Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 10
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Friday, April 24, 1953
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\. ALTON IVltffNO TKLEORAPH FRIDAY, APRIL 2* lf» **' COOK-BKAW - Kenneth Cook and Miss Shirley Jean Besaw were marrieB April 11 in the Mt. Gideon Baptist Church. MR. AND MRS, RICHARD E. WEBER were married Sunday in Trinity Lutheran Church. Mrs. Weber is the former Miss Marcella Faye Furtwengler.—Staff photo. Waters-Tamil 2t«h6arsal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Waters of 1125 Logan St., gave a rehearsal dinner party Thursday honoring their son, Donald A. Waters, and his fiancee, Miss Phyllis Ann Taulli. Present in addition to members of the bridal party were Miss Taulli's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs 1 . Roscoe Stiles of 1100 East Fifth St. Spring flowers were used ' in the decorative scheme. . The wedding will take placo Saturday at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's Church with the Rev. Anthony Schmidt officiating, toorbert Schulz will bfe best man, and Bernard Weule and Richard THathews will be groomsmen. Harold Taul and Thomas Taulll will be ushers. Miss Taulli will have as maid of honor her cousin, Miss Patricia A. Stiles, and as bridesmaids, the Misses Mary Ann Kassler, Mary Sue Waters and ' Patricia A. Funk. • Breakfast will be served at Clifton Terrace Hotel, and in the afternoon, from 3 to 6, a reception will be held at the American Legion Hall honoring the couple. Business Girls Club Meeting Tuesday Business Girls Club will meet at the Young Women's Christian Association Tuesday at 6:30 o'clock. After dinner (he young women win' enjoy swimming and activities in the gymnasium. Miss Gerry Hagen Honored at Party Miss Millie Ziegenfuss and Mrs. Bernadine Snyders entertained Tuesday evening with a surprise bridal shower at Sel- hime's honoring Miss Gerry Hagen, fiancee, of Sgt. Robert Cappel. As guests arrived they were presented with carnation corsages. Gifts of a miscellaneous nature were arranged ,on a table centered by a bride doll carrying a placard bearing 'Best Wishes to Gerry and Bobby." Bunco was played and Miss Marsha Jacoby, Miss Nancy Beuttner, and Miss Bftty Tindall received prizes. Sgt. Cappel arrived in San Francisco a few days ago from the Far East, and wedding plans will be completed after his arrival here. Mrs. Friedle Elected A Vice President General Mrs. Ferdinand J. Friedle of Belleville was elected a vice- president general at the Daughters of the American Revolution in convention at Washington, P. C-, this week. Mrs. Friedle has frequently been a guest of Ninian Edwards Chapter, and has a wide acquaintance in Alton. Miss Gertrude S. Carraway of New Bern, N. C., was elected president general for a three- year term. Hi Thuwday Mrs. Harold Calvert of Rose. wood Heights entertained the Hi Hatters Club Thursday, and after spending an hour or two playing bunco members enjoyed refreshment*. Mrs. Morris Bur- mest*r. Mrs. William Roberts, liisi EtorU NorveU and Mrs. Raymond NorveU were given Mm. Roy Walter of Salu Si., have the cftfe with her in Miss Shirley Weber Honored Thursday Night Mrs. Charles Morris and Mrs. William Schaefer wore hostesses to a pre-nuptial party Thursday night, entertaining in honor of Miss Shirley Ann Weber, who will become the bride of Russell Rich of Medora May 8. The party was given at the home of Mrs. Schaefer, 2418 Judson Ave., and 16 guests were in attendance. Games were played, and prizes were given to Mrs. E. A. Weber,'Miss Shirley Weber and Mrs. Ray Logan. Miss Weber also received an attendance prize, a box filled ' with pre-nuptlal gifts from the guests. After the parcels were unwrapped and the contents admired, Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Schaefer, assisted by Miss Lillian Weber and Mrs. Charles Headley, served lunch. The parly appointments were in pink and white, and spring flowers were used in the decorative scheme. Mary and Martha Class Meeting Mary and