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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1938, Ames, Iowa Society we Omen s featured Sod yes an j clubs Mist Margaret Tiller m is or. A a. Ingerson in a simple ceremony at High noon wednesday at the Bethesda lutheran Church miss Margaret Tiller daughter of or. And mrs j. R. Tiller of Zumbrota Minn., was married to or. C. A. Inger son son of mrs. Caroline Inger son of St. Paul Minn. Rev. Alvin n. Rogness read the single ring ceremony in the presence of members of the immediate families. The Church was decorated with Palms and bouquets of summer Bowers. A White carpet was placed Down the Center aisle of the Church. Miss Anna Marie nos Back played appropriate music preceding and during the ceremony. Myra Knutson Sang several vocal selections and the processional was the a bridal chorus Iron Lohengrin by Wagner. Mendelssohn it a wedding March was played for the recessional. The Bride who was Given in marriage by heir father wore a White Satin gown Cut Princess style with a standup Collar of Point d Esprit lace. The sleeves full to the Elbow were trimmed with insets of lace and were close fitting below the Elbow. A Wreath of Shell Orange blossoms held in place a Long White net veil which had a slight train and a front lace veil. The Bride carried a Shower bouquet of Gardenias. Miss Betty Berglund of St. Paul who was maid of Honor wore Alice Blue embroidered net and carried an Arm bouquet of Pink rusts and Blue Delphinium. The bridesmaid mrs. C. J. Tiller of Minneapolis wore a Pink embroidered net frock fashioned similar to that of the maid of Honor and carried an Arm Boti Quet like that of the maid of Honor. The Flower girl Pene Andree Tiller of Ames wore a White net dress Over Blue Satin. A brother of the Bride. O. A Tiller of Ames was Best Man and c. J. Tiller of Minneapolis another brother was usher. Following the wedding at 1 30 of lock at hotel Sheldon Munn there was a reception for wedding guests members of the immediate a Milles. Or. And mrs. Inger on left after thu reception for a trip through the Western states and a cruise to Alaska. They will be at Home after aug. L5, of Lake Josephine. Us Paul Minn., where the bridegroom is a phys inn and surgeon. W a a it miss Jean Mcelroye a engagement announced the engagement of miss Jean Melroy of Ames daughter of mrs. Margaret Mcelroy of Milford to Lieut. Carl a. Young ample of Portsmouth n. Ll., was announced at a delightful party at Midnight saturday at the Home of mrs. John i. Nelson. The table was covered with a lace clo ii entered with a Large Crystal Basket filled with Sweet peas. On either Side of lie Centrepiece was a grouping of pastel coloured candles tied with Silver cellophane bows. The announcement was revealed by a miniature scroll bearing the names of the couple. The scroll was enclosed in the Center of a Pink Rosebud fastened to heart shaped nut cups. Ice Cream squares decorated with crossed sabers Aud Angel food cake were served. I a country club thursday Bridge party postponed. The regular weekly dinner and Bridge party scheduled for thursday at the Ames country club will not be Beld this week. Arcadia Lodge confers degrees Arcadia Lodge no 249, a. F a a. M. Will meet for a regular meeting thursday night. Master Mason degrees will he conferred by a learn from bae i. Olive Lodge no t9 of Boone la. It it Franklin Friendly Farmer ettes meet the Franklin Friendly Farmer ettes held their second monthly meeting june 23 at the Home of june Jacobson. Demonstration teams were selected and were requested to give a demonstration by the next meeting. Each girl answered Roll Call by giving a health Rule. Attractive stitches and Dewing methods were displayed by Eunice f in Arn and the girls then practice them. The on socials Calendar wednesday women Golf country club. B. P. W. Evening meeting. B. P. W. Luncheon. T. T. T. Sorority Pocahontas club. Thursday Nee Wallah Arcadia Lodge. Club received first award in the music memory contest at Nevada. Marie Dodds was historian of Story county and was also chosen As Best groomed girl. The hostess and her Mother served refresh ments after the program. # f Ltd mrs. Nelson entertains at final Courtesy for or. And mrs. Winter As a final Courtesy for or. And mrs. W. T. Winter mrs. John l. Nelson entertained a group of intimate friends of the couple at a dinner saturday evening at Horn Beck s Chicken inn. Or. And mrs. Winter left Ames sunday for Lebanon lad., where they will make their new