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Muncie, Indiana
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Monday, July 18, 1949
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Annette Austin Wed In Auburn Ceremony ANNOUNCEMENT of unusual interest which comes as a surprise to her many friends is that of the marriage of Miss Annette Austin, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loring Austin, 906 West First treet, to Benny Housouer, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Housouer of Nappanee. The ceremony was solemnized at 2:30 o'clock Satuiday afternoon by the Rev. C. C Collins, friend of the Housouer family, at the parsonage in Auburn. The bride wore a stylish shell pink silk nylon dress designed with a tight fitting waist fastened down the front with self-covered buttons A Peter Pan collar and short sleeves enhanced the bodice. Un-pressed pleats fell from the waistline. A lovely dark brown bonnet-hat, trimmed with tan nylon veiling over tiny pink flowers, was worn by the bride with .brown doeskin gloves and brown shoes. Attendinz the couDle were both parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Aus-,end. tin and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Housouer. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Housouer entertained at their home with a dinner for members of the bridal party. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Housouer of South Bend, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, were also guests at the dinner. After spending a week at Lake Webster the couple will reside in j rTappanee. The well-known bride was graduated from Central High School in 1947 whene she was a member of the Violet Club. She attended Ball State two years where she was a member of Gamma Gamma sorority. The bride is an active member of Tri Kappa sorority, and is past honored queen of Bethel No. 25, Order of Job's Daughters. Mr. Housouer was graduated from Nappanee High School. He attended Ashland College one year, and attended Ball State a year. He is employed at the Coppes furniture factory in Nappanee. AAui ADY CIE By NAOMI CAMPBELL Mr. and Mrs. Lon Nossett of West North street had in teresting guests this last week Their daughter, Dor othy, who is a member of the national Y. W. C. A. staff in New York City, arrived home for a month's v a cation. With her came Miss r m These Women By d'Alessio Thumb-Sucking No Cause For Alarm, Doctor Says Ottawa, Ont., July 17 (U.PJ Dr. W. E. Blatz, child specialist, took hefty swipes at psychiatrists over the problem of child thumb-sucking. "No lasting harm follows it," he said, "and it doesn't have the sinister meanings that psychoanalysts would ascribe to it." He said children often were driven to sucking their thumbs because of boredom. "I don't care if I DID pay a fantastic price! to out-talk ME!" Nobody is going Mary Parry of the same staff, and Miss Elmina Lucke, who is on a leave of absence from Columbia University while establishing the first school of social work at Delphi, India, as a member of the foreign Y. W. C. A. staff. Miss Parry and Miss Lucke left for Mt. Carol, 111., where they willj spend the summer as instruc-' tors in Frances Shimer College, a training school for the Y. W. C. A. x Although no invitations were sent, all friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Jensma and Mrs. Mary Jan (Croft) Zollar are invited to th open house being given by the Jensmas from 7:S0 to 9:30 tonight at the Y. W. C. A. 4c Among the Muncie vacationers over the country are Mr. and Mrs. I Joseph W. Greenen of 2307 South "It is also a perpetuation of j Vine street who are at The Home-suckling," he added, "and another stead in Lake Placid. N. Y. . . . reason for it is when children are Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Shirley are afraid, they want that thumb." visiting in Fort Collins, Colo.,1 Blaz is director of the institute which is in the northern part of! i vuiiu niuujr t me university 01 ijoioraao along, tne xamous Colo-Toronto. rado "Trout Route." rooms in which there were diamonds "by the bushel." j The card read, "You are invited to meet the Hope Diamond," the historic 70-carat diamond plucked from an East Indian idol's head four centuries ago, and according to legend, bearer of bad luck ever since, to all its owners. The most recent