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Friday, December, 3, 1948 - >0ciai ana rersonai Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Hionclay, December 6 There will be a joint Christmas banquet oC the Wosleyan Service Guild and Circle Five of the W.S.C.S. at (he Barlow Hotel. Monday night, December ti at 7 o'clock. Hostesses for the evening will bo Mrs. Dexter Bailey, Mrs/Ben Ecl- naaslon, Mrs. J. W. Patterson anil Mrs. Charles Wylic. Monday, December 6 Circle 1 of the W.S.C.S, of the •;di' st M cthoi.;;sl church will meet SVmday at 12:S(i p.m. at the church lor the regular December luncheon. Any member not able to be pro- Kent is asked to phone 275 or 233. Mrs. M. M. McCloughan. All members of the houscparty wore dainty white carnation corsages. Sixty Reds Intend to Practice Firing in Air Corridor Berlin, Dec. 3 —(/T)—The Rus sians announced today they intend to conduct firing practice'in the British airlift corridor to Berlin. HOPE STAR, HOPE, AJIJK^A N S A And What Is d Sniphociug? Pass Three the Bride's Book. Out _. guests were: Mrs. W. J. O'Brien of Shreveport, Mrs. Howard Waddie and Mrs. Inez Grotto of Magnolia and Mrs. Bernard Waddle of stamps. The Y.W.A. of First Baptist } v , llh Mrs - John Hatloy, church will meet Monday night at n '"""' U ""- T " o.'liO at Die church for the repnlnr church for the regular monthly business and supper meeting. All Y.W.A. members arc ed ' ' I you have not done Martin will have i"B. mi X.W.A. members arc asked to be present and to bring your Lottie Moon Christmas offering if so. Miss Betty charge of the Monday, December G The Women's Council of the Fust Christian church will meet Monday, as follows at 3:30 p.m.: Circle 1—home of Mrs. Malcolm Portcrfielcl with Mrs. H. C. Whitworth, leader of the program Circle 2—home of Mrs. Fonzie Moses with . Mrs. B. L. Ecttig. leader of program. All Circles of the W.S.C.S. of t *„• First Methodist church will meet Monday as follows: Circle 2—Luncheon in the home ot. Mrs. George Peck at 1 p.m. Please contact Mrs. P. H. Webb lor particulars. Circle a— A regular meeting in the home of Mrs. duorge Newborn at 3'o'clock, Co-hostesses will be Mrs. C. K. Lewis, Mrs. R D Franklin. Mrs. Graydon Anthony and Miss Dale McClanahan. Circle 4—Luncheon in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Spencer at 1 o'clock. vAidnesday, December 8 Circle 3 of tiie Women's Council ol the First Christian church will meet Wednesday at 7:3(1 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Oliver Adams. There will be an exchange of i>iils at this meeting. The John Cain Chapter of the D.A.R. wiil bo hostesses at a silver tea at the home of the regent. Mrs. Chas. A. Hayi,e-. s . 304 North Pine St. from 3 to 5 o'clock, Wednesday alternoon. December 8. l*.-icnds are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. J. E. Cooper, Guest Speaker at U.D.C. Meeting Thursday The Pat Cleburne Chapter of the U.D.C. met Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the home of Mrs. Charles A. 1-layncs, 304 North Pine Street Mrs. J. Haynes, eo-hos- W. Branch, Mrs. J A Mrs. H. J. F Garrett. I he house was beautifully decorated with Nandina berries, fall chrysanthemums and gladioli. The. meeting was opened with the Salute to the Confederate and U.S.A. Flags, followed by tile Ritual led by Mrs. A. E. Slusser, president. The secretary, Mrs. Pal Casey, called the roll and read the minutes of the last meeting which were approved. A short business session was conducted preceding the program. --..--- — —. • _. .1,. j.' < w I.LO ic u v i_ i bally that the Soviet drills violated safety rules. Mrs. A. G. Rives was in charge of the program and presented Mrs. J. £.'. Cooper who gave a very inspiring Christmas story "Christ and The Fine Arts" by Pearl Maus. Mrs. W. W. Duckett was greeted with the honor of being the Honorary Division President. A quiz "Musical Romance" followed the program and prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. E. Cooper and Mrs. Jerome Smith, winners. Recordings of Christmas carols were played. The hostesses served a delightful dessert plate carrying out the Christmas motii to 33 members and the guest, Mrs. J. E. Cooper. Highly qualified young women in Hcmpstcad and Nevada Counties between the ages of 19 and 28, now may apply for enlistment in the Army specifically to attend the Women's Army Corps Officer Candidate School. Cpl. Martha G. Quick said here today. _Upon sueccss.'ul completion of the six-month course at Camp Lee, ya., Cpl. Quick explained, distinguished graduates will be considered for appointment as second lieutenants in the Regular Army. Other graduates will be appointed second lieutenants in the Organized Reserve Corps. These officers may be placed on competitive tours Services Sunday at Old Liberty Cf lurch There will be (.'