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SEC. B—PACE 4 T H I _ - ; t r r - f THURSDAY-, JAMPAKY.4, 19# MBS. BEttNETH A. GOTTRY, Cambridge Cdrtesjomielit Telephone Cambridge 677-3281 J \ Mrs. Gottry is the Cambridge Representative of . The Gror fiti’wich Journal _ and is authorized to ; accept - subscriptions and advtosesmenRS. \jSt-fc!!#.. “•* v« - * News from lost Greenwich ■ Hinri if' - a i ,Ko,i —Ricky M cGuirereturned to % Lawrence univetsity Ttjes- Wednesday' \'m^ripnf-in alary McClellan hospital:-after-a'short illaess. A private:/iiyHic1 teieraliLiivi^iai serviceervice was**s <jty- ! — Mr. an4 Mrs.' Ashton Max- Meptepfcained their-fpi- I w - ' rT an<J family at a Christmas i s w .-^ qj held at the 01iarl.es A. ‘ Acicley! dinner last Tuesday. fclM p l home. ty -teW * Jji#Sr | and,: Mrs. Warren Skel C. Pw r,-paster C|*fttodge ^ ;,nd children enjoyed dinner Center Opened By EOC Office The town of Camhriefee has opened a multi-purposes neigh­ borhood center in the ,-village 4 Miss Blanchard Queen of Ball Miss Rebecca Blanchard! was crowned' queen of the annual Christmas ball of the senior t class last Saturday evening at office at the' rear, of # e fire Cambridge central school- She house to serve fhe people of the community. The center is open Wedjiesday afternoons from 1 J® 5 p.m. Mrs. Mary Neil, coordinator, wlTl'Hse—-mere to answer any: qAie&Jioas concerning 4he eco­ nomic opportunity council of Washington eounty and make w.as crowned . by Miss JoAnne Vitello, queen qf last year’s ball, and presented .a^spray ^ 6f- red roses by Kenneth Aikenj class presidents The members of the 'court and their escorts were intro­ duced b y Edr^ond Morache. Each couple’ talked ■ to th e throne set up on the north side referrals-to other private and of the room under tKe WGF^S public agencies. The purpose of the center, according to Miss NFancy Ryan, county .director of neighborhood centers, is to as­ sist families iii coping with the problems related to low or mar- Christmas Around the World, theme of the balL Members of. the court, , chosen by the senior boys who also -chose the ciueen, i were Heather Parrish, \Vicky Canzeri, Lou Durrin, Debbie ginal income living and to in-, DixsoJli Pam Fullm m d Carol form residents about existing 1 A.ckley _agencies.. -and—programs^- which-}--- - - -------- — ---------- may benefit them. ... V \ After the crowning e e r e - 1 1 monies, the-queen and her court H A D AA a m m I w i i .* * > » V ecl 01,2 grand march- directed I J A K / w e m o e r s TO ^ by William Andriek, photo?-' 'I rapher for the seniors. Steve Show Antiques J Anthony and hiS band provided Ondawa-Cambridge chapter,, music. Daughters of th e American1 The gymnasium was decor- Revolution, will meet Friday at ated with red and green strcam- United church.. Interment- mil . be in Wbor^l'&df centetery in ithe.spring.- i . * r §w Years day at the hom ejrf rsV James Coulfer in penriing- Mr. and' Mrs. Kenneth Atf-. br«cht and sons were guests of Mjfs. Albrecht’s parents, Mr. $ 4 M-rs. George Robertsf a t Pciiilt- ney, N6w Years, day. “ Andrew Beaty 3rd has re- 1:30 p.m. at the Historical house. The program, arranged by the American Heritage committee, ers forming a ceiling and large Christmas wreaths about the room. T h e message, Merry Christinas, in many languages will be Show «and Tell. Mem- j was spread in large letters on bers are to take an unusual4-the-walls. A