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Friday, October 18, 1963
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10 Golesburo Reoisfcr-Moil. Golesburg^ 111. Present Annual Show Pdot SJon, Dk Fridov, Oct. 18, 1963 erne fetching, free-and-easy, fun and very fashionable would be the ratings for the fashions shown Thursday evening in the Pilot Salon at the Oeorge Churchill Junior High School. Presenting the show were members of Pilot Club, with fashions by Burgland 's Youth Fashions, 0. T. Johnson 's and Stern and Field. Fetching were the smartly styled shifts worn by Miss Vicki Gunther and Miss Salli Strong. Of brushed mohair, each had an inset of wool jersey with a soft cowl neckline. Miss Gun- Cher's was black purple and Miss Strong's pink. 1 Free and easy was the perfect blendship for a mohair pullover blouse with a vee neckline, modeled by Mrs. Richard Johnson. Worn with its own slim knit skirt, the smartly styled outfit was a lush shade of red with orange cast. Fun was exemplified by the •'adorable" sisters, Laurie and Lynne Hurst and the twins, Jean and Julie Hollingsworth, who started the parade of fashions. Laurie in red and Lynne in black, modeled zip front nylon stretch suits with pussy cat Collared white knit blouses. Jean and Julie were in perfect step as they appeared in their Striped blouses and solid red jersey slacks. * Very fashionable were the suits modeled by Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mrs. Harvey Hegge. Mrs. Swanson's slim skirt was stunningly topped by the new longer jacket of soft' silky wool lavishly collared with a big swoop of natural Norwe gian blue fox. The color, celery, With it she modeled a dyed to match pure silk blouse. Mrs. Hegge's three-piece suit of textured knit was holiday blue. The channel styled jack et was accented with pocket flaps edged in gold braid and touched with gold buttons. The shell buttoned with four small gold buttons. With it she had a deep velvet cloche. Very chic and very 'fallish' was the costume modeled by Mrs. Sam Swanson. The three- piece costume featured a graceful ringcollared long cuffed sleeved blouse, sleeveless vest and pencil slim skirt. The color was breen, the fail shade combining green and brown. Mrs. Robert Pfister's double knit suit from Italy was in gray, with the unique square design on the jacket reflecting two tones. Susan Willander's straight and smart jumper effect dress was of camel cotton suede. Bulky knit sleeves and collar added to this very popular style. This year one of the latest fashions for boys is white jeans. Worn with a dark cotton shirt, Mike Liby personified the latest. "Everyone has a mohair sweater" this fall and Debbie Swanson was no exception when she appeared in a hand knit multi-colored sweater from Italy. With the sweater she wore forest green wool and ny* Ion pants. Bridget Bohan, modeling the ever popular short coulotte of heek suede, teamed it with a printed blouse with the new turtle neckline. Models Other models appearing in the show were Connie Chadwick, Jeff Crain, Steve Gab* bert, Jimmy Prina, Damon Stotts, Beth Yemm, Miss Julie Brouillette, Miss Janet Goode, Mrs. W. W. Nelson, Mrs. William Gray and Mrs. Harry Weiner. Setting the scene were Bessie and Jessie, Mrs. Eileen Leyshon and Mrs. Mary St. George, respectively, the maids who clean the salon. Commentator was Mrs. Gay McGill. Music was by the Melody Mrs., from the Sweet Ade­ lines Chapter, composed of Mrs. Owen Buck, Mrs. Don Gossick, Mrs. Mike Davison and Mrs. Howard Tolley. Proceeds from the show are for the benefit of the Galesburg Council for the Mentally Retarded, and a $500 check was presented Mrs. George Froehlich, who represented the Sunnyside School, at the beginning of the show. Music was by Mrs. Davison, at the organ console, courtesy of Charles S. Gamble Co. Pianist was Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, and Gayla Rosine and Teddy Trulock. Mrs. Dorothy Lanstrum, president, spoke briefly. Miss Jeanette Burgland was general chairman and Mrs. Ruth Swanson, co-chairman. -By I. E. J. CTomens [^ge& £xcliancj,e Student, Sweet ->$de(ine5 The Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines Inc., entertained members of the American Home Department of the Galesburg