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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta .THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1946 Form New Granmn Recreation dub GRANTJX. (HNS> An orga- nization meeting of the Granum District Recreation Club was held In the Communitv ball on Thurs- day. April Ii. vritii FtanS. Deman acting as chairman. Miss B. Marsh, district supervisor for national health, and fitness, spoke on the need of an adequate health pro- gram. The only answer to the fact that nearlv half of Canada's man- power is physically unfit is in a program of physical fitness. Tte following slate of officers were accepted: A-_ P. Grant; vice-presideat. w. KUJS- ers; secretary, Bert KelUcut; treas- urer, Harrv Anderson. The Jouow- iar committees were appointed: Jacques, Campbell Mclntosh, Fred Cartwright and Roy Baird: wmvs and Ian- DISTRICT DOINGS R. Wildschut, Griffey, Melbourne Baird, EL J. Jacfc Mcln'osn, Thos. Dimm and Prank Densas; grounds Harry Brown, August Demeare. Allan Ellis, P. McDougall. Roy Baird. Charles MacGregor and Art Pjiordbotten: constitution Howard Cork, Mel Baird and Miss Beyrle Tiffin; en- Kellieut. Mrs. E. J. Griffev and Mrs. Allan Ellis; library Rev. R. Wildschut. Mr. Hepple, Mrs. R. P. McDougall. Mrs C. E. Eenker. Miss May Dougali and Howard Cork. Fred Brastler Laid to Rest CARDSTON. (HNS) Funeral services were held Tuesday in the United church here for the late Fred Brestler who passed away in the Cardston hospital Saturday. Arrangements were made by Hall's Funeral Home. Services were con- ducted by Rev. Tom Haythome. He spoke of death, saying death should bring us closer to God and at such times as the passing of a Iriend or a loved one our thoughts ehould turn to the more serious things of Me and to God, "life is HOI a goblet to be drained, but a measure to be he said. Congregational hymns were: "Nearer Mr God to Thee" and "Abide With Me" t with W. Laiolaw as the organ. A special musical vocal number was rendered by Mrs. R. yt- Christie who sang "The Old Rugged Pallbearers were: Jim and Bill Rhinehari, Brock Christie. Alma and Frank Nish and Bill Dunn. Interment was in the Cardston. cemetsry. NEJE WINS CARMANGATT. (HNS) 'Thfc .Carmangay high school fastball team went to Champion on Mon- day lor the first game of the sea- son for the McNaaghtqn cup. Champion staged a last-inning rally to defeat the local boys 6-5. BEET SEEDIKG IW0EBWAT jJEWLAKDS (HNS) Beet seeding was general in this cistnct ua Monday. Fanners stsa waiting though, for the segmented that has not amvea at Whitney station as. yet. GABAGE DESTROYED Sre that destroyed a newly built garage and belonging to Donald Brum- well occurred recently. There was a slight wind blowing aad the blazs for awhile endangered the house and nearby buildings, but with close watching br local men the fire was kept in check and no further dam- age was. done. SOIL DRIFTING AFFECTS FIELDS AT COMMERCE (HNS) work is proceeding rapidly, dae to the fine weather, excluding the wind. Soil drifting has been quite general and farmers have been try- ing ia mosc cases to stop it though some have been negligent and irri- gation ditches are filled up- Some wheat has been seeded and some farmers are planting their sugar beets. Pall wheat is having quite a struggle to grow due to the soil drift but if calm warm wea- ther comes now it jrill make a good comeback. The moisture in -tiie summerfallow extends to about three feet in depth. Trees are com- ing into leaf, perennials in the gar- dens are several inches high and small fruits are also showing their leaves. STIRLING TOPICS Departing Missionary is House Changes Hands STIRLING (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Wright left this week for Rosemary where they will make their home. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Heber Per- rett, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clawson of Rosemarv were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Brandley. