Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 19, 1955 · Page 8
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph-Dixon. Illinois Page 8 N Office 4-9741 or 2-1111 Tht Lion's club met Tuesday at Loveland Community House, -with 65 members present. A film, "Citizen David Douglas," was shown, dealing with taxes, and reports were given oy vanous club members who had attended the State convention in Chicago last week- *nd' dd DID YOU KNOW THERE IS O-VE brand of beer that tastes better than any other because it is aged longer? ^ _ -Adv- James Hungate. son of Charles Hungate, a seventh grade pupil at Stony Point school fractured his right arm at the school on Mon-day. He has been a patient at KSB Hospital. THE BEER OF THE GRENADIER is aged longer than any otner oeer. Keileman's Old Style Lager beer. —Adv. Mr and Mrs. Donald E. Seidel, 202 E. Fellows St., had as their weekend truests Chief Petty ficer and Mrs. Robert A. Savoy of the Navy. He and his wue were en route" to their parents' homes in Baltimore, Md., and Morgan-town, W. Va., from their second tour of duty on Guam. Mrs. Savoy and Mrs. Seidel were shipmates en route to Guam in January, 1947, aboard the U.S.S. Breckenridge. The Savoys and the Seidels resided for a year on the island of Guam in the Marianas on Corn-Mar Hill. DR. LAXDT, OPTOMETRIST will close his office at 4:30 p.m. Wed., May 25. Will open NEW office June 1, above Vaile's Clothing Store. — Adv. A spring formal of the fourth degree Knights of Columbus held in Freeport Saturday night. Those attending from Dixon included Mr. and Mrs. Royal Fitzsim-trions, Mr. and Mrs. James Cork- rn, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nusbaum., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murphy. Mrs. and Mrs. Melvin Murphy, Mr. an<j Mrs. Ken Mall, and Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. McCrystal, now of Joliet, formerly of Dixon, also were present. BEIER'S BAKERY IS A FINE old* institution with modern meth ods. It's Dixon-owned. Support it; ; —Adv. Miss Gertrude Youngman was In Rockford during the past weekend, visiting her brother, William C. Youngman. berg, Miss Gertrude Youngman, Mrs. Ruth Ramsey, all of Dixon, and Mrs. Eleanor Smith and Mrs. Rika Myers. Rock Falls, attended a' convention of the White Shrine of Jerusalem of the United States and Canada, held recently in Kansas City, Mo. There were as many as 10,000 people at some of the meetings with approximately 2.550 voting delegates. Mrs. Coe was the past suprem> worthy high priestess, while Miss Youngman and Mrs. Swarts past high priestesses. Mrs. Smith was a worthy high priestess, and Mrs. Myers was the worthy herald of the Connthian shrine, while Mrs. Hobert attended as district deputy and Mrs. Ramsey was the noble prophetess. dd — LET THE RAINBOW INN make the arrangements for the wedding party! Perfect service, with spacious surroundings. — Adv. A number of Volunteers from Chicago were at the Dixon State School Tuesday, and entertained patients under the direction of Mrs. Hazel Thompson of the school's Volunteer service. The ■visitors included Mrs. Laura Doig. Mrs. Tihle McNulty, Mrs. Rose Lamorte. Mrs. Loretta Bradley and Mrs. Gussie Owrutsky. Members of the gTOUp took the children to luncheon. — dd DON'T THROW AWAY THOSE old screens— trade them in at Sullivan's or. Sterling aluminum combination screens. Call 2-0951 today. —Adv. The Mother-Daughter banquet of the Christian and Missionary- Alliance church was held Tuesdav eve ning at Loveland Community House, with 107 in attendance. The banquet was served by ladies of jraimyra orange, which also m charge of decoration*. Pastel coiors sjid spring flowers used, and the programs wer» little dolls. Mrs. Roy He*s, Sterbnf. nerved «.s loastmistreas. and the welcome was given by Linda Murray, after wmcn me cnorus was led by Phyllis Gleim. Carol Forrestal gave an accordion solo, and an exercise, "Roses for Mother," was present ed by seven little girls. They were <jaroi Morrman, Asnton; Sharon Hess. Sterling: Margaret Ann Wolfe. Dixon; Sandra Henderson, Oregon; Mary Rutt Edwards, Mt. Thursday, May 19, 1955 Dottie Dixon's for nine weeks. 