Senior Woman's Club, Thursday afternoon with a group of songs. The meeting was held at the clubhouse. Under the direction of Mrs. James Macdonald, president, they opened with the organization's motto song, "Sing a Song." This Was followed by many others among which were, "The Sun Shines Nellie," "If We All Said a Prayer," "My Heart Stood Still," and "After Dark." Their closing number was, "This Is My Country." J This division of Sweet Ade­ lines is seven months old and comprises of young matrons with growing families, housewives, and professional women from Galesburg and surrounding communities. They were all dressed alike in bright red dresses, accented at the shoulder with a single, white musical note pin, and wearing white gloves and shoes. A program on "International Relations" was presented by Mrs. Roswell Johnson, who chose the country of Norway to explore and learn about. Mrs. D. C. Sheets, pianist, gave a short sketch of the life of Edward Grieg, Norwegian composer, following with ex- erpts of his "A Minor Concerto" and a medley from some of his nocturnes. Miss Wicks Speaks Miss Carol Wicks, high school student, who enjoyed a seven Weeks trip sponsored by the American Field Service to Oslo, Norway this summer spoke to the group. Miss Wicks, adopted by a Norwegian family, told of her experiences, the customs of the country, living conditions, their school programs and general activities, proclaiming "Norway a most beautiful place and the Norwegians very hospitable and gracious people." Mrs. Albert F. Bradbury, incoming chairman of the American Home Department gave welcome to those assembled and introduced Mrs. Ted Wilson, club president, also officers serving with her for the next two years. Departmental directors and members of acting committees were also recognized. Program chairman, Mrs. F. W. Simmen introduced the Sweet Adelines and Mrs. Johnson. The afternoon closed with a tea served in the dining room Mrs. Bradbury and Mrs. Sim men were given serving honors and presided over the lace cov ered table, centered with a large compote of vari-colored garden chrysanthemums. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. C. H. Mings, Mrs George Grindle, Mrs. Frank Mills and Mrs. Roy Frankeberger. THE CUSTER INN ALONG WITH Kellogg Drake & Co. WILL PRESENT AN AUTUMN PARADE OF FASHIONS AT THE CUSTER INN CANDLELIGHT BUFFET Saturday, Oct. 19th 6:30 P.M. Dinner reservqtion, Phone 342-3181 Former Legislator Speaks William Westbrook of the Title Department of the State of Illinois admonished an audience of Knox County Republican Women Tuesday afternoon to restore the philosophy of the Republican Party in Illinois government, as well as in Washington in 1964. Mr. Westbrook, whose home is Eldorado, 111., and who served five terms in the State Legislature spoke of the importance of practical politics at the grass-roots level. Describing the Republican Party as a party of principal rather than one of patronage, he cited the addition of 176,000 employes to the federal payroll, and 10,000 additional employes to the state payroll since the 1960 election. He criticized the present administration policy of "creating bigger deficits in order to become rich faster" stating that such a policy has never worked and never will. Mrs. Ray Anderson, president of the Knox County Republican Womens' Club presided at the meeting, which was in the American Legion Hall in Abingdon. Reports of the National convention of Republican Women held in Chicago, Sept. 11-14 were given by Mrs. S. H. Hinchman, Mrs. Robert Egan and Mrs. Carlisle Smith. Miss Ruth Bradway, chairman, described the work of the State Sustaining Membership Committee. Mrs. Max Jones, ways and means chairman, announced the regular bi-annual benefit card party will be the afternoon and evening of Nov. 20 in the Galesburg Woman's Club house. Mrs. G. C. Bulkeley, program and arrangements chairman, welcomed the guests and introduced the Senior Girls Sextette of Abingdon High School. The group presented three numbers, accompanied by Miss Marcia Heasley, their instructor. Following the address by Mr. Westbrook, the guests were served refreshments from a table decorated in the autumn motif. Mrs. Russell Smith, Mrs. Fred Cline and Mrs. George Castle