large wreath decor- antique and tell of its use or ] ated with greens and red bells significance. ‘ was hung over the center of the Dessert and coffee will be | room- served by Mrs. Walter Skellie | 1 and her committee, Mesdames i f 'l c i c c I Q A d Clarence Rea, Ashton Maxwell-,4- - John A. MacMorris, Henry Rich-1 \ A I S n c T n i i r n f f m A n f 1 ards, Harry G. Curtis, and Ray I I W U m U f H W W Wetherby and the Misses Ruth I - ^be annual alumni basketball McWhorter and Mary Parrish. j tournament, sponsored by the I student council', was held last I Tuesday and Wednesday eve­ nings at the Cambridge school, Fwrdf Services ~ ' “ ms , ■ ' i ' I ' Mr. McW^orter^was,, born, pn P. chiurch • :March: 19, . 188 i , J « ^rst Cl-reeji. ■Walsliip services at .the Cam- and lived In vft,np- b. r i ,d g e\ ’United Presbyterian bridge fpr,79j?ears. cfaqrtd), will be.held :at.9:30 a.m. Fqr 0i]fi§r,Hars hie .was as- aad 1.1 a,in, at the White Church; siociated- with' -hisr father, t-he , as ot tiais.Sunday. For the past. . U,' -a- turned to Albany after1 spend- several Months only pne wor-\ painting \business lattet ne Was irl^ the past two wefeks'with his ship scrviee has been held, and -.seeja .^a,lesman for the J. B \ . f||her„ Andfeiw Beaty, and Mr, thit w»s 10 a.m. As of Stm- Ri«s, Seed . owttpgpijf- of Cam- Mrs. Keriry Richards, day, the «shurch will return to bridge, .the: Page JSo^d coppan’y | —Mr. and Mrs. Robert ^Reid- the fe\yc* worship services a&it Qf- 6rree4e.,a^-' ®Ilc3|8el Iteto- j pitjoye'd CEnstmas a{ the iibnie field during the su m m e r - (arcf S e e d .cd m ^ a n r - 4 ^ ^ ^ ^ e - ,.p |:^^ their son-in-law and d^ugh* ineiifchs- S«^day school will be fciiement from tbKt&«six}.ess,'he % , --Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm •held, the samp was employed for 8,e-vera.l yew's\ l^ndy and family at East Ha?f& time as one worship-service, lay the Fraxili \\V Hlggins Hard- fol'd. . and lit ’vHj continue to be held, ware ,-stqEjf iiu Gg 3 inla}dgf..;He! —Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coveir in time Brick United Presbyter- was a mearfber itff the ,<3.arnbridge a.ii.d. son Jay of Middleton werfe ian eliitrch. ’ I U nited iPtesbJterisap churpij-' Tfetursdky evening jm?®? I ue^t? Oii= Smnday Rev Alastair cH: -Siifviyiog afie.ttls wife, o| Mr. and M?s. . Jafiies ''Dfiomas^ ParrK pastjor, has annoujaced’that Hfte - ^ o a a '.jm ,! m i- M r;-and Mrs., David Sfc- there: vwill be holy ' communion _o,f /^«k^OiKyille; ®a.; Crawg. two grand^liijdreia, eight great; ;^ T h e .Scotch Hill club will gftaMchildpeii afld| a Jieplie-w, LEAGUE (^i«E.TOMORRo|/ . ! ______^ ________ , __ _ , ___ - . —SaETett Mbert of Arlington, bissketball t.^ 'u a s„ '{ijEiy ► Accfessofies in the Home. Ta,, sgfeitt the holiday ‘Week t^agu^gainesSrldial^'eyejiin|''pn.r -*-Gu6sts-of Mr. and end imth his mother, Mrs. Al- the local court. Bfith learn|,,i)f ’ Clarence Rea.and family, Chri^t- ^54 Alljert. ^ Stillwater cen-trafi* s«hool.