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TM P A I L T MBW8 . MD.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 18, 1932. GRADUATION FROCKS ARE MADE FOR DOUBLE DUTY Hr Sparkled Then. So Joe Bolr was "9 year-, vij \\.-.oi; sot his firtt b^ it-ague ciuuce Hi parsed ;nc rva'i o: ::i aSU.:y. but i ; he sUl was a great shortstop My sn«ro- , cry o; Boley goes IM.K u Use spJend.d · j defera-jit- gat* be pljyctj ::: .he uorld ' ser.es of :?J? ana ; ; ijot TR"'n '. e ^ J.TA. be perfcr=:«fc :.--* u ! stop. i Bu-. Joe v ... oe .54 \ J legs fca - .«r ls.l?c Ke j be!:ev a b!: ..-t»:-j ;. ^ ' only tWv }^ix ^^o SEVUT DAILY jLir:. Hut -- \\V: Mr-.T w«ll-- WABC N . lc lii I j; K. v.ec u? ua- old ciar. :..A Bui; Mb Bot-W Nov. 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' 4 - * "·* ^ '* " -J-* 90 BinrALO--S3s.i-aM k. » ;»_s - . . » B,.,.. «^^r-f^.-I . . . = ' - " ' : » . CHK *OO--al t -J ;J '33 » OC-S :.' .~i 7 «J 1 . 0 ? 0" 4, 00--Or ' s t-;srv O."\ !· Impart. C olor and Beauty and Faded H*l» { Lit hi M»chmt VXorL--ian SAFE \VOKK A SPECIAtTI JAMES E. SOLT UT WEIRING OF ALL JttTJ WOKK IS BEtSS. BBONZE i A \ D ALtMNIfM t 193 MasnoUa Are. Phooe 974- V I» VE4KS EXPERIENCE j j ALBERT C. PALMER. Agent J S-rr*t W E A H . -- . -J 3". * 5?-» Je, !«« 3*-'.: 5 Or t :i .. s « . --o Ht C-?--N'o'ii b. 30--ISe.l-dy W 19 tlllt I'^r^TM^TM£££Z ; '^'rUW^owl'uSS?.^ S ?;-??;£ ^C^° -o M^oTf'" 3 * »-0-e» RM»«-I s ;y-st«n Or .. c fS? I -VV»T I --*»--»0 lL* tr * J t *?-?J-"t ^"i: " 1 ' "*« jl'lE^y^A 1 *' HOC. n t \ » \ r o K r . mod nno. D » N MOISI %_ ·-.. is - - 2: -n.rti :.one o^e cj r ewildr. : ce Max B.S.I,. are nuniix.-tc -,-, , , J. -.1 l .1 ! kept (Frooi BonTit Xfr^er. N'eir York) u=ff. rresh zind varied are thJs years dresses for rs-ee: cirl era Tosca r.«: over ta^eta rashions -_iis 'a-.Ie enseaiMe or f.ojnced : S-5ash:oned and top dcoiure ^ c-jp ' " BY JULIA BLAXSHAKD XEA Service Writer. York. May 13-- There are de- j pees or chic 1= :ii^ season's gradua- -ion cresses. YOJL .-say as *.?:: -^ke jc-^r diploma etiin Za^ca! Sweet gir. gracuate dresses are ma- -dress, te.-al =cir-.ded :ha May. rnrjui«t:es. Sowered organ- I OT -. , rolled edges. Tf:th ^oe or eaibroicery j · put on or cone by hanc For the Chic Dancer. j Por the girl who goes abou: a :« and ! r.eees dance esse:nb5 -o-":r~ coa'd j re ehar-ir. S ihar. a "r^oa ne; i iith ro^-5 and ro^rs of ' -''e . I-, is Te::w O v*- ~.4'. . . The dress' Is s :«v«:4s ar'd o. chiSons. dotted S^^es. 3a: c rcpes · a !: !: packer -^.th shor: slee-.es s' ps aac a_ £fc» or noTe::r cottons, a- sorer it. Tius ^ IOV^T dr^ss 'or' pique, are bem? used. Take br.deanaids as ^-ci: as s^ee-. g--l g-ad- i q tor VL ! 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SI'MMLR r o \ f PRICLS .NOW JV E t F F C T THE PEOPLES FINANCE LOAN PAY OFF YOUR BILLS . . . Do not hesitate to see us if ou need money. It's our business to lend it to you. Quick service. Strictly confidential, friendly and dignified. WE WILL LEND YOU UP TO S300 Peoples Finance Co. 15 N COURT ST. '·Mr. Sam in rharje) FHO.N.E 1473 (I % Never Vrcc*»r to Ttter to tha t'in.incial Fa;e to »«-frtain iir \ i l u r of our Ufe Invur^nce Volitj In talue Brier flartoato. It U »1- ·»» «onh IV) C«nu «n th* D«U«r.