The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 21, 1938 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 21, 1938
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TPAGETWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILL.E. PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 103S. K. By LVNNE B. KINCT.IiT. Clark Buttermore, Wife Mark 60th Wedding Anniversary On a beautiful day, Tuesday, February 10, 1878, Clark L. Buttermore nnd Miss Lide King rode or. horse back from Springfield, now Normnl- ville, to CormellsvlUe- where .they were married at the parsonage of the Baptist Church by the-pastor. Rev. R. C. Morgan. They were met .here by -Mary Hoover, now Mrs. Mary Fee ol Brownsville, who witnessed the ceremony. On Saturday .Mr. and Mrs. Buttermore had the happy privilege or celebrating sixty years of married Wo, at their home near Gilmore's Mill, Bullskin township, where they have resided for flfty-sevcn years. Mrs. Fee was among the guests. At noon a prettily appointed family dinner of filty-four covers was served. The table,was decorated.with a large three-tier wedding cake topped with a white :bar_.which,,wa5; ornamented with a small cluster ol orange blossoms,, and cut flowers gifts to the honored couple. .The Invocation was offered, by. Rev,-J. S. Brownlee, pastor of the First Baptist Church, of which-Mr.-and Mrs.-Buttermore are members. . . . ;_:_" · ··_ ' Mr. and Mrs. Buttermore were "at home" from 2 to 5 o'clock and received about 150 relatives and friends who-qallecLto' convey congratulations and, to_ wish them many .more years of happiness.- · Thc-followajg program v.-as.given: . - ·_ "_·- Marimba solo, "Rock o£ Ages,' Miss Florence Wjjkey;.prayer, Hcv. Jefferson King o£ Dawson; hymn "The QJd Rugged Cross,"-audience with..Mrs. J. S. Brownlee at the piano; - quartet, "When You and I Were Yonug Maggie," Miss Irene Lucius, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Dull and Charles D. Bailey; address, Rev Brownlee; vocal, solo, "The Swedes Story Ever Told," Charles D. Bailey appropriate readings, Miss Evelyn Murphy; vocal solo, "I Love You Truly," Miss Lucius; reading, -Miss Murphy; address, Rev. Kmg;-'voca 3uct, "Silver Threads Among ~4he Gold," Mr. and S. B. Dull. -Miss ·Wllkcy was the marimba accom- "panist for all o£ the numbers. · Mr. Buttcrmore, 85 years old, was born in Connellsville on December 25, 1852, a son of the late Georgi "and Maria Buttermore,"-wlio" -%verc 'among the pioneer residcntsjof Con^ nellsville. Having"·no profession, hi "was engaged in" different kinds o work. In his younger days he mad many trips fronVBaltimore. to Pitts burgh with his father^'who 'was drover. Alter his marriage he was a teamster, hauling tan bark, timbe and iron ore. He Is also a forme "employe of the H. C. Frick Cok Company, having worked at th ^Davidson plant He is now retired. -- Mrs! Buttcrmore, In her eighty third yca'r, was born at Sprlnneld o September 21, 1855, a daughter o the Henry and Nancy King. Following their marriage, whic' .took place on election day, the coup] jvent to the Buttermore home on th top ol Chestnut Ridge, where a wed ·fling dinner was served, after whic "Mr. Buttermore went to the polls to ·vote for his lather for road super "visor. The bride'ol sixty years ag chose for her wedding a beautifu dove gray dress. At the anniversary celebration she wore a black crcp "dress and a corsage of orchids an sweet peas. '· Mr. and Mrs. Butlermore Tare "th parents of "six "children. Fivo ."ai living and with their families al tended the anniversary celebration Children are: * Henry K.'Buttermor at' home"; Fred S. Buttcrmore, Ea Connellsvillc; Mrs. Walter Leighlite ot near Gilmore's Mill; Smith"Bu fermore, Snydertown, and'Mrs. Wil lam Fosbrintpwho resides "near-Tier parents. "Thereroro" .