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3 Apr 1932

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3 Apr 1932

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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - April 3, 1932, Portsmouth, Ohio Society Heaters \ us. 12�?no. Sir Tox month uni it Ait Sames. Snorts classified Portsmouth Ohio sunday april 3, 1932 Uve cents Ruth Hopkins is Bride of r. Herms Legant simplicity marked the wedding of miss Ruth Hopkins daughter of or. And mrs. B. A. Hopkins of Imi fifth Street to Ralph Herms son of or. And mrs. Albert Herms of Scioto Trail which was solemnized saturday morning at half after ten of clock in first presbyterian Church. Rev. John n. Lumens pastor of the Church read the marriage ceremony in the presence of the immediate relatives. The altar of the Church was banked with ferns White Milles and tapered candles in wrought Iron candelabras and presented a Beautiful background for the wedding the first in Portsmouth society of the Early Spring . Mrs. Frank Coburn played the following music As the family fathered in front of the Church a my i Phi girl a a i love you truly id Quot at Obeng Riuz a wedding March wag played As miss Hopkins attired in i Mart Navy Blue suit with a Navy Blue Straw hat and other Matching Down the aisle a ftps Mories came Ltd Ber father who Guve her in windage. She wore a Corsage of incl it and Alley Miles. after the cer Nony up a dog breakfast was served for members of the families at the Tel Ali Tea room. Or. Aud mrs. Her Lucr a the Mori no i Brit wedding trip. They will be it Boule to their friends after april a at k Micklethwait mad. Mrs Herms is an attractive Blond in d prominent in social circles of Iii. City. She was graduated from Portsmouth High school in 1927 and Lur attended Western College for women at Oxford and Ohio Ulver my at Athens. Site is a member of i Beta Phi sorority. Or. Herms was also graduated fat in Portsmouth High school in tin class of 1927. He was graduated june from Washington cd Lee University at Lexington va., where to was a member of Alpha tau Omega fraternity. Or. Herms is cited in business with his father it tin. Hernia Floral co. Mfd is a Joung Man of Sterling qua titles. A a a mrs. Smith is club hostess lifts p. B. Smith Aud my. L. H. Marsh were joint hostess to 8,.miters of the you Raaga Circle thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs Smith on Scioto Trail. Games Ami contests provided diversion and prize were awarded to mrs. James Bennett and my. Vilice free a an. Liter a dessert course was acne to or. George Mcmahon my. Steve Marsh. Mrs. Clifford Baker or. Plaice Freeman. Mrs. James 0. La Nett. Mrs. Thomas Mcquaide la l la. Marsh my. P. B. Stiltn a let Quot to guests mrs. Dido Mehring Lull mall. P a Man of Cincinnati sin. Is visiting mrs. George my ii. Inn. Observe 50th anniversary Aik and mrs. Albert f. Howland prominent residents of win Al Cuci >., observed their fill wed tim a univ weary March 23. After attending faster services at the m. I Cli Arch at Winchester a family tii Aner was enjoyed. Among the is costs present were their daughter or p ii. Jamison Aud my. Freda tort Ruff and their families d. In a unison. Virgil intr off and Ernest i n my All of Portsmouth. The la lived Many gifts Flowers fed messages from i my friends. Wedding of Albert f. How in i and Martha Jane Kendall took i or at the Home of the Bride s to for. And mrs. Wilson Ken-�11 of Brown county March 23, ithe ceremony was read by Ile l. Deputy of the m. E. R teh in the presence of the ,. Families. The couple went a icus keeping at Hillsboro. O., Lier moving to Brown county. I eventually purchased property a w incl Ester where they have i e resided. A a a a it m. S c. Club i Kilt trained is Opal Hixon of eighth Street a no rained the o. M. S. G. Club Fri a a veiling. Sewing wag the main to. Rrb to after which refreshments St. Served to la. Misc Mabel Cottle Zella h a. Verde Montgomery Mary v Ruth Allison Alta Mout. Opal Dixon. Next meeting will be held at me of miss Mabel Cottle of u Street. Child. Mmith t a our