PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS 'Executive Board, Woman's Council, First Christian church, meeting 2 o'clock with Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe followed by general Council meeting at three o'clock. Woman's Society for Christian Service, meeting 2:30 o'clock al church. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, meeting will) Mrs. Mattle Allen. Woman's Missionary society, Second Baptist church meeting two o'clock with Hfrs. Earl Walker, Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting with Mrs. E. M. Eaton; Circle Two, Mrs. If. H. Brooks; Circle Three, Mrs. J. T. Wcstbrook; circle Four, at church; Circle Five, Mrs. J. J. Ewlng; Circle Six, Mrs. Everett Rencecar. Woman's Division of Christian Service. Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Miss Maurinc Branson entertaining with bridge party for Miss Thelma Worthinston. Business and Professional Wo- num's. club meeting eight o'clock with Mrs. J. G. Barnes. TUESDAY'S EVENTS . Maple Grove Cemetery association 'meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. SalllB'Hubler. .Mrs. Rlley B. Jones entertaining Tuesday club. ', City Contract club meeting with Mrs. George D. Pollack. Mrs. John F. Reinmlllei- having Tuesday Contract club. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. .Tuesday Afternoon club meeting will) Mrs. Htuman Taylor. Miss Patty Shnne having Double G club. ... WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Chanter D, p. E. o. sisterhood, meeting 2-.30 o'clock with Mrs. w C. Gates. ..Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, meeting with Mrs. A. Nlckol, of Oscc- oln, at eight o'clock. Delta Delta Delta Sorority having party for Miss Thelma Worthington at home of Miss Jo and Miss Virginia Little. Mrs. j,- W. Parker •entertaining To\vn and Country club. . Mrs. James Terry having ADC Bridge 'chtb at Rustic Inn. THURSDAY'S EVE.vTS p. M. T. club entertaining with dance at American Legion Hut, nine , Mis. Russell Fan- entertaining Delta Contract club. /Thursday Afternoon club meet- Ing with Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr. Mrs. G. E. Keck'having Thursday 1 Contract club. Mrs, Tom Brndshcr entertaining Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. M. T. Burr entertaining Double Four Bridge club, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. A. Comvay having Midweek Bridge club. PhlDAY'S EVENTS Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. J. Rodgers. Mrs. Hugh Whilsitt entertaining Friday Bridge club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of Uni ifave Bunco Parly Members of (he Exglc Beauty School club were entertained W-d- nesday night with a bunco party given by Mrs. Hop Neil. The prize tor high score among the 11 members went to Miv Villa chapman, itlss Loreim Wright received Die bunco prize a-.id Miss FLAPPER FANNY By S yiv, a r- corn, iw BV HU stimc, we. r. M. UK. v. 6. Mr, arr.- "Why, it's you, Chudc! I didn't know your grandmother was visiting you!" Barnes, Mrs. Clifford Cuvltt, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. Jess chairman of the music department, announced that several voluntary man. Mrs. Bob Gwynn. Mrs. Guy cash donations have, been received Rogers, Mrs. Raymond Sdimuck. by the department lo be used for Mrs. Howard Frlsby won high buying nn electric phonograph for score among the club members and the Junior high school music closs- ""• """"•" " "'" - "" of Miss Mary Emma Hood This Mrs. Rogers, among the guests. The hostesses served a sub:! ptalc with coffee after the games. c * • To llegin Sillily A mission study clnss to be taught by Mrs. James H. Hill will jegln Monday afternoon for incni- aers of the Woman's society for Christian service of the First Methodist church, who will