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Zougg ar- rived recently from Utah, to visit the Zougg families and other rela- tives. A combination farewell and come home partv was given in the recreation hall by ihe Elders' Quor- um, to Bid farewell to Parries Zougg, who leaves shortly for a long term mission to Eastern Canada, and to welcome home two short-term, mis- sionaries, Alfred Zougg and ClelL Hogonson. A delightful program was earned out; then everyone joined in dancing. Milton Hirsche has purchased the Kelson house and has moved it on to his property. Barnwell Sign For tHNS) A. A. Cameron, manager of Southern Al- berta Co-operstive Vegetable Grow- ers, with field supervisor. F. Carmi- cttael. also of Lethbridge, were at Barnwell Tuesday this week to a largely attended meeting where signing for year's i crops tock place. Keen interest was i shown by ail wilu some 40 fanners j enthusiastic to sign contracts for i all kinds of market vegetables. Yari- ous types of seed com were distfi- touted for experimental purposes in j the district by A. A. Cameron. The I DISTRICT NEWS CLOSING MXA. SOCIAL DRAWS LARGE CROWD BARNWELLr- doe- lug social of the MXA. proved a success Tuesday night vixen .the hail was crowded to enjoy the play- let and program presented by the I various cf T at Honor Dav tast Pri- Repaz Band March was fcv ossrv Anderson on the leading potato growers of tae oss7 accordioi followed by the play. o CJSCVLSS ana. tries, were present to CJSCVLSS ana. J sign acreage. Up Ptor she Wedding" by itse BeeHive girls .with Mrs. Mary 'LeBaron in charge. The of tne Bassett fami- ly were well portrayed by Rita and Patsy Bullock. Florence, Marguer- ite. Jovce and Dawna Johnson, Patsy White, Colleen Anderson, Viv- L- R.jian and Verna Fairbanks. The male quartette by Iran and Douglas Anderson, Pat Stevens and Edwin Palmer was heartily encored. Popular Family Leaves For Beaver Lodge Ernes and boys. Kenneth. Courtice and "Teddy" are leaving this week for Beaver Lodge. Alberta, where they mil make their future home, as was the tap dancing by toy Mr. Ernes is engaged on the Ex- J Stevens and .Inuann Bennett. Mi's. perimental Farm tnere. a position I Doreen Arderson gave two vocal he held before he enlisted in the I social solos. Miss Zelma Anderson R.C.A-F. The .canes family nave retold a story, and a comet solo endeared iheaiselves 10 a large eir- was played by Boyd Anderson, cle of friends during their stay of j five years here. Mrs. Ernes has j been an active member of the Red Cross, Home and School Associa- tion and the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid. Several social affairs have been held in Mrs. Emes's honor. The Aid held a tea at tbe home of Mrs. Mary Stewart at which a gift was presented 10 Mrs. Ernes, and the iLS-A. held a 'tea Thursday after- noon. Mrs. Mel Edwardh and Mrs. Hollis Yorgeson presided at the tea table which was covered with a lace-trimmed cloth and centered with vases of carnations. Misses Mildred Griffey. Mae McDougall. Calara DeWitt, Audrey Ellis, isa- bell McDougall and Famella Svrae sang "The Eiells of St. MarV and -When Irish Eyes Were accompanied by Miss Shirley Syme. Mel isiwardh. presented to .Mrs. Ernes on behalf of the ELS.A. a set of three pictures. Mrs. Ernes ftas been secretary of the HJS-A. ever since its organization. Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2619 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. 613 THIRD AVE. S. Yes! tastier bread with FLEISCHMANN'S This active fresh yeast goes right to work, gives yoafull value because it''s full strength. And bread made with Heischmann's active fresh Yeast tastes sweeter, is lighter, more tender. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME Get Heischmann's active fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow dependable yeast favorite for over three generations. MADE IN CANADA GRANUM NEWS NOTES Young People are Honored Farewell Sews Briefs at "Pat" Truitt and Kenneth and Courtice Ernes were guests of honor at a farewell party held in the I.O.O.F. hall Thursday evening. Under the leadership of Misses "Jacky" Boyle and Neloa Gustafson games were played which included a scavenger hunt. This was followed by lunch and an hour of dancing. The guests of honor expressed their apprecia- tion for the good wishes extended to them by their many friends. A number of friends of Mrs. Steve Marlette gathered ac her home on Thursday and helped her celebrate her birtnday. "The afternoon spent in conversation, after which a dainty lunch was served. Frank MJathesoa of Calgary is a guest of his sons for a few days. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob E. Tchetter on Thursday, April 11, a daughter, Ruth, and to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tchetier. on-April 8. a daughter. Elizabeth. Tnos. Mason, accompanied by his daughter Alice is spending a. few- days visiting relatives Ia Crawford Bay, B.C. Alfred Nelson of Edmonton ar- rived Friday for a visit with his uncle, Mr. Dersch and Mrs. Dersch for a few days. Frank Zima of Calgary was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Henker. Nurse Ruth Stead of the staff of the Junior Red Cross Hospital in Calgary is a -weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wales. RETLAW TOPICS Graduates From Olds turns From News Notes EEILAW. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stevenson and little daughter, Janette, have returned to the farm from Radium, B.C., where they spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larson are re- ceiving congratulations on the binh of a grandson, Gordon Louis, born to Air. and Mrs. Louis Larson at Grand Prairie. April 4. Edward Hare has graduated from the Olds Agricultural School and is home on the farm ready for the spring work. Lloyd has returned from B.C.. where he was employed during the winter months. Mrs. Ed Waddle, who recently underwent a major operation in Lethbridge hospital, is progressing favorably. S. E. Mayhood, of Calgary, repre- senting the Netheriand Trust Com- pany, is in the district looking after his company's, interests. Ths Hankerson farm has been rented to Felex Sutud. who will farm the land this year. Nicaragua has the largest area of any Central American republic. SOCIAL NEWS MEDICINE HAT. (HNS) The Anna Carbert chapter LOJDJE. held their monthly business meet- ing on Friday afternoon. The re- gent. Mrs. J. C. Colbome, gave a repor: ol tbe provincial meeting of the I.O.IXE. at Edmonton. A large quantity of baby kniuieg. etc.. turned "ia for the Alberta maternity work and it was decided to redouble the chapter's efforts to help provide clothing for needy Europe. A presen- tation iras made to Misses Kate and Jessie ilacdonald, who are making an extended visit to the east. The meeting accepted an invitation from the vice-regent to hold the next social meeting at her home. Mrs, T. R- Osborae and Mrs. S. F. hostesses for the Starling Pioneer Given Last Rites lort another of its pioneer citizens in the passing of William Oscar Bar- ton at his home recently. Funeral services were held under the direc- tion of the bishopric with Thomas T. Ogden in charge. A large congregation attended to pay tribute to former 76-year-old pioneer. The opening song was "O My Poshed, Magrath JIAGRATEL (HNS) Beet seeding is becoming general in the district, few farmers plant- ing grain. The canning factory anticipates the planting O- sxse carrots this week. A majority of the farmers are not m any hurry to sow grain as yet. bui rather waiting to try to keep the weeds under control. The Spring Wheat Father" with prayer by Albert recent high winds have cat off j some fall wheat and also blown its out. One farmer was going out one morning to cMliirate up a patch of fall wfceas thai had blown so badly ifeat the was ous of control. Of fer Shares In New Ice Arena Brandley, followed by a hymn by the choir, "Rock Ages." Ijule Doaene Hardman. grand- daughter to deceased, sang "LuUa- by and Good Night." R. G. Hardy, who had been asso- ciated with deceased for 43 years, was the first speaker and referred to him as a good neighbor whoee word was as good, as his bond. Heninger. friend of tie family, told of his association with the Barton and Seely families in man before their immigration Canada, and of their continued canvass which started in the busi- friendsnip here. Deceased was ac-' five in civic affairs, and was a sue cessful farmer and a good