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Telephone 3-1 Hj Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Wednesday Morning, October 21, 1942 Page Six Altrusa Leader Naval Aviator, Family Visit Here Mormon Nuptials Read For Pair Miss Nell Gemmeno of Harlan. Ky.. and George H. Biggs of the United States Navy, who was home on furlough, were married Sunday in the Latter Day Saints chapel at Third avenue and Latham street by Pres. J. L. Price. The bride was attended by Mrs. Harry Rogers, sister of the bridegroom, and an uncle, C. L. Coplan, served as best man. A family reunion followed the A 1 If :SW An aviator in the I nited States Naval Reserve. Lt. Edward D. Williams, his wife, and his three-year-old son. Edward Clinton, are in Phoenix visiting the flier's parents, Mr. and Mr. R. E. Williams, 1132 Plast Garfield street. Lieutenant Williams is a graduate of Phoenix I'nion Hish School and Phoenix Junior College. The visitors v ill return to their home in San Diego in about two weeks. Simple Sche Rites duled Two former students of the Arizona State Teachers College at Tempe, Miss Catherine Marearei Bruce and Philipp John Frankel. will be rrtarried at 8 o'clock this morning in St. Agnes Catholic Church. The ceremony will be an informal one, read by the Rev. Gerald Ryan of St. Mary's Catholic Church. Miss Bruce will be given in mar-raige by her father, Bryan W. Bruce. She will wear a tailored blue wool suit with navy accessories. Her flowers will be of while gladioli. The maid of honor, Frances Fleming, will wear a pink and black suit with black accessories. Her corsage will be of gardenias. Lewis Bruce will be best man. At th conclusion of the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce will entertain for the newlyweds at the Encanto clubhouse. Breakfast will be served the Rev. Gerald Ryan, the Rev. Robert J. Donohoe. the Rev. Thomas A. Doyle. Mr. end Mrs. " A. Stephen. Aileen Miller. Marion Kline. Marvene Shill, Frances Fleming. Erma Bruce, Ruth Nelssen. Ona Fleming, Robert Wald, Lewis Bruce and James J. Caretto. The couple will have a wedding trip to California later. The prospective bride attended St. Mary's High School and graduated from North Phoenix High School. Last year she attended Arizona State Teachers College nt Tempe. where she was pledged to Zeta Sigma sorority. Mr. Frankel graduated from'Cen-tral Private High School in Chicago and a Los Angeles junior college. He attended the Tempe college last year. Mrs. . Sarah Hogan Frankel of Chicago is his mother. Delphian Chapter Officers Elected Members of the newly organized Gamma chapter of Phoenix Delphian Society met Tuesday at Hotel Westward Ho and elected officers. Officers are Mrs. V. W. Levda, president; Mrs. E. S. Lewis, vice-president; Mrs. John V. Flaherty, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. A. S. Gould, president of the seminar board; and Mesdames E. H. Cooper and John G. Kooghler, assistants. Mrs. Ralph B. Formoe. organizer, instructed members in the business routine of the society. The next meeting of the group will be held October 27 with Mrs. Leyda conducting the program. Mrs. J. J. Taylor To Address Group MESA. Oct. 20 Mrs. J. J. Taylor, central district chairman of junior women's clubs, and a member of the Roosevelt Woman's Club of Phoenix, will speak to members of the Mesa Junior Woman's Club at the first open meeting at 8 o'clock Wednesday night at the club building. Miss Margery Lawson. club president, will introduce Mrs. Taylor and Horace Kent, son of Dr. "and Mrs. M. L. Kent, who will present several piano selections. Hostesses for the evening are Mrs. Harold Wright, Mrs. Morris Smith. Miss Gladys Pomeroy and Miss Hazel Smith. Arizona Republic Society and Club News Department 203 Heard Bldg. Phoenix, Arizona Phone 3-1111 Editor Virginia Burger Assistant Margaret Dudley and'p,,,,,,,!,.' ... rM,l Bate. Photo . EFFIE KEEN Directing the activities of the Altrusa Club for the eoming year i Effie Keen, who i widely known in capital circles. She is a member of the steering committee of th Victory Labor Volunteers eommittee, and prominent in other community affairs. Tonight . Altrusan will be honored at a dinner at the home of Mrs. Archer A. Linde. Prescott Rites Unite Couple Informal rites read Saturday evening in the Prescott Methodist Church united in marriage Opal Ruddell and Haldeen Patterson. The Rev. S. D. Walters officiated. The couple was attended by Mrs. Pftterson's sister and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Champie of Prescott. Mrs. Patterson was dressed in a black two piece wool street dress with black accessories. Her flowers were gardenias in a corsage. Her attendant wore a navy blue dress with talisman roses. Now with the war savings staff in Phoenix, the bride attended Phoenix Union High School and a local business college. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Ruddell. The bridegroom is a son of Ada Patterson". He attended Cooper, Tex., schools and is with the postmaster's staff in Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson will reside in Phoenix. Pastor, Wife Feted At Auxiliary Tea SALOME. Oct. 20 The Ladies of the Auxiliary Guild were hostesses at a tea given recently at the home of Mrs. John Radnor for the Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor of Jerome. The Rev. Mr. Taylor is pastor of the Salome Church, but because of war work and the tire situation he has not been in this vicinity for several months. Mrs. Taylor is a former president of the guild. Attending were Mary McCollum Martin, Marjorie Radnor: Mesdames G. W. Rodgers. John Trinor, Elias O'Rosco, J. E. Matteson. Keith Atchley, J. A. Jones. Charles Kauf-mann. J. A. Jongeward and Radner. "Well, it's the only costume I'd rather wear than a Manny suit: male when women have In Pair United At St. Mary' Miss Margaret Catherine StanV a daughter of Nina D. Stanley 2 John V. Woolf, son of Mr. and y!l Fred Woolf. exchanged marl". vows at 9 o'clock yesterday ing in iiiuiiii I lies at V Mary's. The bride was given in marri, by her brother. Joseph S. Stan' and attended by her husband's k ter. Miss Hilda Woolf. Bob Stanif1 served as his brother-in-law's man. The bride wore a powder street-length frock, navy blue 2 cessories, and a corsage of p-. rosebuds and tuberoses. Miss Woolf wore a beiz? Hi- luggage tan accessories and a c?. sage ui idiiMiiaii row's. A brunch at Donofrio's follmr, IU1 mt-iiiutri a vii nie " "lai partv ar- lamwies. rtiivr a snort wed-trip to Northern Arizona. couple will return here to resirfc' Out-of-town guests included t bride's sister, Mrs. Darrv Lo, of Tucson. " The bride was graduated frr.-North Phoenix High School spring. The bridegroom attend St. Mary's High School. Program Change Is Announced A change in today's program the pnoenix nrancn or the Ament-a. assui iauon oi niiversiiv Wor- has been announced by Mrs. L, E. Woolsey. ' """ Miss Marion L. Moore. stat consumer relations officer of the OffijJ of Price Administration, will soej. instead of Morelos Gonzales. Met! can 'consul, as was formerlv a. nouficed. Miss Moore will ernpha-, dangers of inflation by means p' taxes ana oona saies. .ne will aV talk on ceiling prices and ratiomv methods. ! Tea will be serv ed at 3:13 p. at the First Presbyterian Churv: preceding the lecture. Mrs. Ray;-. Kinnie, tea chairman, will be assisted by Misses Myra Hotehk: -Nellie Wilkinson, Mildred Wiley1 . - i ... rT 1 ' Mesaames vj. v. i iioen.y, ij;.?, Price. Carlos Stannard, E" F. R;t. jpey, J. A. Stanley and Arthur Flag: jviesaames ueorge ovrnes, j. t Clardy and J. R. Billingsley -i receive members and guests. Annual Convention Planned For Distric GLOBE, Oct. 20 AP-Th' 22nd annual convention of th. Southeastern District of the Ar zona Federation of Women's Clur; will be held here Thursday and i Safford Friday so members in ear half of the district can attend i least one session. The convention was split betwer the two cities to offsel transport tion difficulties, said Mrs. Spenc?:! dent. Mrs. C. S. Fox, president of tH state federation, will attend bo' meetines. "Building for the Future" will W the theme of the convention FEEL FIT AS A FIDDLE A... TAKE PHILLIPS' MILMAGNESIA Say goodbye to those "mornifit blues." Get out of bed feeling clearheaded wide-awake -full of amotion. That's what can happen vbe you stop letting your stomach i sour during the night because of overindulgence ... when you give thrt excessive acidity