meat at 2:30 j'clock at tlie church. "Home Land Harvest" by Arthur \\. Llnoiize will be the book on .vhlcVi the mission study will b;' iascrt. Mr. Umouzc is one of the Moneers In the 'establishment of Vacation Bible schools. He lias been made, secretary of promotion-; it: thn-i Presbyterian church and .'as.recently called to the .National Presbyterian Council. The most re- rent of his many books is ".Seeing America for Christ." Mrs, B. A. Lynch, president ol the group, has announced that not only the members arc askcil to attend, but anyone who Ls Interests:! In the study. Club Has Guest When Mrs. J. Louis Cherry en- 'crtaincd members of the Mid- Week Bridge club with a party at her home Thursday nftcmoon, she had also as her guest. Mrs. Harry Xirby. Tallies for Die games and the ;iiejiii emphasized George Washington's birthday. Mrs. C. A. this year. The club oilercd i.. „..„ port and cooperation in (ins project. Tlie program was opened with patriotic sonys after which Uabbi Pollack gave his address. A patriotic conlcst was also conducted by Mrs. Oalcs. who presented Mrs. Pollack with n Westmoreland glass varsity Women meet g 2 V 3 o c vin"k , • , U ' A ' Cmm >^™ received at Hotel Noble h ' 8l) scol '. c ' )rlzc '" lhc brU1 B c james which followed lunch. Mrs. Kii'by wiis also presented n gift. Mrs. Ilradbcrry Has Lunrlicnn for Group Mrs. Otto Brndbcrry entertained members of the Elmwood Cemetery .issoclntion yesterday nfurnoon is lie o e of Bits of News Mostly Personal* Sr^..i - . -,.— . jfc,, ',";j Raymond Bickcrslaff, who at- • CHURCH NEWS CIIUISTIAN SCIIiA'CJv „. 110 S. liruadivay MfND Is (he subject of the Lcs- son-Sermon which will be read In all Churches and Societies of the i Church of Christ, Scientist on Sunday, Feb. 25. i The Golden Text Is: "Great Ib our Lord, and of great power His ; understanding Is Infinite." Psalms Among the citations which coin- lends Sunflower 'junior college "at ^ , lh ° .^son-Sermon is the Moorehcad, Miss,, is spend ,f the ? llowlng , from lhc Bible: • roi week end here with hli pa8re . i * '^ glvelh wisdom; out of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blckcrstafl i , ? , como "' kllowle ' | se .ind Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn and ! " 1 . 1 |'' lrsl1luldln 8'" Pmw ^ ™. daughter. Miss Virginia Nunn left-' Lesson-Sermon nlso includes this morning for FayeUevllJe 'ark ' l,] e • P" 0 ™ 1 ^ Passages from the where they will'spend me week'" " Cc ltxlbo( *. ' fK> - oml with the Nunns' son Marvin ; ( '" c f , allcl Health, with Key lo the jr.. who ntteuds the University of !-"Iptines 1 ', by Mary Baker Eddy: Arkansas there, , j "Divine metaphysics, as .revealed Mrs. B, N. Ware, of Talliilab i '" ' s l >ll ' ltual understanding, shows La., Is the guest of 'Dr. and Mrs' 1 c!e!>rl - v that n " ls Mind, that Mind Hunter o. Sims and family Mr is <; ' 0<l ' omll| I">lcnce, omnipresence, Ware motored her here yesterday ("""'science,—that Is. all power, nil but he has already retunied home.'i P '' c5ellce ' n!1 Sconce." Piige 275. Tlie Wares formerly resided h«e! W. L Crafton, who has been 111 in lhc Blytlieville hospital for nearly two weeks, Is steadily Im-' proving. It is expected Hint he will' •••™ - »•• wiiurai sen probably be removed to his home j Morris, superintendent in a few clays. > i 10:-I5 a.m. Preaching service Louie Isaacs returned Insl night U:'JO p.m. Young People's nuet- froin Memphis where lie had been ! iiiss. with his falher, Joe Isaacs, whoj 7:30 p.m. Preachiii" service Is In the Methodist hospital there. • 7:30 p.m. Wednesday niajii Mr. Isaacs appears to bo respond- : meeting. Ing well to treatment, It was re- ' ported. Mrs. Isnocs, Mr. Louie ' I.UXOKA METHODIST CHURCH Isaacs and Miss Schuncrltsch' will. K. E. I, Ucarden Jr.. pastor spend tomorrow