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September 17, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Fall Seminars Scheduled for W.S.C.S. Women Fall is educational seminar time for Methodist women. Woman's Societies of Christian Service across the United States are holding similar types of sub-district meetings. The main purpose of these seminars is to acquaint the women with the theme and study material for the current year. * * * Boone district will hold three such seminars, using as a theme: "Earth Shall Form One Brotherhood." The first one will be at Ames First Church Tuesday, September 24; the second at Churdan Wednesday. September 25 and the third at Casey Thursday, September 26. Morning sessions will begin promptly at 9 with afternoon dismissal at 3:30. The four study courses will be Tuesday— P.F.F. Club, Mrs. J. J. Witte. Women's golf brunch, Country Club. Carroll Amvets Auxiliary. Alvira Hamers. L or L Club, Mrs. Joe Hoelscher. American Legion Auxiliary Gold : Thursday Mrs. C. C. Roberts; Margaret, Mrs. James W. Wilson; Thekla, Mrs. W. E. Bates. H. G. Club, Mrs. J. P. Bowler. G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Carl J. Hess. Thursday- Rainbow Girls. 4 p.m. Temple. Visitors from New Jersey Are Feted at Dinner Time* Herald, Cirrolt, la. Tuesday, Sept, 17, 1957 Star Mothers and Sisters Night, Legion Hall. T.O.B. Club, Mrs. John E. Tucker. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Mrs. Doran Brogden. E.L.J. Club, Mrs. Paul Brutsche. Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. C. R. Thomas. D. C. Contract Club, 1 p.m. luncheon, Hotel Burke, Mrs. W. J. Wieland, hostess. Wednesday— • St. Lawrence Confraternity of Christian Mothers, parish hall. Introduced. There will be clinics in | Presbyterian Women's Organiza- which local officers will meet with! lion, church undercroft. Entre Nous Club, 1:30 p.m., Mrs Louis H, Anderson. Ladies Night smorgasbord, Elks Club, 7 p.m. Wa-Tan-Ye Club intercity meeting. Hotel Burke. Methodist W.S.C.S. Night Circle, Mrs. Dale Jungst. Girl Scout Neighborhood Association. 8 p.m. Iowa Public Service building. Friday- Flower and Garden Club, M r s. George Conrad. F.L.C. Club afternoon tea, Mrs. Don Hillyer. I Saturday— Mr, and Mrs. Lester Schleisman entertained at dinner in their home Monday night, honoring Mrs. Kathryn O'Dell and Mr. and Mrs. William O'Dell of Paterson. Masonic |N. J., who arrived Sunday night to visit in the Lester Schleisman and Mrs. Theodore Schleisman homes and with other relatives! and friends. j * * * ! Included in the courtesy were; | Mr. and Mrs. Chris Otto, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schleisman and; Mr. and Mrs. William T. Otto. | The evening was spent socially and with cards. their district officers. A new feature this year will be four workshops which include; Program techniques; finance committee; current issues, and parliamentary procedures. - ^ The local societies in the host churches will serve a fifty-cent noon luncheon. All Woman's Society members, as well as officers, are urged to attend. Methodist WSCS Circles — Grace, I Carroll Country Club dance. OES Chapter ar Lake View Holds Friendship Night (Tlmwi Hrrnld \>w» Scrvlre) LAKE VIEW—Lake View chapter of the Eastern Star was host at a Friendship night at their regular meeting Thursday. All officers were present with the exception of the conductress. Mrs. Margaret Babcock of Odebolt. Following the regular busi- A meeting of the Girl Scout ness meeting, an exchange march Neighborhood Association will be was he,d ancl 8"e*l officers were held in the Iowa Public Service installed. Courtesy candidates building at 8 p.m. Thursday. This were initiated into the order. All Girl Scout Neighborhood Unit to Meet meeting is for all adult workers, both leaders and board members. