd, Mrs. Jill Logan, Mrs. Grace Kistler, Mrs. Edna Reese. Mrs. Gladys Fbllig, Mrs. Ka- iherino Haynes. Mrs. June Hufford, Mrs. Joe Penney, Mrs. Mai>- gie Penney, Mrs. Viola Campbell, Mrs. Minnie Miles, Mrs. Becky Vietli. .Mrs. Carol Morock, . Mrs. Don Shelhart. The Misses Helen Straw. Pat Shelhart, Carolyn Braden, Connie Helvie and Va<ln Reese. Unable to attend but sending gifl.s were Mi.ss Gay WatU, Marge and Eva* Haynes, Mrs. Russell Straw, Mrs. Bonnie Ohman. Mrs. Agnes Park- WBDNESDAY, JULY 3 - Mrs. E. L. Mason—West emi of Pavilion and 2 South tables. SUNDAY. JULY 7 - Rhineharl er, Mrs. Mabel Fleming, Mrs. Staley Re- Gladys Snydcr, Mrs. Albert Klcp- inger, Mrs. Geneva Klepinger. Mrs. ITelc.n Webster and Lynne, Mrs.. Garnet NelhercuH. Mrs. Eva Ki.stler, Mrs. Louella Guy, Mrs. report on Education and Scholar- Reunion-West Pavilion and 2 Read Gamble-Smith Vows In South Bend Saturday afternoon in the Peoples church, South Bend, Miss Donna Faye Gamble, 130 Towle avenue, Ruth Ann Larimore To Be Bride July 26 In Alaska Ceremony Mrs, Alice LarLmnrc, of Deer South Bend and Eugene G, Smith,;Creek, announces the engagement of Rochester, exchanged wedding] und forthcoming marriage of her vows. The Rev, Roscoe Wilson of--Daughter, Ruth Ann, to Samuel Betty Scheltberg, of Indianapolis,' . _...1 «» i-\ ii ii_.._,. *K..I_ini y* ficiated at the double ring eere- and Mrs. Dorothy Crone, district manager of Lafayette. Linda Holder Hosts Patio Dance Guests Miss Linda Sue Holder entertain- EoT SmUh Inland Gr^e', DdlaH <* « Patio dance Saturday eve- Maxson, Marie Wafcner and Mar- ."'« f/^e "ome f her p enU jorie Rice. the junior classes ichook. of local high During the eight day period the girls were involved in a government [raining program which included Various city, county and state government activities. BWP Club Features Open House At YW Open house wan held for SO members and guests of the liusines.'i find Profra.sional Women's club at the YWCA parlors recently. Refreshments were served from * lace covered table willi Josephine Iliatt and Mrs. Deloris Alberts presiding. The National Security committee was in charge with Mrs. Leah Jane Guumer us chairman, assisted by Rachel Moss, Gladys Whiteman, Elizabeth Biekcr, Deloris Alberts and Josephine Hlall. Judy Whcalon, Shirley Key and Harriet Perkins also assisted nl the lea. Mrs. Charles, of Puerto 'Rico, who is visltlriji in thi'i city, was a special guest und gave talk on her native country. Other guests attending were Mary Kern, Carole Kulm, Janet Miller, Iris Ashley, Maria Galln, Sue Stanley. Vionnn- Peterson, I.oulsc Ochmke, Minnie .GuriK, VeVay Langbak, Goorgann Drake, Barbara Jargstorf, Mary Lynn Whcaton, Patricia Ann Weaver, Sandra Jllpsher, Pat Daughorty and Kathcrlne Moore. men's Fellowship of the Disciples if Christ at Purdue University re- ccntly. Attending were Mrs. Juno Bra jMr. and Mrs. William Holder, 621: Parkway Drive. A yellow color scheme won used in the decorations with yellow streamers being used. Summer refreshments were served following the darice. Favors for the girls were leis and for the boys, noisemakers. Door prizes were awarded to Marilyn Miller and Dick Danley. Invited gtieslH were the Misses Linda Lottman, Beth BayleeH, of Bnico Lake, Lynn Denham, Bar- Mrs. Smith la the daughter nf Mr. and Mrs, Donald Gamble, route 2, Jasonvllle,'Indiana, und Mr. Smith's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith, route 8, Ro- chcsler. Bridal alres were played by Miss Tan Harper, who also accompan- ed Keith Wilson, as he sang. The bride, given In- marriage by ncr father, wore a gown o[ white lace; and tulle over satin and carried n while Bible lopped with an orchid. Hcr'gown was styled