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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 8, 1939
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PACE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVIL.I.R PA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH S, 1939. By LYNNE B. KOTCELL Rev. F. J. Bailey Talks on "Marijuana" At Meeting of Junior Culture Club Appearing as guest speaker at a ; meelirig o£ 'the Junior Culture Club j held 'Tuesday night at the club | rooms at the Carnegie Free Library, Rev. F. J. Bailey, district chaplain for boys of Idaho, gave an informative talk on "Marijuana." In part he 'said: "Marijuana is a hemp which comes from India. It is used extensively in Mexico and was brought here during the war in.lD16-1917 when Mexican labor was brought here to work in our steel mills. "The weed will grow anywhere without cultivation, requiring only six weeks for a "plant to be fully grown. The effects of marijuana are drastic, breaking down the mind, morals and body of all who iise it. It is unpredictable what a person will d o ' u n d e r the influence o f ' t h e drug. "Marijuana is used extensively in Pittsburgh and is very commonly used by soldiers in Panama." The speaker said that the English interpretation o£ marijuana is Mary Jane. A Fennsylvanai Day program, in : charge of Miss Mae Zimmerman and presented 'by Girl Scout Troop Nol 6, Miss Daisy Allen captain, was an additional feature of the meeting. The program was: Vocal solo, "Pennsylvania." written by Grace Rphrer, Jean Goe, accompanied by Norma Elp.ern." Talk, "Pennsylvania Trees," Marjorie Errett. Quotations from famous authors, Dorothy Daniels. Reading,' "Plant a Tree," Melva Burdick; Saxophone solo, "Trees," Betty Mitchell, accompanied by "Miss. Elpern. "Pennsylvania Be.autiful,". Gloria DePola. " """ Musical reading, " B e a u t i f u } Woods," Jean Goe, accompanied by Miss Elpern. ' "Three Kinds of Tree Planting," Sally MinercL ' "' "Poem, "I Am a Tree," Betty Lou Lewis. Vocal duet, "O Faithfu] Pine," Dorothy Daniels and Betty D.eBplt, with Miss EJpern at tbV p"ianh;-juia Betty Mitchell playing ftie" saxophone accompaniment'."" Talk, "PJarit Trees," plair Vernon. " ' ~" Vocal solo, "Pennsylvania," written Ty" Jack" Keefer, Murfel Mc- Caims. Miss Elpern was" ilia ac- ip'mpanist.""" 'A~ Susiness mooting, conducted by the"[u : ci[[crent t greceded the'prpjjrarn. A~""ptan was adopjted to rnpney to ife'uf'afi for the purchase p.J few fed'dogwood \rees k bg glMlKl ftt trie cmtr;mce to the GonhellsviUe Air.- port. Lunch was ?"·"** by- the hostesses, Miss Irene Lucius, chairman. Ap.- pointmcuts were in keeping with St. Patrick's Has. Tie .table was covered with a. beautiful lace cloth and etui tared with white carnations in a shamrock bowl. At either end of the table were green tapers in erysjal holders. The auditorium was decorated with the State Iww, hemlock, and the State- bird, ruffed gr-ouse, king oil; birds. " ' TTTe next niesling, sdiqdulcd. for Tuesday night, WhirSh 21,. "wfu" Tie featured, by'a. "style, show to b.e BfB-- senteci thro.uj*h. th.e. .cciirtesy. of CF, g. Dayjdson.. tpcul clubs. "fiflvs invited and each rnern.b.ei' may YOUNQWOOD tODGE MAKES " " Pride, of Ypungwbo'd Sfstejhpqd the "Darn"' : "of Malta" celebraled" i 19th anniversary Tuesday night at Malta Hall. Among the guests wer.e Soveriegn Protector ' Mrs. Anna 5. Fairgneve, and Mrs. Mary. Wagner, a member of the committee on law, both of Pittsburgh. Past protectors »f the : ¥oungwcoel' Dames of Malta put on some beautiful floor work, spelling "We.lcpme to the s£tverc.if|n." ' About two. tiundredT* w.omer^" r-e- presenlin.g" difrer'erir^tei'hoo'ds, w.ere present. iTrom Cormelisvil|o w.ere: «,».