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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 28, 1957
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fvro Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The meeting of the Olive Branch Ladies aid has been 'postponed until Wednesday, June 12, at 1 p.m. There will be a supper sale and the meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Paul Reffett. Circle 5 of St. James Lutheran church will meet .F/iday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mary Muckenfuss, Spear street. Mothers Honored By Jackson Club At Thompson Home Tdrs. Carmen Smith quoted Abraham Lincoln in opening the Jackson township home demonstration club meeting Tuesday afternoon at which time mothers were honored. "All, that I am and all that I hope to be, I owe to my mother," was the quote. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Bernice Thompson. The president, Mrs. Smith, read a 'Where is Mother?" Mrs. A wiener roast and covered dish!Adah Wilson led the pledges, supper was held at the home of Members answered roll call by Mr ; and Mrs. Maurice Watson naming their .pet extravagance Sunday evening by members of and the secertary's report was the Hand-ln-Hand class of the Ninth Street Christian church with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fiedler assisting the host and hostess. Outdoor games were played following the business session conducted by the president, Don Jamison. Suzanne Fiedler gave the secretary-treasurer report. During the evening the door prize went to Jack Hood and strawberry shortcake was served. Sigma Phi Gamma Elects Officers An election of officers highlighted the Monday evening business meeting of the Sigma Phi Gamma | en by Mrs. Lillie Williams. read by Mrs. Esther Johnson. Mrs. Dora Lake look her devo- tioas-from the 23rd Psalm and also read a poem, "Tribune to Mother" written by Harry Rae. Following the reading of the quote by Lincoln, Mrs, Smith gave prayer. The lesson on new drugs was given by Mrs. Elizabeth Apple who talked on polio shots, penicillin and cautioned members in the use and storing of poison. Announcement was made that the Homemakers conference will be held at Purdue University June llth through 13th and the history of the song of the month was giv- sorority at the city building. Margaret Morris, chairman of the nominating committee, presented the list of candidates with the Mrs. Fern Henry led a discussion on Health and Safety of the elderly population of the country talking on social security and corn- following being named to otfice: < munity programs for their bene- Angele Loner, president; Gladys fit. Alfrey, vice-president; Jean Mc- Williaros, treasurer; Carol Dwyer, recording secretary; Isabel Shanks, corresponding secretary; Marilou Smith, social Secretary Marilyn Skinner, historian; Joan Mucker, editor; Leona Van Doren, Organizer; Kathleen Umbargor, Members sang a belated "Happy Birthday" to Mesdames Fern Henry, Esther Johnson and Lois Bcvington. The meeting closed with a poem being read by the president and refreshments were served to the twelve members and one guest. wejfare secretary and Hita Grady, j Mrs . Ada vvilson received the al! tendance prize made that; T hc next meeting will be held that June ,10th members ^ will be w j th Mrs . Opal W oollcy June 25th. Variety Club Holds r ., lOfficer Election Margaret Carr, chairman of the Ncw of f iccrs worc ol( , cted af Ul( , ways and means committee, re- ITu csday Ov(!nin8 meoUnB of Lnc ported on the years activities.| VarJcty club at the YWCA d , ni Helen Laymon and Helen Weaver lroom gave resumes on the Hound Table! Bct ' ty To()ci was oloclcc[ ,. meeting held recently in Kokomo.