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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 8, 1934
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_ THUKSDAy, NOVEMBKU 8, JBLYTHEV1LLE. (ARK.) COURIER NBW8 Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS W. M, S. First Methodist church having prayer service. SATURDAY'S EVENTS liaison-Dunham wedding to be solemnized at Hasson home. 1 >. in. Mines. Lloyd Sllckinon. Murray Smart nml Jesse Taylor having bridge party at country club, 2:30 P m. Miss Margucrile Massou Is Given KriAgc Shower. Miss Marguerite Hasson, whose marriage lo Jones Dunham, of Memphis and Tuscaloosa, Ala., will be solemnized Saturday evening, was guest of honor nl- n bridge shower given last craning by Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls. The guest list was limited lo 12 of Miss llasson's most Intimate friends. A pink I'.nd jjj^er motif wus used in the decorations of rose.5, (lie (allies, I lie refreshments ot individual ices, angel food cake, salted nuts and coffee served on pink plates, and llie favors of ininialuro silver wedding bells. • The assorted gifts were presented in a fancy hat box, decorated with a miniature bride amid a pink satin txw. In tile bridge games Mrs. Russell Fan ivon a guest towel for high score and Mrs. J. Ernest Hasson received a white pottery jardiniere for second high. ails Aiiiiuuiu'tid fur Hasson-Uunlmni Wedding. The marriage of Miss Marguerite Hasson, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Hasson, lo Mr. Jones Dunham, of Memphis and Tuscaloosa, Ala., will be solemnized Saturday evening, seven o'clock, at the Hasson residence on Davis avenue. The rites will be performed by the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church, before a small gathering of members of the family and their most intimate friends. There will be no attendants. After the ceremony Air. aim Mis. Hasson will entertain with a dinner Party at the Hotel Noble, Jor the bride and bridegroom and out of town guests. '• Out of town guests who will be here are: Mr. an<i Mrs, Roy E. Dunham of Tnscaloosa. Ala., parents of Mr. Dunham; his sister, Miss Myra .'Pmiliiiiii. and brother, Roy jr., of Tuscaloosa, Mrs. J. c. Sccgcr of Abbeville, Ala., and Air. and Mrs. W. B. chittcndcu of Springfield, -,-,-. * * * Girl Scouli,Mcct. :,:. . . ...u ,: ' . , The i Aniiore! Girt Scouts - met Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. Charles digger jr., sponsor, was present, plans were made for acquiring a hut. After the meeting a court of honor ivas hcltl. * « a Has Birthday I'arly. A birthday party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Jiles Rambo yesterday. afternoon In honor of their son. Jack Bnilcy, who was two years old. Refreshments were served the 15 llttlf; guests after an afternoon of play. ioii our now policy us a lest of the volution of civilization and feel that whatever we destroy or create out of the confusion will be more or less decisive to the rest of the world." Mrs. Ci. W. Dlllalumty, who took <•!> the- political side of the president, stressed (he fact that when ho \\-eni Into office it was the most crucial lime in history, that he has been given more power than nny oilier president, and that in nil of us appointments ilrsi consideration '*?.., c " ilvcn to lllc nbil "y of the individual. To Have Clilckun Dinner. Tile women or the Promised hand church will serve 'chicken dinner Saturday, from n )m ttl 2 o'clock, in the former Kroger building.. Addresses School. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church spoke to the assembly of the Sud-' bury school Wednesday, He told the students interesting facts about the Holy Land and central and southern Em-ope where lie visited When in Europe for file World Baptist Convocation in Berlin. The talk «-«s supplemented with [motion pictures which the Rev Mr (Carpenter mnd e in various parts of the world. Among these were those of Christ's tomb, Ui» Wa!Jin» W all of the Jews, the ruins of the Ac- ro|»lis, and views of cities, buildings and ships along the Mediterranean Sea. Kridcr-Klliolt. Announcement has been n>ade of the marriage of Miss Virginia Verne Elliott, of St. Louis, to Jennings Bryan Krider. of Blytheville and Ten members of the Christian Workers met at the home of Mrs Alex Smith Monday afternoon for eicction of officers. Mrs. J. c Scurlock, president for the past two years, was reelectcd. Mrs. W. r. Ramsey, was rcclccted vice-presl .l;,«'«!..Mrs. Gcorffe Rair/ivas cted secretary and treasurer. For a - visiting committee ,Mr° ramc !' antl Fan Nichob appointed; publicity Mrs Joe K. Mitchell. Following elcc-- tion of officers a motion was made ^™"! cd !m »>e Christian Workers to serve the Civic Club's luncheons for a period O f si v months. A TrmiikssivhiB Social was planned In be held at the i home or Mrs. Tom McGarrity -, i v^ re ' C " imcf ' M™- Burton, and Mrs. Harry Driver as co- litstess. Next meeting is to be with r? r^r Nh °' S '"• the homc rs. c. L. Franklin I). KonsevcK. Members of the Delphian Fine Arts club studied the life of President Franklin D. Roosevelt in a program Wednesday at the Hotel Noble, attended by 15 members Mrs. C. W. AfTlick presided in the business session in which Mrs. Dixie Crawford was enrolled as a, now member. Mrs. w. M. Williams discussed the private life of Roosevelt, his personality, his kindness at all times his unbounded interest in humanity, the consideration lie gives to all questions, his listening to constructive advice and his typically American family life. :' In discussing Roosevelt as seen from abroad. Mrs. A. J. Cole of Wil- ,-soii reminded the memiwr.= o! me \fcicl that all eyes of Europe arc focused o;i America and the iN'cw Deal and that Europe bears in mind that the authority .given our president places in contrast our good humored. friendly leader and the arrogant dictators or their own lands. Shu continued , vi t h - A11 Euro , w i Mks WASH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win Back Pep . . , Vigor . , . Vitality Medical auDioriijcs asrcc roar kM- cys contain 15 MILKS o£ tiny lubes or fillets which Mp to purity the blood and X'ecp j-ou heritor. If you liavc trouWc w-ilh loo frcnucnt hladd«r passages with scanty amount CBUS- in? burning and discorofort, Ihc 15 M1I-ES of Vtitncy lutca need waiting ouL This dac- Kcr sfcnxl niay be the beginning of ti«3s;nf; barkachf, ley rwins. lois of Pep and vitaJity, Belting 1 up rights, tumbaso, »woHcn feel *niJ LanVles, rheumatic pains ftruJdininosj. Il kltlocj'8 don't cmply 3 pints every eJay ana set rid of -( poynrfs of waste matter, your body vr ilt taKoxip thwe poijocscaitsinc «riou s LroiiUe. H rosy knock you out and J*y you up f or many months. Don't wail. Ask spur druggist for DOAN'S PlM-5 . . . * ooclor.t prescription . . , which liu been ^ u / w " full > r by millions of kidney si.f- to h* cha "c« ^ilh strong dnj£S " d ncy cures" that claim lo fcr . Pans, lean. The rites were performed by the Rev, Stuart H Salmon, pastor or the First Presbyterian C |, ur ch, at ,„, homc Mond j afternoon. The bridegroom is a member of Hairy Ware's seven Ploridans or- Osceola Society — Personal Bits oj News Mostly Persona! Mrs. John Lave spent, yesterday in Memphis, accompanying Mr. Love. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas are In Memphis today. Mrs. Hoyd while and Mrs. Hurry \v. llaines are sending today In Memphis. Harold Sniilh is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. The licv. and Mrs. v. E. Buttcr- wortli and sons.arc moving from the E. c. Mllon homo lo the Rmisworth Black . home on llcarn street. Miss Carolyn Haley will spend (he weekend In Ullle Rock iiHcndlns the state teachers' meeting. Mrs. w. M. McFarlaiut an;l daughter. Miss Grace, nnd Miss Jamie Nichols have gone to 'Hamburg and Welncr, Ark,, for several days slay. Mrs. Walter Caiil. of Wilson, is the sliest of her daughter. Mrs. lii- ley B. Jones, and Mr. Jones, for several .days. Miss Kalhryn Greene, Mrs. Elizabeth Greene, Mrs. Mary B, Greene, Mrs. Hcfferti and Miss Marion Hcf- fcrn, of St. Louis, will arrive, today to spend llie weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bonnn and family. Mrs. Sam Orgcl and Mrs. A. Shamsky, of Caruthersville. Mo., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1. Ros- cnllial and daughter, Miss Fnin- cise. Tuesday. Mrs. L. O. Crafton, of Little Rock, is the eucsl of Mr. and Mrs! W. L. Oration and family Tor several weeks. Her daughter. Miss Bcniice. nnd U. A. Gentry accompanied her here. Mrs. Clarence Wilson, who for two weeks has been at the Memphis Baptist hospital, where she underwent an operation, was removed lo the home of her sister, Mrs. Dwighl H. Blnekivood, today, she will probably return home next. week. Jap Patterson jr., of Mordlton, Ark., head of the religions education school being conducted at, Osceola by the Presbyterian and Christian churches, was in the city yesterday as the guest of the Rev and Mrs. Marsh Callaway. ,«Xv afternoon at the Dome of Mis. ; bva Kerlln. The itcv. H. M. .tewls spoke on '"n, L . Knrytoy Social t-oiitacl of Christlnn R'llowshlp." I'miis weio made to observe The Week of Prayer with an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Iler- jl>ert Sullivan on Monday. November 19. I lie HarciU-Teai'bci' (issoolatlon wl meet Thursday night at the WiUon school wllh Ihc lathers In charge of the program, cms l-Vn- .'. as 11 fnllicr. and Cliuidc Shaw, i's a son, will spcnk on "My School- Ing and I'l-cpuiiillon for Utc's Work. After an extensive membership drive Mrs. Hoberl Roach, pros. Idem, reports 111 membsrs. Ten dollars 1ms been allolcd lo each room fo rnecded supplies and $21 for the iinfier-nourlslied children Hie programs [or the }'«»• ivjjl bo centered around "Character Building, Our Greatest Responsibility.' J. II. CraIn and Jake Counts rc- temica Tuesday from a business (rip "> Hot Springs. Alre. A. J. Cole attended the [meeting of Ihc Delphian Pine ArU jclub at Hie Noblo Hotel m ijlythc- I vllle Wednesday. J. C. ciillom and Cas Brandoii r. will return Friday from a week': business trip to Michigan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Grccmvel returned Tuesday from Andyvllle Ky., where they were called by tin serious illness of Mr. Grecnwc)l' a enuidfiither, Mrs. j. N. Grccnwell. Mrs. J. A. Men-ill returned Sal- irday from Shrcveport, where she ias been the guest of Mr. aiid Mrs. Wilson Society — Personal Mrs W. E. Dunlap, Mrs. s. L Oladish, and Mrs. c L Dnkr spent yesterday in Memphis ' Sam T, " an(i Mrs - Mr. nnd Mrs. John E <l went to Memphis today Mrs R. c. Bryan Is enlertain- "IB tnc four table bridtrc Huh 'oday at hcr cm ,, Ury f™^ dub