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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 19, 1932
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PAGE TWO WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19 ;j 2 A Golf Champion "Unmasked"' | Society Calcndai ; : J . Thursday 'Armprel P. T. A. meeting at 2:30 •p; M,:-. . . :Mr>. Cecil Shane enUrtafulnti Mid-Week Bridge club. ' Mrs. J. S. Ge'sell is entertaining the Thursday Rook club. 1 . . Annual harvest supper at Proni- IM<^ L»nd school at 6 P, M. '>.' Music department ot Woman's club meeting. , » •*" V U.'.P. C. benefit bridge and rook party at Woman's club, 7:30 o'clock. Miss Grace Webb Weds ... 'Mr. Robert Henry-Wilks Mr. and Mrs. John And*rson Webb ! announce the marriage of their daughter, Grace, to Mr. Robert, Henry Wilks, of Kennett, Mo. The ring ceremony was solemniz- •ed Tuesday night at (he home of '.the Rev. J. H. Doss, pastor of the x Methodist church of Stcele, Mo., • who performed the ceremony. Their only attendant was Mr. Duard Stewart, of Steclc, Mo. Mrs. Wllte, a popular member . of the younger set In this city, is a graduate of Blytheville higl school and later attended Gallo. way college, Searcy, Ark. Th.3 bridegroom formerly resld- . ed at Caruthcrsville, Mo., and Is .now connected with \the E. K • ; .Slrei?le Motor company of Ken' nett, Mo., where he. and his bride -will make their home. They went to Kennett last night '. hut will relurii here late today fm , a brief visit with the bride's par• ents. I • • * •Class Entertains :- There, were 60 at the parly the • Beta Chi :Sunday school class o •tte Firsl Presbyterian church hot " : ".'Jast evening al the home of Mr 'and Mrs. Cnrrol Dlakemore. Pro •- cceds of the affair will be givei -to the church building fund. ^ Fortune telling \vltu a "real -•-fortuna teller In her gypsy-lib -. booth, dart ball played out o .J.doors and the tables of parches ;' checkers, domlnofs and siniiln •-. games indoors furnished amuse • : ment for several hours. : ,> Refreshments' of hot dogs, gin: ger bread topped with whipped '- cream, coffee and coca cola waa „" served cafeteria style In the kitchen. ' -• The Halloire'en'motif ws 'aused in the .decorations -of orange and ," black streamers throughout the "- lour entertaining rooms and in • the tables, arranged for refrcsh- ° ments. Members of the class wore ' "dunce" caps and the food was served on Hallowe'en plates. i U D. C. Plans . Benefit Party • Both men and women arc bc- ; ing invited to the benefit rcok and . bridge party to be given by the ' Elliott Fletcher chapter of tho • United Daughters ow the Con; federacy Friday night at the Wo• man's club. • The party Mill be featured with | prizes with a gift for high score i at each table and there will also • be awa«ds for the couple, man • and woman, making the largest ! score,' for the couple of two women making the highest score and • an attendance prize. '. Members of the Children of the , Confederacy will serve refresh• ments. Reservations may be made by ; calling 862. SOME 3AUCY CWAPEAUX Bits oj News Mostly Personal •»EFT-A TOQUE Or GREEN FELT WITH RED COO FEATHER TRIM. RIGHT-ATURGWt OF REP STITCHED BURNT GOOSE FEOTHERS THRUST • THROUGH THE TOP. . ASQUAR5 CHOV/HEO CIMMERHATOf BLACK VELVET. IGHT-AQRIGHTBlUr. KMITTEO CAP AND filOVESUT. EFT- AN UNUSUAL HW OF PARCHMENT-COLORED BROWN TRIMMING. .New King of Skyscrapers Mrs. Lucy McAdnms is 111 at her home on Chlckasawba uvenue. Roy McCullough of New York City Is here for several days. He Is with the home study department of Columbia University. Mr.. and Mrs. Herman- .Peck inototcd to Poplar Bluff, Mo., lust evening. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Greene and son, and Miss Willie A. Lawson went to Hot Springs today for Itie state education meeting. Tlie. Rev. B. P. Wallace, of Shreveport, La., is tlie guest .of his son, W. B. Wallace. Waller Rosenthal and Max Feinberg went to St. Louis lastj night for a brief business trip. • ' Mrs. M. C. Weldon, formcrly"of here and now of Memphis, is visiting In the city. Tommle Swan and Coach Charles Jamerson. of Memphis Tech Hi football l.?ara. were In the city Monday night. They were accompanied by Mr. Jamerson's sister, Mrs. L. E. Vaiidcrford, who had been visitlnt; in Memphis blnce Friday night. Mrs. Harmon S?ford, executive secretary of the Red Cross of the Chlckasawba district, J. A. Water- ] man, Red Cross roll call chairman this year, and Mrs. E. E. Algxun-' der, chalnntin of production', foi ' the chapter attended a state conference in Little Rock yesterday, Judge G. E. Keck and his court stenographer. H. O. Partlow, re- lumed from Plggott. Ark., last night where they were In court the first of the week. They will return there Monday. Among thos c from this city who went lo Jonc.sboro yesterday lor the meeting of the Child welfare. conference;, al which Ur. Carrol: Myers, Myers, of Cleveland, O., was the principal speaker, were: I Miss Rosa M. Hardy. Miss Winnie! baml Mlss nC Ssdh" > McCar(ly M'S i There It is—the biggest office build- C W Afflick 'Mrs. Otto KochtlU- i »'E '" the worli! Tllis P ictur " ™ hy Mrs Byron Morse. Mrs.. B. C. i taken as the last girder was placed De-it ir and Mrs Russell Phillip;, i atop the central struclure of the Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbiml: $™ .°°0>S«> Hockefeller Center de- spent yesterday in Memphis.- j velopmsnt In New York. Seventy 1 J , . smriiq anH mnrn tVion 5>no f*mt Iv, Mr. and Mrs. Kusscll Wills and of visiting Khourie tending Southeast Miswuri tethers college at- cape o ranlcaj spent, the weekend here wim her mother Mrs. Ola Slanlll William Khourie wlxj i s cd by the Sam llcim-a Sleclc was here Sunday his motlv?!' Mrs. Wolf and family. i Rev. A. B. Sadler, pas'.or of HIP I Baptist church os stwic v- a -, h." I Friday evening and attend'.^ t'hc j meeting at I ha Baptist crm rc i, conducted by Fr.'.nk Ai!an>« „,'>' the Rtv. E. G. Walker. Mr.'.viams assisted Rev. Sadler in a tiieel- ing at Stcele n few w.?eks ?••;> Mrs. L. V. McDonald antf ( 'i^' u .'h- ter Clco and Hattic llaiun]p n motored to Kennett Sunday afternoon and visited friends. Mrs. Kyle Eucll and sist? r Maud i Heard of Etowah, Ark., an- vhit- hilS friends and relatives hc: L . n,i s vcek. Mrs. Eiiell and Mrs. Heard were former Hayti residents bo- fore moving to Etowah a year or so ago. The. Rev. J. W. Cmmmglum of Jonesljoro. Ark., was here Frdiay and Saturday svlsiting CrienSv i Hev. Cimniiiiiliain was pasior 01 | (he Baptist church her; pilor lo the coming of Rev. E: G. Walker. Pnlit-lriaij:-: B,;i'-i Ituuiirealcs CAMBRIDGE, Mass. <UPi — Gerald O'Brien, sail at .Surrogate John i». O'Bricn, Tammany nominee for Mayor of New York, and Fiank Curry, son of John F. Curry, Tammany chief, are room- il r.uucs at Harvard Law school. i| TOO «,ATE TO CLASSIFY",' ——^ FCR SALE—Jersey Milch Cow) with young calvc-s. See It. M. Beck al Harris' Barn. 19p-!:ll-lfl Here is a new portrait ot Miss Virginia Van Wie, new national woman's golf champion, as she really is when oil the links. The "poker face" she wears when sinking—or missing—a putt on which a title hangs is missing in this picture of the Chicago star. Miss Van Wic's career on she links started when she was M. SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN Has Birthday Party ; Little Harold Johnson, son of . Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnson, celebrated his sixth birthday Monday evening with a party at his home on West Hearn street. The ten boys and girls who were guests enjoyed games and refreshments of ice c«am and cake. . Mary Joe Nev:comb and Johnny Lane won prizes. Eastern Star Mceis At a meeting of the Eastern Star last night it was decided Is ; send a box of books to the Masonic Orphanage at Balesvillc. Plans wer.2 also made for n feast November 15 for the membsrs. A delegate will b c sent lo ths Grand Chapter which is scheduled to ir?el in Little Rock sometime in November. • * * Entertain Visitors Tc Medical Mcclinc Mrs.-A. M. Washburn will pivi sn informal entertsinmcnt at her home -on West Walnut street Thursday afternoon In honnr of a number of out-of-town women visitors to the Northeast Arkansas Medical Society meeting here. Plan To Okstrve Girl Seoul Week Plans 'concerning ti-,? Nation*'. Girl Scout Week, October 23-2? will bc discussed al a meeting o the members of the communit »nd troop committees and can tains of the organization at Girl Scout room la the citv ha Thursday evening at 7'o'clock. The annual mother and rtaugh ter banquet to bo held on Satnr day, October 29, will also bc ills cussed and all members are cd to be present. BY SISTEU MAHY NEA Service Writer As long as tomatoes arc plcnli- Ittl they can be relied upon tu answer the salad question In one 1 way or another, but as they be- :ome scarce we must look to other fruits and vegetables. There is » «£lth of malcrin! to be coinmnn- .Icered for autumn salads iil- hciigh some of.-it may never have actual salad timber. However, when given the correct treat- .r.cnt 11 responds most satisfactorily: An unusual salad that Is rleciclcd- y autumnal uses (rult and vege- .ab'.es In combination. Autumn Salad Two ripe pears, 2 tart red ap •:lcs. 4 teaspoons minced candied jingcr, 4 tablespoons diced celery : tablespoons chopjicd walnut iieats. 4 cups shredded cabbage, at'espoon blanched and shredded Cranberries, like Indian corn, are native lo this counlry end have long held a high place among Uu fruits. In the early days they grew wild on the lowlands'of Cape Cod nnd were gathered for holidays and festive occasions. The Indians believed them to have certain virtues which would prolong life, and regarded them with superstitious awe. Tiie cranberry ot today is a great Improvement over the wild berry. Cultivation has doubled Us .size and improved its flavor. Tr.e darker the barry the richer and more delici- cus is its flavor. Although there arc many reasons \vliy cranberries should bo used more freely thfm they arc, one precaution should bc kept in mind regarding them. Despite ti!e fact thai their ash is alkaline, they tend to increase body acidity. Consequently persons wiio must guard ngainst this tendency should ol . son. formerly of 'Paragould, have moved to this city nnd are residing in the Lloyd Stlckmon apwjt- ineni. Mrs. John W.. Finley Jr., 'and Mrs. W. B. Tanner hiivc returned fri»n Memphis where they underwent tonsllectomiss- at the Ear, yEe, Nos e and Throat hospital.; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elliott have gone to Canalou, Mo. to attend funeral services for Mrs. Elliott's grandmother who died yesterday. Noted Artist Resumes * Work on Vast Muril HANOVER, N. Clcmcntc Orozco, his