Martha Class of the First Christian Church met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Dingeldein, 3417 Gary St. . ( The meeting opened with prayer by Mrs. Ross Bacus and Mrs. Vernon Dykoman was in charge of devotions. Mrs. Charles Davidson, Mrs. Reva Rothemeyer, ahrl Mrs. Lester Sanders sang several selections. Mrs. William Hudson of Detroit, Mich., spoke to the class about a trip she had made to Rio de Janeiro, and a visit to a leprosy colony. A white elephant sale followed the meeting, and proceeds will go to the church building fund. Refreshments were served nt a late hour by the hostesses, Mrs. Dingeldoin and Mrs. Bacus. Paillette GlllesplA Honored on Birthday Paulelt* Gillespio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gillespie, 3009 Glenwood Ave., was guest of honor at a party Thursday on her fourth birthday. The 1'9 guests met at the Gillespie home and went in cars to the Standard Torch grounds on the Fosterburg Rd., for a noon wiener roast. Mrs. Gillespie was assisted in serving by mothers of the tots. Games were played after lunch and prizes kere awarded to Tommy Sorbie, Steve and Gary Elledge, Susan Gillespie, Trena Carr and Bonnie Wreath. Covered UUh Dinner At Odd Fellow* Hull Carlin Rebekah Lodge and Greenwood Lodge of Odd Fellows will have a covered dish dinner Saturday, 6:.'iO o'clock, at Odd Fellows Hall on North State St. Btraggleri Club Witb lira. Blackburger Mrs. Edward Blockburger of Seminary St., entertained members of the Stragglers Club Thursday at her home, and after luncheon bunco was played. Mrs. Blockburger received a birthday gift, and Mrs: Herman Heehler, Mrs. Charles McNeish, Mrs. Link Baker, Mrs. Elmer Lageman, Mrs. Beulah Deck and Mrs. Charles Burke were awarded prizes. Mrs. Lageman, residing on Residence St., will be hostess to tte club ia two weeks. Final Performance Of Play Tonight "Father of the Bride," a stage- romedy detailing the uproarious Incidents involved In a family when a daughter prepares for 'a wedding, was given its first performance Inst night nt SS. Peter nnd Paul's Hall by the Mnrqiietlo senior class, and it turned out 1o be a hilarious nnd hnnrt-warming story of n father's trials and tribulations during his daughter's pre- matrimonial period. The laugh- filled action revolves about Ihe shocks sustained by the girl's papa from the time she announces her engagement until the moment he proudly sets out with her for 1ho church where he is to give her away. The piny is based on the story by Edward Streetcr which was read by more than ten million people, and which became beloved by many millions more when it was made into a movie under the same title. Now as a play, by Caroline Franrkc, and is being widely presented nil over North America, it can be snid that this homely tale of the involved nnd shattering experiences that overwhelm an average family in the process of marrying off a daughter, reflects something rather universal in our modern way of life, and must parallel the experiences of countless families In the same happy, tf somewhat occasionally Irritating, circumstances. In the parts of the father and the bride James Gaul and Jane Kennedy give warm and chuckling performances, with Patricia Niday providing expert teamwork as th« knowing and understanding mother, who is almost equally harassed but who really enjoys having a big wedding for her child. Donald Norton makes a likeable groom, John Ulrich and Gene Herron are attractive as the bride's kid brothers, and Mary Ann Nckola, Harold Kortc, Donald Joehl, John Dooling, Diana Hus- knmp, Margaret Droste, Clem Wendie, Janice Jun, and Ruth Sanle turn in fine performances in supporting roles. A repeat performance will be given this evening with the curtain opening at 8:15. Births Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kohlhas of H09 Adams St., Richlnnd, Wash., formerly of Alton, have announced the birth of their third child and son. The baby was born Thursday. 