poured. Explains Science Program With a box of balls, blocks, and objects of different sizes, colors, and textures, Dr. William Neff of the Biology Department of Knox College illustrated his talk to the Bateman Parent Teacher Association Thursday evening in the school gym. Explaining the experimental Science Curriculum for the elementary grades, Dr. Neff used a block with sides of felt, sandpaper, and smooth wood to slide down an incline to show how children can begin simple experiments of observation, comparison, and classification. This experimental science program is being tried this year at the Willitts School in Monmouth, with Mr. Neff as consultant. The business meeting was opened with the presentation of the flag by Bateman Cub Scouts from Den 2. Mrs. Verne Dowers, president, conducted the meeting. The legislation chairman, Mrs. John Wilson reminded the voters that the school referendum will be voted upon Nov. 2, and urged the parents to support the 12 cent increase which is being asked for the schools. Mrs. John Griffith reported membership in Bateman PTA had reached 115. After the meeting was adjourned an informal coffee was held. The social chairmen were Mrs. Donald Benson and Mrs. James Dice. Bride&-eLcl\Are J4onoree6 SILAS WILLARD Father's Night will be observed when the Silas Willard Parent-T e a c h e r Association meets Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the school gym. Representative Raymond Anderson will be the speaker. All members, pros pective members and guests are invited to attend. 2v. &g Speaks Dr. Clifton Bell, superintendent of Community Unit School District 205, was the speaker Thursday evening when members of Henderson Grove Parent-Teacher Association convened at the school. Introduced by Mrs. Charles Cooper, Dr. Bell gave observations on schools and teaching, emphasizing the importance of children being taught self reliance and independence. Discussing "The American Scene," the speaker told of progress in science and medicine, the satellites and automation in our country. He stated that many new ideas and skills are needed today to cope with the many problems in the country. In conclusion he asked parents the following questions pertaining to educating their children: "Is excellance of an individual the only virtue?"; "Should the school teach all that is good?"; "Should the school teach all children?" and "Who should determine what the school teaches?." Conducts Meeting Fred Davis, president, conducted the business meeting when the budget, subject to later amendment, was read and approved. A letter from the welfare commit tee, Galesburg PTA Council, requested boys and girls clothing. Mrs. Clarence Mohr stressed the sale of the PTA magazine. Mrs. Gerald Wright requested that news be turned in to her by Saturday preceding the school PTA meeting for the school newspaper. A Halloween party, the date of which will be announced, is being planned by the ways and means committee. Refreshments were served by the social committee, Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olson, Mr. and Mrs. William Hughey, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Simkins. t • • Miss Lory Sandburg This evening's rehearsal dinner at Harbor Lights will conclude the events given for Miss Lory Sandburg, bride-elect of James P. Blackwell, of Louisiana, Mo. Hostess will be her fiance's mother. Wedding vows will be exchanged at 2:30 o'clock at the First United Presbyterian Church, Saturday afternoon by the bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sandburg of near Galesburg, and her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Blackwell of near Louisiana, Mo. Former neighbors were guests Sept. 13, when Mrs. W. W. Allen and her daughter, Pamela, entertained in their home, 1725 N. Seminary St., for the bride- elect. Carrying out the bride-to-be's colors of gold and white, the centerpiece consisted of white pompons, doty mums and gold tinted leaves, flanked by golden tapers. The white cakes were decorated with gold flowers. Serving honors were given the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. M. G. Sandburg, and her grandmother, Mrs. H. E. Woolam. An electrical appliance was given the honoree by the group. The evening was spent