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Mr. Blair and Mr.Hinnant visited 1
ISAAC BEAR SCHOOL.
The Isaac Bear crnidren and teach.
Joe Branch," Francis roy; joaepur
' . ' , Stone, Gregory, Smith. J . . : 4
' i Fifth Grade, Miss Miller: . Mary
sf - ' . . -CF.taenne Bissmgr, laaiea- oiuv;n.ts
1 ' i .n r Johanna Dnls, 'Margaret Hale, Emilie
: SeeT-d Grade ArNeTj.Bowdenl Wolf. Milan Wortham; Vlrga Yopp,
Rain fnievmnvH t pa YjaVi? Wil-r'l'eterson i-etwey, oieyneu awxi,
S?lPi.2,i !L FiZlLeTeDa;, S . rls CaldAvell, Edward McEachern, Dol-
liliner, Maurice Miller. Morris Rich, An-.lancO'Bnen, Alex, bhward.. , .
H ma' Florence - Singletary, Edna Lee , -siTrh ,G rade: -Miss Buck: Frederick
Avant; Eana .jay Craig,-Lily Pacobs, Clausen s James Croom, Jack McCarly,
Vilginia Jackson, Gladys McVaTtney, j crl Wessell, Junius A Smith, David
isabclle McCartney , Annies uianam jwestbrook, Blanch Badon, Mary Lacey
t-enect m spelling: ,. .oms "' Boney, Dorothy 01dhamA Reggie Don
Konaid Lee Batson, .an Manner, u& Ella Mae King, Mary . Sandlin,
t;amerme, urooKS, iiixy acuub, May Hester Vanu, Ruth D.eWitt.
DelleXMcUartney, Virginia jacKson, Sixth Gr ade. Miss Sidburyi EUza-1
J-iOis Ward. - ' ihoth Hart T.fllian RrmfiAhuSh. Andrev,
Second Grade B, Kate-s. aison: wilford
1 a - wisss
'Carl Bender, Winston .Davis, Rollie
4-- 4; 4
ers are looking forward to Thanks- jFaulk,' Bennie King, Wil$e ' Rich, -Ma
jrie Bell, Edna Borde-ux, Lula Caison,
4' our school Monday morning. Mr
4 Blair read the Honor Roll which num-J ivine with much pleasure.
4, 4, 4, 4, bered twenty-nine b6ys and forty-three' Four or five of our teachers will at
girl's. Mr. Hinnant compared it with tend;the Teachers' Assembly at Char-
The U;ricn School is very proud of October's Honor Roll and wa3 pleas:
the prizes received for the good work e(j to find a considerable increase this
at the Corn Show, totaling; $18. Even month. ..
though we did not carry off a first David Peterson, Harold "-vWoolard from Mr. J. J. kittle for Corn Show &m Brown, LeRoy Lanier, . Tom
prize for the best exhibit from any and Charlie Sellers were called-to the nrizes Thelma Batson $1.00. for the Nichols. Robert Southerlknd, Pearl
Sixth . Grade, Miss Cordey: Hanes1
Benton, Thomas' Stansell, Mary Lee
Rives. Is'abell Broderick. , i !
Hary. Lilly Hines. Gertrlde Herring,; oftVftnth orade. Emma Lbssen:
Annibelle Pershake, Lottie-May Snep,. Mai:ie Cain Marguerite Bell, XJnda ;
Anders, Gordan Smith, Harvey- Mc-,
Second Grade, Mrs. Wa Allen: Lean, David 1 McGlaughn, Harold
Two of our pupils . received cheeks Kenneth Anderson. John Brown, Wil- ste 'bereer
Seventh Grade, Mrs.
