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MA, rrutar, JiUr i, Wftft An* 41T member* and guects pmrat at th* annual summer dance «C fee Frederick High School Alum- Bi AawdMkn at the Braddock Heights pavilion on Wednesday eve- nine tan*** »i»* vntil one o'clock. cf officers for the com- conducted and Joseph Kuby. Mclwi and J«a« Hofl- ] man; M«urs, Johnny Hoftmaa. £m- mett Hickman and Charles Bra- j shear:. j Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vona. North ' College Parkway, had as their house guests over the holiday weekend Mr. Vona'i brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. . Pradente and family, of Wilkins- ' burg. Pa. Returning to Frederick I with the Prudentes was Mr. arid ; Mrs. Vona's daughter, Helene. who ' bad been visiting for a week at ·f her uncle and aunt. · Were Married Here Recently C«L Amt Mr*. Fellcmi T» B* EaterUiae* Lt. CoL and Mrs, Lloyd E- Fel- Icnz, of Washington, will return for the weekend to Camp Detrick whcre CoL Fellenz was commanding officer for irro years. They will be entertained extensively at affairs planned IE their honor by camp personnel. rTKhoderick. of the class of 1881,; Saturday evening officers c! the j w*c cbosea to serve as president.) post will be hosts to Col. and Mrs. j J The result* of the election were I Fellenz and some 60 guests at a Denounced by Dorsey F. Shipley, j dinner party y. Fcter Pan Inn. j the out-gciag president, at the end ! Cocktails will be served at 6 to be j 7.«ntUn» KntcrUiaetf of intennission. Donald Hiltner.' followed bv dinner with dancing ; At Picnic Svpper "40. was elected vice-president to I later in the 'evening. Members of the Frederick Zonta succeed Mrs. Virginia Metcalf. Wil- ! Sunday afternoon a formal rccep- Club were the guests on Thursday · liam Moore and Alden Summers' lion in honor of CoL and Mrs. Fel- i evening of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar ·were re-elected as treasurer and, lenz will be given at the Officers ' Summers at a picnic supper on the . respectively. ' Club at Camp Detrick The affair! lawn of their home in Middle- ConneUs Pm r* from last \ -- - _ . -33" William t'isncr. "2S. and Jack mandcr. Maj. Harold J. I*bell and I ed In addition to Zonlians a num- -;SiK "** Retiring directors, each Mrs. Isbell; Capt. and Mrs Raymond her of guests were present. On entertain mem- her home in over directors are Milton A. Frank.; o f Washington. Gen. Waitt :s Chief | Old Braddock. Jr. James L. Sparks, and Alton of the Chemical Corps of the Army. _. _ . , M Whitmore. Jr. . Cocktails and a buffet supper w,U f n f J r TnT son a -e vi Music for the dance was furnish- . ^ served and during the evening j ^^orTlr, StriSe'5 ed by Dick Harp ano his orchestra ;. h ere ,vii be dancing m the patio. I Mr and Mrs j Paul Mahoney. U is understooo that efforts *»H , Col. Felicnr. is on leave pnor to, West South itrcct The strincs re . be made in August or early Sep- reporting for his new assignment to j turnci to th j s country in June tessber to secure a top-name band dujy at the Army War College in , from Gcrmanv whc re Sgt. Strine for a final summer dance. Washington. , had oecn stationed. Prior to visit- Davis-J ones At Maj. and Mrs. Laurence Leonard j TM*£ home of SgL ents in York, Pa. par- Mis? Eleanor Kephart. Tancv- Tae*cav cvetimj; for the appoint- were hosts at their Yellow Spring men' of committees of the associa- home Wednesday evening at a pic- ,. j n i c for members of the staff of _ _ _ , * " WFMD and WFMD-FM. The affair | towrTis one of the "fourteen state Dr. and Mrs. B. O. Thomas. Sr.. was planned in celebration of the ; delegates from the Maryland State College Park, and Dr. and Mrs · f, rs t anniversary of the latter sta- ! Teachers' Association attending the William E. Trail. Braddock Heights. tlon j N at ; oria i Education Convention at left Issi Sunday for a tour of the . , C | eve5and ohio Ju | y 3 to 9. she western states. They expect to be