1 DIARY Notes About People and Places You Know PVT. DAVID E. HOWARD, son of Mrs. Mae Hobbs, 604 First Ave., finished his basic infrantry training at Ft. Leonard Wood Friday, and on Saturday came to Dixon. He will remain here until May 27, when he will go -to Ft. Knox. here he will study clerical and typing work. He is a graduate ot Dixon wign School in 1953 and ha3 been in Morris, and Beverly and Gloria Shoemaker, Eldena. The exercise ended with the girls presenting the roses to their mothers with a Kiss. Marv Ann Hess gave a piano solo, and Deborah Forrestal madi recitation, after which a violin solo was presented by Beverly Mc- The toast to the daughters was riven by Mrs. Max Aughenbaugh, and the response to the mothers was made by Margaret Kicnaras. Colored slides of the Danquet ot last year we're shown by Miss Anna Lehman, teacher of Hazelwood duet was played by Mrs. Wayne Hartman and Mrs. Russell Schumaker. The speaker was Mrs. Vera Rub-right, Sterling. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Frank Shoemaker. Eldena. Women of the Christian and Missionary Alliance church will meet at the church June 21. Recent visitors in the Lee Coun- tv Health Department were Elizabeth Hittle, R. N., consultant nurse from the Northwestern Regional Office. Illinois Department of Health, Rock Island, who consulted with the staff on Public Health Nursing activities, and R. C. Ro ne, engineer aide, also from the igional ^ZliCb. whu uouodllad with ie staff on the local sanitation t'SE A SPEED QUEEN Automatic washing machine, with a stainless steel, rustproof, corrosion-proof tub. Good-looking, practical. Kreim's. —Adv. Mrs. Clifford Martin, 812 Fourth St.. and her mother, Mrs. W. J. Schwartz. Sterling, on Friday went to Belvidere and spent the day visiting Mrs. Martin's daughter, Mrs. Russell Schrader. dd THE LAZY SUSAN HAS tempting sandwiches and salads. dinners served with famous "relish tray." Suits your taste to :." —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. John Tagge. David and Stephen, 606 Bnnton Ave., on Sunday attended the student activ- at Cedar Rapids, la., where their son, Jack Schlueter. is a student at Coe College. They also visited their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stem- pie. Salvation Army Needs Volunteers Salvation Army officials said to day they need Dixon volunteers to help with the current fund d: it- Am ho can contribute tim< > call i Mildred Rvan at her dress shop. . and Mrs. C. H. Putnam. Dix-nll attend the diamond ,iubil»e dinner of the Salvation Army tn. night in Peoria. Dr. Preston Brsd- Chirggo, will be the principal speaker. Garrison School Planning Picnic The -closing day picnic of Garrison School, east of Dixon, will be held Sunday at 12:30 p m. at the srhool. Picnic rules will be observed, and those attending are asked to bring their own table service. Parents and patrons of the school are united. Licensed to Wed County Clerk Sterling D. Schrock Wednesday issued a marriage license to George A Kopp. 48, Mt. Carroll, and Annabel Winders, 50, Polo. Bill Would Provide 4th Circuit Judge | SPRINGFIELD. HI. I.f» — A bill ' to provide a fourth circuit judge in each of seven downstate judicial ts with over 225.000 popula-passed the Illinois House Wednesday. The Senate now takes up the proposal, which involves the 2nd, 4th. etft, Ttn, lotn, iztn ana i«n circuits. They now have three judges each, like all downstate circuits except the 3rd, 16th, and 17th which have four. Rep. G. William Horsriey <R -Springfield") said his bill was intended to relieve some heavily burdened jurists in relatively populous Another Horsley bill to outlaw the sale of liquor to girls under 21 was given a cool reception by the House. However, he kept it alive by postponing consideration when eived about 55 oi the needed Obituaries ARTHUR LEE BUZARD Funeral sen-ices for Arthur Lee I Buzard. 46. Walnut, were held in : Funeral Home. Walnut. Wed nesday, with the Rev. H. R. Whart- l officiating. Burial was in Oak- ood cemetery. Dixon. Mr. Buzard was born in South lxon Township Feb. 14. 