‘ . ^he ms& were Mr--and M ra Leslie —Blr_ and' Mrs. Terry Briggs 3V game will 'b e a g i j i . ‘pirn. Bafcrdwell and fiSxnily, Mr. and of F«rt Lee, N. J.,; spent part On Saturday e-'veiEiiiff the teams Mrs. John A. Rea of White of last -week with their parents, will play' iion4eafeii'e* games' 'pn . Creek and the Danie Jones faitt- Mf. and SSrs. James Briggs? tije home couat'Bf'itii. fe'ajiii.Qf ily-., . —airs, William Elliott and Mary’s aca-dero; of Hoosi(ek —Kenneth Sheffield spent 'the sons of'Clark, N. J.j, spent part of lasst week with lier parents, . ' ; C . ' ICr. s lid Mrs. Henry S. Bates Sr. TO IN fT A it —Miss Karen Hungerford has p'ec erd an1“.' a?' , - retiienesd to Wanpinger Falls- P o r ted offkears -of Cambridge- returned to their studies at after pending the holidays with ^ ^ e y lodge £_ Sn4 A, StJNY at Plattsburgh, her parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. Ken- -will, he mstauM 4tonday , eve-1 • —Mrs. Frank Mallin has re- netli Itaiigerford. '. ' 1 at 7:30 P~m. a t the Masonac turned home after'spendliig the r-SMrs. Valeria IVloeller has. tetnple. Horace ;JL.-. Maxwell! Te- past week with her nephew and been visitin'e her son and dauffh- feWng master, wi&l pireside' d.ur- ni-ece-, tNfif. and'Mrs. Pm lcis Mal- terL lSw Mr. and Mrs. Don- . i m p a r t o f t f t e i^ e t k g . Re- lip at Basking Ridge, N\ J.,'and aid Moeller and children at fresshments . and a'social hour person James Mallin and fam- - * __ m i i t l U #\. £ n 11 rm. A • l l x > i . T t n w S w ' w i o u ' T k t T at /both.- services. Personals meet, on Thursday, Janaiary 11 a| 1:30 p,m. -at the home' of Mis. Walter Skellie at ’ -North Green* '\Su. The lesson will-. be oh : week end at the home of WSssr Rosemary - Benson at Liberty. Miss Benson returned* home with him and on Tuesday- they Cape? Elizabeth, Me. ' |b e - f o l l o w e d , —t e , £ynn IS. Durfee is. spen«llnig the winter- with her son ond daaighter-in-law, Dr. and la's. Harold Durfee, anti ’ j. • ■ _ . -- ... i s o * « »otkviije,w<i; ........ A n a R o c r L e s t e t The annual meetings of the congregation will be °held at* the church , on Thursday, January 11,' following a covered dish supper at 7:30 p.m.. .E-ldei% to be elected are tiVofcnembers of the session for terffls of three gears’ each, to fill vacancies due to the expiration of teras> McCkiire and WilliamfMc- \and nipg guests, of Mrs. Retta Beadle- and Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Bal* dock and family. It was^ th* birthday o>f' Mrs'.\ Bfeadle. Morris and1- to elect two', trustees for terras of three years- .each |p fill, vacancies due to the expi­ ration of the term ^ o f office of Ifwn C. Waite and Robert Reid. (Sthpr business' byolight before fhe meetings will be transacted, , .At the meeting^ of Margaret .Murdock pirple and. the TfiilF theas the following officers were inst^Hed'by Mrs. Clarence Rea, Margarfet Jilurd^ci;' circle : Presi: .dent, MrSi Helrnar Thygesen; vice president, Mrs. Henry Rich­ ards; secretary treasurer, Mcs, David McGuire, JFor the Phila- theas: Piresident, Mrs. Ashton Maxwell; vice president, Mrs. Walter Skellie; secretary, Mrs, Kenneth Albrecht; treasur&r, M' 1 's..H.enry Rkhards,’ Archdole —'Nelson Petteys is a ^pa­ tient in the Mary McClellan hos­ pital. f • . . —Mrs, Malcolm X-yons .called on. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lyons Sunday afternoon, —JMrs. Hubert! Beadle' re- turn'ed hoAe' fijoih . k a i y Mc­ Clellan hospital Friday where she had been, a surgical patien-t. —Mr. and, Mrs, Gilbert Nor­ ton spent last. Stmday' in War- rensburg with 3Mr. and Mrs, .Robert McCarty, and family. It was t t e birthday Qf their grand- daughter, Betty Lou. .