sisterhood to meeting a t Ann Al i t to. Sisterhood of the jewish will meet in regular session afternoon at 2 30 a a docks it Del Center of the Temple and Gay streets. Jai arid to meet to hurry. I indies Ald society of Calvary a Burch will meet at the wednesday at 2 p in. A Al a this i Alley i ii a a a i to f0 >1 Valley division no. Iss g. A h of l e. Will meet in the i Ball. Fourth Aud washing wednesday april to it i i us tiers Are urged to be i a a Traia a a i no j Nae Init Mhz frill entertain of Ber Kensington rite. A a Eon at Rrex Ai Spring Riat it i p a. Ass i Etain or Las of the second pretty Nodi will met the Lav at at the i Hurt of Ilia ii s ii lend third Street. Yes i Nom w tub a a s Mil ii will be hostess a a of the easy act Dak y evening at her hear a a Trail social club gives april fool dance Ink of the enjoyable events of the closing week wus tile april fool dance Given Friday evening in the masonic Temple under the auspices of the masonic social club. Pete Lundeman Aud his playmates furnished music for the occasion and during the intermission a Fluor show was staged by a group of talented pupils from miss Salatte dal Heimer s dancing school. Those taking part in the revue were Helen Meade Eleanor Gemperline Katherine Partridge Hilda Fenton Martha Jane Watkins Ruth Mary Watkins Jacqueline Morris Betty Bradshaw Janet Plummer Rosemary Adams la Pond Sennett Gerald Gilmore Bobble Page and Charles Fisher. Mrs. Franklin Page served As accompanist. Those attending the dance wire or. And mrs. It. P. Townsend or. And mrs. Edgar Burkhardt or. And mrs. Walter Fnu Glit or. And mrs. Harry Mcguire. Or. And mrs. W. Ii. Schelener or. Ami mrs. Thomas Asp new or. Aud mrs. John Sullivan. Or. And mrs. J. Y. Akers. Or. And mrs. V. Schleusner or. Aud mrs. James Frazier or. And mrs. Lloyd Baker or. And mrs. E. W. Meredith or. And mrs. L. D. Allison. Or. And mrs. J. G. Smith air. And mrs. I e. Mccorkle. Or. And mrs. Alfred Wintgen Baeb or. And mrs. F. M. , or. And mrs. Hertert Frizzell or. Aud mrs. Otis e. Fout or. And mrs. Henry Revare. Or. Ami mrs. A. In Pusher. Or. And mrs. J. I. Mars. Or. And mrs. W. C. Baker or. And mrs George l. Cable Man or. End mrs. Clarence Pyles or. And mrs. John t. Mcdaniels. Or. And mrs. W. A. Stone or. And mrs. W. L. Hardwick or. And mrs. E. C. Frowine or. And mrs. H. It. Miller. Or. And mrs. If. Johnson or. And mrs. Robert Morton or. And mrs. W. E. Damon. Or. And mrs. C. P. Hopkins. Or. And mrs. L. F. Carr or. And mrs. Max Rogers or. And mrs. Stanley Gaspick or. And mrs. It. Kahmar. Or. And mrs. Marvin Jones or. And mrs. John Argeros or. And mrs. J. G. Bowman or. And mrs. R. E. Delamater or. And mrs. E. C. Goetz or. And mrs. 8. C. Lawson. Or. And mrs. R. E. Reno or. And mrs. E. M. Bradford or. And mrs. G. M. Freeman or. And mrs. J. R. Prather or. And mrs. G. W. Queen or. And mrs. Pete Prince. Or. And mrs. G. F. Long or. And mrs. Charles Moreland or. And mrs. Ben a. Lolo liner mrs. Winifred Bennett and mrs. Helen Bauer. Misses Helen Ethel Weaver. Gladys Newell Hughes Goldie Young Eva Cameron Edythe Dud Leston Katherine Wear Irene Mcguire. Elsie Watkins Judith Pyles Dorothy Bierley. Thelma Mcdaniels and Esther Kaiser. Thomas Lloyd George c. Silencer p. A. Alpaugh w. E. Simmons g. E. Neff Max Stratton. Harry Meadows Richard Wendell George Schmidt. James w. Knowles a. J. Clausing. K. J. Cha Toudy Karl von Burton h. Roberts and Paul Oliree. The next dance will be held april is. A a a Ever ready club is entertained the eve Reafy Bridge club a tumbled at the Home of mrs. Glen Brady on seventeenth Street Friday evening for a series of games prizes were Given to mrs. Brady and mrs. J. B. Nichols. The hostess was assisted by Ber Kotlier mrs. J. Schneider in serving a salad course to or. And mrs. Edward tauter. Or and mrs. J. A. Nichols or. Ami mrs. George Clark or. And mrs. Glen Brady. The next meeting will be held at the Home of or. Aud mrs. Lauter 915 second Street in two weeks. A a a club gives kid party the ways and Means committee of the Wheelersburg Garden club sponsored a a kid Quot party at the Home of or. K. P. Rel