-- x i l b luaranlcrd «»lurs printed right IB ·l. BQd tn^rrasrd bj 4.nnBsl Olri4ca4A- 1 L!fe tniurincr Tatlcv U of «!t HBTest* mrnc* the otoTt stabl* aod ucure. uuijnjj of people thi jiar u an an. ^or to «md»art. Pc^ilbl} TOB tboughl »f tncrexalii( j«or c»»- vr THE EQU Lewis R. Dertzbaugh PHONE 788 jour p:ck. The way tbey are uiaie T^de wii; be t'irr.cd a b." more C"fln:;e!y. makes them. Tha^ tiey are, quite as miica as the wide choice of fabrics. There J* a. tenderer thto year to economize and choose a graduatim dress that -wd serve double duty. Perhaps as a brioesnaid's frocs. Or certainly as * summer party dress. Loot to Future Montlis. Most of them are long for girls in higher schools. tfeJess your-class de'' ss this or that a'ooui your dress, you te apTTsfbie if you seCec; one tha uates. Prora Tile knees QOTSTI there are j graduated Souncnigs. all acomed Tn;h | roT« of net pleating. ' Very quaint and utierly charmicg is the · damty flowered organcle dress ra white. ] The material is so beautiful that no adornment :s needec. Tais has an unusually oM-fashioaed cu:, -irith 3. square , neckline, tted on the shoulders." the ' belt merely of the material and the skin puffed sh- 1 -"- - ' f^ess gathered by ha-Tinj IB by three different, j bands of ihe material. It is a ve-- ' ! neT? style, and verv chic because " is ' i, some have jack- , 50 utterly young and collegite looting. I juui ecersj-. sr"-?!'-?g yccr pep. Tracing yon ill. Tak« tft --KATtmrS BBJEDT--the A Two-in-One Dress. , Another dress that ^rould be iorely' for a bridesmaid's cress, as iiell as ' ·ts, yoaxsy have tiay cap sleeves, some tte oa tabe shoulder. Most of tiiein Sar* ta* ^waistline defined clearly. Many s, oftea ia color, sometimes grai-jiatioji, is a yellow marqalette. , ' re:Te ?- Titii apphqued Sower ces.gn al! put on can be any shape. Square i by hand. Tnere ^ a deep be-t^a an i OM6 are very ns^. So are The canrsole I applique TOrk, icith onlr the oiairT mar- te«. Cape sleeves, nsade by it tSe or- !cuisett* for an edging. Th» flaring' capes or berrhas, are a nice so- Ukiri has apoUqued "work ji ces:rn £-. ' -or gir.s -hose anns are either -.anous parts o r -h» ~y~? ' overly tiua or a b» plump. , xhere Is a deep blue sash. .nand'worfc is important on all of these ±cre*»-5 f o~ co* 1 tras r camty dresses. It is a great year to ' your o~s:n. Models that hare the -.Keepayoafeelins w TO MORROW riftt. GetaZSebcz. ^ ALRIGHT TKe All-Vegetable Laxative tops. if you rar.- o be daaia-e and u" a -srhite -Mrqu«tt« dress . , e -Mrqu«« ress charm are those -- -th hand- jthe one for T CU I; has the cu-es: '- ?r=« jh-_-T_-.- : ^ :-.; -x:;c« sr.d U.-.T ui PATS FOR A Frlgldaire Xo Down Payment Xo Installation Charge. Potomac Edison Co. 26 W. Patrick St. 7s Afo Substitute For Quality A large loaf of GABBER'S BKEAD gives you more nutrition than a dime will buy in any other form of prepared food. Order it from your grocer: he is your most dependable source of bread supply. The Garber Baking Company The BULOVA BAGUETTE When your children, like the buds of flowers, blossom forth in spring attire, just notice how much they jj have grown in a year, n There should be a new fi photograph to keep, g for all time, this record S of change. It must be B made now. Make an U appointment today . . . fi PHONE 799 General Electru -YEAR SERVICE PLA guarantee of lowest cost refrigeration "MISS AMERICA" The New'Nationally Advertised Up/To-Pate Ladies' Watch NOW ON SALE AT McCLEERY'S JEWELRY STORE 48 North Market St. Frederick, Md. BEAUTIFUL! B Edmonston Studio e Yon Ir? Aboat It . . Get a Good Firtare" a a a- O. ,,-. 43-- =-:.