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-- UNIFORM CENTER MOVED TO NEW LOCATION OPEN MONDAY 109 W. 4th •• PH. 763-4631 Brighten Up Rainy Day There are so many pretty, colorful rain outfits available for spring and summer that, no one I should permit herself to look drab on rainy days. You pan give your morale a lift by fac- ;ing the raindrops in perky ibright shades. DAYS DOLLAR DRESSES DRESSES Vz PRICE SUITS COATS ALL SPUING COATS - BASIC AM) PASTEL COLORS PR CE ; PRICE BIG REDUCTION ON HATS — COME SELECT ONE VALUES $8.95 TO $29.95 COSTUME SUITS i&factf SILKS & RAYONS Price Carver Library Presents ; In observance of Natlc n a 1 (Library Week Carver Library Ms again presenting reviews ol ; books from two of our juniors, The Alley by Kleanor Kstes The Alley! You might think jthat it is an awful place to Jive, with no sunshine, no light, land with all sorts of cans around |and perhaps old newspapers. But not this Alley! It h a s 'neat gardens, little red brick houses, and swings. The Alley |is like i beautiful little oasis jin the heart of Brooklyn. Life 1 runs smoothly for Connie Ives, ja ten-year-old resident of t h e ;.\lley. Then there is a burglary ! at Connie's house. And since jthe police can't seem to solve •the crime. Connie and her best friend. Billie Maloon, decide to | work on their own to try to i solve the burglary. Librarian's note. Read thej jbook to find out. whether they jdo. This review was submitted by Judy Armijo, 114 Edwards i! Street. Honestly. Katie John! I?y Mary Calhoun This lively sixth - grade girl! (you could substitute the words tomboy for girl) gets herself into more and more hilarious, Uirilling. and exciting predica-j 'men's' She has become very] •well adjusted to her new home; in Missouri which her parents j have inherited from a wealthy relative. One of her most exciting adventures is when she and a friend discover a very old, deserted farm house, built in the .eighteenth century. Girls between the ages ol eight and twelve will enjoy this book immensely. Review written by Amy Peterson. Temperance Unit Slates Meeting The Women's Christian Temperance Union will conduct the annual White Ribbon Recruit program at 2 p.m. Monday at the First Nazarene Church, 12th and Rencher. Mrs. F. 6. Scott will preside at the program. CEMUJKATES - Plan Your Buying Being well-dressed requires planning, thought and careful pruchasing. No on-the-run trip to a store will suffice. Planned shopping expeditions with a firm purpose of filling out your present wardrobe are necessary Charlton to achieve -a chic look. Bruce Guthals, son of Mr, and | Mrs. Charles Guthals, 2716 Ross, (recently celebrated his first ! birthday. Charlton is the grand- ison of Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Gut- ! hals, Clovis and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Engstrom of Williams, Ariz. .'.Avoid Mot Colors i With summer on the way, slay clear of hot shades such as red and orange. You'll not only look cool, but even feel fresher in such cool shades as ;blue and green. "False Budgeting* Can Ruin Vacation COLOR $TAMP*QNS BY AILEGN SNODDY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The single woman who has letter to someone." "Whatever you do,' she further advised, "dress well. Look terrific and aim up and not worked hard during the year j down in your approach to re- owes herself a good vacation. I servations and places you one way to siphon off day-to-!want to go. clay pleasure on a trip, espec-! , iallv when in another country.! f never had a truly bad ex- is to tie plans in knots with;!*" 6 ". 06 w ' th a . n >" man ' mel ._.i_..... . traveling a one sh*> rnvpalorl false budgeting. traveling alone," she revealed, I \ VJ The Vohs Co. — How About An OLD FASHIONED DOLLAR DAY]] The Vohs Company Combines An AFTER-EASTER CLEARANCE With A Special Purchase - Adds A Little Spice And Comes Up With -- SAVINGS FOR YOU Dresses One Group 33% Off Values to 4«.<Hl Costume* & Casual Coats & Suits One Small Group Karly Spring 33V4 Off Long & Short Coats Nylons Our Regular 09o Values Dollar Day Only How About This? Special Shift! This is a Regular 12.00 Value By Miss Pat Now At A Special Purchase Price of Buy Several •it Each Hurry -• Hurry This view by a New Yorker !" but don ' 1 . e *P ect miracles. with a piquant approach to tra-| You lra y, el Wlth - vour ovvn P er ' vel is outlined in a new book. | sona ' lty ' "Follow Me" In it the author,| Jean Baer. draws on her expert- > ences of 16 trips alone to all! I parts of the world. • In her book and during a re-' ,laxed chat in her Manhattan ; i apartment decorated with mem-1 entoes of "singular" excursions, j jMiss Baer makes these points: j Don't waste money on food '•• abroad. "You wouldn't dine every night at '21' if you were in New York. Have a hearty breakfast, skip or have a light lunch and look for a companion to buy you dinner." Allow $20 "to $25 a day. Stay 'in the better hotels in a large city to meet the type of people you would enjoy Spend less in smaller towns. Don't include clothes or furniture bought in another country as part of your travel budget. "Wouldn't you buy a suit, coat, books, possibly China, during the year and buy them on j your trip." she says. j Avoid tours planned by I'.S. I travel agents. "They all will i halo me," she laughed, "but for the woman alone It is best to arrange for your own travel ticket and perhaps one night at a hotel. Then let the concierge help plan your tours. Join with others and route \our own sightseeing. It's cheaper and more fun. Scout major stores in foreign cities to learn the prices of anything you plan to buy. Then you can shop the side- street boutiques, knowing what prices are in the area In flea markets, start at half the price named. You will go up a-1 the merchant comes down. AUva\s handle Shop sales. Snip home old clothes i clothes worn during the tripi and carry home as much as you can in the wav ol dishes, accessories or a roll of wallpaper, as she did Sfi';d your baus an lot' to the overweight Don't be afraid to stay in third-i'lass betels in northern F.urope and in rooms without a bath, except perhaps in Latin countries where first-class hotels are a better choice Miss Haer also makes a very stron: point of seeking nil-heat report areas where the rates are cheap and the people inti'Vesting "Consider " she said strongly, "going to a winter resort area il vour home is near i ho beach. If you want to meet people, avoid o::--eason months such a July and August in Pans when most leave town Tell your trends and ae-; quaint ances wheie you are going They'll probabK write a 2903-H THESE COLORFUL flower stnmp-ons will bring a fresh touch to aprons. linens and wearables! Easy to iron on, no embroidery needed. 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