wilhi Her fiance Is employer! by the a scalloped neckline, long tapered j Fairbanks branch of !.hc California dy. Mrs. Marie Bureh,' Mrs.'Mhcaj bnra Hancr > Murilyn MiJlBf, Sandy Kenkenbcrger, Mrs, Lillian Crock-j'' "K |lsn . Marlene Det'ter, Betty ett, Mrs. Lillie Prultt, Mrs. Gaynell Campbell, Mrs. Esther .Jamison, Mrs. Nan Obonchain, Mrs. Theresa Isaacs, Mrs. Margaret Laiisller and Mrs. Jean Morgan. This wan the first international assembly for women in the 150- year history of Disciples of Christ (Christian) Churches. The assembly was sponsored by the Christian Women's Fellowship of The United Christian Missionary Society. Miss Jennie M. Trout is executive secretary of C. W. F. Over "1,000 women attended the sessions. There were representatives from the churches of eifihl countries, fraternal delegates from a number of communions along with Mrs. T, 0, Wedel, president of United Church Women, and Mile. Madeleine Jiarol,'representative of the World Council of Churches. The program began Juno If) with on historical pageant ol. women's work in the church. Also the dedication of Love GiltN, the commissioning of missionaries, a service of communion and workshops. let us handl* All your Trov.l Me**) Why wail tor Sales tuf H.r. and Savi Anvllmo Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs Ut Our location V a. m to 9 D m. '"sv* You Mon«y At Low Coil — Op*n Dally-— McTaqaart's 1115 Hlflh ng C*. Thfo w««k'« f*«twrct WEST INDIES BY AIR Thr«« day* and up Ifl Cuba, Jamaica^ Pu«rto Rico amf/or any lllandi of fit* WMI lndt«i. Rat»« vr« furprUlngly modvrato. Dally fllghH from Miami ... or frM N«w York or K»w Orhant, M M gjva ' you cornpkr* aVtalfi, no obligation. T«fonnon»—wrfr*— com* In p*rior*. CHICAGO MOTOM CIU1 Logansport'Branch K6 South Third St. Plume 5101 Lawrence, Shelly Morris, nnd David George, Bill Hufforcl, Robert Stiver, Hill Franklin, Jim Klmlner, John Cnrlthers, Robert Reed, Bill Hummer, Dick Dunley and Jerry Arnold. Mrs. Evelyn Hufford assisted Mrs. Holder. Class Of 1942 To Hold July Reunion Plans are bolng made for the first reunion of the. Logansporl high school class of IIM2 to be held .Saturday, June 20, at the Logansport Country Club. was announced that committees are planning various activities for the.afternoon and evening, and that reunion Is for all class members/ and their families. Reservations muy be made by contacting either Doug Myers or Bill Moore. A snapshot of the mom ber'.s family Is desired with Ihc Leonard Mrs. J. Scott, son IT. Scott, of Mr. and of route 2, Morencie, Michigan. Miss Lnrlmore is residing In Fairbanks, Alaska, at the Ladd Air Force Base with her brother and his wife, Lt. and Mrs. John K. Larimnrc. She is a graduate of the Deer Creek high school nnd Logansport Business college. She ship. Mrs. Lillian Sherman reported that the four Girl State girls left! Logansport last Saturday fori South Tables—Noon. 41 # H* SPENCER PARK THURSDAY, JULY 1 — William •1, 7 . ii „ • , rw« „,„;'! Lind-ShcHcr No. 5-6:00 p.m. ! ' g Rl«mln ,1™ SUNDAY, JULY 7 - llul«ll Ren Hlooimni/Lfln.. . _. . .. . in Bloomlngton, The meeting adjourned with the service sales award going to Mrs. Bernice Selliemyre. Mrs. Mamie Hart's name was drawn for the membership attendance award. Next meeting will be July llth at which lime election of officers for the new year wilt be held. Miss Nancy Crook August Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Crook, of Flora, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Nancy, to Robert Roach, son of Hie late County Auditor Ada Roach. . The bride-elect Is a graduate of ^ _ MIJ __ ^ ^ ^ Die Flora high school and altend- was'cm'p'ioye'cfiiii The eost l> (lcpnr't-| c ' 1 Indiana University. She