J ft 'ftn '-riftr
Brok: " Ruth
where they received
as prizes. Their work won at the Coraineien ucieaKer $22.uo, for the best Ruby Harward. Jsabell Kivett, Nellie' Vhtiti Tr Fdwfi t)avis
Show. These tLree boys were the ffii-n wine. mi-. Hinnant made the 'Matthews. Hettie Reaves. - . i. .,,- .' ,-r.'Jta .-n'j ivj-; i
OA only ones to enter for prizes and it school u nice talk aiter Mr. Blair read Third Grade A, Gertrude Johnston: i, A11o. V, - nt, '
school, we received the second prize, platform
and also eight individual prizes
follows: The school 13.00 ior sec
ond best exhibit,, Carl Hoffman $2.
first prize. Aeroplane, Eighth grade, was quite gratifying to see each one me honor roll on Monday
Fannie Bunnett, $3.00 first prize, Es- successful.
say, How to Grow Corn, Seventh ! David Peterson won a $1 for four
grade. Theodore Dorsey, $2.00 first ' specimens of school work. Harold
prize, Best piece of Hand Made Fur- Woolad and Charlie Sellers won fifty
niture, Seventh grade, Thelma De- cents each for the fireless cooker
vane, $1.00 first prize, best original they had bunt according to plans sent
story for a Srth grade pupil. Billy ; out. by the government.
Poley, $3.00 first prize, best map of Second Grade. Nellie Pickard: Wil
son X.UU, I"!" LliWIlCIlOIS, KODen aouiuerjJUlU, rwn Qmif, f0t, Htourorf-nwn.wpll
uie xour specimens or ovsi wuriv, auy Datieii, rearn caruer, . uui Vuut"" ' Vol 5niv'pv MadliTi TraWlTTilTieeiiP
The ionor roll for November is as
Second Grade: Eldrie Barnhill,
Beatrice Kelly, Ann Slocum, Matil-
ua Kiem, Anna Meister, Margaret
Hall, Beaty Love, Sarah Womack,
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North Carolina, showing counties, hert Cherrv. Henrv Flowers. Arnold . enooiya buudb, ai nuuus.
Sixth grade; Sixth grade A, $3.00 first , Hill, Ernil Sell, Jesse Winn, Elizabeth Third . Grade, Pauline Williams,
prize, product map or North Carolina. fFullwood; Murnel Gooden, Myrttle j teacher- : Emeth Clayton, Rachel
ivameryn 1-1111, $i.uu, first prize ror: Hamilton, Inez Hopkins, Bessie Jack
best four pieces of Second grade work. I son, Rosie Kosch, Mildred Peterson
The pupils on the Honor Roll fori Helen Sellers, Virginia Savage, Eu
this month, total, 136, they are as fol- dora Snell, Lena Tyndall.
. lows: Eighth Grade A, Mattie Stach, j Third Grade, Mrs. Bryan: Sam
Carrie McLean Taylor, Carolyn Price, Benson, Ludlow Williams, Robert Bur
Lucy Hall, Lucy Gaylord, Aleine Hop- ton. James Lvnch. Paul Harrison.
kins, Hampton Davis. Murlin Creasy, Mary Ganey Louise Murray, Julia Mae Browh, Louise Fonville, Margaret
Dolita Cox, Jennie Mae Hartsfield. Johnston. Grantflettie Jacobs, Annie Newcomb,
Jane Russell, Valerie Simmon, Ivy Perfect in Spelling: Sam Benson, Pearl Pagette, Edith Williams, Henry
DeOrange, Evelyn Justice, James King, Ludlow Williams, Shepard Westbrook, Leembenberg,.
Samuel Hawkins. Hazel Brittain, Morris Haskett, Mary Graney, Edna 1 V
Sarah Wells. Seventh Grade A: An- Lee 'Murray, Julia Mae Johnston. Fourth Grade, Fannie McClees,
nie Newberry Kerr, Hellen Farmer, Fourth Grade, Virginia Smith: Ben- teacher: ClaraCBrantly, Lula May
Eugenia Mason. Dorthy Pichard, Mar- nie Schwartz, Sam Rubin, Leon Abra- Capps, Edith CorwelJ, Dorothy Ed
jorie Brittain, Katherine Price, Edwin mowitz, Earl Tolar, Preston Roane, 1 wards, Ivy Hart. Elizabeth King,
Gore, John Fuchs, Andrew Hewlett, ; Mary Brinkley, Rosa Lee Cox, Will D. ! AgatTiaenwenburg, v .Helen Mills,
j ' "-" "'u'' :juuiiacun, raiuiiic lurucviuc, niiia-
Hunt, Jane Lynch, Helen Sailing, Lil
lian Sailing, Margaret Stockard, An
nie McL. Weeks, Frances Weeks,
Thomas Hall, Macon Womble.