possessor was Mrs. Evalyn waish McLean. The Hope was shown along with other diamond, ruby and emerald necklaces and brooches. Also much new-style diamond jewelry which has a "flexible and animated" look as distinguished from historic pieces that are more static. New jewelry goes into showers and streaks of brilliants, with bibs, tassels and dazzling diagonals of design. Earrings tip the ears like diamond Roman candles and single stones worn as rings or as brooches are gigantic pear-shaped prisms worth a fortune. This gem-loaded House of Winston, which keeps a stock worth about $15,000,000 at all times, ceptions even to this rule, twenty-neighbor came into the room unan- stands unobstrusively in the shade Dorothy Dix Says MARRIAGE TO OLDER WOMAN, DEAR DOROTHY DIX: A young man in my office has fallen in love with a woman in the same office. They are both well-educated and their interests, both professionally and otherwise are similar. The woman, however, is about twelve years the mans senior. Can there be lasting happiness in such a match? Why is it considered a perfectly normal thing for a man to be twenty or even thirty years older than the girl but a terrible thing for a woman to marry a man younger than herself? E. K. D. ANSWER: I think that; gener-j allv soeakinsr. thoueh there are ex-!other day when an "unmannerly" A Woman's New York By ALICE HUGHES Nearly as many police officers State O. E. S. Head Honored With Dinner "PRECEDING inspection of Muncie chapter No. 104, Order of Eastern A Star. Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple, a dinner was as reporters and photographers! given in honor of the Mrs. Lucille Geyer, worthy grand matron of stalked through the six floors 0f'Indiana Grani Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. The center of the room was Jam out in, ine lasnion oi a garaen wun icu uoeis, uim bath and wrought-iron furniture. A large hand-painted orchid and an inscription "Orchids To You" centered the backdrop for the speakers table. Individual favors were hand-made crepe paper or chids placed on fern, and the pro-) the House of Winston where for one brief day' $25,000,000 worth ot, diamonds were displayed. In the absence of Mr. Winston, Count AI- bani showed us about. Not even his presence relaxed the X-ray vigilance of armed guards, uniformed police, and cordons of plain grams were in shape of a leaf to Perry Westenbarger, member of complete the orchid corsage. Fa- the house committee, vors for the honored women guests' A 50-year pin was to have been were hand-painted dolls dressed awarded to Mrs. Clara Birch, but in tuxedos with handkerchiefs in; due to illness this was postponed clothesmen who covered the pressithe pockets. During the dinneri"nUl the next morning wnen Mrs. with pistol at the hip. In this;h"r Mrs. Gene Petty played the". - rather frishtenine interior a blaze i accordion of gems, described as "crossed lines The meeting was called to order of fire" flashed from the walls of i in the chapter room which was the pin to her at her home. five or thirty years is too much dif-'nounced. She said that she was ference between a husband andafrajd that the other mothers in the wife, no matter which is the elder. . .. . . , Because that puts them in differ-ifjlborh,ood would not want their ent generations and each genera-?hlld to pIa3f th a'gir wh tion has its own point of view, its b pu?!f5e habits and traditions, which makeitold her th chld fhd ?Tn nothlng a gulf between the two that is al- Y."y nal!ghty'. but 1at 1 heleve of St. Patrick's Cathedral,, a happy location probably worth several thousands of dollars in insurance savings, for the church, heavily po liced at all times, offers discour agement to jewel thieves. For this occasion of socializing with the Hope Diamond, with an armed dick most impossible to span. i's motto. "Spare the rod!between it and us Nata Lee cater. il the child." What do yoUpr served refreshments as ri lux Solomon anrt cnnil tho philrt " What nn vnu i 1 i j , inrf tKat 1. i1 , r-U, ftf . r. .". " . - " aeivcu i exi esnmenis as ae luxe ;tninK or corporal punisnmentr as the iistenine stones. Inch- this present age in which during the last, even twenty, years the whole relationship of the sexes, ANXIOUS AND WORRIED MOTHER ANSWER: I have too often seen Former Montpelier Girl Wed Here to Oklahoman AT 