1909. the m of D. W. and Sadie Buzard. Survivors are his widow, Oddie; i-o small sons; his mother, now of eneseo. and a sister. Mr. Buzard died Monday in his home after a long illness. MRS. MARY RAMBOW POLO — (Special) — Funeral emces for Mrs. Mary Rambow, 8, Polo, will be held Saturday at ! p.m. in Meivin Funeral Home with the Rev. Leonard Lowe, pas tor of the Methodist Church, of ficiating. Burial will be in Fairmount Cemetery. Friends may call in the funeral home. Mrs. Rambow died Wednesday in KSB Hospital, Dixon, after a long illness. J1RS. LULU CONDERMAN AMBOY — (Special) — Mrs. Lulu Conderman, 74, Amboy, died Wednesday in Amboy Public Hospital after a long illness. She was born in Taylor Township, Ogle County. May 19, 1880. Survivors are three sons. Alton, Delphi, Ind.. and Roy and Weldon, both of Amboy; four daughteis, Mrs. Herbert (.Iola) Boehle. Ohio; Mrs. Robert R. (Arlenel Gallaway. Washington, D. C; Mrs. Marvin Beulah) Miller, Amboy, and Mis. Ralph I Evelyn) Sull, LaMoille; a sister. Mrs. Vera Conderman, Amboy: 19 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. The body will be taken from Tomhnson Funeral Home to the Marvin Miller residence, where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Funeral services will be held Saturd?,y at 2 p.m. in First Methodist Church, Amboy, with Dr. O. C. Jones, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Prairie Repose Cemetery. MRS. ETHEL MAY HART AMBOY — I Special ) — Mrs. Ethel Mav Hart, 63. Ambov. died Wed nesday in Amboy Public Hospital she had been a patient for nine days. She was born in Amboy Sept. 11, 1S91. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stannard. and married Edward Hart March 27. 1922. in Ottawa. Her husband died in February. 1950. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Ina May Springer, Amboy; five grandchildren, and a brothei Funeral services will be held Saturday at 3 p. m. in Mihm Funeral Home and at 3:30 p. m. in Amboy Methodist Church with Dr. O. C. Jones, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Praine Repose Cemetery. Friends may call in the funeral home. WILLIAM Ml EVER William Wiener. 81, 718 First St . died Wednesday evenin KSB Hospital after a brief illness. He was born near Ashton Oct. 6 1R73, and married Mary Wagnei Dec. 30, 1896. in Ashton. He farmed near Ashton in his early lit Survivors are two sons. Clinton E.. Naples. Fla . and Allen J. Tp-silanti, Mich.: two sisters, Mrs. Anna Kersten. New York, and Mrs. Martha Kaecker, Ashton: a grandson, and a granddaughter. His wife died in 1947. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. in Chapel Hill Funeral Home with the Rev. Malcolm Ludy of the Presbyterian Church officiating. .Burial will be Ashton Cemetery. Friends may .1 in the funeral home. Iowa Synod OKs PUtn to Relocate Carthage College The Iowa Synod of the United Lutheran Church in America Wednesday ratified a proposal presented by the board of directors of Carthage College, Carthage. III., to relocate the school m northern nil- The group is meeting in convention in Sioux City, Iowa. The Illinois Synod, which will hold its convention in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Dixon, from Monday through Thursday next week, also will be asked to approve the move. Two other synods— the Wartburg and the Synod of the Northwest— also must act on th» proposal. All four help support th« college-. Sales Tax Endorsed By Senate Committee SPRINGFIELD. 