| ( | ont . Martha Grable, vlce-prcsi- counselor. Announcement was entertained at the Y.W.C.A. by recent initiates Marcolla Garrett, Beverly Howell, Shirley and Betty Oldham. Kathleen Umbarger, chairman, thanked the members for their co-operation in sponsoring the dance at the Veteran's Hospital in Marion on May 15th, and gave a report on the evening's activities. Classmates Guests Of Miss Cindy Hall "Getting in Step for Junior High School" was the theme of a dinner ' . party for Miss Cindy Hull, daugh- IS June Bride-Elect tcr of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Hall, dcnl; Chris Sorcnson, secretary; Lorellu Campbell, treasurer. Delores Kennowancj! is program chairman and her committee Includes Jennie Kuhn, Joan Hipsher and Delores Maxson; publicity chairman, Joan Hipsher. A picnic was planned for June 3, and summer activities were discussed. Miss Shirley Freels Tuesday evening at the Country Announcement has been made of thu engagement of Miss Shirley club with members of her sixthjAnn Frcol.i and Hubert Dnrnn, grade class as guests. Jim MenUer instructed group In basic dance .steps. The hostess was assisted by her mother and her aunt Beulah Hail. lx:onard Whiting, teacher, was a special guest. Invited guests Included: Shelley Morris, Lynno Denham, Connie Carr, Terl Browg, Bonnie Ruhr- baugh, Fred Hillis, Rill Franklin, David Maroncy, Mike CliwKen, Jimmy Marshall and Jim Kiminer. I both of this city, A June wedding theijo being planned. SUB DEBS- ELECT NEW OFFICERS AT MEETING Pohlman Studio. Sub Deb members met recently at the home of Madonna Guckien to elect new officers and plan a summer formal dance. New officers are Glenda Graham, president; Kathie Hillis, vice-president; Margaret Huff, recording secretary; Jeanie Yoder, corresponding secretary; and Joy Booher, treasurer. Club members are, first row, left to right, Sandra Rynearson, Janie Moinzer, Margaret Strong,- Mary Beth Easter, Judy Grace, Patty Baiter, Carolyn Bailey, Jerry Skinner, Sherry Tucker, Kathy Hillis; second row, Alice Jo Gear; Joan Hill, Joy Booher, Nancy Jackson, Carolyn Gi'Ube, Susan Brown, Erika Esser, Avis Moss, Jill Billman, Ann George, Jean Norzinskay; third row, Beth Brumbaugh, Madonna Guckien, Barbara Novak and Sharon Neher. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Mrs. Mapel Campbell Feted On Birthday Mrs. Mapel CaVnpbcll, of Star City, celebrated her birthday at her homo Sunday with her children and grandchildren al.tendiijg. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wood and children, Mrs. Martha Baldwin, . Floyd Sparks, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Baldwin, Mr. and.Mr.i. Edward Humes and children, of Logansporl; Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Good and children, of Walton; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Campbell, Eva Lynn Coates, Richard Del-Ia- vcn, of New Carlisle; Mr. and Mrs. Joy Baldwin, Kokomo; Mrs. Donald Enyeart and children, Star City; Leo Campbell, of Dyer; and Mr. and Mrs, Joe JG. Hialt, of Royal Center. Delta Chi Sigma Entertains Mothers At Annual Banquet Members of Lambda chapter, Delta Chi Sigma sorority, entertained their mothers at tho annual mother-daughter banquet Tuesday evening at the Ben Hur where tables were decorated with bowis of spring flowers and blue, pink and yellow tapers. Pink, blue and yellow carnations marked each place. Following the invocation by Miss Maxine Ensfield, Mi.s.s Doris Simpson, chairman, welcomed the mo- Miss Barbara Roll Bride. August 18 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Roll, of route 3, city, announce the engagement 'and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Barbara, to