Charlotte and friends

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Charlotte and friends - led the way to a stone wall, where two flat...
led the way to a stone wall, where two flat rocks adjoined to make a love seat. This was the time to tell him! She braced herself. She fortified herselt with the thought that all was fair hi love and w'ar—and wasn't this a little of both? Kent,“ she began, reaching for his hand, “you were right. This—this is the real thing." He held her hand tightly. “I love you more than ever," he said. “It almost seems as if 1 had to go blind this way to discover how w'onderful you are.“ “I've changed,” she whisperer!, holding her breath. “I'm not—I'm not the same girl, Kent!” His head went up. It seemed as if his mouth had suddenly curved in a grim line. <t “Yes, you're the same girl," he said, "but you've come into your own You're not just a shadow of the Glit- terbug any longer.” In her quick, startled gasp, he went on, “I knew it from the minute you met me at the train “ “You—you what?" “April made a career of outdazzling you, outshining you until you'd loot all confidence in youiself. Thank heavens, you've had your eyes opened to her at last,’ tTo Be Continued) dress making and knitting for the British children. The girls met recently at the home of Clara Alice Hooper for an old fashioned sewing bee. At noon a potluck dinner was enjoyed, and at one o clock stwing was resumed and continued throughout the afternoon. Members present were: Julene Freeland, Helen Spyker. Shirley Thompson, Lois Williamson, Jean Dare Larche, Virginia Gilmore. Clara Alice Hooper, Charlotte Hawkins, Jessie Nina Stevenson, Betty Baiber, Norma Lee Hauser, Dixie Griffin, Estanna Williams, and Frances Riley. Mothers assisting the giiLs were: Mrs Pauline Johnson, sorority mother. Mr*. Howard Hooper, Mrs. J. C. Free- j land, and Mrs. C. B. Griffin. RECORD-HOLDER Youngest member in the history n~ the United States supreme court wa. William Johnson, who was 32 year» old w hen appointed in 1804 by Thoma Jefferson. He served until 1834, whet i he died. FOR SALE 6-Room House. Asbestos siding and roof. Attic fan. One block from grammar school, four blocks from Junior College. LEAVING CITY REASON FOR SELLING—PHONE 2291 A 'JL&ur @T Won't Hide Bastrop Mrs, O, J. Olson entertained her guest, Mrs. A Q Davis, Great Ne k, N. Y. with a surprise birthday dinner recently. The home was beautifully decorated with spring flowers. Those present were Mr and Mrs Da in wood. Mrs. D H. McGee, Mrs Charlie Martian, Mrs Bnkley, and Mr.-,. Douglas Bickly, The honoree received manv loveiv gifts. Mrs F P Robin*, m, Mrs Lloyd O Neal, and Mrs. Leo Terzta visited in Fowler with Mr*. Lloyd Gdl T 5 e Plii ¡ota Gamma sorority is assisting the local Red Craw w ,th Safe! If you have gray hair, just wet it with Canute VX ater. A few apphcafiom will completely re-co!or it, limilar to its former natural shade ... in one day, if you w oh After that, aHention only once a month will keep it young looking. Your hair will retain its naturally soft texture and lovely new color even after shampooing, perspiration, cur I mg or waving It remains clean and natural to the touch and looks natural m any light. Skin Teal NOT Needed Canate Water ¡a jmr*. colorie.« ana»ry«a, ie*r It h«i g remaikafe e re -<J i.t . ' *e«r« »ithout m-uryto a *in*ie In fa<t, t lennac retear h at <»ve ot Amenta > jtreat- I •nui« I Uaieer i proted í ai. Vi ater to h* perfecily harmíet». No (Mher Product Can Make AH I heae Claims U »t any wieder »hat w« «eli mort a anote W,îer «tian ail «Iter ha r CQlor.fs* pirparatioeu cowbined' 6 applicano« *** “"7 « appbsati» am till ECONOMY DRUG 324 DeSiard Street smnais s eM*aia*cv INC Phone 321

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  1. The Monroe News-Star,
  2. 09 Mar 1941, Sun,
  3. Page 14

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