111. U> Stratton-Daley tax program is I starting to move m the Illinois Legislature. .senate nevenue wramiuee Wednesday endorsed the state sales tax increase bill, giving it a hearty 13 to 2 margin of support. Only Sens. Charles Baker (R-Davis Junction) and James O. Monroe ( D-CollinsvUie > were recorded against the measure. Under an agreement between Gov. Stratton and Mayor Daley of Chicago, the bill was changed to boost the state sales levy, now 2 cents, to 2l2 cents on the dollar for the two years beginning July 1. As originally presented, the bill called for a penny increase in only the first year of the biennium. Either way, it would add an estimated 100 million dollars to state Filed in Senat* Another bill in the Stratton-Daley program, pei nutting cities to put i half-cent city sales tax oy council action, was filed in the Senate Wednesday by Republican and Democratic leaders. A third feature of the bipartisan x program has yet to make an appearance. This proposal woma authorize a local tax up to o pei cent on gross receipts of public tilil The This provisic Reds sales tax bill would amend a 1947 s-tatute by deleting language requiring a prior vote of approval by the people before the could De appuea. thwarted ight attempts by officials of van ous downstate municipalities t< place the tax in effect. Under the plan, the Revenue De partment would collect the tax Nelson Man Files Suit For $25,000 Wavne F. Janssen, Nelson, Law Doubles Liability who was recently named the defendant in a 115,000 auto damage suit, Wednesday filed a $25,000 auto damage suit of his own against the third partv involved in a three-car crash Feb. 27. 1955. Janssen named Glenn Pollard Dixon, as defendant in this latest suit to be filed in the circuit clerk's office. - Janssen claims Pollard was in the wrong and caused the Janssen said that he was driving on the Rock Island blacktop met'the eastbound Pollard ve hicle pushing a car driven by Edward Henry. Dixon. Henrv and Llla Sanford. Dixon. filed the $15,000 suit against Janssen May 9. SPRINGFIELD, 111. (.¥> — A bill doubling the amount of financial responsibility required ot Illinois automobile drivers was signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Stratton. The new figures on bodily injury or death liability a motorist must be prepared to meet in the event of accident are S10.00O for one person and $20,000 for any one acci dent. (Continued from Page 1) have more supersonic fighters, similar to our F100. than we have. Burgess departed from a prepared speech in giving this information. He said the Defense Department had authorized its release only Wednesday. Show Strength Burgess reported that Russia's new aircraft were shown in strength near Moscow during April as they practiced for the annual May Day show of military strength. The air show was called off be cause of bad weather, but reports of the aircraft have been forward ed to Washington from observers in Russia. Burgess said. The big intercontinental bombers similar to our B52s were seen two versions, he said. One v powered by four jet engines, a the other by four turbo prop gines. The turbo prop model, in which a jet engine turns propellers, ha: nn equal in this country. Burgesi said. He added that each of the four engines turned two counter- rotating four-bladed propellers. *C«rt»inV •»•'» • 9°°d 4 ight along with the state sales evv, and then rebate it to cities after deducting 3 per cent to cover administrative costs. Would Collect Tax The department would have full administration and endorsement powers, as well as specific author ity to collect the tax itsen ana any penalties. The bill provides that no municipality may have in force simultaneously "both the city sales tax and the city cigarette tax, making it necessary for cities taxing smokes to drop this levy in order to tap richer revenue sources. In commission form cities, the city sales tax would be subject to a "backdoor" referendum unless the city council adopted it by a four-fifths vote. If the council adopted the tax by only a bare majority vote, then 10 per cent of the voters could petition for a ref erendum. The Senate Revenue Committee unanimously okayed another bill recommended by Stratton, a meas ure to apply the state sales !> Oppose Use Tax The Illinois Manufacturers Assn. id a spokesman for the Caterpil lar Tractor Co. of Peoria opposed : tax. E. H. Schwagmeyer. Caterpillar x manager, said it would penal-e industry and could not be en-rced against individuals. Williard Ice, Revenue Depart:pert, conceded the not completely enforce able" but said it would deter avoid- of the sales tax by residents of cities in border areas. 