·.--*._.-!·.--*_·_ ,i,r- jj£_- Catherine \Velsh" SJrs.. "Stella '" M.rSj K ! MrsTEdna Kqwi, ivfrs. Ijena B.?h Mrs. EdfUi Dunston, MjsT AHy" dew", Mrs; Pg)»rf Fiashji- ajii Marttm Gharleswort^ ^nd. Miss ifeffley. ofhers ' attandinij Mrs. C\£fZ R leSS^! JVto' Jones and Mis. Upton Speer of Dunbar. BABJT EIETJUHES TO BB A rtispby oJ baby. pictur« va\l ba ttie. higilUflht oi a mdting. ef the J. L. Eroudfit Class ol- the Birst PF«»- hytouaa Ehunii, sch«*iled f»r ' o'clock Thursday evening at ttig Usrae. of"MTs.~Caf? Sheetz in Porter aver nue. All members are requested to bring their prize baby picture. The committee for the meeting emprises Mrs. C. E. Rothlesberger, Mrs. G. E. Goe and Mrs. H. S. Mavtz. John W. Oswald, Former Local Man, Weds Ethel Stepp A beautiful wedding q£ local interest took place Monday afternoon, February 27, at RusselUpn when Miss Ethel A. Stepp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meile Stepp of RussselUon, became the bride of John W. Oswald, son of Charles Oswald of Highland avenue, this city. The ceremony took place iif 5 o'clock at the East Union Manse with the pastor, Rev. H. M. Bruce, officiating. The bride chose for her wedding ensemhle a beautiful royal blue frock ·\. ith beige trimmirig, two-toned blue sandals and a beige-coat. She carried a bridal bouquet of talisman rpses and baby breath. The maid qf honor, Miss Florence Brislin of Butler, wore a (rock of luggage tan and beige, and a shoulder corsage of talisman roses and baby breath. Norma Jean Stepp, sister of the bride, was flower girl. She wore yellow chiffon and white, and carried a small basket _of baby breath and talisman roses. T. L. Stepp., brother o£ the bride, served as Mr. Oswald's best Immediately 'after the ceremony a reception was held at the home" qf the bride, immediate mepibers b^ bqtii families attending. ' ' ' ' The tables were made attractive with the bridels bququet and a wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. The 'bride was graduated from the Springdale High School. The bridegroom, a graduate of Dunbar Township High School, is employed by the Republic Steel Corporation at Russellton.' . · - The couple will reside for the present with the bride's parents. MBS. S. K. JJtiEY HOSTESS IQ U. B. WIN ONE CLASS The monthly meeting ol the Win One Glass of the Eiivit United" Broth- ten Church hold Tuesday BVC- njpg at Ihe Ijome of Mrs. S^ K. Huey, Race street. Mrs. J. \Y. Collias was C-Qrhostess. The" meeting opened -with singing "Webie. a Stnzy. to'Givo to Nations." Mcs. A. J. Hutanc read tho Sefipture, ajter svhigb. a'pecio'd" q£ tsstimony'on ·iWhat Dn'e Chjiatian" Can 'So" to @.arry. the Scdptuia ta Others,!-'- was gival by Mr?.'. E. A. Schultz. Mrs. WiHiam'Laiusan gaiia a ialk on '-'Why She. Belieyfis io TMissions.'^ Player mas offered by Mrs. H. A. Slephen- son. A hymnj-i;iji Ca»st There Is l¥o East or Wes_t,!'. was "sung. ' Mrs". 