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Page Four summon ._..__..._...: __ -l.__ _. fflw .Wummmw Lake Isabella Club Holds Regular Meeting The Lake Isabella Club met February 5 at Maple Beach, with l Mrs. Robert Nutt hostess. Twelve members and one visitor, Mrs. 131- . sie Collins, were present. The tour of the South American coun- tries with a visit to Argentine, was resumed with Mrs. Bert Rail conductor. A beautiful potted plant was presented to Mrs. Edna Johnson, the occasion being her birthday. She also won the pen- ny drill prize. The club finish- ed some garments for the Red Cross. The valentine motif was used for decorations. The next meeting will be February '26 with Mrs. Stella Parks hostess. i PHONE 100 .Garden Club Bridge Luncheon iW’omon’s Field Army Is Very Successful Affair .v To Hold Tuesday Tea Tuesday afternoon the Shelton] Plans are now Garden Club sponsored a lunch-gthc program has been arranged ithe Memorial Hall, which was L. VVO‘ncn’s Field Army for the Con- 'very successful affair. Much trol of Cancer, at the home of Dr. the credit was due to Mrs. Emery and Mrs. B. N. Collier on Tues- W. Burley, and her food com— day afternoon. February 25, be- ,mittee. as well as all the other ginning at 2:30 p. m. The pur- icommittees who include the fol- ,pose of this meeting is to acquaint ilowing: Mrs. S. A. Hatcher, ser- 1 the public with the aims and work ving; Mrs. Marcus Rodgers, deco-ibeing undertaken by this group. ii'ation; Mrs. Walter Kullrlch, fire—i, The speaker for the afternoon {plaCe decorations; Mrs. L. Van'Will be. introduced by Mrs. L. O. iArsdale, prizes; Mrs. F. W. Bishop, iSwenson of Olympia, and moving ltable, Mrs. Wm. Maxwell, tele- pictures on Cancer will be shown. 0;! l “ FEAlllllE &w. A. McKenzie, co—chairmen forthoon will be songs by Mrs. Earl ,‘thc whole affair. The decorationsf-lf‘l‘dan. accompanied 0“ the piano carried out the George VVaShing-Iby Mrs. Bernhard Williecki, then ,‘tered with small vases of colored, served. ipussywilloixs, Prizes for bridgel The public is cordially invited ‘were won by Mrs. H. Clinton, Mrs. ttO attend this meeting. and a F. H./Diehl, Mrs. A. land Mrs. W. F. McCann. The Officers of the garden Club they send a representative of their . _ .s I , f |organization to the meeting, so ‘WISh to take thl Oppmtun‘ty ‘Olthat they might report on it to :thank the committees for the (10— [th .1. 0‘ nation of their time and food fori 9" bumps." . . the luncheon and to the Travisi Tho’je W‘Shmg transportat'on iFloral Shop for the rose bush andgare as‘md to can Mrs' C” E" Run' 'acres at 11.]. ' 'e -I . Elgegggnfqfigiifilwefgrpflzg:Ifor Mrs. Collier for the occasion Ito Mrs. Joe Forrest for her (10- Will be Ml‘iq‘ F' W’ BIShOp’ Mrs' . ‘ . I',Hugh Hamilton, Mrs. C. E. Run- ,nation of a plant and flovveis fol I M 3 M p . tprizes. The rest of the flowers aLieQ' 1 rs' “on Briggs‘ Mrs‘ Hal ,wcre donated by the Club. TheiBriggs, Mrs. James l‘vcedham and club also wishes to thank the fol- :M’gilefo‘iluss fRfdgfgss‘ . h. t lowing for their donations of mon- ‘ 0 C WIS mg 0 :ey towards the affair. even tho :they were unable to attend: Mrs.‘ i332“ Eprlgg' EmiunficreTs' Olympic Highway up Hillcrost to . . the Log Cabin Service Station, CAgggiihggfflthen turn left down the Arcadia Ely $65.00 was taken in at the ,luncheon, the expenses yet to be [paid from that amount. The City Basketball League gturncd over the amount left from [the basketball game that eve-A The circles of the Women's So- ‘ning, after the expenses had beei1;ciety for Christian Service of the paid. to the Garden Club. WhichiMethodist Church will meet on Iramounted to around $30.00. It ileednesday, February 26 at the :hoped by the club that when alllfollowing homes, at 1:30 p. m. the tea, but not knowing the way are as follows: dence. ,VVomen‘s Society To .Hold Circle Meetings