.reaching servin by the Hev W. C. Lew's at Old Liberty Church, near Cn Hnaii.-;. Su.'uiay starting at !):.'i(l j large ar.-.MKlunce is urged j Sunday Sebonl De|)artment ! 't -i '(V.ani/.ed. { DOROTHY D!X Attention Without intentions Hope Star Dear Miss Di.x: What do you think of a guy who doesn't want to get married, but who wants t" monopolize a girl's time and warn, 1 : her iiul to bt; seen out with any other fellow".' 'Do you think it. is dvisable for a girl to step out or, t;o witli other boys !o won't see her Star of Hopo 1899; Press 1927, Conjolidoted January 18, 1929 /or one may be mcnt in Upsilon Chapter Holds Dinner Meeting The Upsilon Chapter of the Delta Kappa Society enjoyed a dinner meeting in the private dining room of the- Barlow Hotel, Friday evening, November 26 at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Joe Smith was guest r,t the meeting. Miss Bcrvl Henrv and Mrs. Ruth Teeter were in charge of the program on "Our Heritage and Traditions." year. and. if qualified, considered for appoint- the Regular Army. Officers commissioned will serve at least two years of active duty. "Civilian women who enlist for OCS and fail to complete the course," Cpl. Quick continued, may be separated from the Army upon request. Civilian applicants who have not had basic training or its equivalent at some time previous to application arc given basic training before starting the OCS course. Such candidates hold the grade of sergeant during the basic training period.' To qualify for enlistment for OCS applicants must be citizens of the .esson i him and ] places where- he [ Should she take !o two-time him? By WILLIAM E. GILROY, D.D. Answer: If you Susan, you will his warning not DISGUSTED are not a simple not be foolish V> e dute d>!r year.-; Anno l).>:n ! iii, (enough to waste any more of your This is a sniphoclug. What, you don't know what a sniplioclup isV Simple—a sniphoclug is hippopotamus spelled sideways. And tins picture is a sideways view of a hungry hippo ;it Whipsuado Zoo, England. Turn it around and see. Life and Death Stand max By DEWITT MACKENZIE AP Foreign Affairs Analyst We seem to have reached (Communists renew their demand |fpr a coalition govenimen:—Na- thc : lionalisls and Communists. That the year of the Lord." and B.C. I "Heitr.V Ch.'i.il " with Ihe imphca- j t:on ihat the Christian era began ; with the birth of Jesu;;. Actually i Chi istianity began much farthe'r | back, and t(:; roots and foundations were laid in Judaism. It was in the words of the prophet Isaiah thai Jesus announced the beginning of His ministry, opiril of ihe Lord is upon m I cause lie hath amur.nled me to jpreach ihe gospel to Ihe poor cLukc |-l:i!li." The Messiahship which he j claimed was deeply rooted in the ' faith and expectation of devout Is- I raeliles. who had loin; .-.waited His | coming. But Jesus was a founder as well as a teacher, and lie built anew upon all that had none before. Bruce Barton in his book. "The Man Nobody Knows," compared Jesus to a modern big business executive. This conception was offensive to many readers, who could see in the meek, lowly and ministering Jesus little in common with the conventionally succcss- w<n.shipping big executive. But Barton was right in so far as ihe Published overy weekday afternoon fay STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. Ei Palmer, Prc^icJont Alex. H. Woshbtirn, Decretory-Treasurer at Ihc Mar tmildinn 212-214 S.iuth Walnut "Street, Hi.-pn, Ark. climax of one of the great dramas ,common Communist ppraclice in i <-' 1J1 '-M-'' ll 'i-son emphasi/.ed the unrec- of our time—the life-or-death stand ;<ill countries which they ar by Chiang Kai-Shek before the gates of his capital in the path of the attacking Bolshevist armies. The generalissimo's forces are [heavily outnumbered—something Hike Iwo to one—by the Chinese Communists, material aid who from italive Chinese quarters say that ;thc rebel ranKS are swollen by ^"s.sg'usr-Jsi.'sis JSsas-f^sSdt a'-r 1 The capital city of Nanking, Gift Tea Compliments Miss Mary Adele Waddle Miss Mary Adele Waddle, bride- elect of Chase L. Stephens. was complimented with a gift tea, Thursday afternoon from 3 to 5 at