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scharfenkamp and family have moved from 108 South Walnut Street to 114 North Adams'. v * CARROLL OUTDOOR n -.iciA i R£ Now Showing? ALAN VIRGIN/A EDMOND LADD-MAYO'0'BRIEN 2 Q «WARNEIICOLOR W • JAGUAR MOOXTIOM .MoeiiTio i» W4RNCR BROS. Open at 7:00 P. M. Adults 60c Children Under 12 FREEl local and guest officers were presented with corsages and the men with boutonnieres. Margaret Wiebers sang "T h e Golden Key" following the initiatory work. The Lake View chapter held a ceremony as two members of the order were honored: Alice Klinzman, organist, was honored by a dramatization of "The Lost Chord." Mary Lou Borrons, reader, was assisted by the following Rainbow girls dressed in pastel glitter music note to represent the five colors of the star. Colors and stations represented by the* girls were: Sue Davenport (blue) Adah; Elaine Higgins (yellow) Ruth; Judy Sproul (white) Esther; Sue Griffin (green) Martha: and Linda Reida (red) Electa. Diane Long, soloist, sang "The! Lost Chord." Irene Rodman wasj pianist. Two Courtesies For Visitors Here Mrs. Floyd F. Johnston and Mrs. Perry Smith of Stockport, who have concluded a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Lane and family, were given two courtesies while here. Mrs. R. E. McCoy entertained at a coffee in her home Monday morning and Miss Margaret Carney, at her apartment Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Johnston is Mrs. Lane's mother and Mrs. Smith is Mrs. Lane's sunt. Wesley an Guild Opens Meetings of 1957 -S8 WED AT MANNING . . . Janice Rae Laurlnat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvln W. Laurlnat of Manning; and Leo L. Wanninger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe Win- nlnger of Manning, were married at Sacred Heart Church there Sept. 7. Mr. Wanninger farms with his father. The bride is employed' by Robert S. Morrow, certified public accountant, of Carroll. (Lyden Studio Photo) Wesleyan Service Guild -*of the Methodist Church operted its fall activities at the September meeting in the fellowship hall of the new church Monday night. Attending as new members in the group Miss Haverman Feted at Shower A bridal shower for Colleen Haverman was given ft the home of her parents, Mr. , and Mrs.. William Haverman, Sunday afternoon. Hostesses were her sisters, Mrs. Ray Williams and Mrs. Leo Bruch. of 17 were Mrs. H. F. Pfiester, Mrs. Lambert Winnike, Mrs. Charles Kuhlman, Mrs. Twila Anderson, Mrs. Lloyd Hensel and Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus Mrs. Ivan C. Bys gave the Invocation and Miss Enid Copeland, the devotional service, * • • * Miss Margaret Brady, president, outlined the guild's goals for the year. The organization voted to continue the multi-purpose food contribution which is bandied through "Millions for Meals," whereby three cents feeds a child a day. The guild also voted to help'new Anna Fuhr Engaged to Carl Rohrbeck The engagement and approaching marriage of Anna H Fuhr of Frankfurt, Germany, and S-Sgt. Carl- L. Rohrbeck of Carroll, are announced by Sgt. Rohrbeck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Rohrbeck of Carroll. S-Sgt. Rohrbeck Is stationed at El Paso, Tex. Shower for Kitchen in New NAethodistChurch A shower for the kitchen in the Methodist Church on North ,with the bazaar of the Woman's! Adams street wil1 be h1eld f, e] ' Bunco was played and prizes ; Society of Christian Service to beilowship hall there at 9:30 Friday held Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the'morning. It will be an informal OCTOBER BRIDE - ELECT . . . Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kitt of Dedham announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Evelyn, to James Bennier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Benner of Halbur. Saturday, October 19, has been set as the date of the wedding, which will take place at St. Joseph's Church In Dedham. The couple §111 live at Lancaster, Calif., where the prospective bridegroom is employed. Friendly Neighbor Club Meets at Home Of Mrs. Aloys Kanne The Friendly Neighbor Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. j Aloys Kanne on Friday evening. The usual games of .cards were played, with Mrs. Art Otto winning the high score prize, Mrs William Kanne, second high, and Mrs. George Otto, low. The traveling prize was