Third Grade, Elizabeth Symmes:
Doris Batson, Ella Birmingham, Nellie
Farl Rendpr Flmn Cnnelahd. Wilbert.
Thnmoc Tvhn nTorv.nsV.inn T.Attifi Lorena Badon, Mary Stewart, 'tier
Taylor, Josephine Brock' Hilda Har- hert Brand, Ruth Smith, and Marion
dison, Margaret Walton Artie May ; Stewart have missed no words in fheir
Coker, Annie Todge, Elzora Hodge, regular spelling lessons- - -C
Ruth Brown. Eighth 5rade, Mrs. Cardwell: 3 An-
No: tardies in November' jnie .Barnhill, Hettie Beatty, LIllie May
Perfect in Spelling: Earl Bender, Britt, Ryda Butler, Oneda Capps,
Hilda Hardison. Thomas Jacobs, ! Edith CUne, Marie Costii, ; MIdf ed
Fitzhugh Sellars, Edward Hawkins. Jones, Carrie Bell Knox, .-ttfijttwr-Third
dradA r Fr-.sie Harris Bud-. shall, Dorothy McNair, Lila 'Mat. Mc-
-IF YOU WANT-
Eloise Shepherd, Edith Smith, Helen
Lucile Croom, Edythe Donnell, Daisy heth Ca?tepn
Sexton, Madeline 'Weaver. Meader Cos-i Fourth Grade, Mary Eve Carpenter: I WIndley,
tin, Wilhelmina Stach, Sallie White- Frank Weeks, Donivan Mathews, Ad-'Stack-
neaa, n.an MODJey, waiter Keener, rian Casteen, Ruth Britt, Eloise Cas- . . .
.James Cavenaugh. Seventh Grade B: teen. Louise Lewis, Corneitha Hale,- Perfect m Spelling, Fourth Grade.,
Thelma Darden, Carrie Jones, Addie odell Merritt Dorothy Holmes .Helen Mills, Janie Pigott, Eloise
Quinn, Mary Lee Russ, William; Fifth Grade, Mrs. Clarke teacher: Shepherd, Helen Windley.
Thrower. Charles Yarborough, Spencer, Leo Harrington, James White, Har-! Fifth Grade: ThelmaBatson Nelle
Land. Sixth Grade A: Sudie Anders, 'old Wilson, Harold Cavenaugh, Jesse , Goodlett, Glenward, Miriam Weeks,
Marguerite Donnell, Annie Walton, Peterson, Wilhelmina Schutt, Grace ! Rupert Trollingei; Dorothy Mills,
4 May Hoffman, Estelle -Benton, Sybil Hopkins, Lucile Matthews, May Bell ! Helena Bleekor, Nancy Taylor, Anna
t Fremain, Sophie Smith. Janice Davis, Casteen, Elizabeth Rogers, Addie Wil-!Love Frank Hall, Thelma Kelly.
Catherine Wells. Earl Walton. James. ! :
die Fowler, Carl Eagle; Andrew Eu-
banks, Watha Jordan, iAllie Potter,
Elma Barnhill, Christine Blake, Rubv
Cannady, Gladys Capps, Gracie Davis,
Pearl Davis, Olena Herring, Bessie
Jackson, Mary Johnson, Eldora Porter,
Delia Stokley, Thelma ykes, Louise
Perfect in Spelling: Mary John
Fourth Grade B, Julia Faison:
Samuel Blake, Ray Blizzard, Vera
Barnhill, Louise BoswelJ, Lina Davis,
Martha. Mansfield, Lucile Mason, Mae
Perfect in Spelling: Samuel Blake,
Roy Bliggard, Carl Sexton, Lina Da
vis. Martha Mansfield, Mae Miller.
Allister, Viola Murrell,' Lucile Page,
Velva Polley, Pate Savage, Elizabeth
Silverman, Eunice Williams, Mary
Eighth Grade: Ditmore Harvey, Al
len Oldhom, LeRoy Plyler, - Samuel
Ruark, Viytor Sullivan. '
Grade Perfect In Spelling. r
Ineda Capps, Ryda Butler, Annie
Barnhill, Helen Land, Dorothy Mc
Nair; Viola MurreU, Lucile Page, Pate
Savage, Carl Williams.