Donald G. Stoncr, son of Mrs, Harriett Sloner, of Muncic. Miss Roll, a graduate of the Washington township high school uml Ball State Teachers college, [a a member of Delta '/eln sorority. She is un elementary school nu i t i i i i 11 r tr ii-jt tJiiu in mi I-;JV;I*IL Ihe bride-elect, dmi K htcr of Mr. lcuchor ,„ Hummol i tl . HUB Class Uses Birthday Motif A birthday tliemo wns used by tho Builders cla.is of the Broadway BUB church Tuesday ovenin« [it tho rcKular muollng at the church parlors. The meeting opened with sinning, accompanied by M'r». II. G. t'lury. Devotions wore Hiven by Mrs. Blanch Miller. Tht? bu.sinc.iji mei.-t- inf! wag conducted by Mrs. Mar- >;aret Schubnch. A nominating commitleo was named to Include Mm. Mlnnii Wado, chairman, Mro. Wanltn (Jib- don and Mrs. Wynonu Hurnott. The birthday theme prevailed during tho Noclal hour when (i birthday cako WHK won by Mr«. Jiarnelt whose birthday i» Memorial Day. Mrs. Marvin Nlcoll and Mrs. Vlolu Miindl wore hoHtcsses to tho 21 member!). and Mrs. Walter Freds, route 2, Kewanna, Is employed at Jeanne's Bounty Shop. Her flnnec is thu son of Mr, and Mrs. Huyh Dornn, 11121 Spear street. Miss Freels is a graduate of Uiu GruHK Creek high school. 'llcr fiance nttendod the^Twelvo Mile high school and i« employed by Switches, Inc. Her fiance, also u graduate of Bull Stiitu, in a student at the; Chl- ctigo Theological iSominury, al'flll- aled with • tlio University of Chi- cngo. The copuplo will bo married August .18 at tho Blue Bull Con- church. Cutler Couple Marks Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Juiicph Bougher, of routo 2, Culler, colon-ruled Ilielr goldon wedding nnnivoi'sary ."iun- (lay ut their hcinie. Tluilr nine children nnd their families were present. The couple received many glftH. llelnllves and frlenrls wore present from Adrian and Morcnco, Michigan, Iiulhinn- I>olifi, Xlonsvlilo, I'Yiinklort, Kokomo, Young America, JJurllnglon and Cutler. Miss Personals Loral JSIIxnholh Bnkor, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gerald A. linker, i!l1fl Spear street, wn.H gradiuitod from St. Mary's college, Noire Uiime, Indiana, Sunday with n rliichalnr of Science- Dogrco In clemenlury ixlucullon. 'DADDY, I LOVE YOU' Pgi lota Xi Enjoys Smorgasbord Dinner A fried chicken smorgasbord dinner was enjoyed Monday evening at the counrty home of Mrs. Jack Falrman by members o£. the Psi Iota Xi sorority. Individual tables were centered with crystal bowls containing a single peony, and floral arrangements were featured throughout the dining area, During Hie evening games were played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Tom Buke;-, Mrs. Clay Morris, Mrs. Robert Kllchcll, Ihcrs- and guests.' Mrs. Earl Moss,; Mrs. Ed YeascI, Mrs. George Kies- Sororily Mother, responded to the ling Jr., Mi's. James Myers, Mrs. Welcome An Interesting and infor- -Robert White, Mrs. Cart Johnson, matlvc talk on "Home Decoration" Miss Mary Ellen Mull, and Miss was given by Al Stewart of the Amy Elkclbernor. Golden Rule Furniture Department. He showed slides of room arrangements, and samples of rug and drapery materials. Guests Included, Mrs. Arthur Tarn, Mrs. Nora Ensfield, Mrs. Ira Cre-o, Mrs, Merle Flssel, Mrs. Gor- rard, Mrs. Joe Gr-u-ffls, Mrs. W. S. Williams, Mrs. Bornice Hawthorne,'cormiilllou are- Mrs. The door pi'l'/.e was prasontod to Miss Mary Ellen Mull. The next meeting will be a business and social uffuir to be held at Ihr; home of Mi's. Richard Cambiin fUl. No. 5, with Mrs. Clyde Blddinger serving as chairman of the party. Others on the Al Walsh Auxiliary Names Committee Heads, Installs Officers Officers were installed and committee chairmen named at the