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon Miss Marjorie Sue Nelson, only xv daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Nelson of Montpelier, became the bride of William L. Mayo, of Okmulgee, Okla., son of Mrs. Truman McAllister of Dallas, Tex., at Grace Episcopal Church here. The Rev. C. Russell Moodey performed the formal ceremony. Miss Elizabeth Meloy played 'a program of bridal airs. Wearing a gown of white pique, Miss Nelson was married before an altar decorated in her chosen color scheme of green and white. potted palms, woodwardia ferns, the conventions, mode of dress, a peevish, fretful child who was trend 6f thought and opinion has making life a torment for every-entirely altered, so that many! body about it turned into a sweet things which are perfectly right !and smiiing lit tie. angel by a judi-and natural for the younger gen-, dous use o tne hairbrush not to erauon 10 no wouiq re very shock.-!subscribe to the spanking theory ing to the older generation. ! when it is put in operation at the As for the chances of happiness' s hoio ical moment by the hu-of a couple in which the wife is square cubes of turkey meat speared on this hand-carved ivory toothpicks 'go' nicely with dia monds nearly the size of olives. . ICE BREAKER In my book beautifully decorated with large baskets of hydrangeas tinted blue, white and green, chosen colors of Mrs. Geyer. The backdrop in one end of the room was a white trellis entwined with greenery above which was displayed the word "Smile" in large blue letters, Mrs. Geyer's watchword for the year. The other end of the room was decorated with large baskets of primroses Mrs. Geyer was escorted to th front, preceded by a. group Job's Daughters carrying large letters to form the words "Emulate Kindness" which was selected by the worthy grand matron as the motto for the year. They sang appropriate words to the tune "A, Your're Adorable." Lit tle Gary Barteau and Miss Mar- cella Ann Dawson presented Mrs. Geyer with a gift from the Mun cie chapter. Mrs. Geyer was intro duced by Mrs. Lova Morris, worthy matron of Muncie chapter, who presided during the evening. Special guests who were introduced included Mrs. Cora Holland, Mrs. K. V. Kennedy and Mrs. Alene Vey, past worthy grand matrons of Indiana; Mrs. Bernice Hudson, associate grand matron; Mrs. Floy Green, grand conductress; Mrs. Helen Bell, associate grand conductress; Mrs. Aldine Klingman, grand Adah ; Mrs. Mary E. McBride, grand Ruth; Mrs. Audra Grubb, grand Esther; Mrs. Hester Hoover, grand Martha; Mrs. Mary Richardson, deputy of district 13; Mrs. Helen Pittman, deputy of district 4; Mrs. Kathryn Grinstead of district 12; Miss Martha Michael of district 14; Mrs.1 Edna Brown of district Amelia Kiggin, memoer Mrs. Donna McCann was intro duced as a charter member of the Muncie chapter, having been a member for 59 years. Ten babies of Muncie chapter were dedicated bv Mrs. Geyer assisted by Mrs. Hudson. Mrs. Vey and Mrs. Mor ris. Initiation work was followed bv an address by Mrs. Geyer. Mrs Holland and Mrs. Richardson gave short talks at the close of the meeting. More than 300 members and guests attended. The next regular meeting will be Jat 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night at New Pansy CrocHet of1 the Masonic Temple, Home Economics Club Calendar and white roses, gladioli and del phinium banked the church altar. Clusters of white carnations and rosebuds with ivy streamers marked the church altar. Clusters of white carnations and losebuds with ivy streamers marked the familv oews. Bloomington and Miss Mildred Morgan of Hammond. LaVern Jones of Okmulgee, Okla., uncle of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Tom Steck of Muncie, Dick Sacksteder of Elwood and Ben Harned of Okmulgee. Mrs. Nelson wore a silk shan- twelve years older, or even more, that depends on the age of the man. If he is a mere boy with unformed tastes, it would be pretty certain to be disastrous, and by the time he is matiTre he will have tired of his elderly wife and want a girl of his own age or younger. But if he is a man of, say, 30, with his tastes formed and knowing what he wants in a wife, there is no reason why the marriage should not be successful. He has found her more congenial than a young girl. He likes her sophistication and exper- Before a child is old enough to 91 Mrs. people's