Deuback thursday evening. Menders Ami guests a pet red in school girl attire and prizes were awarded to mrs. Frank Mccurdy and mrs. George Preston costume ranging from Robin Hood to Peck s bad boy were worn and much merriment resulted a each guest arrived. Members of the committee were mrs. A Ufa re Mccarty mrs. Charles Stoa of. Or. Charles Schneider. Mrs. J. W. I a guava Aud mrs. Charles Davis. It Ben rearm mrs John Dum. Mrs. John Mot re. Or. Norms a Adam. Mrs. B u. Howland. Mas. George kerb. Mrs Clara Stohr. Mrs Frank or Curdy. Mrs. W. C Bam. Or George fee Eta mrs. Welter half Ber. Mrs. A i. Wright. Or Ian ii Blate. Mrs. B f Bright Well mrs Gay Spencer in w. T Markov of James live eerie. In. William grab. Or. We or Terr. Or w. B Esprite my diva Cranston and min Claries % Mil kid party is held by Alofia Iota chapter to less Hilda Harvey a i it Ensor of the local chapter of Alpha Iota National business sorority entertained the club member and other friends with a a a kids i Uty at Hie Alpha Iota chapter rooms Friday night. Guest came in juvenile attire with to by dolls and All Day sucker. Various games and contests provided the entertainment. Several tables of Bridge were also in play. At the clone of the evening prizes were awarded for the Best costumes. Lamella Weidner received first prize Violet Marsh second and Miriam Hartlage third. Assistant hostesses were Loretta Cooper and Elizabeth Altsman. Guests present were misses Erma Yeley Miriam Hartlage Evelyn Samson Lydia Millson Violet Briggs Phyllis Russ. Caroline f. Gerlach Eva line Poetker. Marine Bate Esther Scheid Norma Goodman Phyllis Voyzey Janet Russ Elizabeth Reinhardt Beatrice Moore Halma Wade. Louise o Roark Louise Clark Pauliue Miller Virginia Hazlett Louella Weidner eve in ple Erma Shoemaker Katherine Lyn Bodmer Gladys Wade Kate Collins. Harriett Peery Ruth Evans Violet Marsh Dorothea Charlton Mary Wollum Betty Jato Darragh. Dorothy Darragh Norma Hessel. Nell Gableman Kate cabiness Helen Lemon mrs. To. S. Palmer mrs. Gerald Marsh and mrs. Floyd Murphy. A a a mrs. Tho roman entertains club mrs. William Thoroman was Host Ess to member of her Bridge club thursday evening at her Boma 1214 fifth Street. Members present were mrs. Edwin Zuli ars mrs. Lucille Carr mrs. Sam Eisnaugle mrs. William Thoroman and i Gladys Mcclain. Guests for the evening were mrs. Not Man Meguigen. Mrs. Fred Stokes. Mrs. Jacob Shields and miss Julia Mcclain. Bridge was played for several hours and score gifts were presented to mrs. Eisnaugle mrs. Zuli ars and mrs. Shields. A salad course was tented later in the evening. A a a club to have dinner meeting the Korosis club of Portsmouth will gather at the Home of mrs. Walter hemmed 1702 Highland Avenue. Wednesday at 12 30 p. In. For a covered dish dinner. A a club to give card party the Ben Hur convention club is entertaining with a Vard party wednesday evening at Hie Home of miss Edna Moore 817 Murray Street. Bridge Aud Doo will in played. And All who like to play cards Are invited to attend. A a a to sponsor Square dance the Ben Hur Lodge will sponsor a Square dance for members and friends thursday evening in their Ball Gallia and Gay streets. The Portsmouth Ramblers will furnish the music. A a a Peerless City ledge to meet Peerless City Lodge. Lid in auxiliary toll. L. F. And e. Will meet thursday at 2 p. In. At Dunn s Hail of Gallia Street. After the business meeting a social will i held with the following As hostesses Lulu West. Nellie Mitchell Levins Lundy Kalb Adams and Elisabeth Dawn. In 0 in mrs. Carter is teb item mrw. W. J. Carver Cut in tined the Awater of the oct Ette Magas tat rial Friday evening it tee Home a third Street gasses sad Coe teas were played after Abir a a nmn Loach was served in the m Tow tag am tem sad goals my Cee server. Mall b Toga a. Mrs. L la Affler or. Jota a Barie. My jew sep West. Or a toed to Presto. My diaries items. Or Manton it hmm my l. C. Chapman my b h men. My l. J. Indeed perdy. Miller Riboto we go club gives leap year dance be of Hie outstanding social events of the Post easter run 1.011 was the Tea year