nmslcrplece. With the u.OOO stories, and more than 800 feet in height, It is not Ihe tallest skyscraper but has the most office space. Modern Travelers Want Action Stories Braggadocio ' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Skinner and j Snm Skinner of C;:uithcrsvil!e : visited tore last .Thursday. Mrs. Cantrel of Carutliersvillc, the W. M. U. association president, was in Braggadocio Thursday afternoon to help In. reorganizing the local W. M. U. Bert Skinner was here on business Saturday. Jewell Tjewis returned home Saturday after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. . Bert Skinner, formerly of heie. Hayti Society—Personal Mrs. Herbert Milsap and son Herbeit Hatlley are in Caruthersville this week visiting Mrs. Milsap's motlL?r Mrs. Walter Acors. fy'rs. Jim Fields of Pnscola was attending to business here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Rocly Jabour and services..The Rev. Mr. E:l- nFTnnTT (TiDi wi, n r, ™™i» :Baips• relurnoVl with them for the , DE-IRCHT UlPl-When people da "7^Raymoncl Gallahcr also was go tvavehng nowadays they want | the g u es ' t of Mr ; nnc i Mrs. Hnck- Mrs M B I.^wis and sans Tom children Thames and Palsy were and Gene came home Friday af- '. here Friday evening visiting Mrs. ter having been 'with Mr. Lewis, Wolf Khourie and family, who is traveling with his show. Mr. und Mrs. Gale Ball and A Y Huckaba, Bruce, Ardcn, ™ Ball , of West Memphis were Sylvia and Nina Huckaba and. here Sunday visiting the men's Mildred and Creston Bruce drove ! lather. D. W. Ball. They returned to Micola Sunday to attend home Sunday evening and were accompanied as far as Stccle by William Khouriel-.. -.'• Miss Vcrnice Stanfil, who vis-at-' Full Pack.,. No Sleek Filiinq f- Economical- If fid cut SAME AS 42 YEARS AGO 25 ounces for 2 5? Doutte Tested/ ubie Action H. (UP)-Josc noted Meslcw nrtist, has resumed work, at Dartmouth College on the vast imira! painting which he hopes will be square fcci o! walls in Baker Memorial library's reserve book room ns his "canvas, 1 Orozco is unfolding, in true fresco. hi sconception of the epic o! civilization on the American continent. A central theme of the work is the myth of the Quclzalcoall, pre- Columbian cullure hero of the Anraicas. It treats of the contribution of Indian n"d European to the formation of American civilization, and will close with a pro- murdar and mystery stories In- Ftcnd of love stories to help them while away the time, according to Martin Bahr, propriteor of a book shop in a railway station hore. •"I used to sell a lot of stories about men meeting pretty girls and falling in love, but 'that was two or three years ago." he said. "Now they \vaiu two or three murders In their books, or else western stories, which are next in popularity." The books' on astrology, so popular a few years back, ar,; seldom asked for. according to Bahr. Likewise. there is little demand .for aha Sunday. Raymond Gallaher, Clinton Gnl- lahcr, Creston Bruce. Mildred Long, Paulino Crowe, Nina Huck- ataa and th? Rev. Austin Edwards drove to Lilbourn Sunday after- Bronchia! Troubles Need Creomuision Crcirchial troubles may lead to soino- ^^ _ ihtnf; seriwi5. You can stop themjiow neon" to attend the B. Y - p - u - !1S " I wiiiiCreoinulsion, an emulsified crsosota sociationa! meeting. On the way | khat is plca.'