is a mcnt of the Lognnsport R B M!member of Alpha Phi Omega Manufacturing company going to Alaska. sleeves nnd the floor-length skirl featured alternating layers of nylon tulle and lace which fell over a while satin hoop. Her imported silk illusion veil was held by a liara of pearls and sec/uinn. She wore a strand of pearls, a gift ol the bridegroom. Mrs. Norma Eaton, attired In pink organdy and carrying u colonial bouquet, was matron of honor, for her nlaler,- and Peggy Connor, dressed In blue and .while eyelet, reservation. Mclvin Ward would like to know Ihc whereabouts of several missing members. He can. be .reached at 20221. Those memticr.s whose homes . are unknown" are > Mary BeaLl'.i!, Bcrlrum Herr, Virginia Roddick and Salmln Gruhnm. Standard Oil company and lives In Fall-bank.-!, He received W.<? discharge from the US Army in December of J9M after serving two yours in Europe. The wciMIng will Inke place on July 2(! a-l l.he Lndil' Air Base Chapel in Fairbanks with Hie Lutheran chn-plnln, Copt. Hans Sandrock, officiating, before Sl "' ()l ''"y ""^ ' 3 - s ' J"'' n XI at Flora. Her fiance Is u graduate of the Delphi high school ithd is a senior in Hie School of Science at Indiana University, He served two years in the Armed ForceK, two years ut Purdue and attended Kansas Stale college. They will be married August 26. SPECIAL! ALL WEEK (plain) SKIRTS 45* t •ach TOP QUALITY OLBAN1NC SURE TO SATISFY (Cottons r»-tiz*d to f»»l crlip—no extra charge) LONG'S CLEANERS 17th and Broadway 3rd and Linden. U SEWING MACHINES We Have 37 APPROVED Jt ] 100% J USED MACHINES scattered red rrfse petals. Roy Ward, of South Bond, served an best man, und the guests were seated by Jerry Gnmblc, brother of the bride, and Danny Gamble of Granger, Indiana. Immcdlalcty following' (ho ceremony a reception was held In the church ptirlors. The couplo will entobllsh residence In Rochester. SAY IT WITH FLOWERS DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse 01 low $5,00 per month LATI MODUS, CHICKID AN» OK'tf-OUARANTIIB rp» ONI YIAR. You -can use this machine for 6 months and we'll allow you credit for all rent paid on purchase price of new Pfaff. COME IN OR CALL! Your PFAFF® Dtaltr BARBER SEWING SUPPLIES 31* E. Sroadway Ph. 4454 -Pre SPECIALS! Group of Spring and Summer DRESSES reduced - Vacation Needs Price Bathing Suits Sizes 32-42 Sportswear Separates Blouses 'Lingerie Casual Cottons and Miracle Fabrics made up into' Dresses for Easy Living Sizes 8 to 20 MODERATELY PRICED APPAREL SHOP 120 Fourth Street union—Shelter No. 2—Noon. SUNDAY, JULY 7 - Young Am- erica—1D47 Class—Shelter No. 4— Moon. SUNDAY, JOT,Y 7 — SI. B.'-irl- get's Parish—All of Lower Pavilion —Noon. SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Wilkinson Reunion—Shelter No. 1—Noon. SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Kline Family—Shelter No. 5—Noon. Ada Smith, Mrs. Penrl Sparks, Mr.s. Elaine Walters. Mrs. Suzie Julian, Mrs. Myra Gray, Mrs. Normn Pnfahl and Pal. Mrs. Florence Eyman, Mrs. Nollio Gordon. Mrs. Gerry Rush. Mrs. Lesler Mullins, Mrs. Mary Slrassor, Mrs. Theresa Pesarisi and Miss Aileen Gra.ss. SOCIAL CALENDAR Tuesday Noon—Division •), CWF. Mrs. Grace Wlekershnm. 2 p.m.—Socin! club to B. of L. F. and E., Mae Dishop. Mrs. Personal Alta McMamis and Ann Rice hnve returned from a trip to Newark. New Jersey, and New York Cily where they visilcd the I.L. r*l •£• J A J furmor's son-in-lnw nnd (taiifihler, the Classified AdS Mr. and Mrs. John Booynck. THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrest J. Rood, Interiors 217-11th St. Phono 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES STRIPES-AHOY! 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