Monday evening meeting of the DAV Auxiliary at the elub rooms with the commander, Ruby Gottschalk, in charge. Following a brief talk by visiting officers, installation was held' with Mrs. Nell Ulmer in charge. Mrs. Ulmer installed the first group .of .officers of the local chapter ten years ago, Those installed were; Ruby Gottsdialk, commander; Doris Auker, senior vice-commander; Elsie Bushing, junior vice-commander; Evelyn Bever, chaplain and Mollie Cook, treasurer. Also, executive committee women: Lillie Auker, Mary Barnett, Mary Baker and Gladys Finton. The commander appointed the ollowing officers: Mrs. Mary 3 umel, adjutant; Evelyn Beaver, listorian; Veraldine Taylor, Pariot instructor and Americanism chairman; Lillie Auker, sergeant at arms and Gladys Finton, conductress. Named committee chairmen were: Mary Baker, membership; Slsie Bushing, hospital; Lucille Maloncy, welfare; Mary Barnelt and Doris Auker, junior activities; Marie Hoffman, community service; Doris Schroeder, legislative; Doris Auker, entertainment; Viola Kistlci','. merit system arid Mary Baker, Doris Auker and Veraldine Taylor, audit. Elsie Bushing, hospital choir- man, reported on the recent party given at the state hospital for veterans. Ladies giving 50 hours service honored were Elsie Bushing, Ruby Gottsdialk, Mary Pumel, Viola Kistier, Icn Kistlcr and Gladys Finton. The commander, Ruby Colts- chalk, , presented officcrs mid chairmen with a gift for their years' work and gifts were also given by junior members to their leaders, Mary Baniett, Ruby Gotlschalk and Doris Auker. Elsie Bushing and Mhry Barnett received door prizes and refreshments were served by junior members. The next meeting will b« held Juno loth. Mrs. Lobtis Catron, Nell Mrs. L. J, Powlen Jr., Mru. Henry Smith, Mrs. Townsley, Mrs, L. M. Burkit, Mrs. Margaret Carr, Mrs. Wm. Bothke, Mrs. Earl. Mons, Mrs. Goldle Chase, Mrs. Frank Mc- Guughoy. Committee In charge: Doris Simpson, Mnxlne En.ificld, Mrs. Carolyn Tulwiler, and Mrs. Judy Smith. Snoop, Mrs. Rons Glasson, and Mrs, Rnbort Johnson. The committee for the smortfns- )ord dinner Included Mrs. John Davis, Chairman; Mrs. Roberl KniMborgcr, Mrs. ,13. -0. Nagle and MIsH Km-rlult Huff. Best To Head Legion Post Ai'tliur B(!st IB n<!W commander of the local Aincrleon I-oylon post, lie wns olcctod Tuesdiiy night ul a Legion club meeting. Oilier officers elected wore JU>- Innd Muyhill, first vlco-coininan- di;r; .Irunes Helmllcli, second vlce- ciinimnndor; Andrew Michael, post udpulanL; ITord Ilergmiin, Sr., fi- niince officer; Kd Tuyliir. ser- gount-ul-iirmi). TniBlBes: Rlchnrd Mollfiuo, Jack Haymaker, Wlllljun I' 1 , Buuor, Cliiirlos K. Mlchnol, nnd Kd Miilny. Kxceiillvo bnnrd: Andrew Ml- cliuol, H/ilph li'l.idol, Willis PlHher- buclt, Kveretl Itlcu, Douglas Martin. Offieors will bo Installed THOU- day, iluiu! 1 1, »t il p.m. ut u dinner in Memorial Hull. UelognloH seloeled In nttoiid tlio sluto convention on July HI-IB woro Andrew Miclmol, Arthur Bust, WJI- llnm Under, ('buries Loo Stunrt, Willis Klsborbiidt, ".lohn Terry, DougluH Martin, and Hnlph l. ; 'is,'icl. AILernaU) dolcRdles; Joe Gill, Ki\ Taylor, (leno Sennit, Tom SlusHur, Jim Jackson, (J. 0. I'iiicklnKlium, Mr.) Munolmn, Dun Orompp, Coinmiinder Michael thanked all wlio parl.lcipnl.ed In the Memorial Day lour, lie unmuincail Unit a il«li'«nlloii from tho local post will altciid Memorial services at Walton Memorial Homo at 12:30 p.m. A dance will be bold Saturday nt the elub lor members and to use It to keep down the dnsl. Uilrd. Tho next meeting will Iw u on roads in front of their homes,, banquet and mantel-point nlfilil iiccordliiK to .Rimer Khumnn, hlKh- wuy mipcrinlondonl. Farmers who desire mine