the K. V. Hcrnaon, Sr. home on South Main Street. Hostesses were Mrs. I!. V. Heriiuon, Jr., Mrs. R D. Franklin and Mrs. R V Herndan, Sr.. ^Mrs. Tom McLarty greeted' the fe. icsts. ut the door and introduced them to tiie receiving line which included: the honorce," Mrs Claude Waddle. Mrs. R. D. Franklin, Mrs. K. V. Herndon. Jr. and Mrs. R V Herr.don. Sr. The reception room lively decorated with lovely arrangements of white chrysanthemums, white .stock and while can- dles.White flowers and white tapers lormect an am active- mantel arrangement. The hostesses presented I/Hss Caddie with a beautiful gold chrysanthemum corsage lied with gold ribbon. Tho guests were invited into the dining room by Mrs. Howard Waddle of Magnolia and Mrs. David Waddle of this city. The dining table was covered with a white | Madiera cloth and held a centerpiece of fruit, fall leaves and white candles. The butfet held an arrangement of white flowers with white tapers. Mrs. Charles Briant poured and Mrs. W. J. O'Brien of Shreveport •'-'•Tved the cakes. They were assisted in the dining room by Mrs. Bob Linaker and Miss Evelvn Briant. Other members of the house- parly disjK'n:;iny hospitalities were Mrs. Guy Linaker, Mrs George Waddle, Mrs. L. F. Higgasoii, and Country Club Bridge Luncheon Held Thursday Mrs. Finlcy Ward and Mrs. Earl Clifton were hostesses to the Country Club Bridge Luncheon Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The reception rooms were attractive with the Christmas dee- orations. Three tables were arranged for the players and high school went to Mrs. Moody Willis. The luncheon table was "cleverly decorated with a musical Santa Clans sled with his reindeer and United Stales, have two years' accredited college education, be between the ages of 19 and 28 at the time of reporting to OCS. be single, Ijanane7o Drisoner and pass certain screening tests'-- P pnsonei un OCS board. Those who do not possess Ihe college minimum, but who are otherwise exceptionally qualified, may establish eligibility to apply by passing an appropriate Army educational examination. Complete information and appli-i a . rc cations for the next scheduled Women's Army Corps Officer Candi- are receiving Russia. Author- — in process of trying to Soviclize. The coalition is the entering wedge which eventually gives the K;>d:-; complete^ control. We've seen ihat happen in numerous European, countries. to which Jesus was an organizer. The picture of Jesus as an unconventional teacher, going about in the villages and fields, or upon :5ea of Galilee with His dis- thc on |Rcc!s will nnrtieinate. in a the bank "of the mighty Yangtse, is | ment coaliiion—or a trade ciples. is inadequate to what ObvioufJy any coalition with ' Gos l- H -' s themselves reveal. Communists is niter folly. Commu-j »"'e chose !:• men as key men in ninm not only has nothing in com- i tlu ' purposes He had io fulfill, men witli any other ifm. hr.l is out I Though one of them proved a to destroy everything which I ti'^Hor. their future course and clashes with Bolsli date School class may be obtained at the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force Recruiting Station at 212 Post Office Building, Ark. Texarkana, tho trcaslury. The annual Christmas party for the club will be held on Thursday night, December 1G at 7 p.m. A committee was named to select a place which will be later. Each member time on a man who obviously is just making a convenience; of you and who hasn't the faintest noiion of marrying you. He is one of the Lolharios who belong to the dead- bea; class of men who hang around pretty girls and make near-love to them, but who never pop the question. All men like (o have an attractive girl for a playmate. She is really a social necessity, for she opens many doors to them that would otherwise be: closed. Also, it. gives them prestige among other men. and they enjoy eating their girls' mothers' good cooking. And it flatters them to know lhal they can keep a girl on the anxious sea't waiting for them to throw their hankerchiefs to her. But as for marriage, oh, la la, that's something else yet again. No criminal in the world is cruel- cr than the man whose attentions are without intentions; who wins a young girls' heart, just to flatter his own vanity: who fills it so full of love for him that there is never any room in it for anyone else, and who keeps her waiting and waiting, while her youth and beauty lade, lor the proposal thut never comes. Happens Often And it happens so often. There are thousands upon thousands of lonely old maids who should have been happy wives and mothers, except that they waited in vain for the wedding ring that never materialized. The moral of all of this is that girls should put a time limit on Alex. H. Washhurn, tdiljr & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Gesrge W. Ho5mcr, Mec'h, Supf. Jess M. C,avis, Advertising Manager Entered as .