visiting. Guests of Honor Miss Sandburg and Miss Cherie Huff, who will have a mid-winter wedding, were honored at a dinner at Harbor Lights on Sept. 4 by their high school classmates. Bridge was played during the remainder of the evening at Robert Lengh's, 1290 N. Cherry St. Linen Shower Tables at Soangetaha Country Club were covered with gold cloths for the luncheon on Aug. 23, when Mrs. C. C. Mills, Mrs. Maurice Cox, Mrs. J. Doyle White, Mrs. Richard Morrison and Mrs. Elery Boynton, entertained for the honoree. Brass and copper bowls filled with yellow and white chrysanthemums and accented with baby breath, centered each table. Covering the gift table was a top cloth of white satin over gold with a lace scalloped edge. White bows with streamers marked each end and the center. Gifts were of linen for this shower. The co-hostesses had the tables at the Soangetaha Country Club covered with turquoise cloths for the breakfast party Aug. 17. Turquoise is the color selected by the honoree for her kitchen. Centerpieces of brass antiques filled with white mums and carnations centered the tables for this kitchen shower. Mrs. Charles Huff, Mrs. Gene Gunther and Mrs. Franz Lengh were hostesses. Guaai Lit! Guests attending one or more of the parties and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Glenn Bouseman, Mrs. L. R. Mills, Mrs. Ronald Graffouliere, Mrs. Dean Trevor, Mrs. Morris Ketzle, Mrs. Louis Vitale, Mrs. Dale Gunther. Also, Mrs. Dale Henderson, Mrs. Oscar Erickson, Mrs. Gene Gunther, Mrs. Harold Goff, Mrs. Harold Rogers, Mrs. Earl Larson, Miss Ginger Mills, Miss Connie Henning. Also. Mrs. Ruth Brown, Miss Jeannette Burgland, Mrs. Arthur Leasure, Miss Louise Leasure, Mrs. Jim Bruington, Mrs. Fred Burgland, Mrs. Fred Clark, Mrs. Herbert Hart. Also, Mrs. Truie Geffers, Mrs. Leonard Larson, Mrs. Herbert Pihl, Mrs. Leonard Leafgren, Mrs. Arthur Clark, Mrs. Eugene Kiernan, N»rs. Robert Hawkinson. Mrs. EIroy Flinn, Mrs. Elgin Ross, Mrs. W. P. Starr, Mrs. E. E. Hinchliff, Miss Virginia Hinchliff, Mrs. Harold Chadwick. Mrs. J. M. Burchell. Also, Mrs. Harvey Wodis, Mrs. Richard Larson, Mrs. Robert Hawkinson, Mrs. Michael Milan, Miss Mary Keith Peterson. Also, Mrs. Milo Reed, Mrs. Don Sperry, Mrs. B. E. Malstrom, Mrs. J. Doyle White, Mrs. Joseph West, Miss Kay Barton, Mrs. Edwin Shively, Mrs. Robert Erickson. Also, Miss Donna Shively, Miss Sarah Larson, Miss Becky Jlrick- son, Miss Marilyn Malstrom, Robert McCornack, Richard Lindstrom, Donald Zinsmeister, William Larson. Sam Larson. Richard Johnson and Robert Lengh. A nnouncemen ROUND TABLE CLUB Mrs. J. L. Thompson, 1340 Grand Ave., will be hostess for the meeting of the Round Table Club, Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. E. C. Holmquist and Mrs. Robert Parkinson will give the program. BETHESDA DINNER Mrs. Minnie Hall, church treasurer, will be honored at the annual Fellowship Dinner at Bethesda Baptist Church Saturday evening at 6 o'clock in the church dining room. Mrs. Betrice Allen will be in charge of the music which will include selections by the children's choir. Mrs. Ivy Toles will give the tribute to Mrs. Hall and Rev. Robert E. Morgan will present the citation. TUSCARORA CLUB The Tuscarora Club will be entertained on Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. James Healey, 652 N. Cedar St. A dessert luncheon will be served. TEAMSTERS ORGANIZATION Teamsters Civic and Social Organization will meet in the home of Mrs. Kermit Miller, 1292 Parkview Rd., at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening. Miss Elaine Holmes •.. A rehearsal party this evening in the Oneida home of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Adams will conclude the series of prenuptial events honoring Miss Elaine Holmes and Terry D. Bolin who will exchange wedding vows at 7 o'clock Saturday evening at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Altona. Hosts for the supper will be parents of the couple, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Holmes, Oneida, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bolin of Woodhull and brothers-in-law and sisters of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knapp. Various shower games preceded opening of an assortment of miscellaneous