Honor Roll for Eighth Grade Boys:
Alfred Brand, Fred Bissenger, Alex,
Boone, Guy Cardwell, Donald Koonce,,
Sydney Kosch, Jack LeGrand, Roy
Mills, Martin Pearsall, Leonard Pyler,
Lawrence Schuster, Carl Schuster,
Duval Williams,, John McEachern,
George Conikin. .
We have the best at Reasonable Prices.
The World Famous , i '
Wenbery, Alfred Bremer, Cecil Bes-'
selieu. j Thelma Ryan, Margaret Sellers, Eve-
Sixth Grade A and B: May Hinger-'lyn Tilly, Stanhope Dunn, William
ty, Pauline Jones, Thelma Benson, ; Mebane.
Thelma Herring. Marie Bland, Ed- Fourth Grade A: Jean Divine, Nel
ward Sellers, John Ormsby, Lessense ' lie, Rogers, George Cameron, Robert
Gregg, Bennie Watts, James Bland, Draughon.
Marion Jordan. ; Fourth Grade: Annie Arnold, May
Sixth Grade: Henreitta SDarrow. ! Costin, Elizabeth Fearnington, Lion- t-.v tmno
" Retha Callihan, Lottie Sagle, Isabel ne Gregg, Ida Moore, Clara Mason, ! j" Qeorge Nichols Frank Mclnnis,
Yopp, Nellie James, Elmer Cowell, ! Elizabeth Montgomery Gladys RT4 R0(jolph Harrington Mary Brown'
D6Z!" gidbury. linson, Mary Reaves, Agnes Strain, ' Beatrice Turbeville, Miriam Johnston,'
Fifth Grade A. Winnie Byerly. Er- Lillian Salmon, Ruby Simmons, Lil- RuDy Matthews
nest Beale, Hugh Little, William lian, Stokeley, Bennett Core, Shaw' perfect in spelling- Jesse Brink
i6?6' Auustus harden. sMcClellan, Austin Powell, Charles eyFrank Mclnnis , Mary Brown, Beat-
. .. Fifth Grade B: Katherine Griffith, ' Farmer, Graham Frott, Jasper Par- ri,g Tuberville
'Irene Canady, James Curtis, George ker. Coley Boyd, Dazell Croom, Ken-" . ' T .,
Dew, Augustus Strayhorn. jneth Corbett. Seventh Grrde, Miss Kelly: David
Fourth Grade A: Annabelle Allen.! Third Grade A: Annie Ray Zellers, i Peterson, Eunice Johnston. Elma
May Anson, Marian Bruff, Margaret Myrtle Benson, Dorothy Darden, Jen-1 Teachey. Cary Mote, Hazel Hawkins. .
Fourth Grade A, Martf H. Whitted:
, , - "Oscar Brown. Abe Hobbwskv. David eorge
Henry Ruark, Plnckney 0rmsbv Monroe Prideen. Ema Lee ! Perfect in Spelling: ; (their own re-
Barber, Margaret Brown, Bessie Bur.icord) Fred Bissinger, Guy-Cardwell,
nett, Myrtle Dukes, Susanne Hewett. j Dudley Humphrey, Laurence Schuster,
Lois Mayor, Mattie Mincy, Janie Carl Schuster.
iPershake, Marguerite Potter, Vera' eriect in spelling: Amber isass,
'Reeves, Pearl Rivenbark; Mvrtle Mc-!Mary Austin Ben, Lillian Blake, isa-
Perfect in. Spelling: Oscar Brown,
Third Grade A, Mrs. Taylor's class:
John Henry. Farrow, Elbert Poovey,
Isaac Skipper Louis Harrison, Aaron
Hobowsky, Beatrice Morton, Bessi
Yopp, Viola Medlin, Ida Bell Skipper,
Berchie Hill, Thelma Mansfield, Mary
Before you invest in Shoes elsewhere see our full line.
A kind to fit every foot and a price to fit every pocket
Every pair absolutely guaranteed.
Land. M.L. Hurwitz
Wilmington, N. C.
603 No. 4th Street.
son Sell, Louise Peterson, Itice
Thompson, Louise Sullivan.
Perfect in Spelling: May Bell Cas
teen, Katherine Kuhl, Ruth Griffin, jQnpa
Lottie Sellars. Louise Sullivan, Leo , perfect in Spelling:
Harrington, jesse reiersoa, luyuuv
Sixth Grade, Mrs. Williams: George
John C. Bar
ker, Aaron Hobowsky, Berchie Hill.