206 Cases (Continued from Page 1) meters produced by two labora tories: Parke-Davis & Co. of De- | troit and Eli Lilly & Co:, Indianap- j There was no explanation as to why there has been no clearance on more than 4>-i million cubic centimeters whose makers' protocols t scientific reports on which the government bases its decision whether to clear batches of vaccine for use) are known to have been m the hands of the health service since May 4. No new batch- been cleared since then. One cubic centimeter is enough for "Purely Coincidental" The vaccine's developer, Dr. Jonas E. Salk, of the University of Pittsburgh, said there Wednesday that postinjection cases are "purely coincidental." He told the Allegheny County Medical Society that "expectations about the vaccine should be adjusted to its limita tions." A report on last year's field trials April 12 said the vaci SO to 90 per cent effective i venting paralytic polio. At Sonoma. Calif., a group of searchers announced a new type of antipolio material made of live -uses and administered through lkshakes rather than by injec tion. They said it brings immunity quickly than the balk prod-but only again st two of the three types °f polio. Salk vaccine made of killed viruses, is effective against all three. Amboy Man unhurt as Truck Hits Pole A 67-year-old Amboy man, Ed-in Buchanan, apparently escaped serious injury Wednesday after noon when he reportedly "blacked while driving his truck on Rt. 52 and hit a telephone pole.- Deputy Sheriffs Robert Burrs and Donald Sachs said that Buchanan reportedly had been undei treatment for a heart condition. The mishap occurred eight miles south of Uixon about 3:30 p The impact snapped the pole and caused considerable damage to the truck. Burrs said. Buchanan was traveling south at the time of the Dixon Man Jailed On Driving Count Kenneth Emmert, 1510 Second St . Dixon, is in the city jail today-awaiting a justice of the peace preliminary hearing on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Emmert was arrested late Wednesday by Officers Charles Tuttle and Bob McCoy on W. First Street. Because of the absence of County Judge Grover Gehant. Emmert will not be arraigned in county-court until Friday. Card of Thanks We wish lo express our gratitude to all of our friends, neighbors, and relatives for the beautiful flowers, u&s of cars and acts of kindness, those who donated to the Memorial Cancer Fund. Dr. Murphy. Mrs. Colin. County Health Nurse, during our recent bereavement in the loss- of our loved one. Wayne Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook and Robert. T want to thank the doctors Ed-Murphv and Wen-en. nurses and friends for their kindness shown whilt I vtm in th» hospital. Alfred P*rkj. KSB Hospital ™v,,p : ners S on-s.50: ; accident. S'auley l come home for dinner so his its began searching. They David who took them to an-• location— then to Stanley's bod v. iAP wirephotoi Admitted: James Coffey. George Albert Bilderback. Dixon; Mrs. Cecil McCardle. Nelson, and Lany Frye, Amboy. Discharged: Mrs. Margaret Wol-ber. Polo; James Hungate, Mrs. Wanda Turner. Mrs. Ida Liden-man. Dixon; Mrs. Norma Buntzer. Forreston; Mrs. Mary Lou QuiSbii-berry. Woosung, and James Coffey, bulls 50 to 1.00 lov Wednesdav: vealer.5 stockers and feeder a few loads and lo MARKETS Chicago Livestock Salable hogs 10,000: very slow ind uneven: earlv sales ihoice No and 2's lS'0-220 lb butchers are ;lear'v to <=U'ong sea ice; otherwise market on all butchers dull, and iround 25 lower, .instances off at nore* sows uneven, wean to o" mvor, mostly around 25 lower: on most choice No 1 and 3's 190-220 lb -mU'her.s is 0019 00 most choice No , .,,„> o-c isTs.-ionO: a few decks n I'ilT;' and around 100 hogs of mostly choice No fs 19.50: bulk ot choice NO 2 and 3's 2:0-260 lb 17.25 In IS 2.i : bulk 230-300 10 several decks 310-360 lb load arouno 4 jo id_j w 'around 300 lb to 13.50: bulk 450 , 600 lb 12.25-13. 