'E. T, Whipkey, leadei; c3 Uie p'regtam spoke, on 'iChdsliaaity and ' Home li£e. Armind. ^^ World." T-he "de- vational period clsssd- wiW the Lnrd.'s Erayer, repaatsd in Ufiison. '" A sJaott busiaess saBsiba "faTlowed. The hastess soiaw'd luneli, assisterl by JJrs. Hufiiiu^ Mrs. H. L/ik-boHs,' Mrs. StepheiisQii, Mts,'A.' B. ' Jileklv'een, .Miss. Delia Mac Binmes aricf'"Mr's. .Irene M.' Laudiafelel.' KtgfH etUB fORMBLATES "5RE.ASS pea eAMpj'ivt; Meeting -ftiesday'riigJiTpt the home et Mias-' "Geraldriie : Wx:ir at South CsuneHsviHe," Ine Kisivi felub formii- iat«3 plans for- a campmg' trip. Ten jaarnbtes " were " presqnt and .Miss Eoggy Baaeif, presjiijnt, "was ." " In cUa'rge £* the 'meeting. ........ Biage, five huadred and Chinese chsokers- wte 'Hie 'diversions of "the evening,. with Miss Cathefmc 'Herraan winning the biiigo and "five" Hundred pciijei iBd Mre. 'WilHam' Mzzi,"the Chinos* choclter* award. Later jiunch Miat sar.vo4 by the hostess. ...... TiiEsday, Mareh' 31,' ''Miss Bauer will eatectiin 'ths' club at' her home " .......... Heads Navy Nurses \ Junior Auxiliary Sue S. Causer is pictured in Washington after she officially took over new post as superintendent of the United States Navy nurse corps. Alumni Will Sponsor Annual Senior Prom To Be Held in June At a meeting of the senior prom tJmmiUee of the Connellsville j Alumni Association, held Monday night, it was decided lo hold the annual senior prom commencement i evening at the Pleasant Vajley Cour.- ' try Club. The prom, sponsored by the alumni, will be the last event ol cpmmencement week in June. j Orches'tras have been contacted I and the one selected will be an-! nounced later. Wjth Local Members Nine members and two guests, Clark B a i l e y and Mrs. '" Glen Str'ickler attended the March ting of the Junior Auxiliary to the Saturday Afternoon Club of Vanderbilt at which Mrs. Thomas Acker ar.d sister, Miss Ruth Love, were co- hostesses Tuesday night at th.cir home in Franklin a'vlnue. Miss Love, president, was in charge of the business meeting slid Mrs. Virginia Seifert was leader of the program on "Old Songs." ' member responded to the roll call by harning their favorite old song. The program was: Paper, '"Down by the Old Mill Stream," prepared by " Mrs. Stella Collins and read by Miss Lola Newmyer; paper, "Sweet Adeline," Mrs. Jeannette A c k e r ; piano solos "Down By the Old Mill Stream" and "Sweet Adeline," Clark Bailey; "Silver Threads Among the Gold," Mrs. Gladys Betz; vocal duet, ''Silver Threads Among the Gold," Miss Ruth Loye and Mrs. Jeannette Acker, with Mrs. Betz at the piano; paper, "Casey Jones," Mrs. Hilda Dunn; p i a n o solo, "Moonlight Sonata," Clark Bailey; " paper, "Dixie," Mrs. "Hazel Lcighty; ' vocal duel, " the Hiver Shannon Flows," Misj fyith Love and Mrs. Acker, with Mrs. Florence Love playing the piano accompaniment. Games were played after the program, prizes taping won by Clark Bailey. Mrs. Ellanoir Herron. Mrs. Hazel Leighty and Mrs. Glen Strickler. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses,' assisted by their mother, Mrs. Florence Love. MARGAKET VAN" SWEARINGEN' FE'TED' dN" 85TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Margaret Van Swearingen of North Union township was fetod with a dinner Saturday at the home of her. daughter! Mrs. Ida Liride'rman of near Flalwoods, the occasion marking her eighty-fifth birthday anniversary. Eight of the honor guest's children and their families, representing four generation's, were' present! Covers u-hre placed lor Mr. and Mrs. Charles i RanUiu and family, Lindsay, Robert! and Rowenna; Mr. and Mrs'. 