.int to lalre. Crcomulsion is i homo. Miss Hi;ckaba stowed at j new medical discovery wltluwo-fnhlac- ~ ' ' ' lion; it foottics and JieaU luc mlumcd the home of the Rev. an:l Mrs. the Amends, 1-2 cup seeded Tokay j indulge too freely in the gay scir- crapes. Pare and dice pears. Dice np- ;!ec. without paring. Mix pear?, ipples, ginger, celery and walnut c: ncals. Mix with French dresfiir'jS •nfl let stand on ice for let berry. With this exception, crnn- berries ars valuable for their mineral content, since they arc especially rich in iron and are a gMd ource of iodine. thirty j Cranberries keep excellently and minutes. Shred cabbage \cry fl:ie uilcis frostbitten will remain crisp ;r,(l let stand in cold water lor, !m( j f u j] |i a vor:d for « long lime, en minutes. Drain and mix wi'.h | They nrc very cosy lo use; rcrmir- .dmonds :i;ul enough inaycniuii:- •• jug no feeding or parln? in prep- o make moist. .Make nests el D on Individual plates, l-iil ach nest with truit mixture iin-.l arnish with seeded grapes. (.'rl.-ry SaUil Tills is au exerllfnl dinner :,il;«i. Two cups shrcdd:d celery. 4 la- Icspoons cliopiMl green olives. ^ ILS :-l:reddcd sweet r;:l cpper. 2 tablespoons Hce L i[efriL phecy as to the future of American culture. Summoned to Dartmouth lo exhibit true fesco painting. Orozco was .impressed with th: po;i'.b!li- tics of the library room as a site (or his project. oration for cooking. After thorougli . Iruit, (he berries are ready to cook delicious nn dcolorful when made with the bright red terrie-s. Sugar should not be added until the frul- i? cooked tender. Thus method pro'. (luces the finest aiiJ mcsl delicate Fl:irk r.roken, Attends Srlinr:] IOWA CITY. la. (UP) —J.'.mcs McCloskcy. junior in lt:e University of Iowa Medical College, i; attending classes in spite o! a :>nk- cn back sustained in nn :u;;::no- bi!e accident last July. He i, assisted from his bed to llr.- ri:SS- rooni by a siicclal nurse, and i.ikcs his cxnniinaUons orally. hecse. j-rench (IrtEsiiv^. Comhiue cciei'i. dives and pcp- :cr. Mash cl' a;ui ccmbi::.' itii French riresiing. Mix wi'.r. :jetab!ej; and r.ervo on endive. JlcUlcy Saliid This talad d^pc-nds on r.c\v lur- " for Us imusual flavor. ; flavor and requires a minimum of • Misar, In order to obtain the full ' value of their nutriments, the fruit | i-iiauld not bc coDked IOD long. Cranberry sauce nnrt cranberry . jelly arc traditional with turkey, tut you will gnd the taste of cranberries quite as delicious with roast . . Two medium Mxcd while lur- i ' rai ' k nll(l veal - Cranberry ice otter. r:.ii:s. 1 cup shredded cclcrj. 2' laJ;cs lllc P Iftc= o[ srul<; e cr Jelly diets canned jrir.cannle, i gvc-on' al a form** dinner. Cranberry Ptppor, 6 tabkspoor.s oil. 'J isb'.e- i sil erbct makes a splendid dessrrt Read Courier News Want, Ails.' , Sc<re with a garnish cf \v:.i;>;jct cream. Tnmnrrnw'^ .Menu BRKAKJ-AST: Stewed cn.-a ,ip ricols, cereal, cream, kakrri .ISP. bran mufTins. milk, coll :. LUNCHEON: Illnck bean mil icutor.s. tomato .salsd. cini;;:[ii3i •ells. milk. tra. DINNER: Hot-pal of ho:is<' p^.igc bake;! w inter .••quash, celery ;ni loinc-matlc pickles, craiibcuy KA '.'.KkUiij;. milk, collee. 1 afler a heavy :linncr. Cranberry tapioca pudding Is an inexpensive cl:sserl suitable lor any simple dm- . Hospital Notes ' Jess Korner of Blytheville was »dmUted as a patient to the hospital today. Miss Louiss Hatley of Armorcl was dismissed. ifODiis Itsv.on juice, 1 tabk-s|x)jii grated horseradish. 