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Page Two Brother Visiting Here Palmer Peterson of Euclid, Min- nesota, arrived Friday for a visit Alfred D. liillmer. He plans to visit here for with his sister, Mrs. some time. Say It . WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Dem/cred anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton H ardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W THEATRE M SH ELTON, WASHINGTON ’l‘onite and Tuesday Dec. 29 - 30 NOW they are on the screen. Edgar fiergen and Charlie McCarthy, Fibber McGee and Molly and Lucille Ball in “LOOK WHO IS LAUGHING” (S’Help us - It's a Riot!) Also March of 'Time Cartoon, News IJanuary List Of Surplus Foods Has No Change The list of Foods which may be purchased with Blue Food Orderi Stamps during the month of January remains the same as thatI for December except for the re—l moval of raisins from the list,; Howard T. Heun, Area Supervisor? for the Surplus Marketing Admin-; istration, U. S. Department of Ag— 1 riculture. announced today. , , The January list for the blue} [stamp buying by eligible families, Iin Washington for January in-‘ eludes: butter; fresh pork (except: , that cooked or packed in metal orl glass containers); fresh grape-I, fruit, pears, apples, oranges andl all fresh vegetables (including po-I tatoes); corn meal, wheat flour,} enriched wheat flour and wholel wheat (graham) flour: hominy grits: shell eggs; dried prunes; dry edible beans. I Sales of blue stamp foods amw ong participating families in this area have been increasing since! learly November, Heun I s a i d. l Washingtonians p u re h a s ed ap- I IDI‘OXimately $281,000 worth Of'have as their house guests overt xfoods with blue stamps in Nov-‘the holidays, Mr. and Mrs. John; ember, an increase of $36,500 over! [October’s figure of $254,500. PeréMrs. \Veatherogg is known here} ‘ person blue stamp issuance wasI also up during November, aver-I i aging $3.29 as compared with $3.05 , lduring October. This can be attri-' lbuted princi ally, Heun added, to l the enlarge list of nutritious blue istamp foods available, and to the 1 revised basis of minimum purchase __ __ .___.,—_—_._.——.—.. -———_ George R. Clark, 24, Manches- ter, and Olive James, 18, Shelton. at Seattle, Dec. 24. James L. Edwards, 21, Shelton. at Shelton, Dec. 27. Three day wait. waived by order of Su— perior Judge D. F. Wright. Cole L. Miller, 25, Fort Lewis, and Jean R. Burke, 25, Lakeview,{ VVnsh., at Shelton, Dec. 27. Three day wait waived by order of Sn— perior Judge D. F. Wright. Keith L. Barrett. 22. Route 1, Mt. Vernon, and Helen M. O’Brien, 22, Route 5, Mt. Vernon, at Shel-i ton, Dec. 26. Robert E. Hill, 19. Seattle, and Lola Hill, 16, Shelton, at Shelton, Dec. 26. Forrest Jensen, 35. and Margar— et Brotherton, 21, both of Ray- mond, at Shelton, Dec. 24. Miles Elliott. 25, Shelton, and Alic-e Greenwalt, 21, Wenatche, at Shelton, Dec. 24. Holiday Guests From Angeles Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brockshink P. VVeatherogg of Los Angeles. as Miss Vera Finlay, former mem- ber of the W. Stock Company of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Brockshink enter- tained on Christmas day with a family dinner. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Weatherogg, Mr. __§IEE1LQE: . I l MARREAGE llCEHSES 3%, I I Fort } ILewis, and Donna Stoner, 19, of; ‘: Alice Greenwalt \Veds I IMiles Elliott Sunday requirements. “The stamp plan is part of the lFederal Agricultural progra m iwhich assures farmers an ade- Iquate market and enables them to increase production of food crops vital to America‘s war ef- fort. Likewise, as a measure of 1 civilian defense for ten million less lfortunate Americans: the stamp‘ plan serves in war time as well ias peace time to keep up morale and health among the people." HOSPITAL FATIENT and Mrs. H. W. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thomas of Olympia, Bea Forbes, Mr. William Simp- son and Mr. Webb, Sr. Wednesday Only “ROAD AGENT” with Dick Foran, Leo Carrillo, Andy Devine Plus News and Good Short Features From Olympia Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Bennett of Olympia were dinner guests on Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Bennett. ‘Friends Visit At i Dan Wilson Home Friday visitors at the home of IMr. and Mrs. Dan Wilson were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beaudion and family and Mrs. Lewis Brautigan of Aberdeen. On Sunday, Miss Thurs. Fri. - Sat. I 9 Edward W. Brooks of Shelton ' |was admitted to Shelton hospital' I Humphrey Bogart and Mary Astor in “THE MALTESE I FALCON” ‘ with Gladys George, Peter I Lorre, Barton McLane Friday for medical care. bach of Elma visited the Wilson's. GIRL INJURED IN WRECK Clarice Hula of Tacoma was treated at Shelton hospital Sat— Auburn Golden Flake Buttermilk . also l urday morning for minor injuries Serial Cartoon News ¢ - Isuffered in an automobile acci— m BINNS 825 Franklin I dent, then released shortly after- ward. Del Monte CORN, PEAS STR. BEANS 3cans 39¢ Broken Slice 10-le. Pan’ck Flour Qt Syrup PINEAPPLE Both for 79¢ 2 cans . . . . .‘39¢ TOMATO SOUP ........ .. 6 cans _ FORMAY ...................... .. 3-lbs. MATCHES ......... ...... .. carton HONEY ....................... 5-lbs. MARSHMALLOWS .... .. 2-lbs. DILLS ‘ ............................ .. 2 qts. SUNSHINE Gold Shield COFFEE SODAS ............ .. 2-lbs. 29¢ GRAHAMS .... .. 2-lbs. 31¢ Shoulder VEGETABLES Veal Roast lb. 25c Mutton LARGE ' Grapefruit. 12 for 45¢. Swt. Spuds. 25¢ TANGEIINE Oranges, mesh bag 89¢ Lemons . . . . 2 doz. 35¢ Cranberries]. 2—lbs 35¢ Mixed Peels and Nuts for the Holidays CITY MARKET Chops . . lb. Fresh Ground Hamburger . .. lb. 20¢ ' Pure Pork Sausage lb. 20¢ Sirloin Steak . . . . . lb. 35¢ FRESH KILLED Hens and Fryers for Your New Year’s Dinner Shirley Farrar and Richard Breid—, l MASON COUNTY JOURNAIJ PHONE 100 , Miss Alice Greenwalt and MilesI 1E. Elliott were united in marriage at the Mount Olive Lutheran! QChurch Sunday evening, Decem- { ber 28. The Reverend R. C. Muh-- ,Ily performed the candle light I ceremony at 9 o’clock before closeI i friends and members of, the family. The church was beautifully decor-' gated with Christmas greens, a: l lighted tree and glowing altar can-i idles for the occasion. ' i The bride was attractively idressed in a light blue wool en- Isemble with a long torso jacket: I and pleated skirt. Gardenias form- E ‘ed her corsage. The matron of! ionor, the bride’s Sister, Mrs. E. :E. Mackey was attired in a blue: 'and browu ensemble and wore a 'ipink carnation corsage. Mr. E. E. lMackey was the best man. l I The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Greenwalt of Wen- atchee, former Shelton residents. Mrs. Elliott graduated from the Shelton high school with the class of 1938. She also graduated from I the St. Anthony hospital in Wen- atchee. I The groom, the son of Mr. and iMrs. Edward Elliott, attended (vein I, Hood Canal Women’s Club l Will Meet on Friday Members and friends of Hood Canal Women‘s Club will pleasel note that the first January meet— ing date falls on New Year’s Day, 1 so this meeting will be held on, Friday, January 2, at 11 a. m. at; the Hoodsport Club rooms. Mrs. Bertram P. Thomas, president of the Washington State Federation of Women’s Clubs will be guest speaker at 2 p. in. All Club mem—I hers and friends in Mason Countyl are especially invited to hear this talk, as it will carry out the Na—§ tional Defense theme outlined by the General Federation. : Home from School Miss Peggy Ann Klasell is, spending her vacation from school\ duties at Pullman with her par—. ents. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kla— sell and Peggy Ann drove to Port Townsend to visit his aunt, Mrs.