~aTsb~ tliirtce grandchildren' and lour-gteafc-'groncr chlldren. Tfie'-honorod-coupIccT^rc cclvcd many "gills,-·Irfcludrrig.'STmb stantial sum of'mohey.'t-BdlhTcnjo good health. "~-~\-- -" . · Out-of-town guests- atT.thoVccle 'Bration, planned by Mr. -"and-'-Mr 33uttermore's children were: ~ Mr Charles Eicher of Erie, Mrs. Charl 'Cawrcncc, Willard Tannehlll an Mrs. Pearl Glenn,- Pittsburgh; and Mrs. J. G, GormanrMrs7 Minn D'Ncll, siscr o£Mr^Butfcirobre, an daughter, Mrs." Ruth "Bracken, Mi Keesport; Mrs. A. J. Tannehlll, si ier of Mrs. Buttermore, and Mrs Ruth Richey, Scdiidalc;'- Mrs, Mar Fee and daughtere.'Mrs.^Vickers.^n John Van Swcarlngen r 13rownsvm Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Buttermore" an Daughter, Sara, California, Pa.; M and Mrs. James Englcka, Rockwoo Mrs. Katie Gallcntine, sister of Mrs Buttcrmore, and daughter, Ella, Clayton, Kan,; Mr. and Mrs. Norrna Lcighliter and daughter, Hafric Kcistervillc; Mr. and Mrs. Hampto Leighliter, Upper Middletown, an Miss Grace Murphy, Orient. Marjorie A; Ashe, Former Local Girl, Weds Detroit. Man Will Meet Thursday. The W. TV. Pickett Class ol th First Methodist Protestant Church will hoM its monthly business an social meeting Thursday evening the home of Mrs. Mary Pryor Horth Pittsburg street. A beautiful wedding, look place aturday- evening VI the home of Mr id Mrs. Stanley-P.~Ashe' m R'tv'er- ,ew avenue, Pittsburgh, when their aughtcr, Miss Marjorie Anne Ashc, ecame the bride of Edwin Frederick torcy ot Detroit, Mich., son of the to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Arthur torey. The ceremony was pei- ormcd at 8:30 o'clock by Rev. Roy Mannc, pastor of the Bellcvue flethodlst Episcopal Church, in the rcscnce of members of, the immedi- te families. About fifty were resent. The bride wore a beautiful gown 1 ivory satin with long tight sleeves, rimmed with seed pearls, and a ll round collar of seel pearls. Her oil of ivory tulle fell from a coro- et of seed pearls and her flowers vcre white orchids, tied with ivory elvct ribbon. Miss Betty Ashc, her sister's only ttendant, wore dusty rose crepe, vith a bolero of appliqucd with repe. " I n h;r hair she wore a luster ol spring flowers that dupli- ated those of her bouquet. The bride's mother chose a dcl- ihinium blue lace gown, and wore a TMorsage of orchids. Frank E. Storey of Detroit served is his brother's best man. The ceremony was supplemented y a reception. The wedding is ol interest in Con- ncllsvillc, where the Ashc . family esided before locating in Pittsburgh. Mr. Ashe is a former superintendent of the ConnellsviUe schools. The bride was graduated from Allegheny _ College, Mcndvillc, nnd vas a teacher in the Bellevue Elinor Louise Duggan And Caroline Cochran, Brides-Elect, Honored Miss Dorothy Duggan entertained at a 1:30 o'clock bridge luncheon Saturday afternoon at her home in South Eighth street, Greenwood, honoring her cousin, Miss Elinor Louic Duggan, nnd Miss Mary Caroline Cochian, brides-elect. Five tables of contract bridge were in play, prizes being won by Miss Helen Matthews and Miss Mary Lou UtU. Guest prizes were received by Miss Duggan and Miss Cochran. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Frank Byrne of Scottdalc and Miss Ida Sieber ot Dawson. Miss DuKcan, who will become the bride ot Harold M. Peas of Atlanta; Ga., Saturday noon, has osked Miss Mary Lightburn to be her maid of honor. " Thorton Deas will be his brother's best man. The wedding -will take place at the Rectory of the Immaculate Conce'ptlon Church wit! the pastor, Rev. Henry Gcibel, officiating. A reception at the Duggrm home in South Pittsburg street will supplement the ceremony. Miss Duggan and her fiance will honor guests nt a party to be ivcn Wednesday evening by Mr nd Mrs. Frank Byrne of Scottdnle nd a buffet supper at which Mrs 3asil J. Solsson will be hostes hursday evening nt her home in sabclla road. Miss Cochran will become thi ride of Edward F. Clarke on Satur- ay, April 30. '. V. Leasures Mark Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Torancc V. Lcasur elebrated