most detestable quality is:ofthe Indiana grand chapter inter- affectation, which results in phoni-' national temple fund committee; ness, snobbishness, ritzy accents! Mrs. Carolyn Black, representative , t .j Jof North Carolina in Indiana and' anH nr.l lH d- AOim VOiui. most winning human virtue I can think of is warm-heartedness. Try ing to put my principles into prac reason, it has to be controlled byjtice on my young son, Jeremiah, force, but there should be someiwho will be 5 any minute, I have way of appealing to a girl of 9 by tried to teach him that h knows other means than a beating. You j no strangers. That all thos he should rule your children through meets are friends. But now I learn love and respect. jthis precept must be modified, There is only a short time in since young Jake, taken to lunch which they will be afraid of you.jby his godmother, Mary Tobin, a and if your hold upon them is fear, j few days ago, worked up a run-you can do nothing with them ning -fire conversation with an when it is gone. ,- j unknown man lunching at an ad- joining table. In leaving, the DOROTHY DIX cannot Teply anonymous gent remarked he'd but will an- ience. iney nave tne same iaeais. . n.nhi.m. ni-i interest through her column. The brides gown of white pique jtung suit of heavenly blue with was made with a molded bodice j matching accessories. A purple highlighted with "an off-the-shoul-lorchid was pinned to her shouler-der bertha effect of organdy ap-ijne And he is not likely to change. Indeed, such a marriage is likely to be exceedingly happy, because the wife who is older than her husband is more anxious to please him than a younger one and would Use more tact in manasine him. Also. there are many men to whom the j was rekindled here after a 36-year maternal appeals and who always lapse, and then death ended it. Interrupted Romance Ended by Death Denver, July 17 0J.PJ A romance the rear of most New England like to see my young pal again to which friendly Jake replied with this come-on: "Would you care to have my mother's telephone number?" LEGEND OF LYDIA Hidden in The romance closed in a Denver plique. The sleeves were long and tight and her bouffant hooped skirt need a mother more than they do a wife. Thp irten thaf th( wiff should al ways be the younger is based onLydia Arndt died there. medicine chests in the. early 1900's was a bottle of vile black liquid, labeled with the photo of a saint The reception in the church par lors following the ceremony was ended in a chapel train marked th(,(i for. mor than 200 miosts. with organdy applique. A white itater the c-hidI left bv nlane for pique and organdy half hat secured her two-tiered veil of imported illusion. She carried a bouquet of fleur d'amour, steph-anotis and trailing ivy . centered with a matching corsage. Mrs. Warden T. Blair of Chicago, a sorority sister of the bride, was matron-of-honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. James Roderick of 'TIIICTETi Rental 'i AUUjILU svice j; , CSfc BEST J !;dust mops cloths'; ' i Homes Commercial Accounts 1 1 ; can 000 I; SERV-U-CLEAN a weddin-r trip, and upon their return will be at home in Enid, Oklahoma. The bride was graduated from Stephens College and Northwestern University. She is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and Tri Kappa sorority. For the last two years she has been woman's director of radio station KHBG in Okmulgee, Okla. The bridegroom is assistant manager of the Griffith theaters m Okmulgee. He attended the University of Oklahoma at Norman, Okla., and Oklahoma A. and M. at Stillwater, Okla. He is a member of the American Psysics Society and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. the old theory that women agel Mrs. Arndt and her husband. quicker than men, but that is notij0hn, had grown up together in Minneapolis. Then tne west called, and John answered. The engage- 1 t r 1 nlr! m fr wi av nrknPA Kin -r v n rvUtf hospital when 6o-year-old Mrs. Ida ' ntham Ta xt KJ, ibe published early in August by true in these days when keeping young has become a cult with women. DOROTHY DIX t arrar-btrauss. Jean Burton authored the story of this legendary female who lives in the memory of old male college grads who chanted ment was broken and both mar- "'V i" B.V ried someone else. ' iia am, ,in thef 4camP"s Th f io ti, days. Of special Interest to