Fifth Grade, M. H. Wood: Edward
Brown, Herman Hanchey, William
Rhodes, Lton Sellers, Doris Camache,
Thelma Coker, Lottie Cooper, Jane
Ellen Curtis, Elanor Edwards, Mary
Allen Burris, Fifth Grade, William
Hooper school, received the first
prize for bird boxes at the Corn Show
and the cheque for $1.00 has been
We are so pleased for him and he
Is grateful to the judges.
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-T.i7ttn viiic ru;r-i; T..t. t,, t 4. tu it.-h t;- v.i, : ferrect in opening.
Kure. Erma Mott. Beverly Northron. McClintock. William Ingram, Sol' ron' Eunice Johnston. Lillie May Goff
Elizabeth Parsley, Dorothy Price, Bear Sternberger, Mannig Dauer. ' Delcres Sellers, Sadie Casteen
e C. W. Polvogt Comp'y
Any Member of Your
Family or Firm in the
Service of Our Country?
Then You Need
We Have Them in Stock
The service flag is used to denote the number
of people from a family or firm who have en
listed in the service of our country.
One blue star in the white field denotes one
person, two stars two persons, etc., etc.
Prices are $1.00 and upward according to
size and number of stars.
Lap Robes and Slumber Robes
New assortment just received for Autos. Wool blankets in white, gray or red."
Comforts in cotton and down filled. '
s xma suit Ajases
The largest assortment in the city tc select from special prices in Ward Robe
We carry in stock a complete line of WI i.Papersui table for any room or hall.
Competent workmen toJiangpaper. r' : -Si "; ' ' .- 1
i HEM EN WAY NEWS.
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Monday morning Mr. J. J. Blair, and
Mr. Odis B. Hinnant came over to the
Hemenway and read the honor roll,
which we are glad to say, is very
large and makes a creditable show
ling for the ' school. Mr. Hinnan
followed the reading of the honor roll
and delivered a most helpful address.
The eighth grade .girls have organiz
ed a choir and are leading the singing
for the school. The singing is very
We are glorious over our Thursday
and Friday holidays.
Miss Loaser's room lea me honor
roll for last month with 99.2 of aver
age. Hemenway Honor Roll Statistics.
November: 87 girls, 69 hoys, total
Percentage of girls on honor roll,
35.4 percent; percentage of boys on
honor roll, 27 percent.
October: 77 girls, 69 boys, total 146.
percentage of girls on honor roll,
35 percent; percentage of bays on
honor roll, 29 percent.
Third Grade A, Miss Hill: Eloise
King, Henry Fritzelle Williams, Eu
genia Moore, Tabitha Hutaff, Anita
Shephard, Mildred Robbins, Elizabeth
Hutaff, Josephine Rehder, Nellie Cos
tin, Mytrle Pope Stephens, Charles
McNair, Lawrence Allard, Burt Blake,
Perfect in Spelling: Nellie iCostin,
Elizabeth Hutaff, Mildred Robins,
Elizabeth Benson, Leona Giddeons,
Eugenia Moore, Charles Tate, Lin wood
Third Grade, Augusta Wiggins:
Davis Taylor, Hazel Campbell, Elsie
Ennett, Evelyn Einstein, Frances
Shepard, Lavinia Veal. John Grainger,
Gerhardt Whildenf Robert Rives.
Third Grade, Miss Cole: John
Barnes, Louis Solomon, Edward Black.
Fourth Grade, Miss McLeod: -Elizabeth
Mbhr, Josephine Drehr, Louis
Blanton, Nancy Bowman, Jessie Reh
der, Beatrice Savage, Emeline Snib-
ben, Rosalee Jacobi, Mildred 'Greer,
Bettie Boney, Maud Croom, Margaret
Smith, Margaret Caldwell, James
shelley, Kenneth Haddock, - Philip
Taylor, Wm. Chandler, Frederick
ohepard, Clearwood Vaughn, Dile Al
berts, Lois Cooper, Marsden Bellamy.