Hospital Notes Admitted to the Blytheville hosp.ial: Mrs. Frank Robbins, Stccle Mo; Mrs. J. c. Dobbs, Annorcl;' Talmadge Luckcy, Route 3. Dismissed Kenneth Lawler, Sleele' Mrs. B. w. Stivers,. Holland, Mo. ^DUNDALK, OnL^W- With «hind a pig owned by Ross Blown >f. cal l s , mg considerable interest "trc. itie porker, vraiaiiing about Mrs. Hale Jackson and Mrs, Charles Coleman, of Osccola, Mrs. Charles Lowrance jr., Mrs. Joe Cro- mcr, and Mrs. ,1. H. Grain entertained 112 guests with a bridge party at the Wilson club houss Wednesday afternoon. The club rooms \\ere decorated with autumn foliage, yellow and white chrysanthemums, and yelfoiv roses, in the card games Mrs. Henry Goldman won first prize, linen cloth and napkins; Mrs. Snow Wilson, of Osceola, won a black leather bag for second high; Mrs. A. R. Shearon received an overnight bag for third high; Mrs. C. K. Crosno, of Osccola, was awarded lingerie for fourth high; Mrs. David Lanoy, of Osceola, received a rose bowl for fifth high; Mrs. William Luciwig received a sandwich tray or low score; Mrs. J. A/HamMon, of sett, won the traveling prize, hose; Miss Maxine Brown received a gold bracelet for making the first grand slam, and Mrs. Ida Tucker, of Osccola, won the tea guests' consolation, a lace handkerchief. A salad plate, cake and codec were served by the hostesses. * * « . ' The Woman's Missionary society of the Methodist church met Tues- Miss EJevine Alley and Mr. C!coJ\lleii Married STEBLE, Mo.-cieo Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen of Slcelc, and MKs Elcvlnc Alley member of a prominent Caruth-' ersville family, were united hi marriage in a ceremony performed at Blylheville Sunday attcr- The bride, was an honor student W the 1934 graduating class at uiniUicrsville high school Mr Allen. who intended Cooler 'high school, • is now employed in the Garner store at Osceota, Ark where he and Mrs. Allen will be t home to friends in two weeks. Fowl Debt 1'aiil CHEYENNE, wyo. (UP) -New Mexico has paid its debt to Wyoming. 1. Slockley Lingon, New Mexico game official, turned over ICO quail and 00 pheasants lo Wy omnig as payment for CO .sage chickens given to New Mexico in CORRECTION hi our julvi-rlisenicnl' of J;is( night we t| wiled Pelt iJasc Ruir Ki < )x i2 at S-I.75, whereas il should have beim Felt Base Rugs 9 x 12 $4.95 CHAS.S LEMONS KHrtiilnrc Stcele-Cooter Society — Personal I'hilllj) Mecom for the past two ceks. Mrs. w. T. Wilson, «-ho Is being .routed for malaria at the Baptist Hospital, in Memphis.- is improving Amcr Azbill, of Stcelc, Mo has icccplcd a position In the hard'«ire department oj ti, e i^ W | lsoll store. Ajrs. s. A. Regcnolii is confined .', and Mrs. c. P. Turner enlei- Uilricd with a dinner party Sunday In tumor ot the birthday anniversary at (liclr daughter. Mrs. Curl MoDanld. Out o[ town guests wero Mr. mid Mrs. \V, Cl. 'nirncr, of lily- thevllle, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer McCnllum. nnd M. G. mid J'juil Turner, all ot Itcleim, Ark. '• Mr. and Mi-s. 1'aul u. Combs nnd daughter,-Joan, who have been visiting (riciids and relatives here Mid al Aimorel, wilt leave llie tat- to- par! of Hits week for Miami, Flu., wlifj-c Ilicy will spend the H-lntcr. They will be accompunlcd by Miss oiara Garner, sister of Mrs. Combs. •J. A. lluuiie hus returned to hUi home at Norih t-'ool, Ala,, nfter liuviiig s;M>ut several days JierciiU- tendlng to business nnd visiting his sisters, Mrs. .qeorgc W. (Joi)k and Mis i|-enc ppone. Mrs. Arnold Hums and dang.uor, Mary Martha, of Holland. l« (jni'st of tier mother, Mrs. H. L. Robinson. Miss Cecil Wagster, of ChlciiBo, who Is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Q. c. Wagslcr. of Cooler, was painfully Injured In a car uc- cldcnt i,eii r Cooler over the weekend. Oilier occupants of llio cur were o. W.