Home. Or. Winter recently accepted a position As sales manager for the United states machine corporation its it ass a a announce High scores at country club Bridge mrs. Earl Luke and mrs. Jim Yeager won High scores at the women s weekly Bridge party at tee Wes country club tuesday after noon. Hostesses were mrs. Ii. Nordyke mrs. T. G. Garfield and mrs. M. B. Griffith there will be attend the no Bridge next tuesday Ltd it it country club opens series of sports dances for younger members tuesday the first in a series of Junior sports dances for teen age members of the Ames country club crones were or. And mrs. P. S. Shearer or. And mrs. Henry Giese or. And mrs. Grant dudgeon and or. Aud mrs. Walter Dunagan. To provide entertainment for High school age members a series of summer dances have been scheduled during the vacation months. Sponsoring the dances Are mrs. Shearer mrs. Charles i. Merrick and w. S. Rupe. The hours were spent informally in dancing and by t refreshments were served during the evening. Ltd a Ltd Helmer fee nuptials local persons will be interested in the wedding of miss Dorothy Helmer of Evanston daughter of or. And mrs. H. J. Helmer of Iowa City. To Paul fee son of mrs Rosella fee of Chicago which occurred fut urday at the St. Nicholas Church at Evanston i. Miss Homer graduated from the University of Iowa and has been teaching in the Evanston schools. Or. Fee is a graduate of Iowa state College and now is Chicago representative for the Wilson steel implement company. After their return from a wedding trip to Montreal can., t in couple will he at Home in Evanston. A 4> Zowi 4-h club meets Friday awol 4-h dub of Grant township will have an All Day meeting Friday at the Home of Marilyn a Well. It it # Ltd knights Templar attend state conclave sunday Donald a. Morrison commander of the Ames commanday l. C. Tantrum and it. E. Rudebush will seventy fifth annual conclave of the grand command Ary knights tempter of Iowa it Templar Park spirit Lake the week of july 3. Tallman and Rou Debush will serve As instructors Durn g the Eek. The first event will he a religious service sunday evening with Jesse m. of trough Public installation of of son who bad spent the past week cd Ca a. Uth cers or deers Friday morning. Roudebush returned Home with them sunday is grand treasurer of the state evening organization. A was Given at the club House from Keokuk in it Harge. The annual 8 toll tuesday evening with about i school of instruction will open so Young people attending. Chap monday and sessions will continue of Urksa make your fourth of july costume Complete with humming Bird hosiery 79c 89c $1.00 $1.1$ sizes 8y2to 11 at Stephenson a famous for fabrics a mgr from Campus prepared by Ames Tribune Betty Crocker Horae service department birthday in july Blue Larkspur is the Flower of those who were born in july while the birthstone for this month is the Ruby. A Lovely combination of colors certainly. Can to you picture a table set with Ruby red goblets and salad plates and a Low bowl of Blue Larkspur for the Centrepiece Blue candles in Ruby Glass holders would set it off to perfection. Then there a be a special ice Cream for dessert Home made peach ice Cream or a Raspberry mousse perhaps. Last but by no Means least a there a be the birthday cake in a suggesting that for this Midsummer birthday we choose a cake absolutely different and appropriate. Its called Watermelon cake anti it s baked in a bread loaf pan the Center filled with raisins and coloured red. Then there san outer rim of White cake Between the red a a in Ards of the Melon and the Green iring. The Corners of the cake have been rounded Oft before the icing was applied so that when it s covered with an icing in two shades of Green it really does look like a Long Cool Green striped Melon All ready to Cut. The Black raisins shot through j Siens then fill the Center Section the red Interior of the cake look t with a layer of Pink Batter. Sprinter Alf the world like real water Klo Pink Batter with raisins and Melon seeds. Serve it on a bed put in another Laver of Pink on top of Lens arranged Over a Large j of the raisins. Sprinkle with More Platter and you la cause a real raisins and put in another Laver sensation when it comes to the i of Pink Batter. Sprinkle any raisins fable. Left Over the top carefully pull or if you re trying hard to think out the pieces of cardboard crap of an appropriate present for a fag the Batter from them with a Friend whose birthday is in july j Spatula