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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30. 1917.
Women Workers Find Rompers Good to Play or Work In
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By CELliA MY ROVER ROBINSON
SIBYL 3. LEMPKE, Assistant.
Phone -R ( 1 0 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Hi.one V 4 p. m. to 8 p. m.
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AX -IF" FOR GIRLS.
If you can dress to make yourself at
tractive. Yet not mnko puffs and curls vour
chief delight;
If you can swim and row, be strong
and active.
ljut ot the irentler traces lose tin n
. - - -
sight; I
If you can owe without a craze for j
dancing- .
Lare for rM weak, the friendless
and the old;
If you can master French and Greek ,
ann uiin,
And not acquire as well a pripgish
mien;
ii yuu cnn ieei me roucn ot siik anu - - ifatin,
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Without dpspiriinc calico and .lean;
If you can ply a saw and use a ham-
mcr,
Can do a man's work when the
need occurs;
Can sine whm akod, without excuse
or stammer;
Can rise above unfriendly snubs
nnd slurs
you can ma kg good bread as well
as fu 1
5 Can sew with skill and have an eye
for dust;
If you can bo a friend and hold no
grudges.
A girl whom all will love because
they must;
3rlf sometimes you should meet and
love another,
And make a home witn faith and
peace enshrined,
And you its soul a loyal wife and
mother
The place that's been developed
through the ages.
And win the best that life can have
in store;
You'll be my girl, a model for the
sages
A woman whom the world will bow
before-
Elizabeth Lincoln Otis.
CUTICURA HEALS
AWFUL SCALP TROUBLE
AT COST OF $2.25
Combed Out Great Handfuls of Hair.
Head Covered With Dandruff.
Itched Badly and Was Disfigured.
"Every day I would comb out gren!
handfuls of hair, until there came a bald
spot on the top of my head. Then dan
drulf began t"i apjicar and
vVVi irv lie. id hcr.imc literally
covered. Mv clothing
- always looked as though
V meal had hern sifted over
r it. Later huge scales
formed in patches all over .
my head. My head would
SK2- 'ten cacuy ana it was ois-
tiTHM loured.
"Then I purchased Cuticura Soap
and Ointment, and I noticed a ceat
improvement, and after using three
boxes of Cuticura Ointment and three
cakes of Soap I was healed." (Signed)
Mrs. B. G. Ireson, KingsiKJrt, Tcnn.,
February 13, 1917.
Why not prevent these distressing
troubles by making Cuticura your even -day
toilet and nursery soap aided by
touches of Ointment as needed?
For Fret Sample Each by Return
Mail address post-card: "Cuticura,
Dept. II, Boston." Sold everywhere.
Soap 2.5c. Ointment 25 and 50c.
J. P, REMICH & SONS
DJSTPIBUTORS. ESSZNKAY.
HALF PRICE SALE
THE LA MODE
ALU SPRING AND SUMMER CAR.
MENTS GOING AT HALF PRICE.
GET AN
ELECTRIC IRON
DO THINGS NEATLY. SPEEDILY
AND COMFORTABLY.
Pensacola Electric
PHONE 2010
Co.
1 ii
WATCH WINDOWS I
POSS'
New Dry Goods Store !
31 South Paatox Street. ja
The Personal
Writia? Mirhing
CoroNA
Reynalds Music House
FORCHEIMER'S
FASHION SHOP
"The Store for Women"
IJEIT. AND MRS. COFFIN
ENTERTAIN IN HONOR
OF GUEST.
Lieut- and Mrs. E. A- Coffin enter
tained at a dance at their home on
t le bayshore last night in honor of
- r i f ; , i .,,a .u
y,L imiLimuir, jiaiui, tviiu la Llitril
house guest.
prinp the evening delicious re-
freshments were served the guest3
and the home was attractively riec-
orated with pretty wild flowers'
Those who were invited were as
(follows: Cant Mrs- J. L. Jayne, !
j Capt. and Mrs Henlev, Lieut and j
. Mrs r V, Eaton. Lieut, and Mrs.!
Stanley Farker, Lieut. a-ir Mrs. G -
iTV Strickland, Mr and Mrs. J. P.