dunce Given lit All saints Guild Hall Friday evening under the auspices of the tvs go club. The girls called for their escorts Aud presented them with boutonniere for the occasion diaries Stellz and his orchestra furnished a program of popular dance music and dancing continued until after Midnight. The committee in charge of this delightful affair inel did or. Louise Walling. Mrs. Edward Young jr., and mrs. Robert Kirby. Those present Quot Ere a misses Betty Davis Virginia Keiser Betty Deitzler Virginia Pray Luverne Strider. Virginia be Virginia Taylor. Carolyn Nye Ruth Doerr Regina Killian. Rosemary Sontner. Evelyn Devoa. Sellards Kathleen Waller Charlotte Knost Jane Snyder Virginia Downs Edna Best Thelma Odell Mary Jane Bush Nell Gable Lynn Virginia Tracy Alice Denton. Jet Sutton Caroline Johnson. Ruth liminal. Clara Roberts Barbara Walters Joan Wiltsee Mary Elizabeth Hall. Ruth Mcilyar. Jua i it nit Fugitt Clara Esther Krick. Clu Lohear Tal Koti pools a and gardens pictured today Are three brides. Upper lefty mrs. William Mercer Margaret Arn upper righty mrs. Robert Fetter Edith Hoover f a Bride of March 26 below mrs. Ralph Herms Ruth Hopkins Bride of saturday april 2. Mrs. W. H. Schwartz to preside at Ohio federation meeting Kirs. William h. Schwartz. 712 sixth Street president of the Ohio federation of women a clubs will preside at the 3d the Aniual convention of the federation to be Beld in Sandusky my 2-5. Speakers for the convention Are being announced by a los. Earl b. Padgett Caiiou chairman of the program. Foreign affairs Are to be discussed by congressman Hamilton fish. Or. Of new York and mrs. Laura Waples Mcmullen vice chairman of International relations in the general federation of women hubs. Carl o. Mcm Lukin former governor of Maine now Secretary of the motion picture Industry will speak. Mrs. Grace Morrison Poole vice president of the general federation will be the banquet speaker. Others on the program include-�?.�?11 a a a capt. D. Mere Etea Wright Field Dayton John Mcsweeney director of Public welfare in Ohio or. William e. Wenner superintendent of Ashtabula schools or. Emma Perkins miss Pamelia Shields and or. A. Caswell Ellis Cleveland College and miss Leona Marie each Cleveland association for criminal Justice. Nationally known club women who will speak Are judge Faun Telle Sutherland president of the Kentucky federation mrs. Edwin v. Miller Geue Rai federation director from Indiana mrs. William n. Harder Marion chairman of Fine arts and or. Joseph l. Peirce. Lima who is Ohio s and Date for second vice president la the general federation among the musicians who Are to take part during the week Are Mist Miriam Allen pianist of Cleveland Bertin and Vienna Herman to violinist of Cleveland i is made la inc Dunlap. Bucyrus and the Galton Junior glee flub directed by mrs. Eleanor Tow Awe of. The music for the convention is being arranged by mrs. H. , Marion three play lets scheduled for the Contention will be Given by the Tiffin women s dub. Gallon j in tora and the Clev Ethod Junior league. Delegates from the too fed Era Ted hubs Tai Portsmouth will at tend the Coore Tiou celebrates anniversary Jgr. And mrs. Robert Cox of 1 139 fifth Street entertained mrs. Isabella Thomas at dinner Friday evening in Honor of her birthday anniversary. Following the dinner sixteen members of Ber Bible class presbyterian Chung gathered at the Cox borne As a Surprise to or. Thomas and each one presented her with a pretty gift in Honor of the occasion. The evening was socially silent after which an ice course a served. Mrs. James d. Williams mrs. Howard Galford and miss Hattie Catlin were guests for the evening. Mrs. Williams and mrs. Galford furnished several musics selections. Harris photo mrs. Rowe is honoured by club members hrs. Lydia m. Rowe to queued her Home 1528 seventh Street to members of the woman4 literary club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Marvel Stoker mrs. Helen Mcmullin mrs. Alice Konuss and or. France Knaus served a assisting hostesses. The occasion also celebrated the 48th wedding anniversary