neigh, bor. Mr. and Mrs. William, "Hogenson sang "Going Home." Then John H. P. Green of Lethbridge, spoke 1 comfortingly. The closing hymn was "Shan We Meet Beyond the River" with bene- diction by John EilL Interment i was in the local cemetery with ar- rangements by Christensen Broth- ers cf Lethbricge. Now Showing (HNS) Wiater kac kecm MM the hot wtater which thrirteg uM mp these Early spriog wheat hac ycared the rnmmt the CM w spring has been Bavsnal, with on the seedicc April 1, bat windy weather bac been a drawback with imf and Farmers arc kept the which has helped some, Beet seediag is general nany fanners have half their seeded. quar- ter the district is dene. Oki-Tinefs Jin Anniversary B3MBERLEY. iss which started in tne busi- ,___ section Uere ancv wsil exieno. tive in civic affairs, and was a sue- through this whole section of East eessful farmer and a eood neieh- ?n sfJl 4.0CO BELLEVUE NEWS NOTES Bank Employee Moves io Foremost Choir Presents Cantata. Kootenay is designed 10 sell 4.0CO shares in the new artificial ice pro- as each, to raise the neees- of iasmefiiate insiaila- ___of a freezing plans for winter- long curling and skating activities. Curling and skating rinks here join, and an engineer has the setup with a view so NOTES FROM WARNER Holrojd Keighbors to Coa- stmet Mr. Yorgeson. celebratwt tbeir (Ood anniversary Sondny. "April 1 at the Jxane of thesr son. Me. and Yorseson. Owtoc to onry tSe JsaasdJate jaettt- bers of Boms Yorgeson's family were pratenS. Mr, Mrs. YOTM- son, were married ia Salt Lake Csi? 62 years raored to the Cranum cisirict. in 1901, settjing wess Sa tbe rmHs. Laser mo eass. of Granmn and later st21 of dareshctei wcere the? ss21 They seven eMktren. graueJchildnsn arat 14 jraad- chUdren. Botis Mr. and Mrs. scaaia lair issalifc. Woolf or d Flier Visits Mother WARSS3. "Grand- Jensen. D J.C, spent lass week in CardsJon anrf his Wodford. Star tbe the instaBauons and says the pro- ject can be completed for Support o! various sports and com- munny organisations Ss being' winter sporss groups have been; chosen as committees for putting McEwen were afternoon. Mrs. R. G. Butchatt was at a luncheon at her home when Mrs. M. Garland of Prince Albert. Sasfc. was the guest honor. In the bridge game which followed Afesdames Allison Smith and G. Esmonde-TChite won the honors. On "Wednesday afternoon Mrs. T. JT. Ingram entertained a number of friends ac a bridge party honoring Mrs, M. Garland. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ingall, who have saent the winter in the city, left recently for Winnipeg, where they will remain for several months. Mr. Ingall has been attached to the Suffield Experimental Station as a meteorologist. Later they will pro- ceed to Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Armitage of Montreal are guests at; the home of the former's sister. Mrs. Howard Dixon, and Dr. Dixon. Dr. and Mrs. John Dixon are also visitors at the Dixon home. Miss Amy Reinhardt. bride-elect, was the honored guest when Mes- dames J. A. Hath, E. Ashburner and P. C. Bowker entertained at a tea and shower on Monday. Snap- dragons and calla lilies were used profusely in decoration. A contest conducted by Mrs. J. L. Robinson won bv MrsI A. M. Smeaton and Mrs. D. A. Colter. The tea table was presided over by Mrs. K. Heinhardt, mother of the guest of honor. Mrs. D. Muaro left for her noaie in Vancouver at the weekend. She was accompanied by ner mother, Mrs. James" Fisher, who has been her guest for some time and is re- turning to her home in that city. The Ida Kealey Chapter J.OJ3JE. met on Tuesday. Arrangements were made for a spring tea to be iield in the Masonic hall on May 4tb- Mrs. L. M. Downing and Mrs. J. F. Boylan. delegates to the pro- vincial meeting, gave reports. Mrs. S. C. James was received into the chapter. Hostesses were Mesdames H. E. Homer. J. W. Robinson, H. J. McCallum and Miss Leslie Ker. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Atkins were hosts as an after five party- on j Thursday in compliment to Mr.: Norman Davis of Montreal, who is j a business visitor to the city in con- I nection the Ogilvie mills. Mr. j Davis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Taylor vhile in the city. Sirs. Percy Harwopd. who has i been in the city visiting her sisters, j Mrs. F. O. Sissoas and Miss M. Garland, for the past few weeks, re- turned to her home in Brandon, Man., this week. Mrs. C. C. McGregor of Brandon, Man, arrived on Wednesday to be the guest of her sister, Mrs- M. A. Cory, and Mr. Cory. airs. Herb Sissons and Mrs. Gor- don Sissons were joint hostesses on. Tuesdav when they entertained in honor Mrs. Ed-ward Rutherford, a recent bride, and Miss Amy Rein- hardt. bride-elect. Mrs. J. C. Har- grave presided at the pretilly ar- ranged tea table. Both guests were presented with a hostess gift. George N. Bes and Cecil R. Cable of Edmonton have been appointed examiners for radio mechanics' licences. Peg- gie Dowsnn. who been a mem- Ss" oi Uie Royal Bank staff here, left at the weekend to take a posi- tion with the bank at Foremost. Miss Erma McDonald arrived by air from Vancouver recently to visit her sister, Mrs. Clyde McDonald and a host of friends here. William Inis. who was at one time bank manager here, is in town renewing old acquaintances. The Blairmore choir rendered the cantata. "Olivet to Calvary" Sun- day evening- to a capacity house, the 35 members giving a perform- ance which will long Be remembered here. HUDSON NEWS and other reiaiives. over in the next Mrs. E. Bloom returned to Ed- weeks. J. H. Twells is general} monton on Tuesday, having spent carman of the project, with R. H. G. Edmonds, secretary; J. W. Liv- Mrs. p. Lem. a honor oi his 70th m Ic been" jn- jerestin? and he has visited asany On Friday last a number in the bridle neighbors of Darel Graham's went S Jensen was three years on active in a body and helped run j service aariag the wuh. tae cemens for his new basement. R.C-A-P. He was the first boy froni Cardstcn and dJstncc Win. rae Morten left Sunday Bjorsing Jor Winnipeg to gei his disdsarge May 10. 3e also plsns'to meet JJus_wjfe cliere, a war once xrom the fomer Miss Dorothy "Water- Tfce? will then return wesi- Fourteen men ware ac TOT-C acri a t deal was accomplished. Dinaer served to tisem as F. SJsdel's. ingstone, publicity chairman; W. L. Clark, finance chairman, and P. F. Barrett, building chairman. the past month visiting relatives here and in Montana. Morten plans to Mrs. Beth 'FKnman and Mrs. Bea- trice Wood. Mrs. Ruth Glenn con- ducted a number of interesting games after which Mrs. Ross Low Mrs. J. Ashmore enteitained ihrea tables of bridge oa Friday evening last. Mr. and Mrs. H. Dickson, Jr.. i enteitained at three- tables of bridge: oa Wednesday evening, honoring! the latter's mother and sister, who' are visiting tham. Mrs. J- Ashtcore left Sunday to sang a solo and Miss Helen Hytie Mrs- Ascmore it. entertained on the piano. Alter I attend the Home and lunch Miss Dorothy was assisted ia j veaaon at Oics. School con-1 CapacHr Crowd Attends Club Meets in Home lunch Miss Dorothy opening her many gifts by her three sisters. Joyce, Irene and Mrs. Laura Jennings. Dorothy, lovely daugh- ter of Mrs. Pearl Lowe, is to be mamed to dive Sforthcott. son of Mr and Mrs. T. C- Northcott of Minnedosa. Mac.. April 18, at Cal- gary in the LJD-S. chapel- The TTeddin? j aewlyweds will make their home at Brandon. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Art Kinniburgh held their wedding dance ac the Hudson school. A capacity crowd attended. James Foote of Granlea is a pa- tient in ihe Tabsr hospitaL Mr. and Mrs. D. A. JJoble and Jimtnie motored to Calgary for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. James and family of Coaldale were guests of Mrs. Art Hudson on Sunday. Mrs. Lome Fletcher entertained the Hudson Club on Wednesday, most of the members were present. CARMANGAY NOTES Jfew HeraUr Group Hears Two Papers and Miss Elsie Goocail left by TJXA. on Monday for California, so holi- dav for a shore time after spending ihe oast week here, guess of her sister, Mrs- H. Dicfcson. and Mr. Dickson. CONSTIPATED 5 iC ME A D A CHES TAKE BEECrtftM S VEGETABLE LAXATIVE PILLS papers on "Stages in. the Develop- ment of one by Mrs. Boy 1 Bums and one by Mrs. Moore. During