in Memphis wilh him. Mrs. J. H. Bauer Is expected to return tomorrow from Detroit, Mich., where she has spent a week with her son, Bnford Bauer. Mrs. Evelyn Goodwin of Owensboro, Ky., Is spending several weeks here willi Mrs. Henry Layson and Utterly Beautiful* SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, • 1940 LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH I 1 '- Al. Sweet, paslor a.m. Church school. Ivcrson chureh . whooi at |fl „,„ „„ U f, B ? W "' su ' )crllllcmlcilt - ,f '"^ ™™ h " > " l » °' clock • ,° " ~ °' "" llsc as his sul)Jca '° h ''™ C1 »"' c " "> "« . a family. Mrs. Laysonwasremoved to her home Sunday from Walls hospital where she 1ms been since ! The pastor will begin a series of on ''The Apostles a n , cc " "'" nccl(lcnt - placrjlic of Wnshlngton. Hostesses for (lie social hour Mrs. Edwin Robinson, Mrs. W. S. Johnston and Mrs. Wyatt Henley. They served hot tea and wafers and also made, a cash donation to the music department to lie applied Innd. "» the phonograph Ilaiiehlcr Horn. A daughter was bcrn this morning to Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. Tvronc at the Walls hospital. The "baby who weighed six pounds and two ounces has been named Charlotte Anne. Mrs. Tyrone is the former Miss Marguerite Burns. Daiighlcr Horn, Jlcr " elvis Mrs - »"«d- Young o'clock. Pe °' lle>s senicc Godwin ,,„. probably remain here until Mrs. Layson Ls »blc \y be out. Miss Mary Spain Osrey is spending tlie week end In Little Rock wilh friends. Thomas Winters has gone to Memphis lo open an o!Hce 'for McAlistcr Co. Mrs. Winters and family will join him there shortly. Miss Mnblc Brnclilu. who Tins been ill for three weeks, underwent a major operation Thursday at the Dlythcvlllc hospital. Ihongli she Is. seriously condition is regarded as fair to- i day., / i ... ' .Mrs'. Eddie n. David and Mrs.,(;. !•'. ,1'otler 'went'lo'Memphl'i, tocfty!, tcTspeiid the week end with M;. j David who Is undergoing treat- ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh ami Ash streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 3:30 n.m. Radio program. !);45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. Children's chinch. 3:00 p.m. Mien's prayer meeting. <i:.'JO p.m. Christ Ambassador's class, 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic services. Tuesday, 7:30 o'clock. Young People's meeting. Friday, 7:30 p.m., Bible study. mcnt at Campbell's clinic. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blnnkenship are the parents of a daughter t the Walls Demonstration, Club News Notes Vila Joe Powers, the low prize. Refreshments of iced drinks sandwiches and cakes were served after the gnmes. Next Wewnesdsy night, (lie club will have a theater parly. * i » I'a rites' Announced i'or Miss Worlhingloii. Several more parties which will compliment Miss Thelma worth- hiBton, bride-elect of Hermon Carlton. have been announced for -next wees. .'The rites will be solemnized March -1, .On Monday' night. Miss Maurinc liranson. who is to be the brides- a luncheon at her country Twelve members attended the all home. born (his morning nl „„ VVM113 hospital. Tlic baby, who weighed Handicraft l>cmons(ralions seven pounds mid M ounces, ' " '""' ' ' been named Dccnyu Anne. P.E.O. Group Gives Lamp To Hospital A new "No Shadow" surgical lamp, a gift of Chapter N of the r. E. O. sisterhood, hns been installed at Blytheville hospital, It, wns announced today. The lamp, which" Is directed down lo s spot so (hat no shadows are cast, is suspended from FIRST CIIUISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth - Cico. W. i'altcrson, Minister • 9:<t5 n. in.. Bible School. Russell Barhani. superintendent,. 11:00 a. m., worship, communion and preaching. "Jesus of Nazareth —He was Sincere" will be the sermon theme. 