Mr. and Mrs. Alva Albaugh and j is a co -hostess at the Maryland gone a month. daughter. Eleanor, of Detroit. Mich., j room with Miss Glendora Needv. -- ,,.. ' ,,, , Tr swere the guests recently of their silver Spring. Miss Kephart is a Mr. Walter C. Eiker. son 01 .ir. aun . and cousin . Mrs . Ea - ic s Al-| membcr o£ lhe Annapolis High and Mrs. Walter E. biker. -*e . baugh and i rw j n Albaugh.225 East | «-hool faculty Carroll Parkway, returned on bun- . Sccond strcct _ Mr an(J Mrs Howard \ v Amos. day to Chicago Technical College. Chicago. IH. after spending the ^ r and Mrs A Dittmar Shaff j daughters Catherine and Barbara. · past two weeks at his home. ; and son- Larry. Fleming avenue. Philadelphia, and Mrs. i K. Gil- - TV- . T _,,.__,, I spent the week of the Fourth in lies. Montclair. N. J , arc visiting Misses Jennie and Marj i^v. so..., Fcdera , sb and Sharptownp on Mr. and Mrs. Charles B- Kephart. of RoekviUe. are spending the summer vacation at the home ot ! | Tanevtown. _ _ their brother and sister-in-law. Mr. j MJss L ou j se Hunt Hendrickson. ' Miss Katherinc B. Manor. Bruns- and Mrs. John W. Lawson, Jr.. Wes - second street, is attending | wick left Monday for Ithaca. Market. ; summer school at the University of Dr. and airs. Henri L. G. Kieffer j Virginia. returned this week to their home, j - MJss Barbara HarriSi daugh ter of 110 North Bentz street, after visit- , Mrs James H Harf . Qf Braddock ing their sons-in-law and daugh-, T-fc_ v: »£Tm- -ri--ie th*» fflTf^L ' ° t« Dr. Kieffer was the_ guest £-£ k -- ^TM { ~- ^-of Mr. ana Mrs Char es R. Rogers: , Hendrickson. West Baltunore county, ana Mrs Defter ; cntercd spent some time at the home ot, Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Pilgram i in Montgomery. W. Va Mrs. Elizabeth McCaffrey. 18 West Fourth street, left Thursday for Pasadena. Calif., where she Barbizon School of Fashion ; Modeling. New York city, \vhcrc · Miss Harris will take a course in photographic modeling and Miss Hendrickson fashion modeling. Both girls were graduated from Grecn- Mrs. James H. Harris returned ·will attend the national convention i brier Junior College in June. of the Catholic Daughters of j America Julv 12-16.' Mrs. McCaf- , fr: Maryland and expects coast for several weeks. v is one of five delegates from i this week to her home at Brad- frvland and expects to be on the! dock Heights after spending several | days in New York city. Admiral Prune Frederick- Admiral and Mrs. Ts". S. Prime j Little Miss Patricia Ann Hendrick- an'd daughter Patricia. West Second , son. six-year-old daughter of Mr. street, drove to Newport R. I.. J and Mrs. George O. Hendrickson. this week where Mrs. Prime and ; of Salisbury, who has been visiting Patricia will spend the summer at j her grandparents. Air. and Mrs. G. the home of the former's · mother, i O. Hendrickson. of Urbana. for will return to \ two weeks returned to her home , on Sunday with her parents and : sister. Georgcnc. ivho were week- Miss Mary Alice Benson returned j C nd guests of Mr. Hendrickson's to her home on West Third street J parents. Tuesday from a visit of three | Other weekend guests of the ·weeks to Hsrtford v Conn. Hendricksons were their daughter i ] and grandson. Mrs. Edwin Plassing, Miss Snyder Honored i and Edwin of Baltimore. At Surprise Shower ( A surprise miscellaneous shower j Mr. J. Donald Murray and fam- was given in honor ot Miss Kath- i ily. who have been in Frederick erine Snyder the evening of June ' to attend the funeral of Mr. Bcn- N. Y.. where she will attend the six-week summer session at Cornell University. Mrs. Millie Baxter, of Knoxville. Tenn.. is visiting her son. Mr. M. C. Baxter. Brunswick, and her brother. Mr. M. E. McGaha. Brunswick. Miss Evelyn Fuss and Miss Dorothy Pitt of near Union Bridge, attended a Youth Conference of the Friend.' Church at Cspe May. N. J.. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Snell. of Philadelphia. Pa., announce the ; birth ol a son. Joseph John, on June 28. at the Physicians and j Surgeons Hospital. Mrs. Snell i was formerly Miss Evelyn Streight, of Brunswick. Stud:o Mus Lois Eliiabeth Zim:nerman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W Zimmerman.. 440 East Patrick street, become the bride of Nathan W Troxcll, vn of Mr* Emma Troxell. of this city, in a ceremony performed recently at the bride's home by Rev. Dr. J. Franklin Haas. ^They acr shovia above with their attendants. Miss Charlotte Hammond. Washington arid Baltimore, and Edgar K. Moore H. Frederick. They are residing at their apartment. !35 West Church street. jDe!.; and Virginia Gubisch. Fred- · enck. classmates of the -:l»I: .t · the University of Maryland. Donald Davis, of Frederick, served as best man for his brother. Ushers were John Earon. AJtoona. · Pa., fraternity brother of the groom: Charles ShoafT. Jr.. New . Caslle. Pa.: Robert Fiiher and Robert L WarfieJd. both of Fred. crick- Approximately 150 guests attended a reception immediately following the ceremony at the Uniontown Country Club after which the couple left for a wedding trip in the Pocono Mountains. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Davis was a member of the nursing staff · at West Pcnn Hospita!. A graduate of Uniontown Senior High , School, class of 1942. she attended Bethany college, where she \vas affiliated with Zeta Tau Alpha national yocial sorority. In June 1947 she was graduated from the University of Maryland School of Nursing. On June 7. Mr. Davis was awarded his Bachelor of Science decree from Westminster College. New Wilmington. Pa. During his three and a half years service with the · Navy, he attended Bethany Col! lege and was commissioned an cn- I sign at Northwestern University in ! Chicago, later serving in the Pa- · cific theater. He is affiliated with ', Sigma Phi Epsiion. national social ' fraternity. He has been accepted at the University of Syracuse and ; will enrol! there this fall as a can- · didate for his Master's degree. They will reside in Syracuse. J Following the wedding rehearsal j ihe evening of June 23. Mr. and ! Mrs. Davis, parents of the groom. ! entertained the members of the ! wedding party at the Uniontown ; Country Club. Mrs. Samuel Sager and rhildrrn. f Loretta, Bertha and Bex-erly. j Taneytown. and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- j mer Rummel and daughter. Jean, t Mechanicsburg. Pa., spent the j week-end in Columbia, S. C.., where they visited Pvt. Samuel j Sager. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel i Sager, who is stationed at Fort. Jackson, S. C. I Mr. Bernard TUnchart, Florida. , who had spent about a month in ; Union Bridge with his brothers! David and Preston Rinehart and their families, is now visiting in , Wasihngton. D. C. with his sister. Miss Helen Hinehart. Mrs. LcKoy T. Davis The First Presbyterian church of Uniontown. Pa., was the setting the evening of June 24 for the marriage of Miss Sandra Lee Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gomcr D. Jones, of that place, to LeRoy Thomas Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis. 921 North Market street. The double ring ceremony was read by the pastor. Rev. Dr. William Hindman. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride -was attired in a white slipper satin go'.vn. styled with an illusion yoke, outlined uith flowers of satin. Also featured in the ensemble were a fitted bodice, long pointed sleeves and a full bouffant skirt ending in a long court train. Her fingertip veil of fine illusion tulle fell from a scroll tiara trimmed with seed pearls. White roses and white orchids formed the bride's bouquet and lending a note of tradition was a century-old gold Masonic charm of rare beauty, a treasured heirloom handed down from the bride's maternal great- grandfather. Rhoda Mae Jones was her sister's maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Elinor J. Johnston. Uniontown: Dorothy Elsey, Seaford. ; Weddings Josephs High SchooJ. Baltimore, and attended George Washington University. Washington, D. C. Sweeney--Ka*tt , Miss Clara Regina Knott. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Austin Knott, of near St. Anthony's, and Howard ! A. Sweeney, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sweeney- of Thurmont. i were married oa Saturday evening , at 8.30 o'clock at St. Anthony's' church rectory by the brides pastor. Rev. Stanley Scarff. The | ' bride wore a rose crepe street · length dress with white accessories i · and a pink rosebud corsage. She had her sister. Corsnne Knoit. as , her maid of honor. She wore a ' blue crepe dress and white acces- i sorics and also a pink rosebud corsage. The best man was Joseph. Knott. brother of the bride. The coup'e v :1! reside in an apartment - »n Thurmont.' Both Mr. and Mrs. i Sweeney are employed at the Cambridge Rubber Company, Tan- j eyiown. Boyer--Miles A quiet but impressive \t'ed- · ding was .solemnized on June 4. ' at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon in the Shelby County Church of the · .Brethren. Leonard. Missouri, when M i s s Bernice Elizabeth Miles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miles of Shelbma. Missouri, and John Robert Boyer. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Boyer of near Hagerstown. exchanged vows before a number of relatives qnd friends. . Rev. Richard Burger, cousin of the bride and missionary, on furlough from the African mission field, officiated at t" e single ring cere- , mony. Roses and ceOsr were clustered before the candelabras at the alSar. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Ann · Burger sang "Always" and "I Love · ! You Truly."" accompanied by Mrs. Irene Fifcr. I. J. Mtisselman. cousin of the bridegroom, served as 1 best man and Austin Boyer. bro. ther of the bridegroom was usher. Miss Evelyn Boyer. sister of the · bridegroom, was bridesmaid. She ! · wore a pastel blue faille taffeta ' gown and carried a colonial bouquet of pink and blue sweetpeas. · Miss Martha Deaton, friend of the bride, was maid of honor, and was gov.-ncd in pastel pink faille taffeta with net skirt. She also carried a colonial bouauet of pink ' and blue sweetpeas. Both attend-' ants v.-ore off the fa -e starched ' white lace hats trimmed with net . to match their gowns. The bride v/as in a gown of white faiile taffeta bodice with net yoke and skirt, which had leg of mutton sleeves that were oointed over her hands. A net ruffle finished the yoke. She wore a finaer- tip veil edged in lace and attached to a tier of orange blossoms. She carried a white Bible and was given in marriage by her father. The bride's mother wore a street length dress of blue rayon and wore a corsase of white carnations, and the bridegroom's mother wore a navy blue crepe street | length dress and a corsage of white carnations. A wedding reception was held . in the church yard immediately after the ceremony. When Mr. and · Engagement Announced i The engagement of Miss Mildred ! Cutsail to Mark J. Golibart. son of Mrs. Margaret R. Golibart and the late Mark J. Golibart. is announced ! by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Keefer , Cutsail. of LeGore. The wedding : \vill take place September 11. Miss jCatsail is a graduate of Walkers; ville High School and attended the 1 Frederick Visitation Academy. Mr. i Golibart is a graduate of Mt. St. Czech Communist (Movie Bills ^ ^ ! Coming Week Filmed in technicolor and starring Gary Cooper and P*ul*tte Goddard. the movie. "Uaconquered" comes to the Tivoli Theater next week from Sunday through Wednesday. A short subject is Universal News. The schedule for Frederick theaters the remainder ol the week is as follows: At the Tivoli: Thursday--"Letter From An Unknow n Woman." with Joan Fontaine and Louis Jordan. Warner Pathe Xews is the added attraction. Friday and Saturday--"The Fuller Brush Man." featuring Red Skelton and Jane: Blair and a Disney cartoon. 