the meeting G. F. Bruce was heard in a broadcast as president j of the provincial Home and School! Association- The members fromr west of to-Jtm served lunch. BEECHAM'S PILLS also two visitors. Rift was -sron by The fruit fund Louise Fletcher. The Mother's Day meeting will be held in May with Mrs. RUSE Noble as hostess. The hostess served afternoon tea. Mr. and airs. H. Fentbn and family were guests of Mrs. Daisy Danforth on Sunday. BRIDE-TO-BE HONORED CARDSTON. (HNS) A pre- nuptial shower was held here Sat- urday evening honoring Miss Doro- thy In charge of the M. Siange. E. Dockeryl -who has been in Washington and California, for i seme months, returned home on I Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. J. Hurnanen are i receiving congratulations on the birth, of a son on April 13 at Leth- I bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Dayman and; daughter Laurie are visiting in town for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Glen are moving to Peacock Siding, where he will be the agent at the A. P. ele- rator, replacing Pat Asplund. who is now with Roy Gygie ia the ser- vice station at Barons. The Cannangav West ladies' Cluo f held another caVd party recently in the Esrwash Community Hail with only a fair attendance be- cause of the high winds and sand _ storm. Six tables of Norwegian Dora Jacobs. Mrs. Huth j whist were enjoyed. Gleen. Miss Helen Hvde, Miss Vera The April meeting of the Home Anderson, Mrs. Proada Bobmer, and School Association featured two We Have a Stock of the New Radiator Tubular CORES For CKevrolet, Gary tier and Dodge and "Frudtt LET OUR EXPERT MECHANICS TAKE CARE OF Motor Tone-tip Gas and Oil Check Tire He-Cups Brake OntrnI New Paint Job Bodr Work NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS 301-307 13th Street X. Phone NORTHERN ELECTRIC Also: Single Hot-Plates, Toasters Remington Shavers Double Hot-Plates Been waiting1 for a Double Hot-Plate? Then now is the time to buy it. This is only the beginning- of Northern Electric's line of home appliances. You'll find efficiency, beauty, your preferred size and a price that will not jar you in the Leonard Refrigerator, the ABC Washing Machine, the Gurney Range, the Northern Electric Radio and Radio-Phonograph. COME IN AND SEE THE NORTHERN ELECTRIC RADIO AND LEONARD REFRIGERATOR ON DISPLAY You .will gladly wait till they are more plentiful. NORTHERN ELECTRIC RADIO-PHONOGRAPH General Farm Supplies Ltd 1621 THIRD AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE ST A large stock to select from, courteous clerfcs that are eager to serve you, and economy prices shopping at Hoyt's a pleasure at any time. HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR EASTER TABLE Etched Glassware and Cracker Sets f Decanter Sets Several nice designs. tO'QC (Nicely shaped decanter and six 366.................. Decanter Sets Decanter and six whiskey glasses High Comports ia attractive pattern, Set j Beautifully etched. ;sach VjIctSSWfiirC Sterling Silver inlay Juice Sets Attractive jug and six glasses to match. Special 98c Cream and Sugars Whiskey Dainty cream and sugars in good f a glass voull treasure and choice of styles. njr ctgnsh for those special Priced at ocrasions. Each Fruit Bowl i Intricately patterned with ster- ling silver inlay. Each Fruit Dishes Handled styles so popular with j the gracious hostess. Richly slivered. Decanters Bon Bon Dishes Spar-dies heart-shaped bon bon t dishes to grace any I occasion. Each WATER SETS Good size jug and six matching glasses JUICE SETS Jug and six matching glasses Attractively shared, heavily in- laid decanters, with nr Each glass stoppers. Handled Cake Dishes These dainty little dishes will be displayed with pride at teas and bridges by smart hostesses. Each Clear Vases Show those flowers to better ad- vantage in these attractively j styled vases. i Priced at.......... juice A haady size .jug its faoj2y Mayonnaise Dishes Youll find of use for these j dainty ISKSe cisies -wire their smart silver inlay. Lavge dishes. on.-ateJy silvered, to adorn and brighten the lasuly table. YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER AT ;