labout $80.00 derived from 'two events Tuesday. which will i cle No. 2 with Mrs. Viola Kimbel; be a big help to their beautifica- {Circle No. 3 with Mrs. Grisdale ition project. [Crosby and Circle No. 4 with Mrs. The club wishes to thank theIEd Elliott. Each member is cor- Ipublic for their splendid responseEdially invited to attend the circle ito the luncheon and bridge, and meeting in their vicinity. lonly the lack of food facilities andi 18 FATURES complete and icon and afternoon of bridge at for the tea to be given by the ‘phone; Mrs. Geo. Drake and Mrs. lAlso on the program for the after- i ldrivc out to the Collier home for‘ take the ' road until reaching the sign which lshows the turn to the Collier resi- ’ ;bills have been paid, there will be ICirclc No. 1 will meet with Mrs? thelHugh Hamilton on Hillcrest; Cir-l i 1623 Shelton Electric Company Shelton Wash. iseating space made it necessary ito limit the tables for bridge. [Amaranth Group lHolds Regular Meet ' A regular meeting of Laurel iCourt, Order of the Amaranth, [was held on Monday evening at the Masonic Temple. .Annuai Meeting MASON COUNTY CBEAMERY ASS’N. February 22, 10 a. m. MEMORIAL HALL, SHELTON Election of officers and such other business as may properly come be- fore the meeting. H. PARRY JONES, Secretary Homebuilders Club lMeets February 25 The Homebuilders club of the lBapti'st Church will meet next ‘Tuesday, February 25, at the Roy [Eells home at 7:30 p. m., with IMrs. Al Goodwin and Mrs. Har- old Chase as hostesses. All members are especially urg- ,cd to attend this meeting as it will ‘be the first one in two weeks as the Reverend and Mrs. J. O. Bovee have been out of town. I iDBgree Of Honor Will Meet Tuesday gree of Honor will be held on lTuesday evening at the Odd Fel- :lows’Hall beginning at 8 p. In. All members of the drill team are urged to be in attendance at the I meeting. IW.C.T.U. To Hold iMemorial Tea Friday i The W.C.T.U. members will meet ‘at the home of Mrs. W. M. El- ‘liott at 1:30 p. in. Friday, Feb- iruary 21. This will be a special imeeting honoring the memory of Frances Willard. A dessert lunch- con will be served and the pro- {ceeds will go to the Frances Wil- l lard Memorial Fund. Every mem- ‘ber is invited to attend and bring ‘a guest. The regular meeting of the Desi lNational Flower ’ Show Week Slated For March 23430 I Governor Arthur B. Langlie in ,official proclamation has designa- ited March 23-30 as National Flow- ier Show Week, urging all citizens; their 1 ‘to “attend this event for ipersonal pleasure and as a token :of our State's welcome," reports {Mrs George Cropper, president {of the Shelton Garden Club. l i The big floral spectacleira lion- iproflt enterprise ---— conducted by {the Society of American Florists and Ornamental Horticulturists, SHELTQNMASQNEQU NT? .J OiUIRNAL i Weavers Exhibit l I i Much public interest in the flNcavcr‘s exhibit coming to the iHoodspor-t gym Thursday, March }6th, from 1 to 5 p. m. is being ‘manifest throughout the county. ‘llere will be everything in loom work from hand woven lace and Etapcstry to bedspreads, and no fend of towels, ta lecloths, aprons, :curtains, draperies, and even suit- gings. l Several Bergman looms will be Ioperating on the gym floor and {two other makes of looms will be lshown. one of which is not patent- ;will be held in Seattle's Civic Audi-ifiingydménlay be “PM by any ltorium March 23—30, 10 a.m. to, ‘1' . . . i10 pm. Exhibits have been ell-l AUdmg to the exmb‘t the K‘t‘ Etered from all parts of America; [and garden clubs, florists, horti- :c111turists and colleges from many :Washington cities and towns will I have outstanding displays. Governor Langlie’s proclama- Ition called attention to the fact ton motif and the tables were ccn- following the program tea will be ithat bringing this twenty-second: iNational Flower and Garden