-.rrond cln---, matter ot tht Post Offir.o a! Hopo, Arkansas, under the Ac! of March 3, 1897. (Al'l—Means Associated Pros?. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Entorpriso Association. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable In Advance): Bv city carrier pur week 20c per month S5c. Mail rates—in Hemp itoad, Nevada, Howard, Miller one LaFaycttp counties, 54.50 per year; else where $8.50. Notional Advertising Representative—• i r *tonsas OaHics, inc.; Memphis, Tenn., itorick Ouilcjrnq; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison Avo.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg'.' "lew Orleans, 722 Union St. | the dilatory lover, to meet the slrught from expected Red the north. a delicious luncheon was enjoyed nl -V? , ,-,, •" y " -, — t", ' by 1-1 members I wlli malic Christmas candy, as last I doesn t call for year, and bring the whole family. A surprise shower was given for Mrs. Herbert Hartsficlcl who received many lovely gifts. Mrs. Butler served a delicious fruit cake with whipped cream and cokes. Coming and Going Mrs. Virginia day for a visit Shrevcoort. Blythc left Fri- with friends in Nanking authorities have speaking of the recent fierce fift'ht- ing in this theatre as decisive. One uses that term guardedly for it connotes a finality, but the battle could be decisive. If so, it might mark the beginning of a new epoch in China's long history. It could spell the end of the present Nationalist regime and the inauguration of a Red government in Nanking. Certainly H any stretch of the imagination to foresee control of all northern China by the Communists, w;ith the Nationalists hanging on in the south fay their teeth." Should a division of the country come about, we might well see the on- ernhssirno';; envov extraordinary ito ask for r.id. Well, so far as tlv been present offensive is concerned there would seeni 1o America, or anybody do in time. Tho "battle Bui ihe res:uu of it all was that when lie w:is crucified. Ho left a group well trained and equipped to carry on ills work. IK else, could -.. is virtually joined already. Chiang will have to j Then came ihe acvr-nl of a new stand or tall by what he can must-! disciple. Paul, with something of er from his present resources. j the Master's skill and vision as The gcncralissi-mo has a tou"h ""th teacher and founder. The " i Book of 1he Acts lies reveal quit? Mrs. Howard Waddic and her was attrac- | mother, Mrs. Inez Grotto of Magnolia and Mrs. Bernard Waddic of Stamps were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Waddle. Hospital Notes Josephine Admitted: Hope. Discharged: Aaron, Hope. Mrs. Marvin Robers, Mrs. Thomas H. Relieve distress of baby's cold while ho sleeps. Bub on Vicks VapoRub at bedtime. Soothes, relieves during night. Try it! Julio Chester Admitted: Mclva Sue Folsom, McCaskill. Discharged: John P. Cox, Hope. lantha Don Hampton. Blcvins. By William Irish Copyright by William Irish—Distributed by NEA Service, Inc. posi:. He won to him competent associate; THE STORY: Durand and his too visible. Bonny go to Mobile, where they live high. wide and handsome. Until —strolling the promenade alone one day while Bonny is having a gown fitted at the modiste's. | Durand comes face to face with Downs, the detective he had hired to track Bonny down. Clubs Green Laseter The Green Laseter Home Demonstration Club met Fridav November 20. ut the home of 'Mrs. William Bulter. There were twelve members present and six guesls, Mrs. Howard Recce, Mrs. John liartsfield, Mrs. Roxie Hartsfield, Mrs. Arthur Lee Hargis, Mrs. Leslie Gentry and Mrs, Ed HarlsfiolU. Two new members were: Mrs. llo- iner C'obb and Mrs. Ellen Martin. Mew officers were elected for 19-19. these were: Mrs. Odell Luck, president; Mrs. ,f. D. Bullock, vice- president; Mrs. Til man Bearden, Secretary, and Mrs. Carter Sullon, Rcpoiter. Making sweet yeast dough, Swedish tea ring, and hune.v- twist was tho demonstration gives by Mrs. Blackwood. Mrs. Clifton Booth auctioned off the bedroom furnishings the club made for the fair, adding $5.'20 to p & \ibs Henry's Shop has the most attractice Candies tor all occasions Santa Claus igloos Regulars Eskimos Snowmen f-or decorations you will enjoy as well as ihe children. Better come in early before they are all picked over. YES iss Henry has Bay Berry Candles too! ese make good Christmas gifts. XXXI "Durand," Downs said curious matter-ot'-iactness. Durand tried to match it; nodded temperately, said, "You. eh'. 