; Kenny, Mr and Mrs- Claude Adams,
I Dr. anri Mrs. Jean Knann. Mr and
Mrs. Ferrel Talmes. Mr. and Mrs,
William Tierce of Chicago, U'is,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woonw '
and Mrs Bert Yale, Miss dub Moi -
ton of Birmingham, Alabama, Miss
njP Atridu'e. 'Mis An ?ela Sea. ntt.
-Mrs Humphrey 'everenux, of C li-
fornia. Capt Brewster," Mr. Warfie
i -Mr. i.ragg. i,ieut. ritzfrmon ot A;
gentina, Lieut. Zar of Argentina
.lr. Acker, Mr Pouncey, Mr. Vincent
Bruno, Mr. S Levy, and Mr Harry
Scarritt. Miss Jamison, the honor
guest and thr host and hostess, Lieut,
and Mrs- Coffin.
ENTERTAINS AT
SLUMBER PARTY-
Miss Thenia Hope Ryals enter
tained a number of her friends last
night at a slumber party at her
home at 1020 East Cervantes street.
Besides ten girls, there were ten
boys invited-
During the evening dancing was
enjoyed and five hundred was played-
1 he home was nrettilv decorated m
ferns and cut flowers.
All of the i
girls spent the night at the home of
Miss Ryals.
The girts who were invited to spend
the ninrht were as follows: Miss
Mayme Ross Reager of Birmingham,
who is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Walter Mackey; Miss Matilda Brown,
Miss Mildred Brown, Miss Lois Hur
son, Miss Jerrydeen Touart, Miss
Marzoni, Miss Rhoda Benn, Miss Lu
cills Sellars, Miss Rosalie Sellers and
Miss Bess McPherson, of Tyson, Alabama-
Thn yening men friends who were
asked to spend the evening witri
them were. Mr. E. L Vanllouten,
Mr. Jim Melton, Mr- E- L. Fornev,
Lieut. C. C- Chenev, Mr. M..Di Lus
tro, Mr- Ray Johnson, Mr. Charlie
Davis and Mr. Hann.
MISS JAMISON TO LEAVE
FOR BALTIMORE T0DAY7
Miss Josephine Jamisen of Balti
more, who has been visiting in Pen
sacola for the past two months as the
guest of her sister and brother-in-law
at their home on the bayshore
will leave tonight for her home. Dur
ing her visit her many entertain
ments and parties have been given
in honor.
MISS RADCLIFFE SPENDING
A MONTH AT SARATOGA
SPRINGS-
Cards received from Miss Radcliffe
say that she is enjoying a very
pleasant vacation at Saratoga
Serines New York her visit there to
fa'st about 1 month
to spend week.end
at mary esther.
Miss Fayo Rhodes of Century, who
has just returned from Milton where
she attended the Salter-Roberts
wedding is le.Wing today for Mary
Esther, -where she and Miss Myrtle
Alexander will be guests of Mr- and
Mrs. A. W- Rannv for the week-end.
Women Everywhere
Use Lemon Juice
To Beautify Skin
The beauty lotion which is becom
ing so popular throughout the coun
try is easily prepared by anyone,
and a whole quarter pint of it doesn't
I cost any mroe than a small jar of the
common, ordinary cold creams.
Add the juice of two fresh lemons
to three ounces of orchard white and
shake well in a bottle. Strain the
through a fine cloth so ro pulo cets
into the lotion, then it will keep fresh
for months. Regardless of what price
you pay or now highly advertised,
there is nothing else really more mer
itorious in beautifying, softening an i
clearing tse skin. As a tan and
blemish remover, also to remove oil-
mess and sallowness, lemon juice has
ro rival. Massasre it into the faco
neck and arms once or twice each
day. and just see if it doesn't brin
out thp rosps and hidden hpantv'
Lemons have always been used to
bleach the skin, but pure lemon juice
is too highly acid, therefore should
never be used except in tins man
ner. If properly prepared, this sweetly
fragrant lotion will speak for itself.
Any drug store will supply the three
ounces of orchard white at very lit
tle cost, and the grocer will supply
the lemons. Adv.