'Maternal grandparents of the hnhy are Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson of 1824 Washington Ave., and the paternal step-father and mother are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barnhart, 3652 Berkeley Ave. Mrs. Bnrnhart left Thursday for Washington to make the acquaintance of her new grandson and to assist in caring for 1he other two children while their mother is in the hospital. A son. weighing seven pounds and three ounces, was born at 9:32 p.m., Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Teney ol Rt. 2, Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Campbell ol 1819 Belle St., are parents of a son, horn at 4:23 p.m., Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital. The baby weighs eight pounds and 12 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell have another child, a daughter. Announcement has been made of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fox, 532 Ninth St., Wood River. The baby, weighing seven pounds and eight ounces, was born at 11:49 p.m., Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kerr of •111 Wood River Ave., Wood River, have announced the birth of a daughter. The baby was born at 12:48 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing seven pounds, seven ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rogers of 718 Del mar Ave., Hartford, aro announcing the birth of a son at 7:06 p.m., Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Duncan, 3218a Kendall Ave., at 11:42 p.m., Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital. The baby is the couple's first child- Mrs. Florence Will, 269 Maywood drive, Rosewood Heights,'received word Thursday of the birth of a four pound, seven ounce son to Air Force Sgt. and Mrs. PauJ E. Will at a service hospital in Washington, D C. The couple •re her son and daughter-in-law. __ /,•"" '""-: i.- % "-• •>„-, ',<*"%- **'* & * /> *> 4* ' •>* 'I* -<• "?>,. „* -rW^i . /intl* 4 AAUW President Speaks to Club Mrs. Kline B. Orlgsfcy, prwti* dent of Alton Branch, American Association of University Women, spoke before the Soroptimtst Club of Alton, at Hotel Stratford, Thursday, on the AAUW from Intern*. tlonal, national, state, district and local levels. Alton Branch wa§ organized 14 years ago by Miss Jeanne Cousley (Mrs. John A* Cushman of Reedsvllle, Pa.), and Miss Cousley was charter presl* 'dent. Mrs. Emll M. Huber presented Mrs. Orlgsby. The club sang to Mrs. A. Glenn (Novella) Pruiett, who was observing her birthday. Joseph J. Dromgoole of the Telegraph will address the club April 30. South-Central region will have a meeting In St. Joseph, Mo., May 15, 16 and 17, and Alton, club will be represented. Shurtleff College will entertain the club at luncheon May 21. Personal Notes MR. AND MRS. HAROLD BALSTER wore married April 18 in the First Baptist Church, Wood River, with the Rev. Earl Jefferson White officiating. The bride is the former Miss Peggy Sawyer.— Schrcic-r photo. Bifhop William A. O'Connor to Coniirm Class at St. Ambrose ZONTAS OF ALTON AND WOOD RIVER installed officers and marked their fourth birthday at a dinner meeting Thursday night. Seated, Dr. John Moore of Lindenwood College, speaker, and Mrs. Julius Schaeffer, standing, Mr$. A, C. Hunt and Miss June Poole, new president. — Staff photo. As Zontd Club President Bishop William A. O'Connor will confirm a class of 92 boys and girls, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade pupils of St. Ambrose School, in St. Ambrose Church Sunday, April 26, 7:30 p.m. At the same ceremony Bishop O'Connor will confirm a large class of adults. Michael Blakcly. John Cooper, Dnvid Fitzgerald, Richard Georgewitz, Thomas Grove, Darrell Gill, James Hohnstedt, Edward Jenkins, Thomas Mullen, James Peipert, Stephen Sims, Gary Vucich, Joseph Waters, Thomas Wille, Cynthia Corzine, Sandra Davenport, Gertrude Droste, Kathleen Duello, Sharon Goss, Janice Gross, Judith Hagen, Donna Haley, Carol Horstmann, Margaret Kirsch, Jeanette McCarthy, Bonnie Montalbano, Rita Peters, Amy Jo Powers, Sally Roller, Mary Slaughter, Merrielien Tighe, Diana Westbrook, David Crivello, Patrick