-Fowler, lilll Sinlth, ami Mr. mill Mrs. Pearson Hudson. Charlie Frank Brooks has ncccpl- cd-u position in St. Loiili. Buy I.llllc. of Helena. Ark.. Is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. licx Hughes Jr. has been returned 'rom the Memphis Methodist hospital where he underwent an operation [o r appendicitis. He was taken to n,e tiomc of his piucnU at Huffman, Ark. Mrs. Hughes, who has been with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Satn ,Mc/uliims. Is with him. A. L. Powell, of joiner, Ark., was a visitor |,cre Tuesday. Mrs. Ida Smith has been relum- ed home from the Memphis Methodist liospiial where she underwent treatment. Her condition Is unitn proved. Mrs. M. A. Mnssey, delegate of the stcelc Missionary society, attended the annual convention in Oamtljersvlllc over the week cud. Henry Boswell is confined lo his home with malaria. Virgil Unas and sister, Mrs. Gerald Brooks, siwnt last, week end In Marble Hill with their parents. Mrs. c. T. Ix:wis jr., ul Hnyll. ami Miss imogcnc Manning spent Monday in Memphis shopping. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. j. puts, O f shar- ron, Tenn., arc houscguests of Mrs. P. E. Waters nnd family. Mr. mid Mrs. clco Allen, of Osccola and C'ariitliersvillc. «-cre dinner guests of Mrs. Robert Allen Monday, Hollgml News The miUTluse of Howard -\V. Wclcli, of Osceolu, and Miss Charlie Mile Siielcr, of McGcliee, was performed Octolior at by M.,It, Unl- Jcy, justice of llie peace, at Ills home., Mr. mid Mrs. w. M, wii- Ittims,- also of Tilcuriiep, iviimvucd Ihc ceremony. "I'hc bride was dressed in :i dark blue wool traveling suit with contrasting accessories. • • * Mrs. J. D. nest left Bahmtay for Citpo Cllrnrcteiui. accompanied by Mrs. William Leslie, lo be with her diuushd'L, Mrs. Opal Illumer, who Is u patient In Iho hospital tliwe. Miss Mone/, Wilbur, who luis been I) a very crlllcfi! condition lor .several weeks, is not Improvlm;. Miss ThrlliM Thompson, recently employed us .teacher In the clc- iienlttry:: B i>'ades'..'of .(he Cooler clls- :rlct, wus . the house^iiest of hir larenl's,. Mr, (ind Mrs. Sum Work- niiii,', (ivcr the week end. i; raiowlug « \viek here with'Mr. md Mrs. !>. O. Morgan anil outer iTliUlycs, M1ss Ulmibcth Gnhnqii •climicd • lo her lioino'in Clialleo, Mn.; Monday;., , ' ,. Mr's.'H. Powell, .of Konnctt. visited friends lioro nbnday, Tom' Kdivnrds rekinicd Sunday. sll ™ ckens Kciccl - «"!lr food with slain eyes, not n of tnslc They arc lightheaded for flylmi ce they have no teeth. Ilaliler Su'allmml 'squirrel " PENROSE, Col. (UP)—A rattlesnake measuring 41 inches in length and as big around as a man's arm was killed near here recently by ri. M. R'eld, of Colorado Springs. A squirrel was found intact, in the snake's stomach. Colds That Haiig On Don't let them get started. Fight them quickly. Cre.omiil.iion combines "i helps in one. 1'owerful but harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your druggist is authorised to refund your money on tile spot il your cough or cold is not relieved by Creomiilsion. —Adv. H When in Doubt PUMPS for all Occasions i'Htcnl Hlack Kltl Hrown Imilaliun Alligator Black'Imilalion Alligator For Dress Patent Seamless Pump $995 Black Kid Seamless 'Pump ' O For Sport Brown or Black Imitation •'% T 4,0 Ct-i } All. " ^ *-^ 6Wc/i Alligator , lice! ai the New York St Floyd A. White Popular Priced Shoes, Hosiery, Too iiom me ijlythevJIlc hospital M c lias been receiving trcnlmcnt for .soi'wil ivocks. : Mr. And Mf*. f3eciriHid.sjj.