mod- one of the earliest American career T1T7AD H!CC HIV. T.. VllcKan . . ... I learned that Ida, from whom hei nas oeen a respectaoie, DusinessiiKehadn't heard for 36 years, was a and dignified man all of his life! widow. John's wife had died, too. until now when, at the age of 50,J So the romance resumed, the he has completely changed. He; couple married, and lived happily T. V. M. A. CLUB TO MEET The T. W. M. A. Club will meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harvey Bouhn, 512 South Proud street. "NOW THAT JUNIOR SAID GOODBYE, YOU'LL NEEp"" THAT BETTER SANIT0NE DRY CLEANING" "Like Magic!" you'll say, when you see how our famous Sanitone Dry Cleaning banishes even those stubborn, greasy spots makes even the dirtiest clothes take on new life. Bring in just one garment today . . . compare the results with your former dry cleaning. You'll see the difference in x hurry, and will agree that Sanitone is truly a better kind of dry cleaning. Dial - 5541 - Dial pn . MtVIH FRf fl(fl S DYf WIS 415 East Main Street neglects the good business he has built up. He is taking all kinds of music lessons and is the laughing stock of the neighborhood, singing at the top of his voice. He has a regular beauty parlor of his own and spends hours trying to beautify himself and grow hair on his bald head and takes all kinds of reducing tablets trying to get a boyish figure. He tries to chum with boysf and girls of 16 and brags that he' is in younger condition than anyj boy of 20 or 30. He is always' quarreling with his own children and making presents to young girls. j My nerves are shattered and I am too ashamed to meet my friends. Is there any cure for him. MRS. C. ANSWER: Oh, yes. A certain cure. Time. He is just going through the age of folly that afflicts a great many older men at his time of life and, if you will just be nntiont Yta will CrtOTI CrAt m'Pf it. 1oi,v...v, .. ..... a- i It is just the last nare-up or youth, a last call to the dining car, but 'while it lasts many men do tragic things, such as imagining they are too young for their wives and that they have fallen in love with flappers. While they are under this delusion, they often break up their homes and divorce their wives and marry girls young enough to be their granddaughtersi only to repent it ever afterward. Summon what sense or numor you can to understanding the situation and be thankful that' it is no worse. . DOROTHY DIX until Ida's recent death DEAR MISS DIX: I was spanking my 9-year-old daughter the NEW STORE HOURS Mondays 12:30 to 5:30 Tuesday thru Saturday 9:30 to 5:30 LAWLERS 119 East Charles J AJuVwwivq I - - r I A if Ji i I - ' y' i -' i I f ! It Flatters You This new crocheted doily is cholc oct naalsurnrlr Two izps: 19 and Tuesday ..14 inches in No. 30 cotton. Only 2 East Side 7:30. Hostesses, Mrs. J,.:., u ur;iiiw, anrf M Rav. Dans lor Doin aomes. mond Johnson. Seven joined pansies for larger. Progressive Homemakers Pic-j three for smaller doily. Add bor-nic. Noon at Heekin Park, der. Pattern 614,' directions. Wednesday j Laura Wheeler's improved pat- DaJeville 10 a.m. Picnic at ; tern makes needlework so simpla Mound's Park, Anderson. with its charts, photos and concise Friendly Homemakers Guest; Day picnic. Hostesses, Mrs. Will iam Short, Mrs. Paul Brown and Mrs. Henry Florey. Forty-Second 2 p. m. Mrs. Dick Holdren and Mrs. Max Jones hostesses. Home Improvement Hostess, Mrs. Grover Drumm, assisted by Mrs. Verlin Knight. Devotion by Mrs. Perry Miller. Thursday Albany Hostess, Mrs. Virginia Huffman. Modern Maids Hostess. Mrs. Max Mansfield. Lesson on "Special Occasions for the Family" by Mrs. Mansfield and Mrs. Dale Horr. Merry Mm. 11 a.m. Picnic for members and families at McCul-loch Park. Committee, Mrs. Claude Polk, Mrs. William Stra-han and Mrs. Kenneth Hayden. North Niles Hostesses, Mrs. Wilbur Kirkpatrlck and Mrs. Ora Richards. Shideler Homemakers Hostess Mrs. Melvin Rees. directions. Send TWENTY CENTS in coin for this pattern to The Munci Star, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 5740, Chicago 80, 111. Print plainly; PATTERN NUMBER, your NAMB and ADDRESS with ZONE. Here's good news! Send fifteert cents more for your fascinating Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book today! 