As you pull them so that try mending one of these interest toe Pink and White batters will ing Watermelon cakes. Of yes there a the matter of candles. If you Are one of those to whom a birthday cake just Isnit a birthday cake unless it has candles then you can arrange them around this cake As Well As on any other. Here is the recipe. Watermelon cake i cups butter bus cups cake hour 3 cups sugar 3 tsp. Baking powder 1$ cups milk 2 tsp Vanilla 8 egg Whites i tsp. Cream of tartar h cup raisins Cream butter. Add sugar and Cream thoroughly. Sift flour once before measuring. Sift flour and baking powder together and add to the creamed mixture alternately with the milk. Blend in Vanilla. Each stay in place. Cover top of Pink Section with a thin layer of White Batter so that this White Batter will look like the White Rind around the sides and tot. Of the Gink Section of the Watermelon Ake 1l> hours covering with paper for the first half of the baking. In a moderate oven Soo i use a pan la tjx7,.ax2$ inches. When cake is Cool carefully shave off the Sharp edges or the outside of Roland Anderson Sowers wedding miss Marian Ellen Anderson daughter of t. A. Anderson of this place was United in marriage to or. Clare r. Sowers son of or. And mrs. C. P. Sowers of Story City in a service Lovely for its simplicity sunday afternoon at 2 of clock at the Home of the brides father Southeast of Roland attending the wedding were 60 members of the immediate family and a of w friends. Nuptial vows were taken beneath an improvised Arch of roses. In the spacious living room and the single ring sen ire was read by the Bride s pastor Rev. Olaf Holen. The Bride was charming in a floor length gown of White Satin Stripe Chiffon and carried a Shower bouquet of roses Sweet peas and babies breath. She also wore a pin which had been a gift of the grooms Grandfather to his wife on her wedding Day. Miss Irma Anderson served her sister As maid of Honor and wore a pretty afternoon gown o Pale Blue taffeta and carried a bouquet of Tea roses and babies breath. The bridegroom who wore a White Palm Beach suit was attended by his Cousin Kenneth Hughes of Ames As Best Man. He was dressed in a dark Blue suit and both wore White Carnation boutonnieres. Mrs Rexford Hughes played an appropriate group of selections preceding the ceremony Aud also accompanied mrs. Grant egg Laud when she Sang a to Promise me and a i love you truly. A a Telegram was received from the Bride s grandparents or. And mrs c. D. Bruce of Evergreen colo., and an air mail congratulatory letter from the Groom s brother in Law and sister i. And mrs. Frank Pinkiert of Athens a who Are vacationing in California. The Anderson Homo was decorated with red roses and lilies and a delicious luncheon was served by misses Louise Bruce Ethel Christian Evelyn Anderson and Joyce Stensland. Among the gifts was a three tier wedding cake beautifully decorated. The Bride Cut the first piece an i served it to her husband. Mrs. Yore Bielefeldt the bridegrooms sister Cut and served to the other guests. Follow ing the reception the bridal couple left for a trip to Denver colo., arid other places of interest and w ill return by Way of Kansas City. They will be at Home at the Sowers farm in Milford township after july 5. The Bride who attended the Roland school graduate Dom the Roland High school in 1937. Or. Sowers is a graduate of the Gilbert nigh school and for the past several years has been farming in Milford township. Guests from a distance who w Ere present for the wedding were or. And mrs. Leo Bruce and children of Centerville or. And mrs. Harold Strom of Jackson Minn., or. And mrs. G. C. Ramsey or. And mrs. M. L. Olson of Gray. Or. And mrs. Mrs. Gordon Corwin and family of Eagle Grove. Or. And mrs. H. L. Boyes and or. And mrs. Rexford Hughes and children of Nevada or. And mrs. A Barie Hughes and Kennelh Jay Young mrs. F g Carey and daughters of Ames or and mrs. Georg. R Sowers of Story City and miss Marie Breen of Omaha. Neb miss Sylvia Thompson. Harold m or land and pad Rod of this place who Are employed in Ames business firms attended the sales Many a crusade and Good will dinner Given at the Sheldon Mtyr hotel monday evening. Miss Mary Gierre returned to her Home at Mason City tuesday. Following a two week. Visit at the Hong of or. And mrs gyrus Thompson. A daughter was born to or and mrs John Beatty Southeast of Roland june 23. Eugene and Ralph Rorem of Minneapolis Minn., who Are vacation tug at Clear Laie. Drove Down sunday for