'GJja'iles j Maiist and children, and: MRS. W. B. DOWNS. AGAIN' HEADS MAH"!?'DICK CLASS Mrs. Charles R. Graft entertained the Mary E. Dick Bible Class of the First United ' Presbyterian Church Tuesday evening at' her hqme. In Orchard avenue. The prayer group, in charge of Mrs. J. French Ker.r, held a short meeting before" the business 'sessioriV Sirs", R. B. Hyatt read a story on "Prayer." Mrs. W. B. Downs, president, was in charge of the' Business" period. Plans for a class banquet, to be held after Easter., \vejre disqusse.d- l^inety T eight calls were made by the class during the past moqth. After all business was taken car-o of the following officers for the coming year yere elected: President, Mrs. JAMES WHNaiBRfcS MAKK WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and" Kir's. "James"" Weinzierl celebrate^ their fourth wedding anniversary with a family dinner 'Sim- day noon at their home ' in Fainter street, South Connellsville. The table was graced with a bojjjjueA of lovely spring' flowers. Out-o£-tow.i persons gresent were Mr. and M\s. J. JL" 'Harris and litlic daughteV, Judy of Mead'ville, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Voettme^ Jr., a.nd son, WiUiasa, aa'd Mr. 'Vo;ttirief u s "mo.thej:, Mrs. W. B.'-Vpe'Hmer'qJ ' ' Mes. Karwe is. 'a' daughter of . AKoinzicrl B»d"Mrs."W." B. Vpettlner, Jr-., a rtieee of Mr." Wiin'jiert Helen Van Swearingen, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Van Swearingen, daughter, Virginia; H. L. Van Swearingen, s.Qns, Arthur and John William; Mr. and Mrs.' John Q. Van Swearingen, children, "Wendell, Ray, Margaret Ann, Thelmo, Willard. and Emma. Mrs. Van Swearingen has resided at the old homestead near Bothelboro Cor more than sixty years." She enjoys fine health,' despite" Ker advance'd years. Represeijtijjg the third and fourth § e .P er at)ons ,are twenty-three grand-, chilclre.n and five gccatr-gra'h^criirdren.' CHURCH" OF fiO'b GJRLS "CLASS HAS PROGRAM j Plans for building up 'tfiefgeruar; Siris "Class of the"iChurcVoi""Gb"di were at a mecB0g Tuesday' at the borne o£ the te'achei",'lVIrs7"Pi'cd · Mc.Elh.aney,' ol South" Ninth" stre'el. The devotional pcrio]'pcccefling"Cusi- ngss was in charge o.'f Mary'Mar^l-ct Hixonbaugli, ^ri'er«ara'""ttiefa' was the loUqwin^ procram: " Solo, Helen" Turney, accnmpanied o.n guitar by. A.lice"t,lun-a5;'cjtiajtet, gospel §ofijs, 'FJciferic'c" Hfxejibauah', ·Heren Pritthardr'Tfielma "ffaTl "and Marjr Margaret HixenbWgh;" solo, K^therine "Tm-ney; ' "duel," Holgn Pritchard and Florence Tiixcubaugh; ?pl°L Mary Ma.rearet Hixenhaugh'. Lun.c.h was. KOrv:e'd~Sy Mrs. "M(j- Ethaney, assisted by. Alices MiTrjai-. The tieit meeting will boMar'cli gg at tlic home of ATIce Wurra'y."" Otlcrbein Guili! Meets. The monthly meeting of the Otterbein Guild of the' United Brethren Church was held Monday, night at the home of Jsan nnd Darothy Oster- Wiso in East Graen street. In the | absence. oJ the eresident. Olive Cox, vice-president, was i« charge. A short business session was held during I which ofHeers. were "elecfeS as "follows: President, Cathen ? e"lZimm7eT- man; vice-president, OJive Coxi scy-1 tary, Jean Oste.nvJse; «issislant"seci-e- tar-y, Frances Leichliter; ' feisuVej, Ann CassJer; secretary of literature, Delia Mae Barnes; se'crs[ary"~'of stewardship, Helen Ruth Henry; sec^ retary of thank offering';^ D'orofhy Kei-n; collectors^ Gladys BrQo£s,"Do'r- ottiy "Hoove'-, K.