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and if with. or of any should them. coins, as a of a letter this is of the letter in welcome a only for coins you know are of no value as collector's items. -POLLY. DEAR POLLY-My husband, a veteran of World War 11, brought home a lot of foreign coins and my daughter had the idea of framing them. We cleaned these coins with a brass cleaner, coated them with clear nail polish and arranged in frames against a backing of brown velvet. They were stuck on with a bit of that milky, all- purpose glue and make quite a conversation piece in our home.—MARIE. DEAR POLLY-If your small "cowboy" thinks he is too big for a bib, try a large red bandana bandana in its place. It will make him feel like a grown-up cowpoke cowpoke and he will not realize he is really wearing a big red bib. —AGNES. Polly'* Problem DEAR POLLY-While in the E a s t on vacation I bought an expensive pair of shoes that are very comfortable comfortable but the left shoe squeaks. Is there something something I could use to eliminate eliminate this problem?—MRS. ..Z. M. B. You will recelvo a dollar if Polly use* your favorite homemaklng idea, Polly'* Problem or solution to a problem. Write Polly In care of thi* newspaper. STURGES By ELIZABETH KRINER "The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much. James 5-16. Lori Feather, daughter of Mr. LIKE ANY TOURIST, actres Audrey Hepburn scurries acros a street in Rome carrying a shopping purchase. The star was seen bustling around the Italian capital like any other vacationer. and Mrs. Stephen Brooks, cele brated her seventh birthdaj Sunday afternoon, July 28 wit! the following guests at 'ler home in Sturges: Mr. and Mrs Leonard Nibarger, Chillicothe Mrs. Florence Beal of Sturges Mrs. Margaret Brooks and Bar bara Brooks "of Kansas City. Mrs. Jimmie Graham is re covering from a cold at her Coflltltutiftlt-Trffcun* CMIIleothe, Me. , Aufuir «, 1968 home, east of Sturgw. Sennie Joe Fries, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fries, who has been ill several days is im proving. Mrs. Opal Steen, Mrs. Mary Neely, Mrs. Belle Benskin and Mrs. Elizabeth Benskin returned Friday from a visit to the Baptist Baptist Home in Ironton and the Children's Home at Pattonsville. Members of the Union church honored Miss Marilyn Price with a pre-wedding shower in the church basement Monday night. Miss Price and Mr. John Meneely expect to ge married in August. She received many beautiful and useful gifts. The basement was decorated by Mrs. Elizabeth Kaufmann and Mrs. Arlene Crowe and Mrs. Doris Breeden. Mrs. Opal Steen and Mrs. Elizabeth Benskin led in the games. Refreshments of cake and punch were served. Mrs. Myrtle Fleshman has sold her property at Sturges to Leo Beal. She expects soon to move to St. Joseph for a residence residence near her children. Mrs. Fleshman has been very active in church services. She was presented a Bible by the Union church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Steen and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Benskin and family attended the 100th anniversary anniversary of the Zion church last Sunday Mrs. Clarence Childers, who has been having an eye infection, infection, is improving. Rev. B. B. Shrum, pastor of the Union church, was a guest between services of Mrs. Nettie Loney. Mrs. Bessie M'cPihee- ters and Mrs. Florence Beal were also guests. BUY YOUR 12 MODELS

Clipped from The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune06 Aug 1968, TuePage 10

The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune (Chillicothe, Missouri)06 Aug 1968, TuePage 10
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