gifts by Miss Holmes when she was the guest of honor at the most recent of the bridal parties Thursday, Oct. 10 at the home of Mrs. Joby Leafgreen in Rio. Co-hostesses with Miss Leafgreen were Miss Carolyn Sturgeon and Mrs. Katie Taylor. After gifts had been opened and displayed refreshments were served. Decorations throughout were in the bride- elects colors of green and gold Party Is in Oneida Hostesses at a miscellaneous shower Saturday, Oct. 5 at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Hardesty in Oneida were Mrs. Forrest Holmes, Mrs. Richard Holmes, Mrs. Henry Jensen, Mrs. William Adams, Mrs. Har desty, and Mrs. William Cruce. The serving table was decorated in the bride-elect's colors, with two wedding rings being the center of attraction. Honors were accorded the mothers of the couple, Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Bolin. Gifts were presented the bride-elect by Mrs. William Adams as she read a poem which she had written. The gift table was also decorated in green and gold. Everyone participated in shower games conducted by Mrs. Adams. Three Parties The home of Mrs. Gene Nelson of Henderson was the scene of a miscellaneous shower for Miss Holmes Sept. 25. The group played games after which refreshments were served. Serving honors were accorded the bride elect's sisters, Mrs. Gale Adams and Mrs. Charles Knapp. Guests were fellow employes and past employes of Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan Association, Galesburg. Hostesses were Mrs. Gene Nelson, Mrs. Richard Lundeen, Miss Carol Munson, Miss Patricia Olson, and Miss Patricia Wilson. On Sept. 24 a shower was given at Altona Lutheran Church with women of the church as guests. Mrs. Dale Rylander welcomed the group and introduced program numbers. Devotions were given by Mrs. Lennie Johnson. A solo, "Bless This House," was sung by Mrs. Harley Olson and Miss Debbie Holmes presented a piano selection. Mrs. Margaret Nelson read a poem which she had written for the occasion. Group gifts were presented the bride-elect. Refreshments were served by the ten hostesses, Mrs. Evan Nelson, Mrs. Anton Amenoff, Mrs. Robert L. Johnson, Mrs. Ray Nelson, Mrs. Ben Nelson, Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Mrs. Roger Appel, Mrs. Dale Rylander, Mrs. Vic Bloomquist and Mrs. Irving Lundeen. The first of the showers in Miss Holmes' honor was Sept. 20 at Kufus Grade School in Altona when hostesses were Mrs. Eldon Ekstedt, Mrs. Hayden Bolin, Mrs. Harry Ekstedt, and Mrs. Russell Bolin. The bride-elect's chosen colors of green and gold were (Continued on page 11) READ THE WANT ADS! ) Others $$Q to $1,000 ELLIS Jewelers 919 f. Miin St. , 4vikv<M ftrtcarved Miss Masel Davis.. • The home of Mrs. Laverne Cowman of Maquon was the scene of a recent shower when Miss Masel Davis of Peoria, bride-elect of David Westerfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Westerfield 308 Main St., Knoxville, was the guest of honor. Wedding vows will be exchanged by the bfide -elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis of Benton, and her fiance Saturday at the Southern Baptist Church Jn Peoria at o'clock. Attending the shower from Galesburg were Mrs. E. L. De Witt, Mrs. Allan Westerfield and children; Mrs. Roswell Johnson, the bridegroom-elect 's grandmother, and Mrs. Joe Johnson of Worth. Miss Judith Bogard • • • Miss Judith Ann Bogard and Dale David Little will be the guests of honor at a dinner Saturday evening preceding rehearsal for their wedding on Sunday. The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bogard of Maquon, and her fiance will pledge wedding promises at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at First Methodist Church. Hosts for the final prenuptial event for the couple will be Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little, parents of the prospective bridegroom, who will entertain at their home near Dahinda. Three bridal showers have been given as courtesies to Miss Bogard. Mrs. Janet Simmons aunt of the bride-to-be, was hostess at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at her home, 1173 Lane Ave., with Mrs. Robert Bogard of Lincoln Neb., as co-hostess in absentia Guests were relatives of the honoree and her bridal