Show 1to the West for the first time in lhistory, is a recognition of the M, Bvrne special invitation is extended tollfal)id GGVCIOPmOhE Of this Stiltel ' all women’s clubs asking that‘in the horticultural industries of; ithe nation. ,. i The Governor also termed this INational Flower Show “on educa- itional ltance . . . brings our citizens new Iand invaluable inspiration for the Assisting hostesses |bcautification of their homes and; l communities, while. giving 3 t i l l ‘greater impetus to our growing ihorticultural industry." A limited number of advance gtickets, 60,000 only, are on sale state are handling [advance tickets. When the sup- ,ply is gone, tickets will be avail- Iable only at the gates during Flower Show W'eek, iadults, 25c for children. Robert H. Roland, national executive sec- _retary, is in charge of National Flower Show offices now open in the Olympic Hotel, Seattle. l throughout this Mill Creek Economics Club .Illolds Meeting And Party Mrs. Marie Story entertained {at her home on Thursday for the {regular meeting of the Mill Creek There were 11 :members present and Mrs. Ella iBradley won the penny drill. The lfinal plans were made for the ipinochle party held the following levening, February 14 at Mrs. ILucille Morrison’s with four ta- ;bles of cards in play. Honors were lwon by Mrs. : Economics Club. land Mr. Kneeland. Mrs. Laura IHurst won the cut' prize. Re— freshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Lucille Morrison who lwas assisted by the Mesdames IMyrtle Vanderwall, Lucy Clark, 'Edna Longan, Emma Robbins. The ,next meeting will be held at Mrs. , lEdna W’ebber‘s on Wednesday the :26. Mr. O‘Malley will be present :at that time to speak on Land- Escaping. l'Girl Scouts Troop No. 5 .Holds Regular Meeting 5 The Girl: Scouts of Troop No. 5 met at the Lincoln school on Tues- day, February 18. They were given first aid, pamphlets a n d Mrs. Lloyd Morgan instructed , them in that class. They were all : fitted for the Girl Scout rings. A valentine party was also held, and cup cakes were served at the close. Chapter B, P.E.0. Meeting On Monday The next regular meeting of Chapter B, P.E.O. will be held on Monday evening, February 24 at; the home of Mrs. Mollie Lcc be~3 lginning at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Jean Todd Fredson will present a paper, on “American Women of the, Press." ‘ I l ..-_H_.._.,._. 4_-_.__.._._....__~_._._... I I l I I i v I event of national impor-‘ at 750 for fsap County Weavers Club will jshow, will be many local entries, :‘some of which are interesting :l‘lCiI‘lOOI'I‘lS and very old. I . . . . I This proycct is being sponsored Lby the Hood Canal Women's club, 'extensive showings of handiwork ever displayed in Mason County. iAdmission is 25 cents for adults. ‘The club is inviting school chil— i dren. ‘liiterosting Program ls :Plaimed For Garden Club E The regular meeting of the lShelton Garden club will be held ‘Monday afternoon at the Memor— ,ial Hall. J. A. Davis, Acting Di- lrcctor of Highways, will talk on a resume of roadside improve- imcnt actions, and will show mo— ltion pictures in colors of highway Iscenes. A business meeting will the held from 2 to 2:30; an open idiscussion on flower displays will at 450 until March 19, or suchjbc held from 2:30 to 2:45 and previous time as sold out. Gar-lfrom 2:45 to 2:30, Mrs. Harry Iden clubs, florists, and some shops .’ Perry will talk on the Culture 30f Animal Phlox. The Phlox has been chosen as the flower for comprehensive study by the club 'for the next six months. j At 3 o‘clock, i’il'. Davis will lgive his talk and show his pic- ltul‘es. 1 Additional donations towards ithe Railroad Avenue Beautifica— [tion project just recently made in- ‘iclude J. F. Bichsel, $20; F. W. gBishop, $20: Rayonier Inc, $15; iP. E. 0., $10; Girl Scouts, $2.50, land Amaranth Social club, $2.60. i I _._.. ioenerai “'elfare Club lGivcs Party Saturday i A large crowd gathered for the japron and overall party given by ‘the General Welfare club last I ling. This Saturday, February 22 ifrom 5 p. m. till 8 p. m., a baked iham dinner and all the trimmings Due at Hoodsportj {who value it as one of the most ‘ Saturday after its regular meet- The 110% mefi‘tihg -_ -s lPepsode-nt Deal 1 Creates Demand I ,.