the one-two acti of Phillips Milk of Magnesia. For Phillips Milk of Magnes does more than merely neutralue ti excess acids it finishes the job-After settling the stomach, it goes and acts as a very gentle laxative- promotes a mild yet thorough eliw-nation. It's an ideal laiative-antaci So the next time you overeat0" stay up late at a gay party try Philips Milk of Magnesia at bedus and wake up feeling'j'f as a fiddle-Read the directions on the Mi Mignesia package and take on!y directed thereon, or as prescribed c your physician. ONE-TWO ACTIONI 1 AM EFFECTIVE ALKALIZES?. r.ie relief when your moinarh feela "immT " Saaar f aa ( m wnueh arid. Rated w J mamt effeeti aentralixera of rirr Mumv acids knows. Acta almost immediatelr 2 A MILD LAXATIVE. Not a purge merely promotes more thorough elimina tion. Does not leave yom feeling "all wrang out." Talis it at any time of aa 1T because It dees not set with cmbarraaainf Tgencr. Maa jr physicians rorommend it foe young "B A eniiaren. I sera is better mild laxative. PHILLIPS' MILK OF MAGNESIA AT sVwJ i I Camp Fires Open Drive Camp Fire Oirls of Maricopa eoxinty opened their book collection campaign Monday setting as a goal 500 books and magazines to start a library at the Luke Field Hospital. Through the -Office of Civilian Defense, the girls learned of a shortage of reading material and the result was a campaign for good books as well as current magazines. The group turning in the largest number of books will be the guests of the Orpheum Theater at a theater party at the close of the campaign, November 7. Any person who has books available to the girls may call the Camp Fire office. Doing their part in the drive also are members of the Blue Birds, a younger organization of Camp Fire Girls, who will make crossword puzzle books to distribute to the soldiers in the hospital. At a meeting of the county guardians association Saturday, Mrs. C. Wavne Mills was elected president. Others named were Helen Collins, vice-president; Mrs. Willard Mouritsen. treasurer; Mrs. F. V". Brown, secretary; and Mrs. A. W. Austin, parliamentarian. The group discussed service projects to aid the community and the war effort. New Camp Fire groups have been started at Kenilworth, Murphy, and Madison schools and a Blue Bird groun at Madison School. Plans Discussed For Observance A parade, street dances and other entertainment will high-light the "Minute Women at War Week" activities planned by the Woman's Activities Committee of the Maricopa County War Savings Staff at a meeting Monday in the Phoenix Woman's Club house. This is a na-t tonal lv celebrated week. November 22 to 28, to promote the sale of stumps and bonds. Women's defense organizations, r!ilitary features, girls organizations and bands will take part in the parade. Introduction of Minute Maids and Minute Women will be a feature. Tentative plans are under v.av also for a victory dance which will climax the week. A war bond will be the price of admission to the dance. Georgia Oliver is general chairman of the events. Mrs. D. W. Losch announced that contacts would be made with outlying communities to start the functioning of women's activities. They will be invited to join in the festivities and help with the observance ir. Phoenix. Church Groups PHOENIX CHRISTIAN Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Elliott will entertain the Loyal Men's and (Women's Class with a covered-dish luncheon at noon today in their home, 1717 East Harvard street. Those attending have been asked to bring table service and sandwiches. Leota Beard and Molly Elliott will sing a duet. Melissa J. Conger will lead the devotionals. (Speakers will include Elizabeth Payne, Cora Bartlett. Louella Goize, Anna Dean, and C. E. Harrison. GRACE LUTHERAN An all-day Red Cross sewing meeting will be held today at the church. Those attending will take their own sandwiches. Mrs. C. H. Shelin will serve the coffee. Anyone in the community interested in assisting in the work may attend. Plea Is Issued For Garment Cutters MESA. Oct. 20 Mrs. J. J. Riddle, production chairman for the local chapter of the American Red Cross, has issued a plea for Mesa women to meet at the Guild Hall at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday morning for an all-day cutting. They are asked to bring shears and lunch. The business meeting will begin at 1 o'clock. There are volunteers for sewing garments which have been cut. but there have been practically no volunteers for cutting out garments, Mrs. Riddle announced. Modern Study Club Will Meet Today The Modern Study Club will meet at 12:30 p. m. todav at the home of Mrs. Grant E. Delph. 