‘ A. N. Klasell. ’ . Seattle Guests Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Soule and family, George Trowbridge, ofI Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Trow- bridge of Olympia, went to Seat- tle on Christmas to spend the day IShelton schools and studied diesel Iengineering in Seattle. l A reception was held immedi- Iately after the ceremony at the! ihome of the groom’s parents. The {lovely three tiered bride’s cake lwith the traditional bride and [groom figurines atop was served from the buffet, decorated with white Chrysanthemums and pale 1 ter, poured and Mrs. Mervin Win- gard, served the cake. Miss Mar- lion Greenwalt, the bride‘s sister was in charge of the guest book. For traveling the bride added a two tone topcoat and matching accessories. After a short honey— moon in Seattle, Mr. Elliott will leave, within the week, for ser- vice in the Army. Warsplte Boy Dinner Guest ‘at Wiley Home Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wiley en- tertained at their home on Sun- day with a dinner for Ernest Cooper of H.M.S. Warspite in ,Bremerton. After dinner they " drove to Camp 3. Family Dinner At Hunfin- Home Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ahern and family of Bremerton, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McLennan of Tacoma and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eells of Shel- ton gathered at the Paul Hunter Ihome for a family dinner on Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Entertain Thursday Guests of the L. E. Bishop fam- ily Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bishop and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Bishop and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morgan and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Clin- ton Okerstrom and daughters, Mrs. Fae Miller and Private Clyde W. Bishop, who is with the U. S. Forces Q. M. Regt. at San Anton- io, Texas, home on a short fur- lough. Visiting Parents 1 Staff Sergeant Donald K. Kid- well, of Flort Bliss, Texas, arriv- ed the 16th for a ten day fur- lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cab Rains of Beverly and son, Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Wagner, Mrs. Alice Fast and John Wagner were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rains on Christmas day. Don left for Fort Bliss Friday morning. He reports Washington climate the grandest in the world, rain and all. Spends Xmas With Parents Mrs. Leo Bishop of Aberdeen, spent the Christmas holiday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bishop of Camp Three. Mr. Leo Bishop is with the U. ,S. navy. Shelton Dancing Club 1 Making Reservations ‘ Members planning on attending the New Years eye dance given Iby the Shelton Dancing Club are lasked to get their reservation in by Tuesday to either Mrs. R. H. McGough 401-J or Mrs. Frank lHawks, 150-R. When reserVations yore phoned in a complete list of I the guests must be given to avoid duplication. Visit Sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill and (laughter, Virginia. spent Christ- ana Mrs. F. A. Travis. Virginia is a student at Whitman college. Mrs. Hill and sisters. IMr. and Mrs. Sut Entertain Guests Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sutton en- tertained at their home on Christ- 'mas for Mr. and Mrs. R. Rich- mond of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Burnett of Bremerton, who i arrived Christmas eve. {mas and the weekend with Mr. Mrs. Travis are Mr. and Mrs. Rowe Have Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rowe en- 1 tertained with a family dinner and tree on Christmas eve.’ Those present included Mr.’ and Mrs. F. W". Hopkins and son Richard of Tacoma. Mrs. Owens of Taco- ma, Mrs. Belle Hopkins, mother of Mrs. Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Hopkins and child, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bradbery, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowe‘and family and the Thomas Rowe family. On Christhmas day their son-in- Ilaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haskins and daughter of Bellingham, arrived for the day. I Visit In Idaho daughter Ann, spent Christmas lwith her mother, Mrs. G. C. _Vin- ,cent in Moscow, Idaho. Mrs. Vin- Icent returned with them on Sun- day for a visit here. They report Snoqualmie Pass free of snow and conditions good for driving. yellow tapers. Miss Alice Elliott. Guests at the of Los Angeles, the groom’s sis- Libby Home Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bains‘ Dr. and Mrs. Louis Keyser and- with Mr. 'Soule’s parents, Mr. and, Mrs. T. A. Soule. Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie Entertain on Xmas entertained on Christmas day with a. dinner for Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Friedrick and daughter, Miss Ei- leen and Mrs. Al Koch. Mrs. Ethel Libby of Seattle and Miss Helen Libby and Miss Rhoda Eaton of Everett spent Christ- mas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Miller. Confined to Home Miss Borg Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Anderson, who is ill, is confined to her home and unable to have visitors. Weekend Here Miss Larose Forquer of Seattle ,spent the holiday and week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Witsiers Fauberts Entertain Houseguests Here Mr. and Mrs. Ed Faubert’s houseguests for the Christmas hol- iday were her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wendal Hemphill, her daughter, Lela Jo Windle, of Seattle, and: I Canned FooodsTo m...“ AM ./ Hepner Famin Join " Visits l’lirenls Tuesday, Dec-em ber 30, I es'dav. l: llfm' Xmas Dinner Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lin Mrs. Cora Hepner entertained on spent the wot-l: in Seattle “you \Vish ‘ Christmas day with a family cling their parents. Tell—vJourn‘ R l I “7 N d‘ner for her son Edwin 21nd lull ~ 7 ~ - r wswm- nal “'anl five daughters and their families “ . 0 e n Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rector and? RGSlde“ __"" family, Mr. and Mrs. Haroli’l‘ Comma Canned vegetables will play an important part in the arsenal of food being produced by American farmers in 1942, says Bert Rau, chairman of the Mason county USDA Defense Board. Needs of the armed forces, civilian popula—j , tion and aid to other democracies mm“ will require the greatest canned vegetable production in history. _, Price supporting measures have been announced for tomatoes and. peas for canning, which will be ,r q we, 5 purchased through the Agricul-- tural Marketing Service of thei‘H‘Shmgton‘ U. S. Department of Agriculture. , , ‘ To insure higher prices being‘z‘l‘itfis y’a‘mfitif passed on to farmers. purchases, 11‘ “nd 1“” will be made only from canncries which have been certified by the; pa ,mm State USDA Defense Board as’;€“"‘jl”‘ Having agreed by contract to pay ‘J (NOISE; _fl producers the following minimum prices: ' Tomatoes—not less than $5.00} per ton more than the averagelSan Bruno, Chase and family, Mr. Orin Parks and family, Mr. and ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Good— win and family Edwin Hepner Attending Convention Mike Rector attended the New- man Club convention at Pullman the llniixzrsity is the mother of IVlr=:. CHRISTMAS VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wisslcr oi Calif., arrived here I 1940 price paid to growers in the I Christmas Eve for a holiday visit State or area. [at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. Peasvnot less than $17.50 perl, C. Holmes on Hillcrest. They will and Mrs. ‘ will leave on January 6 for the J. A. Parsons of‘ Portland spent Christmas with Mr. , ‘ and Mrs. William Sti‘svenson. Mrs.‘ Ele Mrs. Glen Breitspccher and fem—- ‘ last week. as one of the two dole» ‘ (if. .I I i I etrical Contrac PHONE 210 No Problem Too Small None Too Large NEW YEA A A; w. Li‘ON ‘ VALLEY Sponsored by Shelton Eagles Earl’s Orchestra "5‘ 1"! l; k “9 o Wond Admission 25¢ ., Tax Dancing t0 1 en the cro Rau pointed out. The nation’s needs for the nextI i,\\_ \\ ‘ ton more than the average 1940l be here until after the New Year“ Favors,- .