a few Days visit with relatives. Marilyn and Jerry Schaffer of Indianola came sunday for a visit with their grand Mother mrs Anna Mae Larson and other relatives miss Hazel tight of Marshalltown Cami Here monday night for a few Days visit friends. Misses Bernita Jondall and Rev Cly Sampson will entertain the member of the helping hand at the regular meeting of the group saturday afternoon. L liner guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Andrew Tjelmeland living South of Roland on sunday included or. And mrs Andrew a sit old. Or. And mrs. Andy Bakka an i Mary Anne or. And mrs. Arthur Shote of this place. Mrs h. Tjelmeland Harry Tjelmeland. And Andrew Sorem or and mrs film r Tjelmeland and Firma Mae of Radcliffe or. And mis. Harold Goughenour and son Gary of Max Well or. And mrs. T o. Holland Juel and t hot of Mccallsburg or and mrs Delmar Kirtland Orlene and Irving of Garden City mrs. C. C. Stoecker and daughter Peggy of Mukwonago wig., who have spent the past week at the Home of her Mother mrs. Rad in Hagen returned to their Home monday. Miss Vera Olton of Marshalltown visited sunday and monday at the Home of her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Pat Patik Otis mrs Orville Arneson was up from Nevada monday visiting at the Home of her parents or. Aud mrs. Tom Larson. Her Little Nephew la Verne Larson accompanied her Back to Nevada for a visit. Or. And mrs Clarence maidu and children Dwight and Wayne of Fairbank Minn., came saturday for a few Days visit with local rela lives. They left tuesday evening for Mason City for a visit at the m. B. Gierre Home before returning Home. Miss Esther Cole who had spent the past two weeks vacationing at the Home of her Mother mrs. I. M. Cole will return wednesday to Minneapolis Minn., where she continued Ber study at Fairview lutheran Hospital. Or and mrs. K p. Teig mrs. P p. Teig Mons Teig and son Junior and Virginia Teig of this place mrs. Orris Osheim of Johnston. Mrs. Agnes Johnson Hauser of Geneva drove sip to Clear Lake sunday for an Outing. The three the c a e t r of n Din it he in offs that user rained at the Ake for the outside of the cake will have i we we s vacation Outing and the an Oval appearance. Frost int cake other returned Home sunday give with boiled icing coloured Green to Ping. The Rind a Eva wat Elon Rev. Olaf Holer left wednesday streaking some in the dark Green. Color into Tho icily to make it ra0n"t or now York Quot tie a look like the Melon which have a tak it a court of summer streaked Rind. When slices Are Cut study at Columbia University. Crosswise of the cake they will teak like slices of a Emu . Note Creal care must be taken in the baking not a it let the oven temperature go too h the a the f ides and Bottom of the Ake becomes too beat egg Whites until stiff adding Cream of tartar when Frothy. Fold Brown very easily stiffly beaten egg Whites into Bat boiled icing tor. Divide Batter almost in half colouring the larger half with red colouring either paste or liquid until a typical Watermelon color. Line pan w the a double thickness of greased wrapping paper cutting the Parer Large enough so it will of tartar together until syrup extend an Inch or so beyond the i suns a thread sj3v r of 242 f. Tot Edge of the pan. Cut two pour hot syrup Over the stiffly pieces of smooth cardboard the beaten egg Whites and beat with length of the pan. Grease them on egg beater constantly. Add the offsides and fit them into the j Vanilla Ani continue heating with 2 cups sugar 4 cup water 54 tsp Cream of Lanai 2 egg White i tsp. Vanilla boil the sugar vat r Aruti vain will be accompanied by mrs Holen and their son Borg who expect to spend a couple of weeks vacationing in new York. Miss Betty Thompson left tuesday morning with bet undo and aunt or and is. A j sever on and their daughter in Law. Mrs Severson Aud children when they returned to their Home at los Angeles cal., after a months \ fill with relatives in Iowa miss Nevada Man buys pharmacy business in Cedar rapids Nen Ada e. L. Mccook in 514 main Street for 2�?T5 Vars a resident of Nevada has purchased the Vernon Heights pharmacy a 1915 my Vernon Avenue Cedar rapid and w ill take Possession of the bus Incus july i. The pharmacy is located on Highway 30 in a suburban neighbourhood. Fur More than a Quarter of a Century tace family a lived her. Or met Cokie came to Nevada in 1910 to take an interest in the Coal and in business previously purchased by is father. Later he was cashier of the Peoples sayings Bank and