1:30 p. m.. worship and preaching. "Christian Service" will be. the . subject of the sermon. i We most cordially invite the , 1 public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to make .you glad you came our way. hns ffcscntcd al Club „ Hanrtlcralt <lcmansinuioiLs were presented during the program petal of the Ynrbro Home Dcmon- sirniinii club meeting Tuesday afternoon hi the home of Mrs c J Lutle. Mrs. Krnest French presided over iiltcndtd leit score day meeting. Mrs. w. A. Stlckmou presiclnd over the business .session. Tlic hostess served a Southern country dinner to her guests. The next- meeting will be March 3 at the home of Mrs, Matlic maid In the wedding, tain with R bridge parly home. enter- at her The Rev. and Mrs. James A. Ov- crholscr will have a dinner party Tuesday night for Miss Worthing- Entertain Club Miss Lon ,Io HurgcU tlie ccilin" ubovc operating Roush received mixes. The hostesses sc after the games. Is Hostess To Club Mrs. W. D. McClurkin was hostess to members of (he Kricfav ton and heY nance""" "" "~ Britip<1 clllb all(l lw<1 e«e.sts, Mrs. Local, members 'of lhc Dclfi P arlclon Smitn Jr - : "«t Mrs. John Delta Delta sororilv ot which Mii!,, ias Scamo " for n l^rty at Worthmgton is" «. memhtr ,re ar- h °» '°"! n yc f tcrdil - v i!fl<; " 1M 'ranging a bridge parly for Wed- Itcfrc f'™' ! nU were served at fin msdsy. night. The «llair Vii beK? 110 ' 11 , 5 ' 0 ", of thc gamcs Ul whl '''> Biveri at lhc homo of MUfts s-i- "' Loills A PP!*aum wa., i, !g ,, JO ann Virginia Little ' ' C T' and Mr6 ' Kcl5cy ' Krontl During the latter pan ot ilic ° week. Mrs. William Lawthc will!«•„„,.,,. ,.,,,. cnlcriain with'a breakfast. ' n"' , nl",'^!. 1 ,""""-'' •The rehears,', dinner for mcm-i *„ V indcblcdncss bers ot Miss WorthlngUm and Mr n,,VJ C mor , l G a 8c.s snd notes on lhc Canton's bridal parly and several \ „''' '' : ,L° f "": w . om! "'' K c"") were intimate friends will be given Sun- P. *.f f ' crt " as ™ VI . n « been p.-iiri ii d?y night at the Hotel Noblr by ! ".,, ailci . < . :ancdl " i nl ""= "^cti.i Mr: .and Mrs. Gcorgn H. Crockett] a „ of Caruthersvillc, who lormcrlyUin .< lived here. ' Have Parly for Club Mrs. .Raymond Smith and Mrs Bd'Cook. had a party for mem- ters of. lhc Double Four Bridge club 'aiid .eight, guests Tliursdav afternoon al the. Snillh h Dme . .' Besides Ihe hieinbers, guests were Mrs. J. O. Barnes, Mrs. ,T. J. table, quite flexible, it can, be adjusted so llmt light will come from one of .several directions. It is being used as an auxiliary to the other lamps already in the room. Chapter N whose funds arc usually dispensed along educational lines, had no protege In college I this year and therefore decided lo -. „_., and Mtss >lse a Portion for a civic cnler- Dorolhy Cross entertained ninn-, l' rlsc ' by buying the lamp for the bcr.s of the o. M. T. club Thtirs- '•• hcspiial. Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon Is day night at liic Unwell )io;,ic. president ol the group. All the members of the club wcr? present. In the rummy games. Miss PBitline Ulm aiKl Pilgrim Tabernacle The hostesses scrvc.-l rrfiTslmirnl* ) '0 "C Meeting' Scene An all day district /.one merlins will be held at the. Pilgrim Tabernacle church Tuesday. O. W. DO.S.S, paslor. announced today. Services will begin m n:30 o'clock and close with an evangelistic mcs.