- y men i price paid to growers in the State‘», arrives. Mrs. VVlsslcr is a sister pearancefl or area. [of Mr. Holmes. 1 .4.’ -A f" don't g Large quantities of canned snap l ‘ i ' business beans and corn will be required in. 1 ' WWW e the risl 1942, but no price guarantees‘l ‘ as a sea have been applied and no direeti 3,4, .g, T, thes to u: government purchases of these , aning. commodities are contemplated, ; , STEAM lNSleN is :l ferment- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKenzie, of canned tomatoes, 38 million cases of canned peas, 121/; million cases of canned snap beans, and 24 million cases of canned corn. This represents an increase above the 1941 pack of 25 per cent for ' tomatoes and 33 percent for peas. I The goal for snap beans is about the same as the 1941 pack, while the corn figure represents a de~ crease of about 2 million cases be- low that paeked in 1941. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Arrive Here Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Ander- son, nee Margaret Logan, of Chi- cago, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Logan Christmas day. Their arrival came as a sur- , prise to the Logan’s, who with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Logan, Sharon .and Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ' ence Logan, and William Ogle had gathered to celebrate Christmas. Once again the family had the ‘pleasure of being united at Christmas, with only the absence of their eldest son William David, who was unable to leave New York, because of war conditions. Willie was consigned to the Navy Gordon Windle of Spokane. I Visits Parents I Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Roush Jr., , spent Christmas day with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKenna 1 ip‘ Centralia. Tacoma Guests Here Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Williams of Tacoma spent the week end with Mrs. C. I. Pritchard. Miss Rosalie Dion Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Omer L. Dion are ‘announcing the engagement of their only daughter. Rosalie to Charles L. Dennis (Jack Dennis) son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Den- nis of Dayton. The betrothal was disclosed at a party in Aberdeen on Sunday] December 28, the occasion being Miss Dion’s 20th birthday. No date has been set for the wed- ding. Saturday Evening Party Given Here Mrs. H. W. Christian and Miss Georgia Valentine entertained at the farmer’s Bayshore home on Saturday evening with a holiday ‘, party. Those present were Mr. and i Mrs. George Cropper, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. E1- liot Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Anderson, Mary McCann of Olympia, , Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wyekoff, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Briggs, Dr. and Mrs. George LeCompte, Dr. and Mrs. B. N. Col- lier, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ketten- ring of Tacoma, and Mrs. J. W. Collier, Sr., mother of Mrs. Chris- 18.11. Spend Holiday In Portland Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Zintheo spent Christmas in Portland with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mays. Donald Mays, a visit. Mr. and Mrs. will spend New Years day Gorham is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Zintheo, for an indefinite time. Visit Parents Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Wilson visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Girard of Hoquiam from Christmas eve to sunday. Mays Bremen-ton Couple Married Friday ,Donna Lee Brooks and Ralph McBryde, both of Bremerton, were married in the Baptist parsonage, Friday evenin , December 26. Rev- erend. J. 0. ovee performed the ceremony. Home From College Miss Bonnie Jean Deegan, stu- dent at Stephen's College is spending her Christmas holiday in Shelton. From Oregon 'Mr. Charles