HI 6 THE OGPEN STANDARD; OGDEN. UTAH. WEDNESDAY, MAKUH 31, 1920 1 1
' 1 ;l HJ! is a time of rejuvenation and the whole world is re-ani-
I. jk W J - JL mated in the spirit of new life; it is a time when the strength and bril- I X; I 118 a. I
I ' liancy of Old Sol chases away the shadows of the winter season and the invig- , M''f lllBlfx I Jf
ml I I fryj - h orating Springtime ushers in a new era . The birds clear their throats and begin o; VSjmP6b' irl WTvm
I i : I 'the songs that are harbingers of a brigh ter, happier time. Cheerfulness is plant- jlff 'P'-Sp "":v IPPI H
mi I Jjff ed in the hearts of mankind and hopeful anticipations of a glorious period pre- MWf jS'llt1 pl? iSfi 1 jifli
A fflI-S - vail throughout the broad land , a gladdened joy pervades the atmosphere, p jrjtl r vJlA Lpffi
Hi Wmlli V yuth comes forth in its reatest buoyancy and old age steps 'more lightly,. T Ira WmM WtJlil'
H Sfelh! ' participating in the gladness of the occasion. Tree buds make preparation for I .WS'421 JiPWS Sgal
B ' tmMM opening their portals for blossoming flowers that will beautify the landscape fegv 'Sllfc
H l$4f in the Maytime. The yeomanry commands a new lease of life, plants farm and 1' ptt
H ' T, JPuli -v garden seeds and prepares the soil for the great productivity and builds hopes ftflf m SSM JP 5?
. for a bounteous harvest. We all smile and are gay, banishing the saddened, fStffcftf ' rSI?foffi jf S&M j
I : w -wintry countenance and. casting a ray o f brightness that permeates the air. . pS i?!Sii!;;;'P Pt
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Hi Dame Fashion appears on the scene in all h er "fastidiousness of gay apparel. The Easter pfTL fev jj SfiX iK'
B Pif ' Bonnet crowns the head and in all its gorgeous' beaut' commands the admiration of man, new 1 Mft jftlFf JlT
If M ' Presses with flounces and frills are in evidence, shoes of the most delicate and fascinating designs j Pf W hlA '
II feRj " eeC apey oot, haberdashery of ev ery kind hahrjonizing with the environment of S m W'S
4 e CCaSiPn' CI1;iVenS tlie VCry f a thingS an euisite c!ress embellishes pe- jj
I ' ' it i'S'b"y"ie' overlooked 'by-tbem erhstore .window L bfcom.in j
iL ' 'W :5 rad!anCC f slad aUire- Therc is nothin which he Hrt desires that may not be seen in the trad- RiiSSSpft WL
' ing plaCCS- EsPecial atte?tioii is Sivcn the completeness of the grand display and the most W
I ! r ' " COU1'teOUS Smilc is given the ever ready clerks to serve. Shopping amidst the happy array of 1
IWPl things to wear is a continual round of pleasure an d the soul overflows with mirth and satisfaction: lf
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