their silver wedding an iiversary with a family dinner Sun- lay at their home at Pcnnsvillc. The able was attractively centered with blue bowl of red rosebuds nnd Scotch heather. Red tnpers in blue loldcrs were at either end of the able. The honored guests received many lovely gifts. Out-of-town guests were J. A. Morgan of Al- oonn. t,. E. Dragoo ot Conncllsville md Jack Quicswite of Beaver FMK Miss Margaret Helen Hosteller, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hosteller of Scottdalc become the wife of Torancc V. Lcasurc, son of Mrs. Amanda Lcasure of Alvcrton, \bruary 19, 1913. at the Hosteller home. To the union four children High School prior to her-marriage. _;On their return Irom 3 wedding rip,-Mr. and Mrs. Storey will reside In Detroit, where the bridegroom is research engineer lor the Packard Motor Company. .. Out-of-town guests, at the wedding neludcd'the," bride's · grandmother, r.-W. S.' Heeler ol Monroe, an uncle and aunt, Mr." and Mrs. C. Roy Hetzerol this city. Dr. B. F.'_Ashe of Miami, Fla.,-and W. F. Ashc of Kaukauma-,'~Wrs.7;broth"ers~"ol Mr Ashe; Mrs. E. H. Potter of Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. John Klmgcncr ol Mcadvlllc, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Slorcy, Mr. nnd Mrs Albert Rouse and Albert Arndt, all ot Detroit. MARY C. SMITH BECOMES BRIDE OF DANIEL STANKO Announcement is made ot the marriage of Miss Mary C. Smith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pau Smith of Leiser.ring 3, and John Stanko, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dame Stanko, also ol Lcisenring 3. Th« ceremony took place Tuesday, February 15, at 8:30 o'clock at St. John's Roman Catholic Church in the Wcs Side. Rev. S. Moravek, pastor, officiated. The bride wore a rust dress with green accessories.' Her maid honor, Miss Pauline R. Balent o Lcisenring 3, was sttircd In green with "rust accessories. John Farrls also~bf'Leisenring 3, served as Mr Stanko's best man. ."A wedding dinner for members o both families was served at th home o£ Ihe bride. Mr. and Mrs. Stanko will rcsid with_thc bride's parcnls. 2URS.",FKED CROPP.HOSTESS ':-;_TO;,YOK.T:NITE :BEIDGE CLUB .".~The".Fort~NIte Bridge Club "was "en ic'rfained -Thursday, night by Mrs Frcd-Cropp at her home in Chcstnu street "Two tables were arranged fo contract bridge. High prize wa "awarded to Mrs. Berwyn Herbert an draw, to Miss Betty Howard. Alte the games Ihe hostess served a daint lunch, assislcd by Miss Alice Cropp "-Mrs.'H. H. Anderegg will entcrtai the"club Friday evening, March 4, a her home in Race strccl. r.. . Edna Rugs Honored. "Aliss Edna Rugg was honored at delightful party Friday evening hcr'homc in Hyndman street, Sout ConnellsviUe, the occasion markin her fifteenth birthday anniversary The party was arranged by Mis Rugg's lather, Harry Rugg, and he brothers, George and Jimmy. Game and dancing were among the diver stons. At a Jate hour lunch wa served by Mrs. Florence Kemp, as sisted by Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Shaw The honoree rrreived many beautiful and useful gif f f Christian Fhilathcas to Sleet. -The Philathca Class of the Chris tian Church will meet Tuesday eve ning at the home ol Mrs. Georg Percy in Johnston avenue. The ses sion will convene at 7:30 o'clock. -"· and HIS ;FAMOUS BAND LUCKY STAR Unloutown, Pa. WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 23rd BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL. PRESS By Shapara* Barclay -The Authority en Authorities" NERVE REQUIRED PLENTY OF nerve Is required to lend awny from your own ace against a suit contract, In the hope that your partner ha» tho king-. But if that I* your only chance to get « ruff which IB necessary in order to beat the conlract, you have no alternative. You risk giving tho'opponent an ovortrick in return for an opportunity to down him. That sort o{ gambling constitutes winning bridge. reckon on his opponent In the Went, Robert R. Graham of San Francisco. When South led the diamond K to the accord trick, Mr. Graham won with the A. He real- zed that If he could get East into :hc lead before the diamond 2 was licked up, he Had a chance to act Lho contract. With that hope in mind, he decided to lead a low spado from his own tenace holding, in tho hope thftt tho npndo K was in the East hand. It was. East got the significance ot this and returned a club, which Mr. Graham ruffed. Aa a result, the contract nils net one trick. Tomorrow's Problem + A . 