retained by Mrs. Lester Schleisman. Dessert and coffee were served after the games. Mrs. Art Otto will be the next hostess. M.C.C. Club Starts Series were awarded before, the miscellaneous shower gifts were opened and lunch was served. f * * * The high prize was won by Mrs. Romen Wittrock and low by Delores Hannasch. who also received the chair prize. Other guests were Mrs. Bernard Meiners Sr.. mother of the prospective bridegroom, M r s. j Bernard Meiners Jr., LaVonne I Starman, Mary Ann Brincks, Al- 1 new church, beginning at 2 p.m. Dinner will be served in the evening. Mrs. V. Stuart Perry and coffee and shower. The executive committee of the Woman's Society of Christian Mrs. Max H. Reed are chairmen \ Service is in charge of arrange- of the bazaar. An invitation was extended to guild members to attend a shower for the kitchen of the new church, to be held at 9:30 Friday morning in fellowship hall. * • * ments. All women 0/ the church are invited. If circle members wish suggestions as to what to bring, the-y are asked to contact their circle chairmen. Other persons desiring suggestions are asked to call Mrs. Rex Following a report by Miss Jew "47a HoffrnTii.' jVanVIe" Hannasch I f 1 Ja f kson .' , de8, , in ? wit * • Mnson7 as a "list of articles needed and Bernice Haverman. \\t r . ?.. ™. c if! £ ol ! c ! e! ! fW^L^ I has been compiled Miss navermaii win m a r 1 y ,, ... . , . ... ., •_'!•». t "I" ' _ Anthony Meiners at 8:30 Tuesday ; [ he * ulld voted to ratlf y the char j Returns from Trip October 1. at Holy An-! ter - >«•» CL«II#U,H .#. WJe Dessert and coffee were served, 10 anClISDUrg, TT IS§ by Mrs. Bys, Mrs. Edna G. Collins and Miss Beulah Osborne, hostesses of the evening * * Haverman will the Woman's Division of Christian marry Service of the Methodist Church, 1 The M.C.C. Club, which vaca-! morning tioned during the summer, re- i gels Church. Roselle. The cou- sumed meetings Monday after- pie's banns were published for the noon. < f ' rst l ' me Sunday at the church. Mrs. Louie Bauer entertained at.j her home. At the pinochle tables, 1 3ricJQG Club Meets Mrc Hari-v P.rimcman and Mrc I n Home at Dedham Mrs. Harry Grimsman and Mrs. August Dierks won the prizes. Lunch was served later. The club will be entertained by Mrs. Dierks Monday afternoon, Sept. 30. (Time* Herald News Service) <Tlmr» Herald Newi Service) WESTSIDE — Mrs. Wayne Witt The next meeting will be M on -'"turned Sunday from Shellsburg, day night. Oct. 21 ,Wls - wnere she a^ded the wed- Woman Injured In Shooting Incident Personal Paragraphs DEDHAM — Mrs. G. G. Jan-j nings was a bridge club hostess in; ,her home Friday evening. Mrs.! DES MOINES 1*1 - Mrs. Imo- Ei.ee„ H Scharfenkamp. who Is, gjj -r Lewis wajthe J^***!^* 1 ^ re* ^^JL^^X^r^^^^ SA'VZL ^imained in critical condition, at .J£^ Mrs Joe Ktarf ^K «d fSJ ! ver Stangl low. The draw prize, hosp.ta here Tuesday ! went to Miss Iva Roberts. Lunch i Deputy Sheriffs Don was served after the games. land Frank Gazza said Mrs. .Rush- j Dale and Sylvia Vollstedt of Man- With the exception of Mrs. Don-' er was shot bv her husband, Mer- j ning. and Daryl Genzen of Manilla, aid Pletchette, the guests were > rill. 41- They said the shooting oc-!lt was the birthdays of Darlene ily. Wis., where she attended ding of her brother Carl Panhke to Joyce Scott, both of Shellsburg. The 10 a.m. service was held in the Methodist Church Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Gehlsen and family attended a picnic Sunday at the Virgil Genzen home near Manning. Those attending were: Mrs. Bertha Genzen, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth j Pfannuch and family. Mr. and Peterson I Mrs. Delbert Vinke and family, club members. Mr. and Mrs. Eml! Ehlers of! Mr and Mrs. James W. Wilson Arcadia are home after spending' attended funeral services in Lyn- 1 two months with their son-in-law! don, Kah., Sunday afternoon, forj accompanied i an d daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan 1 Mr. Wilson's aunt, Mrs. Ida Wil-j jSubbert, son, Larry David, and; ken. Mrs. Wilken was a sister of; Mrs. Schelldorf