____ l A handsome letter of apology :‘fl‘on‘i the Pepsodent Company for ifailure to make delivery on sched- lule was received last week by R. Grenbcrg, proprietor of the Fir "Drug Store. The delivery in ques- tion was in regard to a shipment ‘of the new Pcpsodent toothbrush land paste deal which has received f lnationwide publicity over the radio 1 ,and in newspapers. I According to Mr. Greiiberg news lof the deal created such a tre- imendous demand by retailers that ithe Pcpsodent Company was liter- lally swamped and fell behinli‘l ischcdule. Even experts hired by! I the company to predetermine con-l lsumer demands fell far behind the iactual call. ! The Fir Drug Store now has a large stock of these items in, as advertised in today‘s Journal. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE , “Mind” is the subject of the iLcsson—Sermon which will be read ill‘l all Churches of Christ, Scien- tist, Sunday, February 23. Golden Text: “It is God whicht workcth in you both to will andl= to do of his good pleasure" (Phil. 2:13). Among the citations which com- :prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: “For ,though there be that are called lgods, whether in heaven or in earth, (as there be gods many, ’and lords many), But to us there 'is but one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and We in him" (I. Cor.8:5,6). The Lesson Sermon also in- cludes the following passage from Ethc Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy: “There can be but one Mind, because there is but one ,God; and if mortals claimed no lother Mind and accepted no oth- ler, sin would 'be unknown. We ican have but '0110 Mind. if that one is infinite” (p.469:17-21). i I l l l i i l I i I i i Mm. \Vatkins Hostess 1To Activette Members Harold Watkins was host- I Mrs. iess at her home on Wednesday I i I levelling when she entertained with i a 6:30 supper for members of the ,Activettes. Bridge was iduring the evening with cut prizes being awarded to Duckham and Mrs. Hal Briggs. 5 of Mrs. Hal Briggs I {will be on March 'ton from a goltre operation. , Tahuya Dancers , Out Strong For i Saturday’s Hop By Mrs. V. L Knowlton Tahuya, Feb. 18. A and ordgrly crowd attended the' dance last Saturday night whichI was the most successful of the winter. 5 Gladys Rendsland is recovering! in Olympic Hospital large i at Bremcr- Mrs. Babbage, Mrs. King, Clar— ence Reimer, Frances Huson Effie Knowlton attended the card party given by Elinor Chapter 0. ES. last week. Mrs. Robison and Frank Calla- ho were over from Union last Sun- day to call briefly at the Knowl- ton Ranch. ' Fred Linn’s son was over from Ccntralia to camp over the lovely weekend on the old homestead. Mrs. Knowlton and Bertha Ames called on Mrs. Luark in See The O WEAVER.) EXHIBIT HOODSPORT GYM Thursday, February- ' l ccivcd. I Frances Huson madi estate here. that is, I The teacher and s- ‘ and NV dary . F 1421?. fit-0:1 last owl *v her up and around b her old peppy self. 5h ed and grateful for ‘ \ From Hotel “D to h Clot-Vlrdi trip to Seattle on M0 Sunday was a big... been enough real est. tallied the mothers " Day at the schoolho. short program and V tribution, rcfreshmen cd to the following I“ Ginger McCollough spent the'HartV MIR Hint; . the weekend here with Mary Lut- l Mrs, Coopgr, Mrs. ‘ 0Utility 5, zenhiscr- The two girls W e 1' e 3 Buchanan, Mrs. VinC on the among the horseback riders at the ' bring, Mrs. Babbag Resort C Knowlton