906 West Willetta street, for a luncheon and program. Mrs. Charles E. Roberts, president of the Central Arizona District Federation of Women's Clubs, will be special guests. A paper on the lives and works of Jonathan Edwards and Cotton Molhnrc ..ill V... T Jraine Dykes. cr,r, Mrvtiv,,, '8 cicuing Meeting . I'nder auspices of the Wednes- To Meet At Donofno's Alumnae of Alpha Phi sorority will meet on the mezzanine floor of ponofrio's at 7:30 p. m. today for a business and social meeting. All wives of servicemen who are alumnae of Alpha Phi may attend. now offered by new improved BlUE-JAY NtW Bine-Jar ingredient NUPER-CA1NE helps relieve lorface paia. MCV form-fining desisn"trcamlised" for comfort. MEW natural tint blends with skin. Try NE Wiraproved Blue-Jay today. Only 2 it for 6 at all druggists. tAUftHACK COM PIASTERS I prt frit P J I I TpJ 1 hll relieve I H urttce p'p- 1 I f.on looens corn I I ,o tht in a " I I St. it . 1 I easily remove"- j Harry Moore Weds Here! Of intrfyt over the state is th?i announcement of an informal cere- j mony read yesterday morning at j ih home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank; Wagner, close friends of the bride j and bridegroom, w h i c h united ! Harry Martin Moore, secretary of state! and Clara Wimberly Dawson, a- Phoenix businesswoman. The nuptials were attended by relative? and intimate friends. The-iceremony was read by the P.pv. Earl Reynolds, former pastor of the Seventh Day Adventist Church which both the bride and bridegroom have attended for many years, who ame to Phoenix from Ontario. Calif., with his wife for the ceremony. Mrs. Moore wore an aqua colored j crepe afternoon dress, maroon ae-j ressories, and a corsage of gar- j rienias. Mrs. Wagner was matron : of honor and was attired m navy blue crere with American Bf-autv . i nrre nts and w ore a corsage of roses, j Mr. Wagner was best man. j Mr. and Mrs. Moore left imme- "iately aftr the ceremony for a! trip by motor up the Pacific coast j which will take them to their rancfi j in BrooKings. ore. i pon ineir return they will establish a home in Ph-f-mx." The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leonard Wimberly of Tulsa. Okia. -She came to Phoenix 11 vears ago and js secretary to Dr. Paul M. Ryersnn. Mr. Moore has served three years as secretary of .state and is former county and state treasurer. H;s mother. Mrs. Ira A. Moore, resides in Glendale. Rush Party Given At Movie Studio One of a series of rush parties, : western dinner dance, was given at the Valley of the .Sun Studio; Monday evening by members of the j Alpha Alpha chapter of Epsilon ! Sigma Alpha. ' Invitations were drawn placards depicting an old-time western scene. In keeping with the theme, . guests were dressed in western cos- ! tump. Hostesses were Eunice Miller and Dorothy Wood. James Ice called the dances. Attending were Messrs. and Mes- ames Ice. Leo (Ileim, Walter Suit- j er. and A. K. Jack Elbert; Mes- , dames Olive Scoles, Dorothy Wood, j Eunice Miller, and lone "Dave;,;! Misses Arlene Cook. Janice Hild- ! rrth. Certrude. Thayer, Mabel Anams. Asnes Mclnnis, and Mary i Jr.ne Wisnouskv: Messrs. Beau-i mont Smith, Dan Jackson, Dick1 Lee. h. J Iowa v. 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A good cook U prica-leu as diamonds. Roman Meal will help ou to charm your husband ana with your bakina skill! tipociolly food for ems and muffins. 'Pes on package. LiiUiH'Ui(7nn H'l..llt"F1 Si -o-A ML i i ' .'Ft i j j l i i I THE HANNY GIRLS uidiiuvievv muocia Red Cross M e e t i n g Members of the Grandview Woman's Club will meet at 9:30 a. m. -today at the oranoview .Nnooi, Aintn avenue ana innian rcnooi road, to sew' lor the Ken Cross. Following a noon-day luncheon. &. nusiness meeting will be held under jthe direction of Mrs. H. A. Mr- iCreary. 