Calkins of Gres- ham, Oregon, is visiting at the home of his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Calkins. Visiting Daughter Mrs. Josephine Elson is visiting this week at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Clothier. On Chr‘ t- mas eve Milt Clothier Jr. ca ed his parents from his station at San Diego. Any of the boys were aIIOWed to call their parents, but a censor listened to each call . Xmas Guests Mr. and Mrs. Birtley Ball of Cushman were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs; A. L. Ferwerda on Christmas day. ... Frank McLeod, Miss i nephew returned with them for a here. Mrs. I Reserve a month ago, his rank being Ensign Wm. David Logan, S. C. M.U.S.N.R. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson visited over the week- end with friends in Tacoma and after spending a few days with Mr. Anderson’s parents, in Port- land, Mr. Anderson will leave for Chicago on New Year's‘day. Mrs. Anderson will return to Shelton ; for a week or ten days visit with Iher parents and brothers before Ijoining her husband in Chicago. I If CLE l l I J. C. i I I l .« it. 1 ONLY ONLY Red ONLY 1 ONLY 2 ONLY 3 ONLY ' 5 ONLY—Ladies CARDIGANS _...‘ 80¢ 10 ONLY—Girls’ CARDIGANS 50¢ 1 ONLY—Girls’ SPT. JACKET. 1.50 1 ONLY—Girls’ CORD. SUIT .... _. 2.00 5 ONLY—Ladies FALL COATS... $10 I I REDUCED l 13 pr. LADIES SHOES 1:00pm Mostly Gabardine Tics Odd sizes I I I l I I year will require 40 million casest /V/i’£)’n- ‘ P‘NM'Y 09.. Shop Early! The Bargain Event of the Year. Every lie I Drastieally Reduced. Rea and Navy FLANNEL JACKETS Sizes 7 to 16 GIRLS BLOUSES Sizes 12-14-16 ' Women’s Glen Plaid SUETS Womens Glen Plaid SUIT -- Size 16 Wisp-O-Knit SWEATERS Misses ‘ SPORT JACKETS REDUCED! 500 1.00 '- likc substance manufac- lured in the pancreas. which normally acts as »l “sto'rr” in utilizing , .. the sug'ir- fuel of the \‘ hotly. \ & DRY Pl ,l I ll \2} <. \. \Cl, '3 /A’\ ‘ to; insulin has made dia- betes “controllable,” but the earlier detected the more easily con- trolled. When this chemical “factory” body of ours harbors a slacker ‘ pancreatic system, then sugar that should be converted into fuel and energy remains in the blood, in raw or "unburned" . state. and is finally thrown off by the kidneys. This excessive sugar has a degenerative action on some of the important organs, and leaves the patient hungry and thirsty, even though he has plenty of “fuel.” When lNSUlJN is given under the supervision of a physician who has analyzed the special requirements of the patient. this sugar is properly assimilated and converted into food and fuel. lNSULlN‘ acts as a substitute for the slacker pancreatic system, and maintains a balanced sugar metabolism. Diabetes occurs at all'ages, but most commonly in middle "A life. Luxurious living and sedentary habits are often import- ant factors in the cause of diabetes, and obesity seems to be present at the onset of a great many cases. RICHARD E. GREEQG. Prop.- lIIlIIl'B PHESEillPlIIlIIS IS lIiE IIIIISI lIIIPUlllIiIIl Pfilll Ill [lllll BUSIRESS ‘— Grape “Telling the Public About the i Doctor" appears weekly in ibis papal} . oma‘ \— ..... l u 2 ‘— l Bargains for all the Famil, -~" 2:141 ate... my ‘1"! Case moo poo poo ,. 3, c. ~.w -.' I". m, www.- - .1“’w9§"lb . "at, r m” we: vat-ow“ reappear): g u 2 Only MEN’S SPORT COATS Each SlZE 36 and 40 ‘f | 0 Don’t Miss These 9 PAIR—3 threa sink HOSE ____ .. 5, 2' ONLY—Ladies FALL COATS.$5 so PAIR GIRLS E swarms ______ I. so ONLY- FALL PURSES a ONLY—~Men’s TOP soars- $16 , s BOXES— STATIONERY. NLY Boy7s Elastic Waist DRAWERS, sizes 24 & 30 ONLY Boy’s Short Sleeved ,1- Unnnnsniars, sizes 6-12—14 , owd FRY r I iant . 3.; . aw ‘- r). uda‘g't. j‘..;,~,;;,‘-‘._~ 9E Only LADlES MlLLlNERY All Styles! All Color-s! ‘ JU w‘: ,- i ww ),£.Z.§I_’l,‘: 2 ONLY Cloth Cov. and Plain SCHOOL NOTE BOOKS ONLY Plain Black ‘- NOTEBOOK 85 FILLER mi ~ ONLY Linen and Part Linen % HANKHES, {some Cotton Lawn fl ~,. . Av. . v .. 3x