-VK^ tnej . :T *""* C "'^ are tie or/-, acntrsst "" " ou * °* *^« mysterious Orient L O V E A D V E N T U R E T H R I L L S - M A G I C Radio's most fascinating-most enthraffing program Ba , i T O N I G H T j ,,-··*-«-1 end every night ! get ··-, ~.^ i*. -h»'o"d v^Tr/cra.^-- | s *- cp r ° r ei S h - :'··*" before he ."nallv ' * xte P* Saturday and Sunday r.g up' ^'mcniaer Joe D-jgar.' Jump- ' came up to the A s IT 1927 T'v -ca^n ' ** r? Jor - - ;:v Sr-t --f - -c srcr.t r." «-av** B '· -" - " ~ . WGY Scher.ectidT 4.45--S.Of t S.T. ._^ , ' - '" e . ? ,~_., A j : °. S ," rC ^ D I'''' 1 ' c ' · -^ o»r. pr.cei o-, c-.er. ha:: I lv " Ph 1 ': 3f!-'M.i S V--- t, F « T r.ot *v.. a -i ,, " " * ·_ -,^ ..'^ -" "" ? nCl " r ^' r ^fa^cr.cc V.iBK. Baltimore £.33--5 45 E S.T i *jiejr uas ceeinea too expensne. i · r"* * ^*^^v-J31 v^r AiN x JcCfcrKUjrfcKATOK X is the purchase price plus what it costs to keep it operating through the years. j e ^ cl § eratlOE * s a service that most go on day after day, year after year, without care, thought or attention. Your most important consideration in selecting a refrigerator is the mechanism. It represents 7Q% of your investment. If the mechanism of your refrigerator fails, you have no refrigeration. Failure of the operating unit means service expense and repair bills.. plus the added inconvenience and waste of periodically being without any refrigeration. General Hectric's new Service Plan, extending through four full years, protects every new buyer against all possible failure of the Monitor Top mechanism. Should any failure occur during four years the entire unit will be immediately replaced without charge. No patching or repairing, but a complete new unit installed without cost or delay. Only the G-E has all mechanism entirely sealed inside the steel walls of the Monitor Top. Air dirt, dust and moisture ; ;: the elements destructive to any mechanism . i cannot reach it. Common sources of trouble in other refrigerators are eliminated in the General Electric UT beauty is only one of th* things these new spring designs of Armstrong's Linoleum have to offer. Stop in at our floor style show, nnr! let n* tell you all about these modern good^housekeeping floors. THE RUG STORE MX.XUNIX i- BEXTZ 4 EAST PATRICK ST. 3C£JaKH±s: i i§MSi£x3C£2 g. I ^ it Banking Service on a personal basis 53, m- design. Fans, belts, stuffing boxes ; ; -. parts that must be periodically lubricated . . . ar all done away vrith by the Monitor Top. The G-E requires DO attention ... not even oiling O The G-E refrigerator Triih the Monitor Top mechanism provides the lowest cost refrigeration you can buv. $10 delivers a full- sized model to your home tomorrow. You a.0 even buy it for as little as 20c a dav. ^ join ".« G-E Cird«. A tp«c, = | p-ogren for wsr-.i e-e-v -s-. c , roe-, except Sc-»'doy'. O-. E^-rtfoy ct 5-30 P. M. c ss'-oc^ fo-'s, »·-;. f ar . liy . N-a _ c (^^ . o co _ jt - e " I ·!· S i Vffliani Braucher GENERAL® ELECTRIC A L L - S T E E L R E F R I G E R A T O R THE MODERN LIGHTING CO. 216 North Market St. Phone 961 Frederick, Md. \V7 VVE believe that personal contact is the basis of satisfactory banking service, and we consider every- customer as a friend whom we are glad to ? know and anxious to please. ^ 3lz"o Interest Paid On Savings ! COMMERCIAL BANK «F I 1 OF MARYLAND * ^2SPOTt?7f:7rCfr.:.lT:,./,;,!. _frr.ffZSJtu!Ji -·- -^^7S^^^ 7 ^^-»~

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