1 " Try not to show any fear of him, he kept cautioning himself, try not to show any fear. Forget that she is in such terrible proximity at tliis very moment, or you will bc- I tray that to him by tiie very act of trying not to. Don't look over tiiat way, where the shop is. Keep your cye.s off it. Above all. move him around, circle him around the other way so Ihat his back is, to it. Jf she should happen suddenly to emerge— "Are you alone here'.'" Downs asked. The question was idly turned, but following it. for a long moment, ms eyes, seemed to bore into Durand's, until the latter could scarcely endure it. "Certainly," he said somewhat testily. Downs lazily reared one palm in protest. "No offense," he drawled. "You seem to resent my asking." "Can you give me any reason why 1 should take offense at such a question'.'" "If you cannot, then I cannot," Downs said. Durand gave the railing a slick smack of quittance, moved in away from it, drifted in an idle saunter past Downs and to the rear of him. closed up ID the railing again, and came to rest against it on a negligent elbow. Downs automatically pivoted to face him where be now was, "And what brings yuii here, in turn?" Durand said, when the adjustment had been completed. Downs smiled w i Ih special meaning. Special meaning he. Durand, was intended to .share, whether lie would or not. "What brings me anywhere'.'" he countered. "Nut a holiday. iv;.t assured. A bodv drilled ashore OPI ol the eddies at Cape Girardeaii on Ihe lu'th day of this month. Mr. Uu- rand. A body ihat had been ii'mr- ered. thrown into the water dead. Then.- was no water in the lung:-. 1 took Bertha iins-rll duv.u l-j iouk at it. And badly decomposed as it was', sin- identified it. A.s thai ol Julia Biissell. her sister. Are you iiiU-ivsU'd. Air. Durand?" Durand was breathing with difficulty; his chest ru.se and fell with visible labor at each intake and lengthwise streamer some woman, about to leave, lingered there half-in half-out in protracted fa r ewell, probably talking to someone behind her. Durand's heart thru.st hard against the cavern of his chest for a moment, like a pointed rock. Then the figure came out; tall, in blue; someone else. His attention swerved back to Downs, to overtake what ho had been about to miss. "1 had heard I reports," the latter was saying, "of a flashy blond who has bVen creating a stir down here with sonic man. They even got back to New Orleans. A flashy blond, almost silver in her lightness," DO-VMS elaborated. "Have you happene to note any such pair? You have been down here longer t'nan I 1 take it." Durand looked down at liv.- planks underfoot. "I have bet n cured of blondes,' 'he murmured grudgingly, He took out his watch. "I must go." "Where are you staying?" Durand thumbed back across shoulder. inisleadingly. "Down that way." "I'll walk back with you to your stopping place, wherever it 'is," Downs offered. "I'm a little pressed for time," Durand managed to got out. Downs smiied calimngly. "I never force myself on a man." Th he added pointedly, That socialibility." "Which way are you Durand asked suddenly, that he was about to film back the other way, towa past the modiste's. She emerge just as he neared row lo hoe. He is being heavily criticized for not reorqani/.iiv..' his government a>ul inauguralm:-' economic rc-forim as n" prelude (o dealing with the Reds. Hut n.-jborly yet appears to have shown him'how ! oln - v - 1 " it ' a 'so. wherever ho estab- .he can achievo a wholesale yjoliti-' ! .' t '- ec ' l!l< - f^'oup of converts, ef- C'o-econnrnic reorganixatinn 7 while !''" cUM ' P'."';;onal friendships and tho war is going full blast, or howl he can win the war without first j having the poJiiico-ocr.'iiom.'ci IKKKT denning. He probably would be , erulpi'ul if some I would figure out | Still. Chiar" is ton;;!