-ithleen jlopyer "and Grace Younkin, 'and' patroness! Mrs" S. K. fluey. ' ' -- -- Normalvlllc Girl Licensed. Harold Howard "oT Kroger and Katheryn Firastone ' o( Nor.majy.jjle were licensed to "wed " at 'c'reens- bvirg. Pierce; treasurer,"Mrs. ff. D.'May; teacFiBr, Mrs. R. B. Hyatt; assistant, Mrs. W. B. Long. ' " ' A social hour followed. The hostess served liipch. "assisted by Mrs. "Wilson, Mrs. J. H. Moore and Mrs. J. C. Showman. PARTY GIVEN FOE BENEFIT. ' · OF B7P."W.1ES¥At~FyNp A delightful b_en_efU card "gafty, proce'ects lo be for'tlie dental fund, of the Busmess and "Professional Wo- men'i"C'lub', was~"given Monda.x'njght at 'ihe XVest" Pqnn " Model" pjaine. Sponsoro'd bj j^rSj B. L. SHOWftlAN, O. R BBBAB, A!f5BBgSKS" B. L. Showman, 'president of Order qf the Railway Conductors of eonnellsvjlle', jp"oke"at' a' meeting of the Ladies 1 'Auxiifarjr 'fp the p, B7 C.', held Tuesday afternoon at the Y. M." £. A- Mr. Showman's talt eeneetReii cooperation, between the men's lodge and the auxiliary. One application for membership was received. It was announced that a recent bingo party met with fine success. " - - ·- Will Entertain ThE Mji-^-Oeed "eiufi" will be eoterlainod Thursday evening at e home- of Mrs. Sara Liston', West Side. " " ' " · · ' " · - Other Society News en Page myer, Misses. Grace-a»d Sara Adams and Miss Dorothy Sherrick, the party was quitfj g SMg.c"css % Six tables, were ara-angcd for bridge and four for Chinese checkers. Miss Irma Wshbach received the bridge prize, wh^ the award for Chinese checkers went to Mrs. Jnnies R. Stein.' Miss Janice Kahn won" the door prize. Tasty refreshments were ser-ye,ej at the close pi the gomes'. "Trie"benefit ^^'as attended'by "jorly'rllve nicrnfiors arid guesji. - Mores. licenses w^ce issued at to Hear^ E- Johnatnu and Gladys I. Martin of Concollt.- Bgrka WJ-iJBltey and MaiJe C. o£ Mill Hun aad Paul Get- faett of . Pricedale and Bfanohe Biirliett of Leisonring. IF YOU up mLtiUt lUeia no. laager wortb u «rx easily?. Dawm 1^1 lore, - -- Iua£ taLo famous Lydia E. Plnkha-co's Vcgetabla poatfil. L«t. iU wholtsomjL hgrta tpd, cCTp*NaCtiWi6tdl(r'up piqre jjijiTilcal rc anco and tone up^ go that if can more eaaiSy tJlfpw pfT J^p "^upg" and give more energy to enjoy Uf«. MILLIONS of women have depended up- oa this Compound and have pused tho word along bo rriendj( jpd odchbou, aHd ta tiielt children. \Vhy.aot take Plnkbam'e Oompouod an4 CO "a " ' A. SHOPPE Easter fcnynftpntSj $1»00 Shampoo and FinffDP Wave t 35c. ~' ' DR. W. L. MQNSER Optometrlc Dye Specialist " "GLASSES' " McCrory guildjnj:, Ea.' JIary Cramer Hostess A meeting of the Ever 'Faithful Class of the First Evangelical Church ol South Connellsville will meet_ Thursday evening' ol this week at'th.e home p! Miss 13ary" Crarnei^ Pl.tts- burg street. The time is Y:30. Gradales Will Meet. j The Gradale Sprqrity will n^eet at j "'A^ o'clock Thursday evening at the Y. M C. -V 'The subject is "Jlan." ; DANGE TONtGHT To JUHX KIFEKLE HIS Featuring ·soloist -- ut "THE MAYFLOWER '·''.'»»' 118. EviLt-Min, Vn. SWING INTO SPRING Clty'« fin art-- luxurious Ihatoonuidera your *t Colton M oorafdrtabT* Ea'Ha, earn w*t«r b » t h . -Ship'* D»ek" ervrUokina new"FUyiim«Room" *riil LU« · Paul Auolit«i, Mgv. O N E Q F A l t A N T t C C I T T ' S E I N E S T H O T E L S For your Thursday Shopping we've selected things the Most People Want!