The Ready-to-Wear Store
If It's New, You
Will Find It Here
9 end 11 South Palafox
Mm k r
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BAY PARTY IN HONOR
OF MISS WILLIS AND
MISS HAGGBLOM-
One of the mony pleasures to be
remembered by Miss Mabel Willis of
Southport, Florida, and Miss Bertha
Hoggblom of Mobile, during their
staV in Tensacola, was the bay part I
which wao given in their honor on
Tuesdav evening, hv Mr- T.pon far-
to l,o,. Z.a io;' i
launch "Vera" '
u -i e v. !
inuoc iiciviu; nit- iMt'ii&un' "l i.M-inj
mviied io enjoy tnis oav-partv were
Miss Mabel Willis, of Southport.
IT-,,. ,A- AT,- AT..,. ht;,-
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rZ"u.,T r-.W
v-;n: m. r i
ner, Miss Vera Carter, Mr. Waite
Myers, Miss Esther Teake, Mr. Joe
Kinney, Miss Eunice Bledsol, Mr.
Athniel Appleberd. and the host, Mr
Leon Carter, being chaperoned bv
Mrs. M- Carter-
MRS- VAUGHN MUCH IMPROVED
AFTER ILLNESS
The many friends of Mrs. Oscar
Vaughn will be pleased to learn that
She is now able to be up arter ner;
l-ai-artt ill-iocc? of V, i - hitiio nn Tni-tVl :
Alcaniz street.
MRS. E- O- OPPENHEIMER
TO LEAVE FOR MONTGOMERY
i
Mrs- E. O. Oppenheimer. mother J
of Mr. Dan Oppenheimer, will leave j
on Friday on the noon train, for!
Montgomery, Alabama, to visit her i
HanrrMBr Mr. V Rrirl-mm at ner!
home there for some time.
RETURNS HOME FROM
EXTENDED TRIP.
Mrs. James W Grant and daugh
ter, Alvin. returned home yesterday
morning from Berton, North arnlina.
ere they have been vising for
uie past two montns. ouring ineiri
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are asked to report the meetings to visiting relatives in l ensacoia naa
WILL ENTERTAIN IN HONOR j Mrs. S A. Hall. 613 North Hayne i returned to her home in McPavid.
OF THREE VISITING GIRLS- j street, or call her, phone 1307, by j
A number of girl friends will en- I Tuesday evening of each week dunng j Paymaster and Mrs H. L Robins
tertain in honor of three visiting j the absence of Mrs J C. Long j returned yesterday after a short va
girls, Miss Marie Savage, of Albany, who formerly had charge of the j cation.
Georgia, who is the guest of Miss meetings.
Alberta Pourtless. Miss Lottie Math-' AH are welcome to attend these Mr and Mrs W. E Avery and lit
ews and Miss Ethel Marqtii,, both of meetings at. any of the homes of the ; tie daughter, frothy, who have
Mobile and guests of Miss Amelia j ladies above mentioned. I been visiting in Atlanta i, as guests of
Scbad, the entertainment to be in the j A,vory s parents, Mr and Mrs. J.
form of a dance given this evening ! MRS- TURNER RETURNS TO j T. Smith, have returned home-
at Chicowav Inn. A number of their DE FUNIAK SPRINGS. . , .
!.- u ; - -. l .
kttend-
OSCAR VAUGHN.
GUEST OF MRS.
Mrs. J. H- Ennis of Montgomery,
Alabama, is the guest of her sister
Mrs. Oscar Vaughn at her home on
North Alcaniz street for several
weeks.
MEETING NORTH HILL CIRCLE
FIP ST METHODIST CHURCH.
A meeting of the North Hill Circle
r u miV,.j;,i r"....v. ,.-,u
iv. iu .t
o'clock with Mrs. Arthur Gunn at her
home at 612 North Spring street All
members are earnestly requested to
attend as there is to be election of
officers-
l,,., , r . rrkr, T--rv
j mi ith vkit f
; J;V J l
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Mr A- ooske.