attendants. Appropriate games were played and prizes were awarded to Miss Sharon Cook, Miss Carol Enes, Mrs. Tom Horaney and Mrs. Everett Shane. Given serving honors at the refreshment table, decorated in blue and white, were Miss Beverly Simmons and Miss Mary Shaw, Oneida. Theme Bine and White Shades of blue and white, Miss Bogard's bridal colors were carried out in decorations and in refreshments served after the bride-elect had opened her gifts. Co-workers at the Intra State Telephone Co. and friends were the guests at a bridal shower Monday evening at the home of the future bride, 940 N. Prairie St. Hostesses for the party were Miss Rama James, Miss Elloise Duncan and Mrs. Larry Derham. Winners in the evening's games were Mrs. Edwin Hunter, Mrs. Roy Little and Mrs. Edwin Neice. When the hostesses served refreshments the blue and white theme decorated the serving table. Gifts Fill Wishing Well The same colors decorated a wishing well which held Miss Bogard's gifts at a miscellaneous shower Sept. 28 when relatives and friends of the bridegroom-elect were entertained in the home of his sister-in-law Mrs. LeRoy Little at Dahinda. Mrs. Roy Little was co-hostess. Prizes, which were kitchen Mi*» Sandra Huffman. • * Concluding a series of Pf* nuptial parties honoring Miss Sandra Huffman was brunch in the home of Mrs. Robert Foster, 3356 Sunset Lane. Miss Huffman and James M. Radleen of Des Plaines will exchange wedding vows at the First Methodist Church Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Serving at the table beautifully appointed with a centerpiece of bronze and yellow mums, flanked by green tapers, were the honoree's mother, Mrs. Perle Huffman and aunt, Mrs. Howard W. Johnson. Assisting the honored guest with the opening of her gifts of linen were Mrs. Walter C. Smith and Miss Carol Mast. Two Parties On Saturday evening, Oct. 5, a miscellaneous shower was held at the home of Mrs. Merrill Johnson, 239 E. Waters St., with Mrs. Elizabeth Miller as co-hostess. Bride bingo furnished the diversion with prizes being awarded Miss Patricia Atwater, Mrs. Howard Johnson and the honoree. Refreshments were served, from the table appropriately centered with a miniature bride. Bronze candles in green crystal candelabra and a bouquet of bronze and yellow mums carried out the bride-elect's colors. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Wesley Johnson, grandmother of the bride-elect and Mrs. Huffman. Members of a bridge and a canasta club met at the home of Mrs. Wesley Johnson, Sanborn Terrace Apartments, in the afternoon of Oct. 5 to honor Miss Huffman with a miscellaneous shower. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Nell Hansen and Mrs. Edna Morgan. Seated at the coffee service was Mrs. Fred Ingles. The first of the parties in Miss Huffman's honor was held in the evening of Sept. 28 at the home of Mrs. J. L. Fagan, 560 N. Prairie St., with Mrs. Charles Minich and Miss Marilyn Jo Fagan as co-hostesses. Favorite recipes were written by the guests and compiled in a book, which was presented the guest of honor. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. Wesley Johnson. A bronze sprinkling can of yellow mums was suspended above the table, which was decorated with a miniature bride and groom and an arrangement of marigolds and mums centered between green tapers. Mrs. Rodger Cross and Miss Fagan assisted the bride-elect at the gift table. The members of the wedding party will be guests of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Radlein of Des Plaines at a rehearsal dinner Friday evening at Club Nine- (Continued on page 11) teen. Gurtt Llat Attending one or more of the above parties and not previously mentioned were Mrs. W. P. Mullen, Miss Mary Lacy, Mrs. Bertha Crozier, Mrs. Edith Fleharty. MM. (Continued on page 11) Douglas School Pow Wow 35< (HUI SUPPER 35< CHILI ei 2 HOT DOGS Potato lalad, Boana, Pla or Caka Bavaraga 10c Extra MONDAY, OCT. 21 Sarvlafl 9 'til I p.m. DOUGLAS SCHOOL GYM S. Bamlnary na Ird St. Baldwin Organs For Only FIR WffK Wt Will 1, Put on Orfan in Your Homo. 2, Givt You Ont Privott Lotion o Wttk, 3, Furnish All Music Motoriols. Phono Id Broutr —343*6914 13tt N. Htndorwn $l. Galofburf

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