—Scott . Wheeldon left last Thursday with a ’group of Boy Scouts on a camping trip over in Ash Grove where they had a camp in the mountains and re­ turned home Saturday. —Mr. and Mrs. James Bentley WALTER O. KINHIN. B S- Wan has, jtieen walkingT forr ijnillions of years but e?ch step is a potenHal catastro-? plie. A step. thrust$ the bady;. frAm e s tate of balanced eqy?‘; Iibriuliil® fte<ng insWbility. tfnliy tfife action of The •mo^c^C keeps the walker from ing on hi»- face. In y swords, walking, is one con-r' trolled fall, after aiwth«ir,'.j Some walkers five W o r f c dangerously t h a n oth*rs.f Why did walking evolve ? 1 Anthropo.logUts say it ' pri-, marily was an adaptation fbr_ coverieig- lori|,.d^|ii^cef ,-e.co^ • nomical)y,;:.^ayii^i;i^|y ' a.ftifer‘>CTa\ii' 'be'caitife^a^iinti'fil Bipedailism ¥reed j the hand^ s 0 food •* could, oe ' readily carried frijm 'o n e ^lace. ti^' another yrltliout; KaVf^$| t« consumed ow the spotr-Walk »-1 ifi 5 . is. really, a colniilicate^; process—so\ don't take, it for . grrfltedl ' i ; J; Dpnt 'take your . health or hie<llcatioh . for granted. FoV excellent serviee come to- KINNI N'S ph a r m a c y , ' 75“ E. #/lalrt St. Free Delivery ; Call ^77-3822. Convalescent Ai«f$. ; ,* Hteijimark G r^tlris- Cards , * Cosmetics . Pjhofff* Sefvic* ^ \ r “Bab/’ Meedff r V/hiltm^r* Caridyt -'-(.4 HEUPFLIi. J-tINT: H e re't tBer answer to waxing floorsl- Use a palmt roller. You even attach old broom handle; to it and eliminate stooping. I: \ afid was won by members of dents at. Cranwell school at the class of 1964. The team de-1 Lentmox., Mass., spent the holi- ily at Pennington, N. J —Mr.- and ' Mrs. Robert Reid and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Rich­ ards'1 attended the open house in. honor of the 40th wedding anaiiversary of Mr. and Mrs. - fravid—Reidr -at - t t e i r home in Korth Greenwich oh Suhday. —Mr, and Mrs. Dick McGuire, j Bonnie and David and John Rea | O n John E. L. McCall. toTe° 4rove to G,eneva. on Frid?y and ‘ _ j v t Daniel Pemrick who is ^ pany . . a ! attended the Hobart basketball I . ,1 1 !, r ? . • ‘ ciomc a sitbsdiairy, of the As- trMjrnnmpnt that PvPnin« T?i^kv taking 3iis basic training at Fort ,gi.ow Seed <oiaf)'aay,. After nego- t^ rnaraent that evemn- Rlcky TOR ALIi YOUR : TRAVEL WEEDS ^ No Service Charge —HJcde and Jock. MaCall, stu7 Pirrrt Merge Officers of OES To Be Installed The newly elected and ap- | feate'd a team of members of ' days with, their parents, Mr. arid: ' The- : M in'deyiiEi'^nd King pdinted officers of Cambridge the class of 1957 and some from ,,r-\ ' - 1- ” T Valley chapter OES will be in- the class of 1966. These two stalled Wednesday evening,'Jan-. teams have met in several alum- uary 10 ni tournament finals in the past, 'Mrs. Elizabeth Ridler, m atron/ bfth arfe and Frederick Severson, patron, ■ The class of 1957 has the edge will preside. 'Mrs. .JRidler. .and: ° n ^ournament clmniproiis ups. the historian will give reports; havinS Played ln more of them- of the year’s activities. I Individual trophies, given by Mrs. Sally King, newly elec-' ‘j>e .co«ncii * * * Pfe!ent€d ^ ted matron, and Mr. Severson, ennf Gottry, chim n arr of reelected patron, will preside ^ e tournament. .Members of during the second part of th e : ^ “n.ng t e a m j n d u d j J T ^ S P A M I Parsley, Allan Wallace, Richard nounce' her committees plans for the year. &ix, 1L J., spent the ‘Christmas; 'nve? “ too whQ played in the holidays with his parents, Mr. S S ° ? h e a S S t wls sighed t» urnament Wlth s t - ^ vyu Mrs. frank J. Pernrick Sr. & team returned home Wlth • ^ v . jiresiiidnLIof':iIa^loley^l.e1.. aiid r. ^ —icVim-p-rh 1 <he«ffirirf gartl oFSefltra^eni theKolidfiy S t a g ; and a . -C l ^ . 