Mr- A. Booske. accompanied by his
I youngest daughter, .Miss Ruby
i oske, will leave tonight for New
daughter. Miss Rub".-
urieans wnere tney
will visit his
other daughters. Misses Bertha,
Edith. Emily and Julia I?ooske, their
visit to last about two months.
SafeTtlWc
Infants a Invalids
THE ORIGINAL
MALTED MILK
! Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form,
j For infants, invalids al growing children,
t Pure nutrition, upbuilding tk whole body,
j Invigorates nursing mothers ud the aged.
More nutritious than tea, coffee, etc.
; Instantly prepared. Requires no cooking.
! Substitutes Cost YOU Same Price
It's off with th petticoat and on with the pantaloons for girls in
Toledo factories. These pictures f-ho women employees of the Saxon
Manufacturing company ready for work or play in overalls designed by
Herman Saxon, head of the company. 1'onned first to make woman's war
work more convenient, the girl employees find the "rompers" an ideal
garment for outdoor recreation, in which they are encouraged by factory
heads. "The new garments make women employees less conspicuous 'o
men than the old flimsy waists," is the Toledo verdict.
MEETING BAYOU CHI CO
NEEDLE CRAFT.
The Bavou Chico Needle Craft met
Wednesday afternoon at tho home of j
Miss Anna Applebard on Little
Bayou.
The following members were pres
ent at the meeting: Mrs. J B Bled-
sol, Mrs- F. F. Chris, Mrs. Wr- R. j
Pyles, Mrs. Max Linnvi'.le, Mrs. Wil-
liam Teake, Miss Vera Carter, and i
Miss Eunice Bledsol
At this meeting, the dub had the
pleasure of having the presence of
two out-of-town girls, Miss Mab i
Willis, of Southport. Florida, and
Miss lrtha Haggblom of Mobile
At the clo.-e of tiie afternoon a
'ieiiglittul ice course was serve
delightful ice course was served bv
hp ht0 'i'- rs Max I mn-
ville. assisted bv Miss Mabel Willi
and Miss Bertha Haggblom.
' , nie:un! "H1 , "P,,,,on
itcunt.,-iia ann iiwvii, ki'niiii'Ti
ft ,... . Ai .1 . , , ,
fifth at three thirty o clock
at the
home of Mrs. J- B. Bledsu, on Little 1
l''
avou.
COMMUNITY PRAYER
MEETINGS.
The community prayer meetings
for this week will be held a' the
home of the following ladies this
morning at ten o'clock:
Miss Mollie Smith, 1211
West '
Jackson street.
Mrs Sallie Hall, 613 North Hayne
street
-
SOn Street-
.Mrs. v . 15. r erri
18 North Bay
len tre"t-
Mrs. Stearns,
19 North
Spring
I street.
e"rge Jonnson. coiner i-.m
avenue and Cervantes street
A prayer meeting will he held this
morning at the home of Mrs . Boyer
at .".OS West Zarragossa street at 11
instead or iu o ciock.
There will be a community prayer
meeting at the home of Mrs. W C
Howards at 1-M6 East Lloyd street
th;s afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The East Pensacola Heights Tent
: will Pen a' tnrf,p o ciock
ternoon for a prayer meet, n,
will be open at three o'clock this af-
. , . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . . , ,
j nity prayer meetings at their homes
.-All n"Sf, la'llrs w II" uavr l oiuwni-
ei 77 T,,
v.c t-o-
Iturnedtoher home in DeFuniak
I CVi-mrrc 'i f I o v cnonrlirKT caiyio timp 111 t
IYnsacola with her parents Capt.
and Mrs L. L. A-mard During her
:. vi?it she enjoyed a very pleasant
time- j
; j
MRS. MORRIS RETURNS TO j
i PE FUNIAK SPRINGS- J
1 Mrs. B. T Morris has returned to j
i her home in DeFuniak Springs after;
I having spent a few days as the j
' guest of her mother. Mrs Frank
n.j.i:.
i IMPROVING AFTER
OPERATION-
The manv friends
of Mrs Ed.
Campbell will be pleased to learn j
that she is improving, after a slight
operation which she underwent re- j
centlv at the rensacola Hospnai-
MRS. DUNCAN AND CHILDREN
. RF.TURN TO NEW ORLEANS.