1 he salad and beverage w ill be furnished by a committee composed of Mesdames W. A. Rudd, J. Pat Faurett. F. A. Ford and T. iC. E. James. Members will bring their own sandwiches. Toys Can Be Made To Delight Tots ALICE BROOKS Christmas presents bazaar no- n,in.i c5v ,.,hhi lAi-t are th very thing! And this puss and two j V w ceremony. The bride, daughter of Frank Gemmeno of Harlan, attended Harlan schools and later completed a beauty course in Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Biggs, son of Blanche Biggs, is a graduate of Phoenix Union High School and was employed by the Southern Pacific Railway Company before entering the-service. He spent two years in West Virginia and Kentucky on a Latter Dav Saints mission and it was during that time that he met his wife. The couple left yesterday for San Francisco where they will reside until after the bridegroom is as signed to duty at which time the bride will return to Indianapolis. Home Nuptials j Due In Mesa MESA, Oct. 20 A simple home ceremony, to be performed at 8 o'clock Wednesday night in the home of Druzilla Clement, northwest of Mesa, will unite in marriage her daughter. Miss Marva Clement, and Corp. Floyd Davis of Madison, Wis. Bishop Clarence wnite ot tne Mesa Fourth Ward of the Latter Dav Saints Church will perform the rites before a small group of relatives and friends. The bride will wear a light blue suit with black accessories. Her corsage will be of gardenias. The bride attended Mesa schools and was graduated from the Mesa Union High School and a Phoenix beauty school. She has been employed in a Phoenix beauty school since her graduation. Corporal Davis attended schools in Madison, Wis., and for the past year and a half he has been in the United States Army Air Corps as Link trainer instructor. He will return to his base at Foster Field, Victoria. Tex., following a short honeymoon trip to Prescott. Corporal Davis is a son of Mrs. D. M. Davis and the late Mr. Davis of Madison. His bride will remain in Mesa. Parent-Teacher Associations JACKSON Frank Williams, director of public health, will speak on "Child Health in Wartime" at. a meeting at 2:30 p. m. today in the school. The musical program will be presented by the sixth grade pupils, under the direction of Edith Goff. Plans for the school carnival, to be held October 30, will be discussed. GARFIELD An all-day class in Red Cross bandage making will be taught at the church today under sponsorship of the women's society and the Gar- tieia Parent-1 eacher Association. WILSON "Importance of Membership in the PTA" will be the subject of a talk to be given by Genevieve Kelly at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the school auditorium. Mrs. Glenn Chambers, president, will be in charge. First and second grade students will appear in a play, "Halloween Frolic." FRANKLIN Miss, Marian Moore of the Office of Price Administration will discuss rent and price control at a meeting set for 2:45 o'clock this afternoon in the kindergarten room. John Morris will discuss playground equipment. The program has been arranged by Mrs. Kenneth Harrison. Host esses will be Mesdames V. V. Mas ters and D. I. Mariney assisted by third grade mothers. Book Review Heard At Women's Meeting SALOME. Oct. 20 Mrs. Elias O'Rosco gave a review of "Nine Lives," a book by Alice Grant Ros man, at a recent meeting or the vi-Sa-en Woman s Club held in the clubrooms. Mrs. J. E. Matteson was in charge. Mrs. G. W. Rodgers also spoke, giving a talk on Brazil. She told how the war has affected the people of that country. Association Will Meet At George Steisel Home Mrs. George Steisel will entertain members of the Woman's Benefit Association at a covered-dish luncheon at her home, 140 West Coronado road, at 12:30 p. m. todav. Ml IF YOUR FIllS UP TONIGHT Do this Try 3-purpaa Va-tro-noL It (1) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes irritation, (3) relieves transient nasal congestion ... And brings greater breathing vViX comfort. You'll like vitlTC V -V it Follow directions . in folder. VA TRO fJOl NOW undtr-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1 Does rot rot dresses or men's shirts. Does nor irritare skin. 2m No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Prevents