Ranch on Sunday. ing, Eend ab] Milton Ames came out with his A u after t parents from Bremerton for the “’F SeSsion Idance and remained for the week} gekend. end with Johnny and Donald Hu-l 'MFSZ'Ed son. I oteli Mrs Clarence Reimcr, who is visit-l ‘ Igmsport, ing his sister Viola Anderson, “100111 of caught two beautiful salmon in 'and Mrs. the canal last week. Clarence is, SHELTON. WAS " d Point 5 from Walnut Iowa, so his salt' ———-— «ughand water fishing knowledge is inci- Two Shows eve. 0111033ng pient. \ Starting at 7: Prised 0n t Matinee 2:15 p.m{ fhfhelm and Sund l assc r e ‘ Adm., 10¢ and 255 higthoyal . l' . (State 2¢; Fed eunégalt; Oils Herb palctlll'es 0 ; Coui 15¢ Nite 9; “THE no TWENT 1. Friday - S EDW’ARD G. "v “A. DISP FROM RED Myrtle Swearing“. will be the feature of the evening. ‘Mrs. Elsie Collins won the penny: idrill, and Mrs. Emma McGee was! ‘The next meeting will be held .Fr'lday, February 28 at the club- ‘house with Mrs. Alonzo Robinson 'B.Y.I‘.IT. Announces .day evening at 7:30 p. m. ‘Thc 'gives young people who are at- -hcld in the Young Peoples room The usual good time after the din- ner is promised. Tile public is in— vited to attend this meeting. Arcadia Economics Club Holds Ilegulur Meeting The Arcadia Economics club met at the Southside clubhouse on Friday, February 14. A pot- luck dinner was served at noon' to the ten members and four vis— K itors present. A fish pond was the attraction of the day and an exchange of valentines followed. i WITH PURCHASE OF anfl ‘ ’-” TWICE \ ANTISEPTICS 75¢ Listerine 59¢ 50¢ Listerine ................ .. 39¢ Sm. S.T. 37 Solution 59¢ Lge. S.T. 37 Solution .. 1.17 75¢ Pepsodent Antis. 59¢ 50¢ Pepsodent Antis. 39¢ $1 McKesson Extol ...... .. 89¢ $1 Lavorls ...................... .. 79¢ 4-oz. Oral Pentacresol .. 49¢ and Mrs. Gertrude Lambert as joint hostesses. appointed to the sick committee, I l W'eekly Meetings The following meetings are to be held this week by the B.Y.P.U. of the Baptist Church. On Thurs- I they I will hold their weekly praper Scr- I vice and on Saturday a fireside hour will be held at the same time. informality of this meetingi EVENING IN PARIS tending for the first time an ex- cellent chance to become acquaint— ed with the group. Also on Sun- day the regular service will be at 6:15 p. m. Harmonized Make-Up Ensemble Mrs. Crane Hostess For Business “lemon ' Members of the Business and Professional Women met on Mon— day evening at the home of Mrs. Ruby Crane with a good attend- ance. Guests present for the meeting were Mrs. Florence Smith and Mrs. Edith Claughton. Mrs. Eula Martin was in charge Face Powder Rouge and Lipstick . all "5 0 room anus“ nb‘bii§.p6iin}jiliiiiiici :1 :Asi’MAm wns in A SPAALL HKAD 50R “MRBENT l l in play MaiI'Ch 6 i Mrs. Roland 1 to 5 p. m. i of the group. Admission: Adults 25¢ I at the home! i 25: suzt PEPSODENT TOOTH PASTE or POWDER 47c msonn loath Powrkr SHAVE CREAMS 40¢ Palmolive .............. _. 37¢ 25¢ Palm‘blive .. 2 for 33¢ 40¢ Colgates _. 37¢ 25¢ Colgates .................. .. 23¢ 65¢ Palmolive ______ ._ jar 49¢ 50¢ Mennen Lather ____ __ 39¢ 35¢ Mennen Brushless ._ 29¢ 25¢ McKesson Lather .. 23¢ 50¢ Williams Glider 39¢ STRONG zoo SHEETS P: McK. Milk of plucky M $1.03 Bisodol '1 tto Se“ 10: Tums ...... . H“ Wang. $1.03 Alka Zane 103 Jests __________ _, 3: 12$ 75 100 a m . . FOR PAIN \- Anacin Tablets; Bayer Aspirin I ._1 60¢ Alka Seltzer % 25¢ Kotex Kurb Empirin ComP'.. 60¢ Bromo Seltzer" $1.00 Quan'ti BRIAK PIPE (A Sweet Smonr ready Broken and 2 pkgs.