Mrs. A. K. Duncan and two children
of New Orleans returned to their
home last nieht after a most pleas-
ant visit in Tensaeola as guests o? i
Mrs. Duncan's sister, Mrs- Wilmer !
j Hayward, at her home on the bay
1 shore for the past several weeks
i MISS WEST LEAVES
FOR MONTGOMERY.
j Miss Nell West has left for her
i home in Montgomery, Alabama, after
; having spent about a week in the
: city visiting at the home of Mrs W
, G. Barrow on West Chase street.
i MR. FLINT OF DETROIT
i VISITING IN PENSACOLA.
Mr. A- B. Flint, of Detroit, Michi
; -in, representing the Denby Motor
""ruck Company, is registered t the
i in Carlos Mr. Flint is spending a
short vacation here, following a trip
i to the Pacific coast and tour of the
1 Northern states-
MOTORED TO PENSACOLA
LAST SUNDAY-
Mrs- Francis, Miss Winnie Francis,
lr. 1. Broxtm and Mr. H Francis,
f Milton. Florida, accompanied bv
,Mr. and Mrs. T C- Perdue and two
flaughters of Harold, Florida, mo
tored to Pensacola last Sunday and
were the guests of Mr and Mrs.
George Kinsley and two daughters,
Ethel and Nanette Rosique.
MEETING WOMAN'S
RELIEF ASSOCIATION.
A meeting of the Woman's Relief
Association will be held this after- j
noon at five o'clock at the home of !
Mrs. J. F. Taylor at '222 West PeSoto
Mreet. Alt mem hers are urged to
attend this meeting-
AR ilVES FROM
M.T;OMERY-
Bernard Hancock of Montgomery,
Alabama, has arrived in the city to
be the guest of his cousins, Curtis
and Evan Vaughn at their home on
North Alcaniz street for some time,
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. anrl Mrs. Joe Robert? of Pen
sacola wove in Milton Monday even
ing attending the wedding of his
hrntl-ini- l?iv C. P. PnKort.- rf I
saco'.a an
Miss Lillie Belle Salter of;
this city. They returned to their
home on the 9:30 train.
tnonrlinr Ker vacn rfon"in"lVb b'fraW
again at ner desk in trie risncr a
Hamilton Hardware Store. She wa
accompanied home by. her mother.
who will sDcrt a tow days nere as
her guest
Mr and Mrs. Chas. Mertins of Pen
sacola, who were visiting their
c'autrhter anl son, Mr. and Mrs-
Chas P. Licata Sunday, returned
Sunday night.
Mr. 'and Mrs. S W. Ridlehoover
and Mrs. O C Rouff spent Sunday
in Pensacola.
Mrs. Ethel Davidson spent Satur
day and Sunday in Pensacola-
County Clerk H. W. Thompson is
a business visitor to Tensacola Tues-
dav Milton Gazette.
Miss Anna Bowman who ha? been
! ir. ana .irs. i . l- iick.s who navt-
. voting Mr- and Mrs. John Clay
Smith for some time have returned
j t0 Atlanta,
Miss Marv Kate Carr has returned
SATURDAY NIGHT
HO LONGER FEARED;
CALOTABS A JOY
Delightful Liver-Cleansing Without
the Slightest Unpleasantness or
Danger New Calomel Tablet a
Wonder.
Everybody is looking better, feeling
better and doing better since Calotabs.
the de-nauseated calomel tablet ha
come into general use. For bilious
ness, constipation, and indigestion the
new calomel tablet is a wonder, not
the slightest unpleasantness yet ali
of the liver-cleansing virtues of th
old-style calomel
Calotabs is the easiest and mosi
pleasant of all medicines to take. Ont
tablet on the tor.gue at bedtime, anc
a swallow of water, tnat's all. Nc
taste, no nausea or unpleasantness
You wake up in the morninjr feeling
fine and with a hearty appetite. Eat
what you please, no danger.