of mrs. Howe and she a showered with congratulations and Best wishes from the club members. Miss Clara Sherman read an appropriate poem entitled a a together in Honor of mrs. Rowe who invited the club to meet with Ber on her Sot ii wedding anniversary. Miss Sherman president of the club presided at the business period. As this was april first members answered to the roil All with april fool jokes. Mrs. Cornelia b. Treu Bart read a Beautiful memorial to mrs. Lizzie Nelli Burke who died since the last meeting of the club. The president announced the state convention of the Ohio federation of women a clubs at Sun Dan Amat 2-5 and three delegates. Miss Kher Man. Or. W. A. Quinn and mrs. A. K. Wheeler were elected As delegates to attend the sessions. The program included the re very interesting and informative papers. A a women of u. 8. History written by mrs. Anna l. Lynn was read by her Niece i Ruth Lloyd a Imper on a careers for women a written by mrs. Lawrence 0. Bump wag read by miss Alice coming. Mrs. Piziura Hor Bow read a comprehensive Imper on a great women writers a miss Elizabeth Moore Sang two vocal selections a Danny boy and a a love a in my heart mrs. Edna Coburn presided of the piano. During the social Bour the hostesses served refreshments. The next meeting will he held at the borne of mrs. Helen Hazlebeck on Gay Street. As a part of their charitable work members brought donations of food and clothing for a family that lost All their household goods and clothing in a recent fire. A a a initiated into sorority miss Mary Louise Berndt of eighth Street and miss Martha Green of Hutchins Street who Are students at Ohio University Athens were initiated into Ohio Alpha chapter of i Beta Phi sorority saturday. Miss Berndt is taking a kindergarten primary educational course. A a a is hostess to Bridge club members of the Crystal Bridge club enjoyed a delightful meeting Friday afternoon at Crystal. Springs inn Wheelersburg with mrs. Oscar Flowers As hostess. Bridge was played during the afternoon and prizes were awarded to mrs. Wells Elliott mrs. Julius Hoertel and mrs. Harry Elkhorn. At five of clock dinner was served at one Long table in the private dining room. A color scheme of yellow and White was carried out in the decoration of Aprong Flowers and lighted candles. Covers were arranged for mrs. Walter Miller mrs. Wells Elliott. Mrs. Walter . Or. Oscar Flowers. Mrs. Julius Hoertel mrs. I of Grimm. Mrs. William mar-1 tin Aud mrs. Hurry Elkhorn _ a illustrated lecture on a How to build n Bock Garden or Pool will in a feature of the meeting of the Garden club monday afternoon at 2 15 o clock in Anderson Bros auditorium. Moulders of the curious clubs in Tho City Aud others w to Are interested Are invited to attend this meeting. Invitation have also been extended to Wheelersburg. Ironton. Ashland and Huntington Garde clubs. The musical program will include a vocal Solo by mrs. Murray Powers and Severn i selection by Hie Portsmouth string Trio composed of or. J. M. Stockham mrs. Virginia Wilson Ruark Sud i is Alice i. Blake. City manager Frank Sheehan Bernard e. I cute and mrs. Lena Kline Reed will give Short talks. The Board of manager Vin serve As hostesses a los. Gilbert Lonroe mrs. C. L. Ferguson or. George w. Xlyn Rtin mrs. Fred Mcilyar a los. Frauk i. Baggs or. Dan w. Conroy mrs. D. A. Berndt. Or. Lena Kline Steed and mrs. A. E. Everard. Sorority to meet monday t he Alpha Eta pm Omicron Sotor Ltd will meet monday at 7 a a a p. In. In Tho music room of u. S Grant school. A George in Shin ton Bicentennial play. A a Dpi of Chi a Tea a will be presented by the following members of Tho sorority a los. U. E. Collins Mlisse Katherine Farson Marjorie Hertz. Hazel Ruth a Margnret Schwarts and or. Elsie Miller Gobin. Tee music will the furnished by the progressive music club of which Xii Anim t. Cramer is Counselor. Following the program. Miss Emma Cramer director of tile chapter will take up the assignments for the meeting. These will include a resume of Washington a Farewell address a Ixl is. Ripley strip a by Hamlin Garland a High