9 8 2 V J 8 6 · K J 10 9 7 3 + K Q (Dealer: West. Both aides vul nerable.) Wrat's opening bid on thl» deal was 1-Spade, North doubled, East bid 2-Spadcs, South 3-Dlamondn, West 3-Spndes and North 5-Dia- mondB. Agninxt this contract, Weat led hla singleton club, which South won wilh the Q. The contract looked perfectly wile to the declarer with Iho lots of one Irick in diamonds and one In upade*. However, the declarer failed to W. L Lewis fo Speak At D. A. R. Luncheon i T I A f j. I W Tuesday Atternoon Uocm I porte FREIGHT LOADINGS DECLINE FOR WEEK Philip Freeman Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution will observe Washington's Buthday with a 1 o'clock luncheon and pio- gram Tuesday afternoon ot the chapter's room at (the Carnegie Free Library. ', W. L. Lewis, member of the High School faculty, will be the guest speaker. , WASHINGTON, Feb. 21.--The As- I American Railroad rc- tcd 542,091 cnr/ of revenue freight wore loaded duriilg the week ended February 12 I This' was a decrease of 21,749 cars or 3.9 per cent, (compared with the preceding week jand n decrease of 145,532, or 21.1 per cent, compared with a year ago. TROOP ·!, GIRL SCOUTS, TO MEET TUESDAY NIGHT Troop 4, Girl Scouts of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the church. Each Scout is asked to bring an empty bottle, paper and pencil nnd ten cents. j Girl Scout Leaders fo Meet. Girl Scout leaders, captains and ' lieutenants, will meet this evening at I 7:30 o'clock at the Christian Church in South Pittsburg street. A fine turnout is expected by Mrs. William M. Fox, president of the local Girl Scout Council. « Q J 10 5 V Q 9 8 · AK + K 3 6 4 + K 7 V A J 10 6 ·( · 8 6 2 *A.Q 10 (Dealer: West. Neither side vulnerable.) How should South play for 4-Hcnrts against leads of the diamond A and K, followed by a switch to the pade Q? Bear In mind that West opened the bid* ding with 1-No Trump. Licensed to Wed. Arthur Joseph Pickstone of Whitsett and Margaret Olive Cartwrisht of Pcrryopolis were licensed to wed at Uniontown. Tuesday Bingo, B. B. M. Club, 621 Snydcr street. Lunch and prizes, 25c.--Advertise- ment.-- 2Ifcb-It. Missionury Socicly to IMcei. The Highland Missionary Circle ot the Highland Baptist Church will meet Thursday evening ol this week at the home of Mrs. Virgic Anderson instead ot with Mrs. Scotl. The lime is 7:30 o'clock. SmaMirs Window. Arrested. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 21--James Davis, 65, formerly ot Cumberland, Md , was captured by police alter an exciting race. He allegedly smashed a large plate glass window in a chain store. verc born, Torancc, Jr., June, Gcnc- /Jeve- and Bcalricc. Mr. and Mrs. rnsurc formerly resided in Con- ncllsvtlle. CLARA STOUFFER OF DAWSON HOSTESS TO LIBERTY CLUB The Friday Night Q Club of Libcr- y was pleasantly entertained Friday evening at the home of Miss Clara Stouflcr at Dawson. Ten members nnd one guest, Mrs. Eldon Suthcr- ond, were present. Alter the business session, bingo was the diversion. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ida Hunker, VIrs Frank Husband and Mrs. Sutherland received prizes. Mrs. Margaret Stouffer received the club prize. The hostess served a delicious lunch, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Margaret Stouffer. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, March 4, at the home of Mrs. Katherine Pallcrson. At this time "Q sisters" will be revealed. BINGO TARTY FOLLOWS D. OF U. V. MEETING The Daughters of Union Veterans met Friday evening at Elks Hall in East Crawford avenue. Following the business session bmgo was played Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Hallie Pirl, Mrs. Amelia Pcnrod and Mrs Eliza Fclton. The nexl meeting wil be held Friday, March 4. MISS VIOLET M. WILLIAMS BRIDE OF JOSEPH II. CODER Mrs. Catherine Williams of Gary, Ind., a former resident of Moncsscn, announced the marriage of her auRhter, Miss Violet M. Williams, f Moocsscn, to Joseph H. Cobcr, son f Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Cobcr of 3ellc Vernon. The wedding took lace Saturday, February 12, at oon. Rev. Eiscnbergcr of the First Tcsbytcrian Church at Cumberland, Id., officiated. The couple was attended by Miss -Iclcn Maple of Charleroi nnd Louis 5. Cober, a brother of the bride- room. Mrs. Cobcr is a graduate of Mon- sscn High School, the McKccsport Hospital Training School for Nurses nd is affiliated with the Gcmmill lospital of Moncsscn. Mr. Cobcr, a graduate of Call- ornia State Teachers College, is the ndustrial arts instructor ot the 'cnn Township High School near 'canncttc. The couple will be at home with he bridegroom's parents until a atcr date. COVERED-DISH SUPPER AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH A George Washington covered-dish supper for the Junior department of the First Christian Church will bo held Tuesday evening at 5:30 o'clock at the social room of the church Each person is to bring a covered- dish. Friendship Bible Class Meets. The February meeting ot the Friendship Class of the Unltcc Brethren Church at Pleasant Hil was held Friday at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bignm a Pleasant Hill. The president, E. E Cox, conducted the devotional; which opened with a hymn, "Swcc Hour" of "Prayer," and closed with prayer by James Crlse. Atfer a brief business session the meeting closed with the class repeating thi Lord's Prayer in" unison. Twenty^ six members and one visitor wen present. One member, Carl Bauer was reported on the sick list. Game were enjoyed, pn/cs being won bj Mrs. Laura Fulton, Mrs. Ida Cox Mrs. Carl Bauer, Mrs. Orion Eiche and Dorothy Bigam. There was an exchange of valentines" amon "twilight" brothers and sisters. A a late hour lunch was served. Thi next meeting will be held March li at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. AIv; Eicher of Scottdale. Will Meet Tuesday. The Past Chiefs Association o Athens Temple No. 80 will mcc Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Ella LaRuc, 204 East Crawford avc nuc. Elsie E. Newell Weds William P. Rosskamp Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Elsie E. Newell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Newell of Dawson, and William P. Rosskamp, son of Mrs. William Rosskamp of Dunbar. The ceremony took place Friday evening, November 10, 1937, at Somerset with Justice of the Peace B. E. Graver officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Rcilly ol 5unbar were the attendants. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosskamp were graduated from Dunbar Township Ugh School, members of the Class of 1934. The bridegroom, who was graduated in 1933 from the Dunbar High School, is employed by the 'cnnsylvanla Wire Gins* Company t Dunbnr. For the present (he couple will reside with Mr. Ross- camp's mother. VALENTINE EXCHANGE MARKS MEETING OF C. C. CLASSS A Valentine exchange was a lea- ure of the regular meeting of the Christian Culture Class of the First United Presbyterian Church, held Triday evening at the home ol Mrs. John Lowcry in East Washington nvenue. Mrs. Bert Conner, president, was in charge. Mrs. Henry Pritchctt ed the devotionals and read several selections. Lunch was served by a committee comprising Mrs. Lowcry, Mrs. Harry McClain and Mrs. Conner. The March meeting will be held at the church wilh Ihe execulive