Calotabs are sold only in original
packages, sealed, never in bulk. Price
thirty-five cents for twenty doses. So
krood and sure that your druggists is,
authorized to refund the price if you
are not thorou;VJy delighted with
Calotabs. cw
IN BOOTS
WOMEN
As this store alwavs
leads in lmvim;- the newest ni" t!u- now
first. Tile eream of' tasliitni in Fall l-otw
women i iii'W making : t - firt appearance,
tli em.
Shown in brown,
some with eloth tops
hr wn. ,ure- a.nd dull 1-
t
:d
l.ouis heels -rv stxiili
W e also h.ave tliem
rheinskin and white buck.
Prices $5 to $10
You are always sure of a lit at this
and Hosiery Center ot lYnsaoola.
rITHE BOSTON
"KverythiiiL:' in
to Montgomery after having spent
some time here as the guest of her
i cousin. -Miss ineima t. nrr.
Friends of Mr Lyonel Guggenheim
will regret to learn that he is very
ill at his home on North Ba !en
street
.ii. rtim .nir-- .io;iH ld .iilltn
nave as tneir guests. Air. an-. I .Mr-, i;
E. Hudgins of Atlanta, who v. ill
spend several weeks with, them
j
Miss Ida Seely is the guest of Miss
Louise Glaum at Warrington
4 --vJUCiiaGt Lixarjws. and daugh -
Army iLd Navy
The Heart of Pensacolrt.
Sam Carllos iiiote
(Fireproof)
Seven stories of solid comfort.
A modern hostelry of peculiar excellence.
Kurepcan plan. Sl.' 1 per day and up. Special
weekly and monthly rates.
San Carlos Cafe
A restaurant for discern'nc v. Open front
6 a. m. until 8:30 p. m.
The season's delicacies properly prepared and
served.
Club breakfasts from 30c up. Table d'llotc
luncheon daily, (c. Service la carte.
Management Chas. B. ffevey.
of the State of
SOUTH CAROLINA
OmM and CoatrU4 by th Btte.
Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy
Rated In ClaM A by the Council on Medical EMocatioa of
the American Medical Association. Member of the Aaootatiot of
American Medical Colleges and of the American Crmf'.Tuc of
Pharmaceutical Faculties.
A Leader in Medical Education in the
South.
New Buildin with well equipped laboratories. A full eor of
thoroughly eff.cler.t all-time teachers.
Located opposite the Roper Hospital and very near the CharUeton
Museum, thus affording the students more extensive opportunities
-- raeaj-ci and training.
Women AJmittl on the same trms a? men.
Sf-fsion open? Sptemer 25, 1517.
For catalogue aoareas,
H. GRADY CALLISOX, Heart to r,
Calkonn and Laeaa Street. CfcJu4eto. S. C.
i
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE
High, Moral, Intellectual Standards
Liberal Arts, Law. Agriculture, Engin.
eering. Education, Graduate School.
Send for Catalogue and Views.
A. A. MURPHREE, President.
FOR
leads in values
it also
st vies
ar for
ee
ij;rey. ivo-
and black kid.
ma to
ton.
md others with
nine-inch lace, with
and vr
in whi
"v eomi
rt a oc.
white
bud
tin
inn
SHOE STORE
Shoe
Ut I'CCt.
T
for a visit to relatives in B .'ston
gone abi.ut two months
Mrs. Davis and son and daughter
Sair. my and Margaret have returnecj
to Fort Barrancas from their trip in
'h' e-t, which lastej about fouf
months-
I
again at
r ort
i arraneas,
aVMVT returr.eo.
sister i:i Ohio.
i'oni his vis:: to
jjrP p j foiij
r o' r.-nsacola ii
T "VT Vil-..,- nn
the truor-t of Mrs.
Vl' fcLA'.i.V'l.-ll.-. J.1. 'J,ll.ll V -1
, 1-al.as avenue. -S.-'ma Tin . s.
A lare party from Mcntt'-omer;-.'
. arc spenuiiii: uie vacation u-iia at.
Headquarters
COLLEGE
STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
TALLAHASSEE
COLLEGE OF THE HIGHEST RANK.
Liberal Arts, Education, Music, Expres
sion, Physical Education, Art, Home
Economics.
Writs for Catalogue and Book of Vlswm.
EDW. CONRADI. Pr.

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