Honored on Birthday Love You Truly," by Mrs. Klinzman. A friendship hour was given by the Minn The organist was presented with ! Lake vlew officers. The worthy a gift bv the worthy matron, La-lP atron announced the friendship M rs . F. H. Arts moved Monday Gene Holdcroft. | hour bv Placing a large cardboard: f rom her home at 1115 North clock in front of the dais. The Adams Street into an apartment worthy matron struck the hours j at "1320 North Carroll Street with friendship bells and her o'ffi curred after an argument at the S Genzen and Lannice Lou Gehlsen. Rusher home. j Genevieve Downey of Omaha is Rusher was sentenced to five : spending two weeks with her sister days in the county jail for intoxi-'and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs: cation by Justice Alvtn Hoard George Lawler. Sunda y- I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Brown (Time* Herald .vew» service) J The sheriff's office is continuing and Randy of Ottumwa visited WESTSIDE—Saturday visitors in j its investigation. , Sunday in the Earl Brown home. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder Sadie Wulf, treasurer, was the second officer honored. The worthy matron presented her with a badge of office and a gift of a small treasure chest in which tok- kens and keys of friendship, appreciation and love were placed by Mrs. Margaret Cram, Mrs. Lula McKeen, Mrs. Jerry Davenport, Mrs. Hazel Grill and Mrs. Ruth Finders. At the completion of the ceremony, Mrs. Diane Long sang "1 ceremony symbolizing t h e daughter, Mary Lou. at Sargeant, j the late S. W. Wilson, husband of; the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank. , ^ j * •, • 5 > n,DO, " in * ine --. . Mrs . s w , wilson and {atner of schelldorf in honor of Mrs.' Mr - and Mrs - Francis Mullck of, and family attended a family re- James W. and Howard B. Wilson, Schelldorf' on her birthday, were Lon 8 Beach, Calif., are visiting union held at the Union Park in of Carroll. f Mr and Mrs Fred Brockman Mr - anc i Mrs - Bruch and other, Denison Sunday. The picnic honor ! Mr.* and Mrs. Ed Jons. Mr. and relatives here. They came to Car- Roberta Brown, Cleo Kaiser and Mrs. Frank Jans of Arcadia and 1 roll a ^ er vacationing in Yellow- Dolores Baumhover attended the | the Jans' weekend guests, Mr.: stone Park and the Black Hills. SUMMERTIME IS THE PERFECT TIME TO TAKE THE CHILDREN TO QECILEDEMILLE'S • SOOUCTION GOMMANDMENTS cers placed small clocks on the hours of the large clock. Diane Long sang "In the Cross" and "Now the Day is Dying," accompanied by Mrs. Klinzman. In closing, Mary Lou Borrons presented a candle at the altar and; gave a prayer of friendship. Mrs. John Herrold, Sac County education chairman of the cancer society, showed a cancer film at the close Q{ the meeting. The officers served trays from a decoratedfctablc Hostesses were Mrs. Howard Winands, chairman; Dr. Christine Irish, Mrs. Ellen Pe Share th« spiritual thrills and excitement of the greatest of all motion picture events with your entire family! Robert Langenfeld, son of Mr. ^I^l. t0 „?ir a £ a .^°^^ yQlt0 ^iri::l ****** «t the State University of South Dakota, Vermillion, were at their homes here for the weekend. matinee performance of "My Fair! an d Mrs. Paul Manski, of Herron' Mr - Mulick is Mr. Bruch's nephew. Lady" in Des .Moines Saturday. JLake. Minn.; Mrs. Hilda Kahl and! ! Nancy Hoffman and Barbara his first year in the dental college of Creighton University. This is his third year at Creighton. Mr. and Mrs. E. Dale Johnson returned home Sunday after vacationing in Colorado and Minnesota for two weeks. They visited Mr. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Anna Hurley, and his brother. Bill Johnson, at Colorado Springs, and another brother, Don Johnson, in Denver. While in Minnesota, they Went to terson, Mrs. Diane Long and Mrs.! Hampton. LaCrosse, Wabasha and ' Rochester. Dorothy Wagner. About 75 members and guests attended the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd F. Johnston ahd Mrs. Perry Smith returned to ] Stockport Tuesday morning after Mrs. Pauline Schenkelberg and i visiting the Johnstons' son-in-law son, Maurice, and Miss Florence Dinges, accompanied^ by Mrs. Dick Zerwas of Manning, left Tuesday for Fairfield, where Maurice Schenkelberg is staying for his sophomore year at Parsons College. The other three will visit overnight with their brother and sister-in-law, "Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dinges, at Cedar Rapids, returning here Wednesday. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Car roll Lane, and family, since Thursday. Mrs. Smith is Mrs. Lane's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Daugherty are home after spending several Mrs. Richard Doherty hai returned to her home at Dunlap after a few days' visit with her sisters, Mae. Tresa, Margaret and Genevieve Ludwig. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleisman an<j their guests, Mr. and Mrs. William O'Dell of Paterson, N. J., are spending today in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nieland and family returned home Sunday night from LaCrosse, Wis., where they took their daughter, Marlene, who is entering St. Rose Convent. She will be a student at VHerbo Lake, Minn.; Mrs. Hilda Kahl and! Mrs. Bertha Doyle. | Friday guests in the home of' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansman were Mr. and and Mrs. Mary Schumberg of McLean, Minn. Mrs. Howard M.* Hugg accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Byron Moeller of Ida Grove to Omaha, Sun ed Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kohles of Anaheim, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dentlinger and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Dentlinger and family attended a family reunion Sunday at Monahan left Sunday for Sioux ! Carroll in honor of Joseph Dent- City, where they attend Briar Cliff I linger's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Danill and family of Lidderdale, Mr. and Mrs. Mr, Henr7 Luckhart Colle 8 e - Miss Hoffman is entering Mrs. Henry Luckhart ag g freghman and Miss Monahan is returning year. for her sophomore Dr. and Mrs. George Gillett and ... .... , son, David, who spent the sum- day, where they visited with Mrs. j mer at Mt Lassen National Park Lewis Wellendorf of Schleswig, a patient at the Clarkson Hospital, and with Mrs. Ted Lonse, who is caring for Mrs. Wellendorf while there. Mrs. Wellendorf, who entered the hospital as a medical patient Tuesday, expects to return home this week. She is the moth- j their* home er of Mrs. Hugg and Mrs. Moeller. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Manaski of Herron Lake, Minn., visited Sunday morning irf the home of Mr in northern California; will arrive Tuesday, night to visit until Thursday' morning with Dr. Gillett's mother, Mrs. Arleen Gillett, and his brother and sisterjin-law, Mr. and Mrs. James GilleV ahd fam- 1 ! ily. They will return from here to at East Lansing, Andy Schreck and family of Dedham, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Friedman and family of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dentlinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Badding and family of Arcadia, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dentlinger of Arcadia. Mrs. Anna Campbell left Thursday to visit with relatives in Omaha and Council Bluffs. Mrs. Frank Schelldorf entertained the Monday Bridge Club in her home Monday afternoon. Mrs, Henry Kock was a guest^ , College this year. The Nielands; and Mrs. Wayne Jans and family, also visited another daughter. Sr. i Mr. and Mrs. Leroy SchumaS M. Justine, and Mrs. Nieland's! entertained at a family picnic niece, Sr. M. Cormarie. Mr. and Mrs. R. M have arrived from Rawlins, Wyo., YOUR VISION ty l.ir at Spenc'r. They eln«ll ore i"'" 8 . '° St. Petersbure F a., .heir Urease.. | ™ ™ court. Mr. and Mrs. Kuebler were with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCord, at Rawlins for the summer. a continuing ttrivs of articles prepared for newspapers as • public Mrvict • . . By DR. JAMES R. GREGG, Optometrist Bifocals for Children BifocaU m««n "two-focut." Th«y do not m«*n "old-sg* havs nothing to do with it. When bifocals are put on cnL, parent reaction may be anything from surprise to violent objec tion, "Bifocals are for old people." OUR FAMILY PLAN Children 50c at All Timts ... 