--they're New--they're Low Priced the Fashion P i c t r e Casual and dressy models lo give you that perfect Spring feel. Smartest ' navy and black. Misses', women's, half sizes. that create a fashion stir Those delightful l i f t |-'e dressmaker, suits . . . "whose check or stripe jacket blends so pleasingly with tUe gqljd color skirt. Misses' sizes. Dresses for thqt exciting Spring look $ To catch ail eyes when you ·wear them. Pleasant tonics for present rundown wardrobes . . . . such grand glory for Spring. Tailored and dressy. Daytime Dresses of .French Crepe Spun Rayon In prints and solid colors. Wear them " to your afternoon affairs, to town, or for a bright gay feeling 'at' home. Sfi'sses' aiuT women's." We're proud of our --Tailored -- .Luce Trim They fit smooth]}-, they are fiiuily- tailqrecCthey've rip-proof seams . . . no wonder "we're proud of them! Of lovely rayon satin." 32"to. 44 sizes. "Scamp" Pan fry Stretchy r-ibbud rayon in · td A T 1 Q- N A L GHILDPJJM'S WEEK Boys' Beli 59c 76 studs, 6 jewels and 6 mountings" tq glace" in the perforations, ill your p.w-U design, name er initials. Of f u l l grain CQwhide.. Hoys' Jfciv PoiQ Shirts :,5?c f 6? ? Striped cotton pullovers with ribbed "boat neck or with, collar. 8 to 1'S siises. To Jar no\y! Tots' and Girls' Spring P. J.'s ........... sJiyC Of broadcloth and est- ton ci : epe. 2 to 8 sizes are one pc. style; '$ to 18's are two piece." N?»!V;SOOk Slips 2 to H sizes Fine, soft: slips in. built u p s t y l e . Ruffle trim. Fine Cotton I'nntles 29c' i U+- 3-4 .sizes. Putting Spring in PRINT ou Bayou CQ Ctepe, yd «J«?C You'll like these prints for fashioning . your own dtessesi " G e t busy' no%y. Rayon Satin in lingerie shades, yd. A" 39' inch faliric for lingerie, iinfpgs, ijiouse?. White, tearose, "p_eaclj; navy, biacS-' Playing Cards New for- Spri-ag entertaining. ' Attractive i""7" backs."' 3 Cecils .'.,,.. Til £ Bridge Tallies Set for' Z tables "Usually 28c a se.t; Attractive styles. Say fable Cloths ' " " air witli btigkt (lesfgiis in- coders t h e springs, to- kesp eiit «I^st and p«s;t-. pheme 8§D. Mattress Cove? Zips Oegs on ar(d oft ' easily. bet;a\(se p.f die conveiiien't "" . bar tacked corners, Euil and Clothes Hampers We Tiicy last . A special- -Housewaras Sale feature! Flat "fibre hampers wltU- pear) top. Bench and upright styles in blue,, iyopy, green, orchid, white with black or red. EnomeSware Sale Set of 3 Saiu* P a n s; Double Bailer; a tit. Covered SaiiGO Eftni ·1 qt. Covered -KoUIe) -Tea Kct- lic; Ptuxjolator. HARMONIZED MAKE-lIP ENSEMBLE A 'regular size box of Face Powder, 'with matched shades oE Rouge and Lipstick. All for the price of the powder alone-- $lilO ! $1.00 Bnlh Poivder iind 'l'qil ( t Water Set Woodburj-'s Soai), 4 ior .... .................... PJnUips' Milk.o? 3Ini;iii.'!jia, 2 for ............ CA «?·?*·· Favorites with blouse collectors In round collar style "with contrast stitching .. or pointed "collar' tailored -style. Choice of colors. 34 to iO sizes."" Cotton String Crt^ Sweaters"....."..'.."... 3\tC Pullovers with crew neck; in'shades of Spring. 34 "to 4Q . ' ' NEW FOE Sl'EIiG AND ONLY $1.59 Spacious Bags Bags roomy enough to carry all the "what nqts"'a woman can find. All smart creations--in navy, black, cranberry, japonica. Spring Gjoves Van R.aaltp cause 'you "love, nice "tilings""." High .fashion "fiands" the counlr.y o v e r ' "" HunHie « orshippers Jove these' fs 29c S5c to 50c yalues. All new a.nd {reshrr-an.d delicate "and 'dainty as a wee babJ's"frQck." Wiiite SvitTi flfa-vvn 'wort anil ~ ~ Spring Elowecs 1 Qc !E?ay Faniiliajr garden varieties For Longer Wear Aste- Sof -'-St«pdy yeu'll get siteli splendidAyear, A. semr-serylc'e hpse. 'that looks rouch sheerer than it is. Get a. paic 'Tliurs3ay.

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