of the calcium chloride may riblaln It on.sl otlho Wa.bu.sh dopot, Slniman unicl. "DADDY, I IOVE YOU," In G-yonr-oM Hlltly'n word for nor luloptod futhor, Mclvln B. ffillli), n« olio K'VOH him a luifr and hl«n In Mluml Bench, Flu; Mm. ICllIii (loft) boiimii.' All tills hupplnam ronultH from Klorklu'd CJov. Loroy Collins deciding uKulnnt 'extradition to MnmmchuneUn for tlio JQIllfKin. MiunmclmiioU.ii hnn a kidnap chnrRo uKalnflt them. Tlioy Hplrltoil llllily away whon Hlltly'u mother wimtcd to huvo llio adoption i-onalmlocl bocunno t.l'io million •ra of tho Jowiuh fulth. (IntertwHanal ttowidjihoto) Clerk Will Attend State Meet Monday CUHS county Clerk JCll/ahelli Ble- km 1 will ulluwl u HtuUi meeting of umml.y clerks In be held next Monday In the House of Jlopresun- talJvos chambur of the State House. Tho mooting was culled by Iho slate board of accounts lo explain changes In procedure, budgeting and bookkeeping occasioned by n«w legislation. For All Oceanian* GREETING CARDS "thai Hiiy what you wnnt to »*y' HIATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN TIIKATHE County Purchases Calcium Chloride The Cnss county highway department has purchased nix torus of calcium chloride for distribution to Cuss county farmers who desire Plan Decoration Rites at Walton Phillip Domiond, Howard county service officer, will be the Hpcakor nl Decoration dny sen-l to be hold tit 2 p. m. Sunday 111; the Walton Odd Follows cemetery. The Walton American LeKion post will be in charge of tho services, lusslslcd by tho auxiliary, !.ho War Mothers, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts. Wednesday Evening, May 39, 193A City Slicker BY TRACY TTERE'S a dress that will delight young career girls who A* are going to their first jobs in the city this jtcar. It is designed in dramatic plaid cotton in junior sizes from five to fifteen. Immune to dust and grime the frock retains a bandbox look through busy summer days. It- comes in a choice of brown with black, navy with royal, and green with olive. A patent leather belt cinches the waist above a full skirt. Chicago Mother, 107, Wants to Live to 114 CHICAGO (UP) — A-l. the ajto of 107 Mr,s. Ohnrlullc Homier .said sho f«el-H lUto "a spring chiclion." The spiirklintf, white - -haired woman said slit- still 'has n xonl In life. Site, wants to belter her fCramlfallior's hiit)ievily record. "Wo Rvt'd to bo 1-1-1," .she- said. Mrs. Homier has outlived Ihree husbands and five children, Sbo'.s k-d n full lifu, she reflock'd, and she's done jus(. ;i!x>nl. cwryUiiiiK she wiuvlod lo do. IUMIX;K RIOHULTS Four tables wore in piny nt the mooting of the Men's Duplicate Bridge elub Monday evening ul :1ie YWCA annex. AveniRo was 42. Winners WI.TU Dr. C. L. Vlnoy and Orvlllo Fox, tlrsl; Mnrlin Luvy and Pan! Kniut,- .second; Harold Williams niul Edwin tlusjnlin, PRKS1 DENT'S MOTHKIt IMES TOrt'llK irAUT-E (OP) — Mrs. Wary .Brainun Holm.sledl, 77, iidlhei 1 of Dr. RnlelKh W. Holm- Hloill, presklent of Intilmin Stnto reiicliers Collogo, died in Pnxton, Neb. Services will l>o hold at Pnxton Friday. Read the Classified Ads tho Kllcs. GIRL SCOUTS TO MARCH Any Girl Kcnut wlahlny to march In tho Memnrlul Day parade Is nuked In moot ul; Seventh dlreel. north of Broadway Thursduy at li::«) a.m. Solved-Carpet Cleaning Problem RcHOurcb hiiH developed tho on- swor lo cui'iiet nnd upholBlery cleunliiK with new Blue Lunti-e. .It IH safe for finest cnrpetd who- thor wool or Kynllicllcu. Thu nnp IH loft open and fluffy. Colors return lo orlKlnnl hunuty and Itwlro. llhio Liifitro lonvua no roHltluo to cniiMi: rapid I'Mnillnj.:. Clean en- lire cnrpot or Ju.sl: npolH and traffic luncu with IOUK handled bniMh. Onu lialf K'lllon of Blue Lustre conceiilrato cleans threo UxJ2 rilHH. FLANEGIN ACE HARDWARE Area Girls Win Baton Honors Connie Ix>:ivull, dimuhlpi- of Mr. uml Mrs. I'niil Loavell, of I,iicerna ri-ci'ived ;i first pluco Irophy with her twin b;ilim number and soronil pluco with flag swinging Sninlay nl the Chalbam YWCA. Chicago. Diana Kny Covw, dauiihU-r of •Mr. iiml Mrs, Sam Covor, Twelve Milr. re<-civi!