104 illustrations of youff favorite needle-hobbies the choicest designs and the most eoncis patterns available. Beginner easy designs, and ideas worthy of an expert's attention. A Free needle work pattern printed in the poor. Re-Enlists in Army Among those recently re-enlisting in the regular army at Brooke Beneral Hospital, Brooks Army Center. Fort Sam Houston, Tex., was Cpl. Robert L. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Miller, R. R. 7, Muncie. Miller, who has a prior service of four years and five months, has volunteered for duty in the Far East Command. While at Brooks he was assigned as a postal clerk in one of the hospital's post offices. PAROLE VIOLATOR Raymond Pitts surrendered to city detectives at 7:55 o'clock yesterday morning and was placed under arrest for parole violation. 'He was jailed. MoncJay Store Hours 12:30 Noon to 8:00 P.M. ,11, collegienne ops 1609-11 University Avt. Phone 2-2271 PATTERN -451 8 sizes c women, the first ever to permit her photograph to be used in advertising. Legendary Lydia used Indian herbs to concoct her "female complaint" remedies, which have yielded factual millions of dollars to hr descendents over this country. Present content of alcohol is the legal 15 per cent. But there is a ANNE ADAMS legend (unproved that when w. Refreshing as a lemonade and T. U. members used to harrangue . . , . . . , . , on behalf of anti-alcohol the worn-hust as ender.zmg! Graceful ;en fortified themselves with swigs .shirtf rock has unusual yoke and of Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable! pockets, shown here in eyelet, a Compound between speeches. Its;f t note on this bulton frontier. alcohol content then was in the; t,;, :,o. n c m An vicinity of 4 per cent, quite heady! ,K . . , yards 35-inch; z yard contrast. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Konrt TWTTMTV . ITTVP: " PFNTS - -f t, . m 11 " . uue was me suojeci. 01 inC;in CQms or this pattern to ANNE lesson-sermon in First Church of ADAMS, care of The Muncie Star, Christ, Scientist, Sunday. Pattern Department, P. O. Box The Golden Text was: "This is 6710, Chicago 80, 111. Print plainly life eternal, that they might knowjYOUR NAME, ADDRESS, ZONE, thee the only true God, and Jesus , SIZE. STYLE NUMBER. JZ SIX I V cudmm-fMtv -MM Christian Science Services Christ, whom thou has sent" (John 17:3). SEWING for vacation leaves you more money for GOING! See Among the citations which com-jtne iatest styles to sew in our prised the lesson-sermon was the ANNE ADAMS Summer Pattern following from the Bible: "Now;Book A one.suitcase travel ward-when he came nigh to the gate ofrobe fashions for the whole fam-the city, behold there was a dead;., FREE pattern of a shampoo man carried out, the only son of. , , -,, his mother, and she was a widow: and make-up smock pr n ted right and much people of the city Wn (the book' e"t 3"St fifteen with her. And when the Lord win" more for tms book- HONEYCOMB TUCKING Gray "epertif cotton" newly decorated with honeycomb tucking a summer 1949 dress for cocktails and informal dining. Collared "photogenic neckline" is almost off-shoulder. (N. y. Dresc Institute Fboko , her, he had compassion on her. and SHtW isaid unto her. Weep not. And he ! came and touched the bier: and .they that bare him stood still. Ad !he said. Young man, I say unto thee, Arise. And he that was dead sat up. and began to speak. And he delivered him to his mother" (Luke 7:12-15). The lesson-sermon also included the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the 'Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "Divine Truth, Lire, and Love gave Jesus authority over sin, sickness, and death. His mission was to re veal the Science of celestial being, to prove what God is and what He does for man" (p. 26). "The true idea of God gives the true understanding of Life and Love, robs the grave of victory, takes away all sin and the delusion that there are other minds, and destroys mortality" p. 323). fa mm 1 vnoi-a.vtArZ (WE 3-Day Service Prompt Pick-Up and Delivery PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE MODERN GLEANERS I Reland Jones, Owner 1106 N. ELM ST. dial 7122 dial DRIVE-IN SERVICE it if - rv : A t "V X ' 1 ' N N X T" Autumn-crocus Nelda' print crepe rayon - Draw- string dress in cinnamon, teal claret, 16-44. Sam style, sparkle print, 14'2-22'2. fa CO edienne o. shops 1609- 11 University Av. 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