—30¢ V“ MAPLETO TOBAC ‘ All For ____ 7 gof the evening’s program which iwas “Women In National Defense." .The prize for the evening was I I «A flick of the finger—and the exclu- sive, new Magic Shelf makes room for extra-tall bottles. Another easy change and there’s room for a 12-pound turkey—five finger-tip adjustments give you five shelf arrangements. That big Vegetable Bin at the bottom of the ’41 Kelvinator holds over a bushel of potatoes, onions, turnips—saves you countless steps every day.» Complete equipment! Big Vegetable Bin—30 per cent bigger Crisper—Meat Chest—Polar Light—Room for frozen foods—Stainless Steel Cold-Ban—Magic Shelf—record econ- omy! Only Kelvinator gives you this value, because only Kelvinator has this kind of program of large—volume produc- tion and low-cost selling. Savings on other models range up to $30. Come see the new Kelvinators on our display floor today! Prices start at for an equipped 63/4 cubic foot model. z... Olsen Furniture Company 63/4 cubic feet of sheer convenience— that’s what you get with this . . . Com- pletely Equipped Model S-6 . ‘Pricax shown are in delivery in your kitchen with 5-Ycar Prolvch'on Plan. Stale and local taxes extra. I l l l l l ..Only l ning, i station plots, awarded to Mrs. Irene Forrest. Junior Legion Auxiliary \Vill Meet On Friday Members of the Junior Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary will meet on Friday afternoon at 4. p. m. at the Frank Fentiman home. Study for the afternoon will be on “Colon- ial History.” Florence Fentiman will be hostess for the group. Mrs. Leigh Duffield i To Be Hostess Tuesday i Mrs.» Leigh Duffield will bei hostess to members of the Amar-’ anth Social Club when they ga- ther at her home on Tuesday eve- February '25 beginning at 8 o’clock p. m. Mrs. Eli McCul- locll will be assisting hostess. All members are urged to attend. llifford “’ivells Are Honored At Meeting Members of the Order of East- ern Star gathered at the Mason- ic Temple on Saturday evening for a regular meeting and to honor the Associate Matron and Patron, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wivell. There was a large group in attendance with visitors from Chehalis, Un- ion City and Clatskonie, Oregon. A program consisting of read- ings by Mrs. Lawrence Burrell, solos by Jane McKay and piano solos by M. C. Zintheo, was pre- sented following the regular meet- inf. Refreshments were served at the close of the program. I l CAMPUS The grounds belonging to Wash- mthH State college include ap- proxunately 970 acres, of which. 120 acres have been set apart for‘ the campus and the rest for the] “011920- farm and experiment VITAMINS A.,B.,D.,G. 100 Abbott's Vita Kaps (Improved) .. 4.69 25 Parke-Davis Abdol with Vit. C 1.39 250 Parke-Davis Abdol with Vit. 0.... 9.69 50 Squibb Pargr‘an 5 Vitamin Perles 2.54 100 Squibb Pargran 5 Vitamin Perles 4.69 1—Ib. Abbott 2-Ib. Abbott with Viost 3 so CHIME ALARM ...................... .. 0 BIG BEN loud alarm 2.95 LlJMINOUS ............ .. 3.95 BIG BEN chime 3.50 WEST CLOX Shelby 2.45 BIG BEN electric .. 4.95 WESTCLOX Spur .. 1.65 BABY BEN .......... .. 2.95 Other Clocks from .. 98¢ 60¢ Sal Hepatica ................................ .. 49¢ 50¢ Ipana Tooth Paste ...................... .. 39¢ 5’s Gillette Blades ............... _..;'. ...... .. 25¢ 4’s Gillette Thin .............................. ._ 10¢ 20’s Marlin Double Edge .................. .. 25¢ 15’s Marlin Single ............................ .. 5’s Enders ........................................ _. 5’s Valet Auto Strop ...................... ._ 25¢ Fir "I & VITAMIN PREPARATI \ 1-lb. Squ'bb Navitol Malt Com 2-Ib. Squibb Navitol Malt Comd- with Viosterol . .................... .. G i I H I ........ ” 4_7o ‘-’ 100 Lilly Tieals Hepjcelbrm d 92 10-oz. Upjohn Vitrate, 1.29 ____ ,. 24,- Lg}ng 100 Lilly G o Lies eplcc eum Comp .3. 12_oz_ Upjohn Myeladol’ 14932, . l 25 Abbott’s V'ta Kaps ---------------------- -- 1-27 11-02. Pic-Dy. irradoi A, 97¢ _, 44-,- d?" Haliver Malt Haliver Malt erol Tail to Se V You in the ’1', Scientific W”. 0W) Our service has tested—a n’d found“ entific. Expert PI macists are ready, give you comple'te immediate attentl°"' a \ or f