<I a firsl place modal in the beginners ttriHip. Diana is a student of Miss l,enwll. Thi' Kids were accompanied l>r Mr. nnd Mrs. Cover mid Mrs. l,«:i- veil. BARGAINS LN COiD WAVES THE CARRIAGE BARN • ForrittJ. R«od, Interior* 217-11th Sf. Phono 4681 Houn 9 lo 5 dally, except Sa»., 9 to 112 WALLPAPER LAMPS OIRTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES Lanolin Oil P«irman«nl> Includlna Hair Cut FOR ONLY ^'4.95 Houm BiJO a,tn, lo S p.m. No Appointment N«c*tMiry LOGANSPORT BEAufY SHOP Cloud AN Day W«dn»dar Alh and Broadway OVID DAILEY'f confidential CASH LOANS quickly! Open WtulneHtlny Afternoon 22(1 S. Third Mi. r ^'JX J S 1 '("'!'?*'t' l; ^" ): ''f- 1 'v'**"'j' 1 ?i w ' < '•"• f t ;e»'-"'M«"w | ,i'n« ! -*;-*'i '.«"••* i J'"".'-'i (•'!•<• ••" -: *<lf'*!•,••''ft:*: 1 ^tV'Wf-l 11 »..'-•*ip^**'»-«^V*''*f" l ' < -t'i*»,V!«*;*!'Vw **)(*•• [<-')('a*iVj"-"» T,- ••>••• " '—iv; i-^felt^ifg|;a^;dii£i.;£afe^:^ A HOLIDAY TREAT! Watts Bros. Delicious Ice Cream CAIL AND ORDER THAT f ASTY "THREE COLOR" Ice Cream. WATTS BROS. ICE CREAM Phon« 4304 WANTED. . . SALES LADY For full or part timo. Profor ona with oxporl- onco in bottar priced roady to wear. Noa1 ap- poiaranco and fashion minded, Intorvlow by appointment only. Writd or plionn for an appolnt-mont. J. W. WAGNER THE FASHION SHOP 408 East Broadway Phono 3940 logansport, Ind. CAREFREE VACATIONS Trent .voiirm-lf lo a Rurrfrru Mlllt-r Tour IhlK y<-nr. Kroqiiwil flopurtiiruM from ImltniuijmlfH—nil lourH porHonally t'scorU'd by n Miller Tour Km-ort. Miller Touri by air-concfltionod chartorod motor coach t • UIuck Illllii mid ItiullnmlK, 10-iia.VK, $j:i!,.;i(l. Juno :iu, July ai, AUK»«I •'. • I'ociinii MminliiliiH iiml I'l-iiiiKylvnnlii DuU-li Tour, tl-iluyu, $M:i.no. July 7, AuKust an, Gi-ioiji-i-«. • Ciiniiilliiii I,iikt>lnmln, ll-day,H, SI-O.Hll. July 7, July HI, Auniisl in. • MiK-liiniu liliiiul, li-dnyii, $112.110, July H, July Zll, Allgiml 11. • Nitw idiKlHiiii anil Kri'iirlt ('nnmln, M-days, $11)^.75, July 7, July ill, Auiiimt 11, Sciwlmbrr 15, • WiiHliliiKlnn, Ni-w Vnrli, NliiKiirn Kiillu, U-ilayu, $1V.1.00. July 1U, July 27, AuKiisl III, Hi-pli-mlwr 21. • \Vlllhinmliiii K. .liuncHlDwii Kcnllviil, Nntiinil ]trl(lK», ll-diiy«. .flOII.IW.. July M, AtiKimt •), Oi'lobcr l.'l. • Hinilliy MonntiiliiN l-'nll Color Tiiur, (i-lliiys, $111.110, Ool.olx.-r (I, October 30. • Nmv OrliMiim niul (iull Count, il-days, $12il.."iO. Octohcr 5, OctoliiM- Ml. • Mlxir Day Lnur tu Dclriill. $:tll.7:). All|;. 31. • 1.11 bur Diiy Wi'i-k-Kitcl at I-'ri>iicli J.lck, $:i7.nO. Sept. 1. • I''ill I Color Wi-i-k-Knejl 'I'mim lo French l.lck, $37.50, Oclohor IH. Oclohor 19. Millor Touri by air-condllionod streamllnad Irolnii • (,'jlllliii-iilii uml VohcillIU;, H-lhtys, $21111.00. July 11, Auijunl 1, Ocloher (i. • YvllowHtoiu.- uml (irfind TutmiK. ll-duys, ^.'.'.7.57. July 14, July 211, Aiujunt III. • Cool Ciiloriiilii lli.lliln.v, ll-dayii, $lli:i.(K). July M, July 2». AuKUKl 111. • N«w York <,'lly Tlienlra Tinir, 7-iliiyK, $lli!I.OO. July 7, July 21, Aimust4, AimiiHt Itl, September in, Oclobur 13. Price* Inoludi' lrnii«|iortHllun, fcilci'nl lux, i-xci'llciil hnUill, •IllK, HllmlHKloilN, IllllH, II|IH, KIK'clal Ini'lllH. , I.iiciil AKi'lit MINNIE B. SARIG 1(111 K. llroHriwii.v l, liul, I'litini) S007-I

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