winds nod Indian summer a by j. P. A Fower autobiography of Joseph Conrad and a in Flanders Fields by John ale Crea. The latter is to tie Rcemoriz-e1 by the members of the tor Oritz. Ass Franklin Ald to hold meeting the ladles Ald society of Franklin Avenue m. E. Church a meet thursday at 2 15 p. In. At the Church parlor. The hostesses will be a los. Bertha help la mrs. Hattie Mccall a los. Ralph Wrightsel mrs. Anna a Mcelhaney or. Harriett Halliday and mrs. Bes Scott. Helen Clark. A Margaret burling. Frieda Stevens Lena Stone. Glady Caminite. Gertrude Kirby Virginia Edwards. Mary Caroline Green Dorothy Bierley Doris Evans Jane Norris Al Rguerite Millar Virginia to tic Sally starting. Rossine Schir Maii Anna Louise Rickey Marianne , Madeline Aine Wilma Wakefield Sarah Bowlder Anne Norris Mary Catherine Presser and lildred Wellman. Billy Herr Jed Hardin Wells Elliott jr., Ernest Jamison Joe Logier. Val Hoise Wallace Murphy Jack Davis. Paul ii. Thompson cd. Lynck. Donald Cross a Clark Harold Brunner. Harold Stone. Carroll Stone. W. I. Payne. F. It. Xiv Bride George Schmidt James Walker James thumb. Richardson. Virgil White William Wertz. Clarke Richmond James Hatcher a fume Milstead Charles Reamer John c. Smith Frank blood James Hyde Cyril Kuhl. Wells Crawford Walter Manley Edwin raw Ford William Crawford. Harold Vickery Joseph Shaw Eugene Driller la. Irwin Kaasler c. Durrell Albright Arthur Phillip. Curt Pinson Charles Milstead. Cha Rte Davenport Bort Iirth. Walter Hannah. J. It Turner. Frank Smith toil Cropper. A. J. Lilly. Homer Mickle write Charle Frazier William Lanley Jimmie Jones. Willard Kidd lieu welders Jimmie Robinson and a Herbert Green. Mfr. Aud Xor. John f. Anglin. Or. And a los. Elmer Young or. Sud or. Howard Davis Xor. And a los. Wylie Binna. Xor. And Xor. J. F. Wickett or. Or. And a los. Leroy Pollock mrs. Louise Walling or. And mrs. Robert Kirby Xor. Urn mrs. Edward Youngjr. A a enjoy party at elks Home a congenial group of friends gathered at the elks club rooms Friday afternoon for an informal luncheon and card party. The three course in Creon was served at Tho Small tables after which r series of Bridge games were played and prizes awarded to mrs. J. W. Hutchens mrs. Harry i. Denton urn mrs. W. Of. Vickery. Others presents were a los. W. G. Chaney mfr. Lafayette Taylor a los. K. D. Re Schelderfer a los. In i. Kell mrs. Brook Githler. Mrs. Ralph Proctor Xor. Winifred Bennett or. Richard Bennett Sud a los. E. C. Tucker. # a a a to entertain Reading club the Portsmouth rending dub will meet monday evening it tile Home of mfr and a los. Clinton i. Semi on Franklin Teu Levard. Till Wilt he the first meeting of Hie Spring series and All members Are urged to attend. Mothers Day May 8th the one gift she will appreciate motto your photograph by Harris studio third and Chillicothe 8ta. Phone 97 mrs. Dias. Rueppel 940 Gotha a real special continued one it Eek Gemme Frederic a Vita tonic or Eugene permanent wave $6.50 we also give the Frederic a Standard Quot permanent of ave regular Price $5 Clever of Omen reveal their flair for style by the hat they choose. New Spring models. $3.50 $5.00 $6.50 Zaia oat to the Esto rite will Zagarr. If is i Day after Wood at the Tow of in. Mary Harding is in sired. Mrs. Anne Rice millinery and Beauty parlor Loos Gallia phone 3527 a new shipment in our budget dept. Bambino brim hats for those Aho know a Good thing when they tee it. $3.95 up Gage tipping Dona Atef one tide. They Hole a Way of making one look Young and roguish and utterly charming Bokos. Rough it tau i. Hiie tailored touches on Black or dress trims us melt As blues and beige Bambino by the Way Means a baby brim Quot att head sues. F ust oar Beauty parlor. New toes prices now in effect. It almost unbelievable Al Peri work at this in earn sad Lovely hair Don t miss it. Hallo is Here that new 1982 permanent wave $6.50 special Bug m Apay Tai comfortable data he Law Price through april will Arake Aam ate was end amp Mraw wave la is cosy Hay Beauty Salon Krai Vuick m 1-2 com Mew we

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