'Foul Hunting." At the Opera House: Sunday and Monday--"Tarzan's Secret Treasure," with Johnny Weissmuller. Short, attractions are a cartoon. "Lazy Little Beaver." and Warner Pathe News. Tuesday--' Scudda Hon. Scudda Hay." starring June Ka\ er. A novelty is added. Wednesday -- ' French Leave." vcilh Jackie Cooper. A novelty and . comedy are added. Thursday--"The Iron Curtain." with Dana Andrews. Warner Pathe Xev/s is added. Sirs. Boyer left for a wedding Friday and Saturday--"Six Gun trip lo points of interest in Mis- Law."' with Charles Starrett. Add- souri. the latter wore a black linen cd are Chapter 9 of "Brick Brad- tailored suit and b ack accessories, ford." and a cartoon. "Sone. Sweet and \t ore a corsage of white earn- Bone." ations. They arc making their · j\t the Frederick: Friday--"Mr home in Leon. Iowa, where Mr. " Reckless" with William Eythe AI- Boyer has accepted a summer pas- ' £O a cartoon and Warner Pathe torate. Xews. Mr!. Boycr was graduated from Saturday--" Sir.::. Cowboy. Sing" Bethel High School and attended ! with Tex Ritter. Chaoter 5 of "Tex McPherson College. McPherson. : Granger" and n csrtoon. "Popcye Kansas. - n d Bethany Biblical and ihe Piratc."are added Training School, in Chicago. Mr.; Boyer received his high school cer- ------ . tificatc from the Maryland State High School. Class of 1947. and is Board of Education. Baltimore, in nov .' employed at the Frederick 1947. and his two year certificate of . Tailoring Co. The groom is a graduation from Bethany Biblical · graduate of Frederick High School. Training School. Chicago, in 1948.' Class of 1941. and is employed Out of town guests at the wed- as bookkeeper at Wilson's Stove ding included Mr. and Mrs- I. J. ; House. Musselman of Portsmouth. Ohio. ' A reception was held at the Mrs. Jennie Boyer of near Hagers- : bride's home immediately follow- to\vn. grandmother of the bride- ing the wedding, which was wetland attended by their many friends and · and relatives. · They left for a short wedding · trip and will reside at the home of the bride's parents. Co.T.munists m c o n t r o l of Czechoslovakia, a l a r m e d by Mcscovi 's rpanking of the Yugoslav R-ds for being "anti-So- »:st/' mar reorganize their government, observers ssr. Alexej Cepscke, above, minister of justice and the most extreme Red in the cabinet, rosy be given a more important post. groom, and other relatives friends from Iowa. Illinois. Ohio. Fogle--Brown Mr. and Airs. Lewis Brown o f . Jefferson, announce the marriage, of their daughter. Doris Margaret. \ to Clarence M. Fogle of Freder! ick. son of Mrs. Alice Fogle and i the late Mr. Fogle. The ceremony j was performed at 2:30 o'clock in ; the Jefierson Lutheran parsonage j by Rev. Morris Zumbrun. T h e | bride is a graduate of Frederick i Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay P. Myets ] former owners of White Cottage ] Inn at Hansonville. are vacationing ' 24 by Miss Ruth Roberts and Mrs.! jamin F. Zimmerman, uncle of Mr. "W. S. Lambdin. Jr.. at the latter's j Murray, have returned to their home. 203 Lindbergh avenue. Miss | home in Roanoke. Va. Snyder. who is the daughter of Mrs.; Helen R. Abrecht. 704 North Mar- ' Mrs. Agnes K. Hill, of Baltimore, j j n · the New England states and ket street, will be married this' is spending the summer with her ! Canada. summer to Mr. Francis Roberts. , brother. Mr. Harry E. Knse at; Hagerstown, · Loys. j Mr. Silas A. ^Thomas, who for A color scheme of yellow and ! -- [ many years conducted a shoe re- Srecn was carried out in decora- ; Family Gathering I pajr s ] 10 p in the first block of ticns ?nd the gifts were arranged : Hcld Sunday ; East p atr j c k street, is today ob- under a crepe, paper shower. Games ' Mr. and Mrs. Gco^e W Hoffman, j scrving his 96th birthday. For the were played and refreshments . Sr.. near Adamstou. n. met at Gam- past fcw ycars M r. Thomas has served. Invited guests included ' brill State Park on Sunday. July bccn Uvin g at jflontevuc Hospital. Misses Betty McKimmy. Betty . 