-age that nijht. The Rev. pawl C, Hires, of Jonesbnro. will be the speaker for the evening services. The pastor has extended an invitation to anyone interested to attend. „, i ; * S'<*lcrrl ay artc.noon for American citran- ^'r,s, E. M. Terry Hi., lir.si vice president, conducted Hie IIUSUCM session In (|, c absence of the chairman, Mrs. E. F, Blomcyer. The program on which Rabbi Herman Pollack spoke was led bv Mrs James V. Oalcs. During the business .session, reports from various chairmen were heard. Mrs. Renkcrt Wctcnkamp Read Courier News want Rdx Try One of Our Delicious"" PIG SANDWICH KS Cle Hickory Inn Across From Hid, School the meeting which by 21 mcmocrs. After i. .,„,,, ,„, by Mrs. B. A. Bligg, lhc group repeated the club creed. Mrs. Little Save the devotional. Mcmocrs answered roll call by telling what flowers they ivoiild plant. Hits spring, Mrs. nob Copcbnd. handicraft chanman. on (lie m Mrs. Arch Lindiscy . the making of a quilt. During the social hour. Mrs. A. R.'Chapman, recreational clntr- man, directed games In which Mrs cave a demonstration CSIUUCH OF CilHIST Dcnlon M. iN'c.il, minister Lord's D.-iy services: Oi'lB a. m. Bible study. 11:CO a. m. Preaching. Sermon subject, "Tlie Office of Deacon." 11:45 a. m. Communion. 0:30 p. m. Young People's meetings. 7:31) p. m. Preaching. Sermon subject, "From Egypt to Canaan and From Sin lo Heaven." The eighth of a scries on Old Testament- typos, figures and analogies. Midweek services: 7M5 p. m. Wednesday, liible sliicly ami song practice. 2:30 p. in. Thursday, Ladies' Bi . and i demonstrated I- . blc class. . KLON. daily from PDITII ^ HEAD, Hollywood designer, created this utterly beautiful white gabardine trench coat for * Isit Miranda of tlic movies. Perfect for southern resorts now and casual wear anywhere next summer, it is finished with white . leather . buttons and a brown leather belt. The sports dress underneath is of white silk jersey. The hat is a straw beret with yards of while veiling. Shawnee Principal Accepts New Post ! JOINER, Feb. 23.-C. H. Turner has resigned as principal of the Slrawnec high school to accept a. position at Russellville, Ark. He will leave March 1 to begin Ins work at RussellvUle Tech. Read Ccitrier News waiu ads. CAUI) OK THANKS ' We wish to thank our friends for all the kindness and sympathies shown during 'ii )e illness and death of our dear and loving mother, }.fr.s. Bettie Hemphill. Ullie and Flossie Hemphill Mrs, Myrtle Russ and Family 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except Sunday from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You are cordially invited to each of our services. You will find a liearly welcome with us. FIRST 1JAPTIST CHUKC1I Walnut and Eiglilh I'as (or—Alfred Carpenter Sunday: 0:3D a.m. Bible school. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship, ser- mon—paslor. Topic: "A Farewell Message." C:30 p.m. Training Union 7:30 p.m. Evening services. Sermon—"The Limit." Wednesday: All-Church-Night 7:00 p.m. Departmental meetings 7:30 p.m. Mid week services 8:30 p.m. choir rehearsal. or any mutual outlet at 3'30 c S. T. Lenten meditations over KLCN Wednesday, 3 a.m. Midweek Lenten service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Sermon subject "The Cowardly Compromiser." A cordial welcome lo all. „ ... BAPTIST CHAl'BI, , Lilly Street 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 !v~. Sunday school classes '.ill ni-c:. First, rehearsal of the Puriii) program will be held. 3 p.m. Services. This will conclude the sermon scries on "Racial Relations." Subject: -riie Fiction nnd Mythology of Racial Prejudice," which will be based on a recent round-table radio discussion conducted by a group of professors at cue university ol Chicago. Everyone is welcome to attend. 1'ILGIUM LUTHERAN CHUKCII if. J. Klcimliensl, pastor Divine services 9:45 a.m. Sermon topic: "The Defending Christian." Sunday school 10:45 a.m. Tlie Lutheran Hour now heard over 174 stations at home and ..ui'Oiui. 