odor. 4. A pure, white, greaseless, stainless vanishing cream. $. Awarded Approval Seal of American Institute of Launder ing for being harmless to fabric 39.j 10 and S9t jmn IE Couple Honored On Anniversary MESA. Oct. 20 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bryan Shields of Mesa were honored Saturday evening, on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary, at a party given by Misses Amelia and 'Margaret Ku-dobe at their home in Tempo. Mr. and Mrs. Shields, long-time Arizona residents, were married 25 years ago at the home of Mr Mrs. D. C. Aepli, Mesa residents, who at that time resided in Yuma. Thev have two sons in the U. S. Army Air Corps and one son in the Thrir nnlv daughter. Mar gery Shields, is a student at Mesa I'nion High School. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. I . ! Burton, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Paul1 Apli, Miss Lizetta Aepli and M. F. Aepli, all of lempe, Mr. and Mrs. Norton Whitelock, Phoenix: Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Aepli, Mrs. D. A. j Shields, Miss Pat Aepli and Miss Margery Shields, all of Mesa. ! .Margery 2meias, an oi Surprise Courtesy Honors Tempeans TEMPE, Oct. 20 A surprise house-warming party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cushing was-held Sundav night when members of the First Christian Church met at their home, 948 Ash avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Cushing. sponsors of the high school and college Christian Endeavor groups of Ihe church, are active in other church work. They recently moved to their new home from Phoenix. Gifts for their home were presented bv .Paul McCaw, chairman ;of thf church hoard, and Phillip Newlin. who represented the Christian Endeavor groups. Refreshments were served. Native Flower Slides To Be Seen At Meet Maurice Bradford, president of the Men's Garden Club of Phoenix, will show colored slides of native flowers of Arizona at a meeting of the Roosevelt Junior Woman's Club planned for 2 o'clock this afternoon in the Neighborhood House. Mrs. Kenneth Hagin is program chairman. Tea hostesses will b? Mesdames Willard Taylor and W. J. Sutter. Members will roll bandages for the Rfd Cross before the program. Guest Tea Planned By Tempo Women TEMPE. Oct. 20 The Tempo Woman's Club members will b hostesses at a guest tea in the club-horse at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lewis S. Neeb, president, will assist in receiving the guests and a program of entertainment will bf presented under the direction of Mrs. W. F. Grieve and Mrs. N. H. Stover. Mostesses will he Mesdames Charles Wexler, R. H. Lavik, J. J. Curry, C. G. Steele, Ira Frankenberg and M. E. Jones. Hai'lTlOn V ClUD beiS BusilieSS SeSSiOli; .The Harmonv Club will hear report on the Central District Federation of Women's Club meeting and plans for selling defense stamps a' a meeting planned for 1:30 'o'clock this afternoon. Hostesses will be Mesdames Ernest Fannin. D. C. Thurston, J. Kane, and Frieda Folliard. Womml Voters Studu . Group Postpones Meeting A meeting of the study group of Phoenix chapter. National -League of Women Voters, will not) be held today as planned, it has! been announced. No new date has been set for the meeting. Legion A iixilia ry Schedules Meeting CHANDLER. Oct. 20 The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a meeting at S o'clock Wednesday evening at the legion hall. Mrs. W. Lloyd Drain, president, will be in charge. Made especially to And Help Build Up Red Blood! If at such times you. like so many girls and women, leel weak and faint, tired, nervous, suffer cramps, beadacce, backache, distress of "irregularities", periods of the blues due to female functional monthly disturbances try Lrdla E. Pink-ham's Compound TABLETS (with added Iron) It's one medicine you can buy today that's made especially Jot women. Plnkham's Tablets are so helpful to relieve such distress because of their soothinit effect on ONE OP WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT ORGANS. Takea regularly they help i I i I m JOIN THE WMC "How do you like the uniforms of the Wom-rn's Army Auxiliary Corps?" 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