4- with their children and grand- , and cnjovs good hcaU h. Winebrener. Dorothv Winebrcncr. '· children. A delightful dinner uss; Helen Bennett. Agnes Little. Eve- served to the following- Mr and J 0 an Eckert. daughter of Mr. 3yn Davis. Sarah Simpson. Olive · Mrs. George William Hoffman. Jr..' and Mrs. W. S. Eckert. relumed to Sieasell. Helen Beach. Dolores Van . and daughter Peggy: Mr. and Mrs. her home in Taneytown after Tossen. Ella Beil. Mrs. Glenn Orn- ' Marion Hoffman and son Tommy: , spending two weeks jvith her jon. Mrs. Meredith Mackley. Mrs. ' Mr. and Afrs. Millard Gibbons and | sunts. Mrs. Helen Kuykendall and Cssper Moore. Mrs. Charles B. daughter Frances Ann. Mr. and Mrs- Mrs. Margaret Damon of New Carmon. Jr.. Mrs. William Young. Harold Shanklc =nd son Dickie, j York City. "PITS. Charles Rumpf. Mrs. Helen Abrecht. Mrs Hubert Harp. Mrs. Walton Shetp. Mrs. Gardner Quill. Mr*. Garland Feaea. Mrs Joseph Roberts. Mrs E. V." V?n Fossen. Mr; Br?d!ry " a r b s u ; "n. Mrs ChsSes R. Dov, ns and Mr?. Wood- roiv Ksndlcj ?-7r. aid Mrs. jrrcd A Obcrlan- dcr. 304 North College Parkway. rc'.'jrncci m thc;r home this week af'rr sprncirss a vacation in At- lar.'.c City. " -^ S;'. prd ?Tr5_ Thomas V. nits sr.d daiich'.cr Dorsn^. 425 North T'Tark^-l ='r-et. left Tuesday for MufKosee OV.? . to v:,-;t Set. Tilts' arents. "7. =T3O ?Irc- JoiT*i " Wsrrer/.oa. Va. MJSS r.T=i:-;:nc Grcc^. daughter of Mr and Mr? George Green, of Levis^cv.-!!. T? r-Ttf of four ?»Iarylara jnrls af.endinr 'he rational con- vsn'ion nf liie Future Horr.err.akerf Cub"= beirsc he«d Juiy 6-15 ;~ Ksn- sa* City. K^. ?*7iss Green, who 1 = 3 juicer at F i-e^ crick Hi^n Scho^l- vs= la?t Tsnn;; elected Marvlar.i stsic ·oreyid^ni of 'he orzsnjT'atioTi She i? a national candidate for cnairrrssn of public relations. Miss Tuay C. Lampe. ·who hac just returned from a visit with relatives in Philadelphia, recentiy moved from 221 North Market street to 33 East Second street. Mr=. George B McCleery is now residing at C21 North Market street, having recently moved from the McCardell Apartment?. 113 North p- Market street T-Tr5. McCleery left [*| tod-sy for an extended visit with [j| relatives at Harrisburg. Pa. ! If George Louis Plassing. of Balti- ! | more, is spending the summer *t i *. the home of his grandparents. Mr. ! · *nd Mry. G. O. Hendrickson, o f , Vrbana. f LOWER PRICES! Manhattan SHORTS and SHIRTS al Bennett's For Men Fine combed-ysm broadcloth SHORTS Grippcr front, clastic sides or back All color?. a5J sirey. 79c ;ss-nb SHIRTS. Wide oulder straps, long tails 75c COMFORTABLY AIR-CONDTTIONED Entire Stock SUMMER HATS Selected Group DRESSES $ 3 First Quality NYLONS 95 c pair Seamless And With Scam. Shades. SAMPLE 5HOPPE 20 NORTH MARKET ST. SHOWERS THE WORLD HAS TURNED YOU DOWN III, GET ALONG SOMEHOW Ernest Tubb JUST BECAUSE DEEP ELM BEUES j Visit Our Record Bar! 1 Hear Your Favorite on Our New Silvertone Radios iFr«fend, Md. Phone 1580 JULY CLEARANCE SPECIAL Ic Sale Ladies' Handbags AND Costume Jewelry Purchase One At Regular Price And Receive Another For One Cent Broadmoor and Vanity Fair Patterns Goblets, Sherbets, "Wines. Iced Tea Glasses and Salad Plates. Special 29c S37.50 Rensie Watch Special -519,75 $35.00 Kensie Watch Special S19.75 * Men's 17 Jetvel 5*2.50 wyi er watch Rensie Special s: Regular Price, $39.75 ^ ,, Wyfcr Special *24.75 special §24.75 Qnite A Few Other Watches At A Special Price Solid Gold Rings Jewel Boxes 5.00 To S7.20 Values c , n n n i «u r- --,«. _ ?10.00 Leather Case. 3.9S SpCCll 3 » / 5 7.50 Leather Case, 2.95 Including Tax - Qn g vroco c ^ One Tray Of Solid Gold jji ne ;s 3 - 0() Syroco Case, 1.95 One-Third Reduction 2.75 Syroco Case. 1.95 Drop In And Browse Around. You Might .See Just The Article You Arc Looking For. KET HOTEL BUILDING

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