-tli, of i C.iriiUiersvlllc, ucru guests of Mrs IhulsiK'th's parents, Mi-, and Mrs, Noblp Capchart, Sunday. Mr. nnd MLB. .Kissel llookcr of I'linnjould, Ark., wre week end Siu-sls Df Mr. Hookor's piifci'lls, Mr. iin.-l Mrs. Hum Unakcr, <\. T, DaiiBhi'ity. foniicr rcsklent, who is imw living in at. Crcncvlcve mis the ora-nlijlil Wfi \, „< M,.. and Mrs. Cllltord corrcll nnd tninllv aitnrdny. Unymuiul Clcstrini; l,.[t Ktinclay ior ii biisliK'ss lrJ|> to SJl. Iwiis n>- Uliillun Monday nluhl. RI )Hi!iip(o n jr., i, ( Oiiruthers- vllii 1 , .lames lluinplon, »| Now Mad- riu, nnd Wflllnm Murrls. of N<>«- Miuli-hl. WIMP In iiollnlul « .short Mine Sunday, Miss Km Kennedy, of New Al- btiny. Miss,, nrriivd jvinnilnr ,,|. li'i-niwii io DC win, i, ci . n ; fx M]ss 'z Wilbur. Uniirlcr J^civ.i '.Viint Ads. HOLBIIOOK, Mas.. (PP) ~ When Mr.s George Day, of Brook- vll(o, InokK open u big red lurban winter squash while prepailiiK dinner, the found u metal tiro gunge biirrled among the coeds'. Vcl Hit MUKish. wclghfg to pounds won 1 no scare on its outer shell., The t'lanelly has tiny djilgiiiiu tilloom on its feet to buoy a up us It drills along In the wind. This Modern LAXATIVE TASTES i-INE ulij'lr, for l'«fii-i-mti»,'itii^tUHctaui' mint f.votlt. gum. Tti'nbno'unKt l'h' Aln'l! Hut moil unpailitii, pcm» mini 11 chtvetl, uiili KclnM ulivj jttlui,.'I'hni no 11,411 at l«<<iv« lint your <yM«n iiicliltnly 10 iin«t >l> ittlinie liiluict. Tlw o>nlli. motj nuu. ul *<tioi> of fitnimlnl ii iJtil for Ml- fr)f jtruKiv u|ti. Oarlon prnrrihe ll" Usiliva In nonluMi fonmiij; IWin-mi'itr". Il It toe I'll..nil coiiHiran »li!,aut ,:f,« u or tlicr. Dtliy [* djnaeiunj. 'I'QiUj', bavk oiv .;l,r,[,,l« ,,,a ttlf ,1,,,,. Ccl Mitiaa, I'Mivi-inml >t dmiiiiiui, l)c mil 25c. MAKES HARD TASKS SEEM LIGHTER" icn your work ilrcs you niul-yw, em '.ibi>ut 10 dn?|>', s«i[> 'whatever i! am! inake.ycmrsclf :\ cup n( rliiKyoiiliMiinmi:f t c,l m K.Mi. nd fitntss. Tn net j;owj i«i, SL-ltCI Ihllijl'i jjnoil Hlack lea, Tobcsurcnf[;cl- li'iK il, look for (lie Iradcmark tlcftiuiipickiiucs of tea y-uu buy. 11 '' There' FACIALS TO I'KOTKCT VOUH SKIN l''U(HI UAHSH AUTUMN WKATHHH. Chilly winds will tukc their toll unless your skin Is properly protected, we Imve special facials for (Ills purpose. Let us keep your late in good condition this season. Hcl|> Your Complexion hy |i. s Jn K - Kosim Cnsmdii'S— Hell) NlKlliury |>. .f. A. l,.v »,,j-in,r ]( {,',.„,„ -n ll!nl . iirina-MpvcintjesidlVy ' 1 ; T. A. mi'nil.nyWc^Valsin;; iimla through llie si ,le of our Kusun Cosmetics, Hshieinljer lu-n you buy IKJIII i|,cin you , m tu , U i ni , mll . om t . s(lll] . ishucl line, Margaret Decn Beauty Shpppc HM K . I'hime IDIi Thank PENNEY'S for these "BUYS"! Youll agree... they're sensational values! New Styles, Fabrics anti Fur Treatments! .^^^aa^^^a Everything about these coats,—fabrics, styles, furs, workmanship—says they ought to.cost more than jijst ••$14.76! But Penney's buys for cash", Penney's sells for cash—the results are amazing values like these! N •5tHtpier-iUtvcj..mfti fullness . held Iflow the '-elbow!. Crepes • and rougher, nu'bbetl,'crepes! flat furs and' flattering long haired furs in the very newest of collars and trimmings! Black, green, brown, too! Women's and Misses' sizes! '_ -- 22l>-^2:' \V. Alain Jjlvlheville. Avli.

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