engaged in the real estate and in Ranee business with a w finnic. Or. Mcconkie went to Cedar rapids tuesday to arrange the new Busine but mrs. Mcconkle will remain in Nevada a or Severisi weeks before moving to cads rapids foreign character of Europe striking continued from Page Mimi then be will mile with recognition and. If German speaking say a ooh Yoh vah a a \ be Van May not recognize the Way they pronouns the of his state but after ail we done to say a a Munich to rhyme with a Pine Hill t e Way the germans do baffled if no warned beforehand tile american May be baffled to look methodist Aid named officers of the general Ald soc icy of the first methodist Church for the coming year were announce e i wednesday. Mrs Charles Keasey a division has be a honoured for having made the most Calls during the year and for having the largest number of new members. Mrs. Ernest Stokes division has been honoured for having the largest attendance at general Aid. Officers for he coming year Are chairman mrs. A. A Williams. Vice chairman mrs. Harry Clausen treasurer a mrs. Gar Little Secretary a mrs Kenneth Stokka. Officers of the divisions Are division a chairman a mrs. Victor Ruck vice chairman mrs James Buck. Treasurer mrs e j. Penney Secretary mrs m to Burton. Division b chairman a mrs. C k. Clark vice chairman a w. Ii Root treasurer a mrs 0. W. Clem Ems. Secretary a mrs. W. Neil Adams. Division c chairman mrs. Fred Porter. Vice chairman a or. Munition. Treasurer a miss Bessie Mev ers Secretary or. George Miller division d chairman a a or. L r Hillyard. Vice chairman a mrs Warren boast. Treasurer mrs. William Anthony. Secretary a mrs. J. M Hail. Division e chairman a or w e. La >1 i 4. Vice chairman a mrs. O. L Tho t Burn. Treasurer mrs f. L. Cady. Secretary a mrs. Ben Durrah division f chairman mrs. N. A. Maritz. Vice chairman mrs. L. O. Stewart. Treasurer a mrs. Cd k. Burlier Secretary a mrs. G. L. Lucian. Division g chairman mrs. Charles Fease y. Vice chairman mrs. Roy me Curdy. Treasurer a or. John trash i. Secretary mrs d it Reynolds evening division chairman mrs. O h. Callahan. Vice chairman a a mrs Wallace Piper treasurer a mrs Russell Thompson water la Ordinary necessary but even there Many waiter will not fall in a faint if Beer to not ordered. Fix to Price oddly in dug that very preachy term table d hot a is not popular in Franco. Tat Opp site of a la carte la simply a prix fix a easily converted into a fixed Price a a Complete meal at a certain rate. Aside from the terrifying Way in which european drive their car. Nothing is More surprising in transportation that. The Way Che jump on and off Mug buses St eel car and subways m Rome they fill busts literally to overflowing but an italian will not hesitate to run get a grip Aud ride precariously actually outside fit Entrance. Street singing ital ans Are just As amusing in the Way they take Lidar music so i iou it. No one is Ai the slight Cost embarrassed to slug at the top of his voice As he walks along Ai Busy Street. Working boy ride by i on their bicycles and confidently Bellow some aria. Bulgaria i one of toe most Eon-1 fusing countries in the world. Kist-1 where in Europe the nod for a yes att a a not me ? same As in the United states but in by Garni they i Are the opposite. No lighter moreover in Bulgaria a cigarette liter that does t work toe first time is a menace and the Man using a lighter covers it with his hand for Mort than one reason. I the government has a monopoly on to match business forbids lighters arum arrests those who disregard the ban equally noteworthy is the in Porta Itce of a Pas ing train in Yugoslavia. Farmers Stop work in the Fields come to attention and Salute. Small world from some St rang however the tourist find a Relief which to quite As strange polish newspaper have the of comic Section and up from the i who should a stare but Popeye the Sailor glib Bering some strange symbols that Don t Kex it a like up i Ach in Moscow teen. A hotel Ira begins with the theme song Quot anchors away a and swings into a dark to writ stutters balls and the homesick american realizes it is really a Small world after All. Wash frocks $1.98 $2.98 done to Forest you Len de a smartly styled sheer Wash frock for 4th of july. We have a splendid assortment of styles and materials. Mattress covers q8c mid of sturdy Quality unbleached meeting. Boxed sides. Tape ties. For to n or Lou blk bed. Makes to glasses a ask Yourl r 0 r boys girls. Cd Cav at a rect Caps for a sanitary grip As she