Gillespie, Wallace Goss, Michael Jacobson, James Long, Haley McPike, Gary Metcalfe, Leon Schetter, Bernard Slaughter, Robert Walters, Thomas Zigrang, Bonnie Brady, Mary Kay Cooper, Mary Grelle, Linda Harris, Anne Hartman, Mary Lou Kirsch, Nettie Klunk, Kayc Murphy, Josephine Neely, Karen Morris, Sharon Price, Sandra Swan, Bertha Ulrich, Barbara Wille, Albert Dwiggins, James Gross, John Hayes, Ralph Klinke, Michael Mullen, Ralph Norris, Marrion Adamson, Jeanette Dilling, Clara Droste, Mary Ann Duello, Barbara Fones, Yvonne Huber, Janice Walter, Patricia Wendle, Judith Whittleman, Dale Darr, Paul Garner, Richard Horn, James Joehl, James Kirsch, William Maher, Ronald Peipert, John Radcliff, Virginia Bauser. Suzanne Boland, Mary Lynn Brady, Margaret Gaul, Marcia Groathouse, Marva Hngen, Kathryn Klunk, Margaret McCloskey, Deanno McDonald, Rcgina Stanka, Lorene Wegener, Arlene Wille. CouncilFellowsMp Meeting on May 1 Mrs. Sherwood Eddy of Jacksonville will speak Friday, May 1 at the afternoon session of the May Fellowship meeting of the Alton Council of Church Women. Mrs. Eddy will use as her topic the theme for the day, "Citizenship—Our Christian Concern." Mrs. Eddy and her husband, well- known author and lecturer, have traveled widely. In 1948 and 1949 they visited Japan, Korea, China and India, the Philippines, Pakistan and Turkey. In 1P51 and 1952 they visited the principal countries of Kurope. Mrs. Eddy Is a graduate of Sportsmen's Show Set for May 7 St. Joseph's Auxiliary Sponsoring Benefit Plans are being completed for n Sportsman's Show to be given nt West Junior High School Thursday night, May 7, for the benefit of St. Joseph's Hospital by St. Joseph's Hospital Auxiliary. Members of the auxiliary are being assisted in the formulating of plans by an advisory committee, composed of John J. Springman, Allen Riehl, Walter Hanlon, Dr. James D. McCloskey, Thomas B, Metcalfe, and Arthur E. Brubaker. Fashions of men's wearing apparel, from Hanlon & Haegele, Inc., will be modeled by students from Alton and Marquette High schools. Mrs. J. E. McLaughlin, Auxiliary president, and general chairman on arrangements, has for her co-chairmen, Mrs. H. E. Roloff and Mrs. Floyd Flexoti. Other committee chairmen are: patriotic 'number with "Uncla Sam" and local Boy Scouts, Mrs. William E. Newman; amateur show, featuring Russ Davis and trio, Mrs. H. E. Roloff; tickets, Mrs. Edward L. Joehl, Miss Katherine Barrett, Mrs. John L. Jehle, Mrs. Paul A. Maley, Mrs. James R. Mulroy, Miss Nell Howell. Attendance prizes—Mrs. Harley Yoltan, Mrs. Joseph F. Stork, Mrs. Paul E. Shortal Sr., and refreshments, Mrs. Kirby Siebenthal, Mrs. Lloyd Yonker. Judges for amateur show, Mrs. R. H. Lovis H, and publicity, Mrs. Robert E. Burns, Mrs. William V. Stork and Mrs. Leioy Fink, Edwardsville. In addition to clothes that will be shown suitable for summer sports and vacations, sporting equipment and beachwear will be furnished by Metcalfe-Miller. An animal show will be 'a feature of the program and included will be Purr Melody's Persian cats, monkeys from Java, New Mexico, Burma, and Florida, and dogs from local kennels owned by members of the medical staff of St. Joseph's Hospital, and others from Mississippi Kennel Club, the Obedience, and the seeing eye asso- Seaman Otto Webber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Webber Sr., 2803 Viewland Ave., telephoned,his parents Thursday night to say he had arrived in Seattle from the Fur i'» 11 1 East, having sailed from there /Ifffltf Iff ftp rVlfl/P Iff $f ft llPfl March 31. He has been in Korean ^1M« JUflC r VUIV 1I131UUVU waters since last February, aboard the Herbert J. Thomas. Mrs. Webber expects her son to arrive in Alton next week on leave, at the completion of which he will be stationed at Great Lake's Naval Training Center. Thirty prints from Mexico will be shown at the Onized Camera Club meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Onized Club. Mrs. William Hudson of Detroit, P°«; s to he « how n Bedlmgton Ternors, and an Irish Wolf Hound from the El'enbairn ^ enncls owned . *Y fr. J. D. Me- Closkey; Engush Bull, Dr. Gor- don Moore: Keeshonden and Son- oyede> Dr< W< J< Reuter> Bethalto; Cocker, and Basset Hound from Washington Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Springman and Miss Helen Short have returned from San Bernardino, Calif., where they spent 10 days with Dr. and Mrs. Lucien Luly and family. Mrs. Luly is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Springman. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Webster and son, Donald, of DCS Moines, la., arrived Thursday to visit friends, and will attend the wedding of Donald A. Waters and Miss Phyllis Ann Taulli Saturday morning in St. Mary's Church. Mrs. David Thomasson, wife of Dr. Thomasson, of Springfield, Mo., is improving at St. Joseph's Hospital where she underwent an emergency operation Wednesday morning. Dr. Thomasson left Thursday for Springfield after bp- ing here to attend his wife but Dr. and Mrs. Thomasson's small daughter, Susan, is staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Noel V. Rouleau of 1002 Logan St. Mrs. Thomasson, the former Miss Joanne Rouleau, and daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rouleau when Mrs. Thomasson became ill. Lt. and Mrs. Harold C. Prichard and two months old son, David, are guests in the home of Mrs. Prichard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther H. Wideman, 2421 Maxey Ave. They arrived Tuesday after spending three weeks with Lt. Prichard's family in Glen Ellyn, 111. Lt. Prichard, a jet pilot, is on leave before taking off April 26 for duty in Korea. He has been training for the past two years for assignment in the Far East and has just completed a photo reconnaissance course at Shaw Air Force Base, Sumter, S. C. Mrs. Prichard and small son will remain in Alton with her parents, during her husband's absence. William A. Norman, 2728 Viewland Ave., underwent surgery for removal of a tumor on the spine at Missouri Baptist Hospital, St. Louis, Tuesday, and is reported to be progressing satisfactorily. He expects to be confined to the hospital at least another two weeks. Norman is manager of Martin's service station. 1301 E. Broadway. Mrs. William Droste of 614 Vine St., a registered nurse on the staff of Alton Memorial Hospital, will leave next Monday by plane for Chicago to spend a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Blankemeier, Miss June Poole, pharmacist at the Rock Poole Pharmacy, was installed as president of the Alton- Wood River Zonta Club Thursday night, succeeding Mrs. A. C. Hunt of Wood River. The installation was a feature of a program given in connection with the fourth birthday dinner party of the Alton- Wood River club, and took place at the Young Women's Christian Association. Mrs. Veneita Hasemeier was seated as vice-president; Mrs. Fred B. Taylor, secretary; Miss Dorothy F. Burns, treasurer; Mrs. Phoebe Goldberg and Mrs. Ray A. Gibson, directors. Hold-over directors are Mrs. A. C. Hunt, Mrs. Ernest V. Giehl and Mrs. Lawrence Mefford. The candle-lighting installation ceremonial, with Mrs. Isabelle McBride in charge, followed the initiation of 10 members, Mrs. Ivan Kramer, Mrs. George D. Forrler, Miss Alma Kramer, Mrs. L. A. Sha,rkey, Mrs. H. H. Smith, Miss Bernice Williamson, Mrs. Emil Wickenhauser, Mrs. C. Kirk Mook, Miss Vera Jones and Miss Emma 'O. Sawyer. Miss Helen Rose Yeo- than welcomed the candidates for membership and presented each with a rose in the Zonta colors. The Zonta blessing was given by Mrs. Archa Trabue, nnd members and guests sang the Zoh.ta song, with Miss Jones as leader and Miss Gertrude Horn as accompanist. Mrs. Hunt presented guests from visiting clubs, as well as the club's honorary member, Miss Eunice C. Smith. Miss Cordelia Douglas, accompanied by Miss Irma Bartels, sang four selections. Pupils at the East Alton-Wood River High School Miss Douglas and Miss Bartels were introduced by Miss Jones. Dr. Moore, Speaker Dr. John Moore, professor of economics, Lindenwood 'College, St. Charles, Mo., spoke