73. Salable cattle 2.0O0: calces ~'V good and choice vearlines an njriit steers aicns: wun ucucit. moderatelv active steadv to stior other steers about steadv Holbte; cows active snong to 50 higne: 19.00-23.50: odd prime a few commercial steei eood and choice heifer vea flings 19.00-23 high choice and pi her. 5 IS 00; Fiank | c-in.1 bulls H 00-16 0 Accident Victim Released, Two Others Remain James Coffey, is, 1202 Ottawa Ave., Dixon, one of the two Dixon high school students hospitalized late Tuesday as the resuit of an auto collision, has been released from Dixon KSB hospital. The second youth, George Bild-erback, 17. 333 Chamberim St., Dixon , remains ui "good" condi tion in the hospital. He suffered a : fractured jaw and a lacerated left ie-\-ear-oid Carol Ann McCrys tal. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCrystal. 920 Hennepm Ave., n. still is listed in "fair" con dition. KSB hospital reported to- that she has not fully regain ed consciousness. Carol suffered a skull fracture May 11 when she fell from her bicycle and struck her head on the pavement. nam! ■ades 11 nn-19.00 ;ood to r than early fully steadv; about steadv good and of vearlmgs at steers 26 00: ; 16 00-1S 00 and mixed e heifers 24.00 al and S29 lb HELD IX PLAYMATE'S' DEATH ors To 'no.;: '.in :"v'.-ith a few head — Police said 14-vear-old David 1 above 12.50: other canneis and Drew (above) admitted stabbing . cutters ruMMi..";": mostlv 9 SO and to death his 7-vear-old nSaysr.-if. . ni> w:;n a tew light ana sneu P.. and. < rev 0 lb yea g stoel steer 20 50-21 00. Salable sheer. 1.500; slaughle » ' - ' ra:e!v ai tive. strong ti :her than uedncsoav: sot.. so 1 pelts: a patt deck good and i-hou-e 120 lb shorn lambs No 1 and 2 pelts 15 50: a deck of choice 116 lb summer shorn 17 00: small lot;; good to ptime native spring lambs 23.00-24.50: i u!l to m-stlv odd shmn t-'.aughter ewes 4 00-6.00 Estimated salable livestock receipts for Fridrcv .-ire 6 000 hogs. 1.000 cattle, and 500 sheep. CMc?£o O.sh Grain iBv the Asr^-ted Press) 1 52; •neat : N< No 4 1.4 1 34-53: feed 9S-1 Jfc comfortable -ft cool -ft colorful -ft lightweight : No 3 1 t t-t9; malting choice Today's Grain Rangre CHICAGO. Mav 19—'.? Low Close Clos 1.09't 1.9S'i 1.9ct lis l-^s l-ll Chicago Produce iBv the Associated Press* Butter steadv. receipts 1.253.737: •holesale having P™« «'£h*"K*£ ••• store A A 5(y75: 92 A 56. i5; 90 ! VI j- S<> C 52.5; cars 90 B 55; 89 E"Z9 steadv. receipts 25.988: on wholesale buving pric standard ; 32 r>: dirties clition of offerings !h s ichison A !!;s Cbalmeis ... mn Radiator ... ran T & T naconda Copper Beth Steel Boeing Aircrarl .. Borden Deeie & Co . Dll Pont .... Gen Elec ... Gen Foods .. Gen Motors .. Kenn Copper Lion Oil Mont Ward . . N Y Cent Penn R R .... Radio Corp .. Std N J Vac .. W R O .. C E T La hade a Tampax . r cent and opuluv steadv. receipts in ,2 iThuisdav U6 coops 72.- diangcd to lower, heavy hens light hens IS 5-1. : broi.ets and "fiveis 30-31.5: old roosters 12- Po;; S3* Old poncue.5 o somewhat (Hie ;als old stock 38; 14: on track M0 old stk. ck: total V S. shipments lock supplies ugni. cie- rket unsettled arlot track Ores-on russets *4"°5-5 Mmesota-North Dakota ruset gems 54.40 washed. S3. 00 un- demand fan' and market . weaker. Calnom: 100's 55.75-6.00: I. gently imphs Vr.00 100-ih sacks: Flori- jund red 50-tb sacks 53.65. STOCKS The following listed on the New York Stock Exchange. This serv- 4th Hour Dow-Jnnes Av. Industrials 420 35 up 2.52 i ioe.boup .ii Pell-Parrot 1.690.00 2.010,0003 Traffic Court Bertrand E. Fisher, Skokie. was fined 513 for speeding Wednesday by Police Magistrate Lawrence Boos. Fisher was arrested Wednesday by Officers Ray Wilson and Glen Camery for driving 48 miles What a summer treat for your daughter's feet!... Poll-Parrot Play Shoes. Soft, cushiony insole, and look how open and cool they are. So if you want shoes that Ate perfect all summer long, get Poll-Parrot Play Shoes, They're wonderful. Get them herel Priced according to sfy/e and siz» Polttf IPRE.TESTED ferret SHOES FORl'BOYS AND GIRLS 'ORj'BO J2" h $44' Corner First ond Galena OPEN SATUR0AY UNTIL 9 PM N. ARCH EWSPAPERl FWSPAPFR

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