wangles the loaf through the door Aud up Iii Street Cut up in 2 or 3 Inch sections this bread is served by the Basket Ful tit restaurants for the diner to consume a at discretion a without butter of course. In other countries haul Rolls Are put on the table. A a discretion really counts in these instances because the waiter asks How Many have be n eaten and charges for each that is gone. Water served the necessity of taking Alco Olic drinks in Europe has probably been exaggerated water is regularly served in France and Italy. Wine is certainly the common drink but a lemonade a Mineral water and other soft drinks ran usually be had. In Germany a special request for soft i Pillow tubing 2 it is. 35c Standard Quality ? blow tubing. 42 inches we do 3 inches makes a Pillow Ca sports Wear 98c Blacks shorts Farmer ettes shirt and play suits. You la want sports Wear for the 4th, done to miscalculate. Sheer Batiste is cd for hot weather frocks Fry Cool sheer washable Batiste. Dainty patterns. Scatter rugs 3 for $1.00 larg size rag rugs for porch Kitchen pantry bed it a Bath room six Pepperell sheets 89c genuine Pepperell he first qualify. Stock in now on the a stubborn wearing Heil size is it a Lucille Hoover teacher of piano a Organ a voice Bac. Must to in ago Mush Al i a a let studied in Par amb Dupre and head of of join la pm. Ira Howry it tue it phone Thompson expects to make an in Al lain schedule Ami see that he will arrive somewhere at 21 53 o clock. The traveller catches on quickly however Tim for Many purposes european time goes Light definite stay in Califon a or. And mrs Erling Shote and i Aud i s. I j to land Aud. Esther of this pave were a a a pan so that the ends of she card spoon until the mixture is Fluffy j Ter City sundae attn drug he a j around the 24 hour of the Daaud 5s ,5ss2iw�?o, tit ult a Rvl Aliv he it a or a Meh from either Side of the pan on the cake add 2 or 3 Tablespoon a Bai in Holland and p i. Making three Lengthwise divisions i confectioners sugar p Tablespoon was Junior anti i aul of red Oak 9 53 an Accident insurance policy $5000 for 25c insure yourself for this trip pays for injuries Public conveyances on land or water $5,000.00 $25.00 $15.00 for los of life per week per week or fast of both Hail in for total for partial or both i a t disability disability 8-a of above \ mount for other injun a a overed and have someone hold them in i at a time until Iff enough. Spread place White you pour in the Batter. On cake. Sufficient icing for top drop spoonfuls of the White Batter and sides of Watermelon cake into the pan to fill the out r Divi add Green colouring. F you worry about what to serve if you dread to Start the next meal. Just drop a letter to buy Crocker to care of the Ames Tribune and ask for ibis week s menus Complete menus for the week with recipes for the main items Wilt be sent to you at no Cost. Please enclose a Bree Cen stamp to cover a urn to rage those sput the weekend siting at the Home of his parents or. And or. Ore Holland and attending the Holland Vangness family re in to at Story City sunday or. And mrs. J. I. Michaelson and \ ice Michaelson of this place. Or. And mrs. Boyd 5 a Hasi son and Little Dau Gatet of in a restaurant the language Ihfe to is nut the Only t Ling that Tell Ole he is abroad. Nothing is to Good an indicator As the bread. This May be Aud generally is White. But it is not White bread / in the american Sens. / French bread. For instance a comes in narrow loaves a a a j / Long. Wrappings Are unknown in / 7 Day $1.51 15 a $2.75 15 Days $0 of at limit costs 25c a Day to Days 8.00 20 Days $3.50 no Day $7.50 12 Day a $2.5 to Day $4,5 of Day $10.0 12$ Days 1$ to 70 a insures wonted Santa As mob in this country and Broad. Mcdowell insurance Agency residing or. The Community who wish the menu is y Call St Tbs Story City spent sunday at Cleat i French bakeries. T Boti sow if is / Fhone 51 the tray Der insurance co of Hartford i Tribune office for them 81$ main i Lake Herbert and John Michael a Lucky to act Tittle piece of paper i t a / / / / / / / / / a a / / / / / / a a / / / / bathing suits $1.98 up smartly styled Bat ing suits. Fake a tsp and take a dip the i. Weekend a k in Sty in. Sheer Ai Paca 98c cd. This is an exquisitely sheer material for afternoon frock. \ Beautiful array of Popup Lar shades. 31�?� wide. Bath towels a for arg size double thread turkish Bath towels. They just soak up the water. Lay in your summer Supply cow

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