'Fes-* ^ MrS' ‘K e n , i e t h She{heW 18 Ridge Street W C . Phone 7924T9J1 Glens Falls, N. V. meeting. Mrs. King will an^. , . t . .. _ ,, a n d I Cristaldi, Richard ■ MacDougall I Gregory Diokson, Tim „ . . . , . ! Dan*yl Decker, Robert Cristaldi, , Refreshments vl.ll be served • and Ivan Purd and Johll Mc. (jaiQ m the dining room after the Cartyi inembera of other school ^eok end with their parents. S W abcompanied Mr.‘and Mrs. John Mr, and Mrs. Thomas F. Dunm Barber and sons °-£ ,Salein to w i-Jfcr. and Mrs. Walter Ny- on Friday’ where the'y ffar(l . King/As^ow pafe^ce am l^wn orjoyed lunch with Mr. and Mrs. iliss Helene Gann, who is W ot \ J f i S r ' 1^tIward Albrecht and sons, and +iio fQr..iitv nF ml! C a m b n a i S - m e r g e r t* Watervhet for dinner at the meeting. REPAIR SERVICE on all Clocks - Watches Electric Sha-vers Jewelry LeGrys Jewelers Since 1847 FRANCIS ACKLEY 51 W. Main, Cambridge, N. Y. classes. John H e r b e r t , secondary school principal and advisor; to the student council, presented a special trophy to William Pot- vin, who had commuted from Portsmouth; N. H., for the 1 tournament, Members of the team for the classes of 1958, 1959 and 1957 who have played in a nuntber of tournaments' included Don and Dick \Record James Arnold, Duke Nennstlel, Larry Decker, , Don Thompson, John Bell, Mike I Baratto, Bill Higgins and Eay j Purdy. A •Mr. aad Mrs. William Clark \ T J T i n i 1 Rev> 0Iiver Warren- Pastor , B « t s .f . 5.„ , Miehae. 1 S ' ^ n d a , Serv l c e ^ - . : .10 a.m. Sabbath worship. 11 a.m. Bible school. OPTOMETRISTS ' and OPTICIANS SINCE 1857 OF TROV Oitr New Ground Floor Location 90 Main' St., Greenwich. WEDNESDAYS . ip:30-$;15. £ >-4 Perry Young who is W n g. ^ speeiM.. ^ 3 , T ' r . f.n!.S“Sp™ :/r: a l packet rived last week end to spend a in vegetables^ tteeugh .in veg§- 10 (Say- leave with his parents, , Mr. and Mrs. Chester Young. > tablc and fl?)ve'r, PacIcets to' —Mr. and Mrs. William Nenn- AUCTION The undersigned, being unable to secure suffi­ cient help, will sell her dairy and milking- equip­ ment at Public Auction at her farm located 2 miles east of North Easton next to the Willard Mountain ski trail, 1 mile west of- Johnsonville railroad — look for Auction-Arrows off Uoute 40, on SATURDAY, JANUARY 6 AT 12 NOON 50 HEAD OF JERSEY CATTLE ^ (nia;ny selling with papers) ^ 6 Close Cows A . 4 Cows due within 2 months 16 Fresh in. the past .3 months Balance of, Milk Cows are summei: cows 6 Bred Heifers . 5 Open Heifers 5 Raising Calves —: ' ' . MILKING EQUIPMENT: 30-Ca.n Zero T Bulk lank, ' 52-gal. Hot Water Heater, 4 Milker Units (SkTg,e aftd DeLaval), \double basin stainless steel Sink, Dump­ ing Station, Iatertiational gether only ntioiii Italf as Jarge as Mandeviile amtl King. _ The last reek .w ith their parents, ^ o packer mir 1M« Wilis am a NPm . b'^ed can challenge the mdtis- sticL o-f Albany spent part of Mr. an-d Mrs. William A. Nenn- . . ... , . *M . T?hev spenUhe past week t o e , s , lea4ers- , f ' f end at Crogan with their par- f ed/1lavv\ produe1s line m11 Le rar nnri M,r< T.