on "Economic Security for the Individual." Dr, Moore, who was accompanied to Alton by Mrs. Moore, was introduced by Miss Effie Maxey, after Miss Maxey was presented by Mrs. Julius Schaeffer, program chairman. Following Dr. Moore's talk Mrs. Hunt received n past president'! pin, the presentation being made by Miss Poole. Miss Poole received the club's gavel from Mrs. Hunt, who in a short talk expressed her thanks for the pin as well as her appreciation of the cooperation she received from club members during her term of Office. • Past presidents- of Wood River Zonta Club ar&Mlss Yeothan, Mrs. McBride, Mrs. Schaeffer and Mrs. Hunt. i Alton Jaycees Pick Officers for Year Irving Wiseman, an attorney, has been elected president of Alton Junior Chamber of Commerce. Ken Baker was elected vice president for internal i affairs and i Charles Neudecker vice president for external affairs. Ralph Cook was elected secretary and John Greenwood, treasurer. Baker, Cook and Greenwood are all present Bo'ard members. Neudecker, Greenwood, and Wiseman were Key Man selectees from the group last January. Reelected to the board of directors were Charles Buxton, George Fries, and Jay Friedman. New board members elected were Ernest Beneke, Harold Davidson, Robert McCarroll and Alvin Wiseman. Philo Kane, Arnold Litman, Franklin Meyers and John Roach were inducted as new members. Harold Davidson was appointed personnel chairman to replace Harbld Mitchell, who is moving out of town. The Jaycee group also approved continued sponsorship of the Teenage baseball league this summer. Robert McCarrol is sports chairman. Oldest, known record of a murder trial, a case dating back 3800 years, was found inscribed on a two-by-four-inch tablet unearthed in Iraq. , The local Band of Hope has urged the mayor of Cambridge, England, to "stop giving sherry parties." She has served th< en's Christian Association in and Brazil. She has had experience in women's work holds offices in national, state and local organizations working with displaced persons, relief foe children, international relations, and interdenominational church work. The May Fellowship meeting will he held at the College Avenue Presbyterian Church. The morn, ing session will begin at 10:45 o'clock. Mrs. Eliza Williams will Fitzgerald of Northmcor PI.; a recently showered^ down on their Basenji (Belgian Congo Voiceless three "most polite" traffic police- dog) by Charles Sehrieber; and men. The lucky cops were the re- a Boxer by Karl K. Hoagland. cipients of 500 quarts of beer, three bottles of liquor, 250 pounds of i Cottage Hills Youth Injured in Fall COTTAGE HILLS—John Phillip Peecher, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peecher, Klopmeier Addition, was treated at Wood River Township Hospital Thursday for a deep laceration of the left cheek he received when he fell ticket cigarette lighters, books, and 300 mysterious padk- ages o f beauty preparations^be. sides a free vacation to Switzer. land. They said they would share the loot with their colleagues. __ _ - — -- To cut living costs, Iraq now ad- miu margarilu , Ucenw free, Bagh- Mawdsley of the Associated Charities will address the meeting, The afternoon program will start at } o'clock and Mrs. John Roulou will sing. Each person attending is asked to bring a sack lunch. Coffee and dessert will be served by the host church. All women of Alton and vicinity are invited to attend. The birth occurred at 4:30 p.m. Mrs- Will is the former Juaaita Douglas, daughter ol Mr. aad Mrs. Uw Pauglas, 100 Grand SPECIAL SERVICE TO BRIDES • &«M Strata Stttl • Widfwttd Cta* • tlMtti Wright Pottiiy • Walton Thelna Womumii INTIIIOIS AMO GIFTS 330 ALIY ST. (Nut to tat Offict* Oil bright fresh separates for a busy little girl COTTON EYELET BLOUSE, $2.95 EVERGLAZE AND EYELET SKIRT, $3, She'll wear them to school, and all summer, too. You'll find them no trouble to keep shining clean. Maize, navy, melon or American Beauty. Sues 7 to 14. FAUUY, fcM !• »

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