2 Shows Daily Matine* 1 :45 P. M. — Evenings 7:45 P. M. Matinees Adults 90c .. . Students 75c Evenings & Sundays: Adults $1 .50, Students 90c STARTS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18th CARROLl ik x Auifou.in. mm Some youngsters, as we.ll as many oldsters, require two different lens prescriptions, one for seeing at a distance and one for seeing at near. Young eyes may have trouble seeing a book yet perceive the blackboard with perfect clarity. This problem can be solved by two pair of glasses, one for each job. The idea of two prescriptions meets no objections from parents nor teachers, it seems quite reasonable. Suppose each -pair of glasses is cut in half, one half from each pair put together — the result would be two-focus glasses. For convenience sake this would be better than frequent changing from one pair of glasses to the other. But, if this same pair is called "bifocals," objection arises. One junior high school teacher ridiculed a student in front of the class, "You don't need bifocals!" It It tcctptabl* practice to us*.bifocals on wm« typts of children'* problems. This is done to relieve the difficulty of fo> cutting for- near objects. This type of treatment may be temporary only, a corrective meature. After a short time bifocals may no longer be needed. Once the focus problem has been solved, single vision lenses may be used. There it no "age for bifocalt" any more than there Is an age for two different lent prescriptions. It has never bean proven that bifocals have any deleterious effect on children, visually or psychologically — provided the adults around them accept the treatment as readily at the child. Copyright. 1955 Vision Contervatton tnrtltut* Sponsored for Public Information by the ^Following Optometrists DIY'O . Mi O'Connor Dr. John E, Martin • » Dr. Rex W. Hinson LIFE INSURANCE For Yoiw" Entire Family Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. , Carl Kaufmann of Jackson^ Kuebler I Heights, N. Y. Those who attended were Magalena Plahn, Chicago, 111.; Mrs. Henry Plahn and Wilfred McDermott, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder, Tommy and David, Mr: and Mrs.' Gilbert Sievertsen, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schultz and Mrs. Maria Plahn, Manning. Mr. arid Mrs. Kaufmann and Mrs. Maria Plahn are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Schuman. Mrs. Kaufman is an aunt of Mrs. Schuman. The vocational ag class of Wall Lake, under the instruction of Al- fretTHolz, spent Monday on the farm of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Von- Glan on a field trip, studying land use and management in. soil conservation exercises. The farm was chosen through the Iowa .State College Extension Service In One NEW Low-Cost "All-Inclusive" Flan I e Different from anything before. e One low-cost plan for all insurable members of the family — Mom. Dad and all the youngsters, e Children born after poKcy is issued get full coverage at no extra cost when they are 14 dayn old. • Many more wonderful money.saving feature*, extras and options. t Let me give you details. A. A. "Oje" Henning 135-', $«ling»r -~ Dial 2loo e£§ti tee eeiNM. 4ust Aeresstha Street Northwest Of the Hotel Burke Doing justice to all of the beautiful things corning in daily, is of course an impossibility, but the new pewter washed copperware, which arrived Saturday, made us take up the hammer and screwdriver and do a bit of remodeling, such as rearranging shelves, building new shelves and of course painting, enabling uj to display these pieces to their best advantage. COPPER CAPRI ... 'A Decorator's Dream from the hands of Craftsmen Pio Gregori uses the techpioues inherited from his Italian ancestors to create a beautiful selection or pewter washed cbpperware. TRAYS • , . CANDLE HOLDERS ... PLANTERS V . .VASES

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