-, ;]n .j j lr > ;dogged. A source close to him savs lie is determined to continue the war against th e Reds, and if he is •beaten in Nanking he will retreat, even pulling back as i'ar as Canton in (no far soulh lo make a stand . That's fighting talk, but the fact is Ihe crystal doesn't show tho fate of China at this juncture should be made or shut up. to and that either put Dear Dorothy Dix: Is there anything worse in the world than 'a leech, or a nagger, or a perpetual talker? My wife and I have been married nine years and have been very happy until about five months ago when her sister came to live with UK. She has a perpetual motion tongue and her one theme is her job. She has no other interest in lite. When 1 cornc home tired and have to listen to her tell all about her work and about the lunch she ate—how many peas, carrots and what sized rolls she had i i T, • i. aucl what butter she devoured -—it clearly i aul s nia kes me crazy. 1 have tried mon- " bis gospel pnr- Member of the Associated Press: Th« •^ssoL-ia'ctl press is entitled exclusively fa ho use for ropuhlicotion of alt the (oca) news printed in this nowspapsr, cs well OS ill AP nrws dispntchos, oft some night, but I hate to hurt my wife. DESPERATE Answer: Science has perfected ninny marvelous inventions, but no one yet has discovered any way of gagging the perpetual talker. Probably there is no other pest in the world that is so afflicting as the man or woman who is ena- moured with the sound of his or her own voice and who. like the brook, babbles on and on forever. And the terrible thing about the tonguc-waggers is that they are so often our next of kin. of that the one so that indirectly !he power of his presence and influence- was always manifest. Thus the Christian Church began and grew wilh life and truth furthered by organisation, hus the church must .still ologuing along about my job just but to bore her as she docs in vain. I am afraid 1 will have to tell her Sunday Regular singing' services will be held Sunday at the Unity Baptist Church. The public is invited. Dear Dorothy Dix: f am a boy of 18 years old, very much in love with a girl, but for some reason tho bottom has dropped out of my dreams. My girl has suddenly asked me if she could go out with oilier boys for n few weeks. Ot course, I didn't, like the idea, but what could I say but. yes? It has been about a month now and she still doesn't want to go steady with me; but she says that she is very much in love with me and some days hopes to marry me. What- should I do? INA RUTT Answer: I think the girl'is. showing her good..sense and also giving you a break by calling off your youthful romance until'-you are old enough to know what it's all about. At .18 you lire too young a,hd.imma- ture lo know what real love is, or what you would want in a life male. Your tastes and ideas change from: day to-.day; and you should- keep yourself free to make your decision .until you have seen more of people and know more about life. (Released by The Inc.') Bell Syndicate, This name as.sures K quality. World's •j largest seller at lOc. ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN Kaay to give rlRht dosage. So easy for child to take. flavored. 35c. eicer s I) ff* f (pt T? I) Vbl CSt (ta» t! There are or, the nun-! pics who wi io doubloulv on H'WIl, lluWOVe aetnailv at i ca.-i There an- in sterility ' ' i-n. .Strnctnra) cases, disturbai of internal sei. ab.-ii.-iit or : eg';:-'., arc- a'i:<;> hi many cases, gardk'.ss of wh husband or ii tiisee.vered and v.'oraen. lor te:.t whicii i,- '.vhelher the p 'J egg ])a:-:i '-"n, lur; seeni; mi fo d and niigl-.l Precision Mado ana' G-U-A-R-A-N-T-E-E-D makers of Gem Razors He took Downs by the arm all at once. pressing him. As insislcnl now as he bad been reluctant a moment ago. "Come wilh me. anyway. C.'an I offer you a scliounei of beer?" Downs glanced overhead. "Th-sun is warm." he accepted. "Your own face, ior instance, is quite moist." They walked along side by side. Al every pace Uurand tokl hiin- sc-li: I've (ii'av.n him a step farther away from her. 'Here's a place: let's try ho said presently. "1 wus just gain:; t myself." Downs observed. They wen I in an solve:.; at i; small v. ieki. r la "Two I' the Jiiiislae waiter. TI withdraw ; closet?" "Straight back." Durand ruse. "Kxcuse n, moii'ic-jit.'' Downs nodded, eally :t seemed in him. Dm-uiid K'l'l him seated Went out thiouyh t:ie i!.- fuuial biin.-elf in itji'in^ ihe i i ;U-ri; i<-d with co'nlour v — skirt, to tur on iuijjoiUim d.aes. faille in the hfirlooin-jcwcl ci.'Iuii; gold. s jzes 9 10 15. |, Minx Modes Juniors arc our$ aL'i'.v a^im\'d ij llu Minx MvJes Jtin. bodic swaying ut nvyou EvurJ of R<view* Phone 944 Hope, Ark.

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