Fourth Grade, Miss Rhodes. Pearlie
Mills, George White, Frank King,
Julian Stansell, Elizabeth Griffin,
Alpha Miller, " Blanch Crocker, : Mag
giePadrick. ' Perfect in Spelling: George ask,
George White, Robert Plummer, Man
gum l Turner, Charles Mohr, Blanche
Crocker, Alpha Miller.
: Fifth G. Miss Katherine Von Glohn,
Margaret Dixon, Eddie Sandlin, Min
nie Silverman N . Elizabeth - . Sneeden,
Francis Foy, Francis Law. ;
Perfect in: Spellings Eddie Sandlin,
bel Broderick. Virfinia Craig. Ada
Humphrey, May Mohr, Alice Phelps,
Mary Lee Rives, May Lillie Savage,
Annie Spooner, Margaret Weathers,
Mildred Boylan, Hanes Benton, George
Britt, Wilbur Davis, Clayton Moore,
Fourth Grade A
Fourth Grade A Spelling Honor Roll,
Miss McLeod: Gessie Rehder, Emilia
Schnibben, Louise Blanton, Mildred
Greer, Eleanor Koch, Rosalie Jacobi,
Josephine Dreher, Eligabeth Stewart,
Margaret Caldwell, Flora Roberts,
Margaret Smith, Hannah Sloan, Wil
liam Johnstone, Led May, Mack Vilk
inson, James Shelley, Morsden Bel
lamy, William Chandler, Philip Taylor,
Clearwood Vaughn, James Smith.
Seventh Grade, Miss Lossen: Sal
Sixth Grade A, Miss Sidbury: An
drew Tucker, Elizabetg Horh, Annie
McNair, Audrey Wilford, Berfoude
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DO YOUR SHOPPING' AND SHIP
PING EARLY. "
More of "Our Boys" will be away
from Home and Family this year at
Christmas time than ever before in
our history. (
On account of the enormous volume
of War Materials and supplies, in ad
dition to the usual large movement .of
Holiday shipments, it will require from
now on every available baggage, mail
and express car that can be put into
service. ' i
To help the situation and to insure
Christmas' packages - reaching' their,
destination on time and thus avoid dis
appointment the Public is earnestly
requested to ship their Christmas
packages (whether by mail or express)
at least ten (10) days or two weeks
before Christmas., , . w
This action will not only be ap-,
predated by the Government, hutby
the Railroads, whose already heavy
burdens they are trying to carry with
promptness and dispatch. .
NORFOLK SOUTHERN HAILROAD,
IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 19, 1917.
WINTER PARK, WRIGHTSVILLE, WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH
1 6:50 A. M
!1 :00 u
6:50 A. M
!1:00 P. M.
18:00 A. M.
11 :30 "
!l:00 P. M.
.8:00 P. M.
4:30 P. M.
!9:15 A. M.
6:15 A. MJ
! 10:180 -
12:25 P. M.
6:2C A. M.
!9 :,'id "
110 :31 "
12:30 P. 31.
SPECIAL FOR SUNDAYS
Leave Front and Princess streets every half hour ftom 2 to 5 P. H
Leave Beach every half hour from 2:45 P. M. ,
t II II I III II I III I ! I,,, ,
Daily except Sunday.
JSunday only. ,. ;,;!
xBeach transfer car connects with, this train at Wrightsville.
oSuperceded by half-hour schedule Sunday afternoons.
FHEIGHT SCHEDULE (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Leave Beach every half hour front 2:15 P. M. to 5:45 P. M.
Freight Depot open from 2:00-to 3:00 P. M.
, SPECIAL NOTICE This table shows the time at which trains may he ex
pected to arrive at and depart from the several stations, but the arrivals and de
partures are not guaranteed.
EXTRA GOOD VALUES
Shoes for Walking in
medium or high cut models.
Dull, bright or the new brown
leathers military, low or
high heels at
$4.00, $4.50, $5.00
$5.50, $6.00, $6.50
For house wear there is an army of comfort shoes in
black kid, elastic or polish Juliettes, plain toe, cap toe or
seam toe at .
.75, ' $2.00. $2.50, $3.00
Nurses Pan-a-cea Lace and Button
. T"M - onn. t
T Sneeden. HatUe Westbroofcl Fp WT I ,one OUV-j,
Fuehs & Co.
; ' J28-130 So. Front Street
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