^Schack. handled by the same orgam- ents-, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schaclt. —Mir. and Mrs. D o n a l d &ehniei*ler of Utica have been zation. This is the foiurth trade name visiting their parents, Mr. and to , b e used fay. ilie .Cambridge Mrs. I . Allan W s o n and Mr. operation _ sm«e 1039 First it and Mas. Edward J. Schneider, i was the R lcc ijaine,-then Associ- Mr. a»d Mrs. Gregory Dickson ^te(* Te\ also spent part of the holiday c^ tly Asgrow.‘TWse changes wife tlaeir parents, Mr. and Mrs. have been ™ ap-parent than. Dicksosn,' E^YS - AFTER 28 YEARS DEPARTMENT STORE HUDSON FALLS CLOSES ITS DOORS FOR EVER -A/le Richard Hatch has re- real, however, for it has been the sam'e c'oii»paiay all along. tirnud to Cannon AFB, New t! f \ lf rinf o f 19?» Mwcica after spending a holiday! f ^ c t of this #iatege m il nofc4 learesvith his parents, Mr. and '^e very notieeable thou^i the^ l Mis_ William Hatch. He works. two saj e? depaitntents will ;be ■ on ®lie base newspaper report-•, merged into a single unit lin­ ing spwrting events and is_ to niediately. atteaid a- '.service.. Journalisin school in Indiana next mohth. mergi In a j' is hard to predict; .toe long term —^ L t . 'H r t ^ V e l e ^ t u r i i e d i e®fet> * « t-« is-atieast reason- MoiMdaa' to Craig AFB, Selma,' able to ,.ex ject,Jiat Asgrows Ala.__,.aite-r spending a Christmas - P osition,jntlae cpnsumer prod- iemo -with Ms pdrents, Dr. inc^uets-ittarketrshojald Tbeptrength-. Mis- Charles CoIe„Pvt. John eK« ^ th^.cqinpa^y says. Cole,• -who is attending sdiool |--;v -■_ jw. >i a t itert LeonECrd Wood, Mo*., AIDEk PROMOT^D ■ spesnt part of his Christim s8 -^“ ssell B. fflarris of Poesten- ¥«awe ^vith Ms parents. He spetet “ U. -Albany. distect chief- of- jLgst w^eek with- 'has brother-in* construction _ in, ih~e state de FINAL CLOSE OUT SALE STARTS THURSDAY, IAN. 4th 12 O'Clock Merchandise has been Re-Arranged and Re-marked t o ^ ^ f If iVlUSf GO prices This Store Must Se Empty in 16 More . Selling'DaysPRICE IS NO OBJECT Store Hours WillBe 12 NOON till 9 P.M. SALE WILL END SAT., JAN. 20TH law a*id sister, Mr. and SIf,s-.. Marvin Dekkerf, and children at Chicago, 111. TERMS OF SALE—CASH MRS* IRENE B. KILPIO, owner HARRINGTON, auctioneer PKone 747-7163 ... \ \\rr- A e H E N B A C H ’S Since W O “If you don’t knoib Mumonds* know ] four jeweler9* 3Mf Gl*n‘ S fr«|t \ «Un* fall*, N. Y. partment oi tfcrapspoi’Catioii, has been promoted £ q assistant dis- i trict • engineer ^ t Buffalo. He ; I will receives stla i^ o f $18,436. | 4 ART EXHIBIT MT SPA ^ - An arj, «xl^ibifcv'rotirjP.aintexs..: : From Divine p-rov^denee, fea-' turing t-he works of artists - a t- | the Rhode Islansd-school of de­ sign, are-on <lisi>lay- in the Hst- 'l .thorn galleiy afc Slfidrnore col- | • lege in Saratoga Springs. The artiste are Gc-otge Morrison, -,| ' Jack, -Massey, 'lrazel Belvo ahd Alfred de Cre.(iico.- The,-gallery - hours-ape from® a.»i. to 10 p.m. Monday tlip-uglfi feiday1, 9 a.ta. I to fcSjft' p.ni. Sat^Htlay, and 2 to [ V p i ^ U E S - F I N A L MOST ITEMS WILL BE '/2 PRICE ALL OTHER ITEMS WILL BE 30% - 40% MENiS-AND-BOYS' CLOTH1WG >- FURNISHiNCS AMD FOOTWEAR . WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL AND FOOTWEAR CHILDREN'S WEAft -4 dLARK'S CROCHET COTTON ANI>.SUPPLIES MEN'S AND BOYS' DOUGLAS SHOES - - CHILDREN'S SHOfeS Made by. Mather Goose and 1 American Juniors SLIPPERS FOR THIE FAMILY RUBBERS-- A R e fres.— PACS — BOOTS for MEN, WOMEN and.CHILDREN* FIXTURES F0K SALE STORES FOR RENT ;.l- . -f *• • ■ * 4f

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