com- millee hoslcss. PARTY WILL SUPPLEMENT MEETING OF W. B. A. The regular meeting of the Woman's Benefit Association will be held Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall, East Crawford avenue A Washington's Birthday party will follow the business session. All mcm- oers are asked to bring n hobo lunch Bingo will be the diversion. GROUPS H. I. J. K. WILL GIVE CARD PARTY Groups H. I. J. K. of the Immaculate Conception Church will give a benefit card and bingo party this evening at the social hall of the church. Games will begin promptly at 8:30 o'clock. A number of beautiful prizes will be awarded. EDNA REBEKAH LODGE WILL GIVE SUPPER WEDNESDAY The Edna Rcbekah Lodge will give covered-dish supper Wednesday night at 0:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Members are to invite a Iricnd. The regular meeting ol the lodge will tollow and at the close bingo will be played. BIRTHDAY DINNER GIVEN FOR HARRY J. JOHNSTON Mrs. Harry J. Johnston gave a roast pig dinner Sunday evening at iier home in South Ninth street, rcenwood, in honor of the birthday anniversary of her husband. Covers for twelve, including members ot the family and close friends, were laid al a beaulifully appointed table. The centerpiece was yellow daffodils, while gracing cither end of the table were green tapers in crystal holders. The honor guest was presented wilh a large birthday cake iced wilh while and decorated with red cherries. He also received many other gifts. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack DeChant ol Akron, Ohio. B. P. W. CLUB TO MEET AT WEST PENN MODEL HOME The semi-monthly meeting of the Business Professional Women's Club will be held Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the West Pcnn Model Home. A business session will be held, after which nn interesting program, planned by the international relations committee, will be given. WiU Meet Tuesday. The R. W. B. Club of the Daughters ot America will meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Carrie Graft, 1101 Vine street. There will be an exchange of comic valentines. The serving committee consists of Mrs. Graft, Mrs. Mary Lou Weaver, Mrs. Jean Filburn and Mrs. Carmine Earie. I. II. N. Class to Meet. The I. H. N. Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the church. P. H. C. Gives Tarty. Tho Prelected Home Circle held a card nnd bingo party Saturday nigh nt P. H. C. Hall. Prizes were won by the following: Five hundred- high, Mrs. J. B. McWilliams; second, Mrs. William Hobaugh; third, Gladys Fowler; bingo--hifih, Miss Stella Reagan; second, Mrs. Keslar; third, Mrs. John Collins; special bingo-high, Mrs. Edna Piern; second, Mrs. Maude Hobaugh; third, Mrs. Clyde Neth; door, Mrs. Bessie Miles. First U. B. Meetings. The Sunday Church School Executive Council will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. Every member is asked lo altcnd. A meeling of the Women's Aid Society will be held Wednesday night at the close of the mid-week prayer service. or Plain DRESSES Beautifully Dry-Cleaned Slight extra charge for call and delivery service. Radiantly renewed by finest, safest process, at pre-season savings. Act now and beat the Spring rush! I'HOJfE l!Ki5 Cash Carry Cleaners 157 W. Crawford Avenue. S21 Wrst Crawford Avenue. See All That's New for Spring At. FOR A PERSONALITY WARDROBE of your own clever making Rayon Crepe SPRING PRINTS Your dresses fashioned from this Spring design crepe will not pull at the seams . . . and that means something! 30- in. See it. Gay Cotton Rexshan Prints Sharp, clcai - , appealing fast color prints. And sanfor- ized shrunk! Intriguing ''designs on harmonizing back- Kroumls. 36-in. ORK LOTHES --Low Prices --Good Quality Shop Troutman's for Work Togs Fill empty aoclcola and replace dim bulbs with MAZD A lamps mad* by G-E, and enjoy bettor light mt no extr» cost. NOW UIGHTEK THAN tYIK. 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