'rune in each Sundiy to KLCN .it 3:30 and WREC 4 p.m. Well-Known Corset Stylist To Visit Hero' MLS.S Olgn Thomas, expert New York adviser to fashionable women on the problems of correct corsetry. will be at the J. C. Penney Coni- pnnv store Monday and Tuesday. Miss Thomas, who has hud extensive experience, and achiever! sensational results with dtineult. figure problems, .will demonstrate lu you how correctly chosen and properly lifted foundations can Mrs. PILGRIM TABEIINACI.E 110 Clicrry street. O. W. Doss, pastor 3:45 a.m. Sunday school. O. w. Doss, superintendent. 11:00 a.m Worship service. 7:15 p.m. Young People's service. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Missionary service. Veda Trotter in charse. District zone meeting Tucsdav 9:30 o'clock. • •• Everyone : is cordially invited to attend these • servici-s.' : ••. "" "• Assembly Of God Church Adds Services The Rev. a. A. Merrill, pastor of the Assembly of God church, today announced the inauguration of two new services which are conducted each Wednesday night at the county farm. One service is conducted for the benefit of the aged and the other for the inmates of the prison. These meetings are. held with tlic full approval and consent, ol tlie county officials, and were started Pubnmry 14. Religious services will be conducted as usual at the county jail by Mrs. R. E. Wright, of the Assembly of God church. These services have been carried out for the past several years. mould and control the natural figure curves. . . help correct poor posture . . . preserve good pos^ turc and the beautiful flowing lines that are so essential to feminine loveliness. She can help you In your selection of the correctly- proportioned foundation', best suited to your own Individual -figure characteristics—and to 'the sculptured silhouette Paris has sponsored for Spring. Miss Thomas says "ivomen are often amazed when they see bow lovely their figure really is. . . how comfortable they feel whctr correctly fitted." • • . • • -..;..•• ,;.• -.,.'[,.„ . ... You arc invited . . . -mother;,--J find daughters alike. . . .- to visit'! Pcnney's store and let Miss Thomas adviso you on your figure problems ... or If you have no problem, she will help you select tlic garment best suited to your Individual type and to the fashions of tlie moment.—Adv. Read Courier News «mt NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service Biigg was declared winner. The hostess, assisted' by Mr*. Moore, served refreshments. The group will meet in Ulvthc- villc with Mrs. J. D. Smith Tucs- imy, March fl. Codec beans arc toasted, cwiteti with chocolate and served ; \s a' delicacy in Germany. t PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Slock Gunrantccd Dest Prices Kirby Drug Stores SPECIAL? 1/3 More tor the same minify Johnson's Wax and C,ln.('o,ti SHOUSB-HENRY HARDWARE CO. Phone .1.) Dr. J. A. Saliba Announces Hie. removal of his office from the Insn.m Kwiims to 121 K. Kentucky. Hcs. Phone 110; Office Ph. 418 STANDARD TIRES >OTHER SIZES Now In New l.watjnn J. J. HARGETT SERVICE STATION Slain & Division IMIOIIC 51)0 — PRESCRIPTIONS Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription DrussLs Fowler Drug Co, Main i First riioiic 1(( PROPORTIONATELY LOW LOW PRICES! AT TODAY'S S JV- I'er Week v On Our BUDGET PLAN PHiLLIPS MOTOR CO. As Low As Peimey's Special Showing Lady Lyke * FOUNDATION FASHIONS Straight from the Fashion Front to You!. For Two Days Feb. 26th and 27th Miss Olga Thomas, expert New York adviser to iashionabla women on the problems of correct corselry will be here lo advise you • on your figure problems ... to help you salect the proper garment best suited to your individual type. Yours is the NEW SCULPTURED SILHOUETTE with a correctly fitted LADY LYKE foundation You ate ALL INVITED... molhersand daughters alike, to visit Penney's and lei Miss Thomas advise you There is NO CHARGE f or thia expert consultation. Low economy prices! ' ' 'Res. U.S. l>(. Off.
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