1-2 teaspoon salt, :-8 leaspocr. iv-pp..T, paprika. Pare turnips and l;;il in sailed ' '-er. water to which r, little lemon juice , ... as been added. \Vhcn tender dram Cranberry Tcipinra :r.d plunge into co;d water. Drain Onc l>°"»d i.iboi:t 1 quaril cran- and cut in cite;. Combine oil, . bcrrics ' 2 CU P» tolling water, 1 cup Icir.on juice, horseradish, salt, pep- i s " 8ar ' 1 " 1 C "P m 'nute tapioca, few Read Courier News Wint Ads per r.nd psprlkA and pour over prepared turnips. Let stand en ice an hour cr !o:-.Rer lo chill. When ready to serve add celery, green pepper cut in threads and pine- salt. Wash and pick over berries. . Cook In boiling water until tender 'about ten minutfs. and press . through R fine sieve. Add sugar, |« .ip souvenirs bought avidly a few ago.' oreign Legion .Deserter Studies Law NEW ORLEANS, La. (UP) — avcd from facing a firing squad jccausc of desertion 'oreign Legion five Bennett Doty, nn from the years ago, adventurous Southerner, is studying law at Tu- aiie University ,nntl writing fic- ion. Doty, under the easily pionoimc- d name, in French, of ''Gilbert Claire," enlisted in Ihc Foreign .egion in 1925, tired of il ill 19JS, ind was caught making his way a the Palestii:.'.' border. He was ;eiitcnced to bc shot, but an out- jursl of international protest saved'.Win. • . , lii Wnlker of Hayti to attend B. Y. p U and church services. Raymond Gallaher and Miss Edna Davis attended church services nt Micola Sunday evoninj. Later they drove to Cooler on bus- incss..^H'hev were accompanied by the Rev. Austin Edwards and Miss Imogens Michie of Micola. Miss Edna Davis returned Sunday >iorning from a visit in Tennessee and Kentucky. Miss Jewell Lewis spent Sunday with Miss Edna Davis. The Braggadocio schools reopened Monday, October 17, after a six weeks cotton picking vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Long and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Gibbs attended morning and evening church services at Hayti Sunday. membranes anil inhibits germ jroivth. Of all knoini dnms.trcosoteis recog- nizcjl Ky liigli medical .luliiotiiios as one fjf .lie flrcalesl healing agencies for per- fisrenl coy£!i5 and coMs anil oilier forms of ihroat iroablos. CrconuiUIcm contain 1 ;, mgHrlittrin lo crcOKitc, olhcr heal ing c!r> tnpnts^fliii'h F^otheaiulheal llic infected^r.inrsr.nd ^toptiie iirilalionnntlia- ilatr.raalion, vliile l)ie croosnlc ROW on to tlieslomach, i.- ahsorlicd into ttio blooH, riltacks thcstMtof I!LC I rouble and checks >J:p. Crromlllsior, i>puaranlccfls3tisfnclory in trie Irealrnrrnt of persistent coughs ajj coltU, asthma, koncliilis and nr^cr forms of respiratory tTnoases, and is excellent f"r luiildinf; i:p tlio system j after colds nr (lu. Money rpfunilr^ if any i inp.ia nnlrelicvcfl nftcrlikinrjacconlini. todirectionr.. AskyourdruBxi^t. (Adv.j -^PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM mpn.-l* Cnlor an,l BcMil loGr.iynniir.iileiltlair Tlie 1'oinihii 1 "Swirl" PERMANENT Fully Guaranteed KI.AINK'KKAUTY SHOP Vhotic 4^ $3,50 AT THE FIRST SNEKZE USE rhw l chlno cherries cm in halves. Plt-ccs. Serve [ £alt and tajiioca and cook tmtil' transp«rent. TirM Into Individual \ molds lo chill anj become flrin.' Essence of MistoJ. t ON YOUR HANDKtRCHI»' Bennett's Pasteurized Witk 10c Qt. Dclivcrcil IMione 74 liulgarinn liultcrniilk 15c Qt. Go lo dun-cli Sunday Do they make you Restless, Crnn1;y, Tired, Sleepless, Dyspeptic, 1 lead- achy? Do thoy spoil your pleasure and interfere with your work? Tens of thousands liavc found a way to j f!c:l relief from over- ; s ^., r worked nerves—n way . ,./ J "-x^ so simple, so plonsnnt, K<I low in cost, that-we- ' arc ciuistniilly rcccivitij; letters that say, "If I had only found Effervescent Nervine Tablets sooner." Simon Brandt writes:" "f iras vary nervous from oucr-icorfc. I couldn't sleep well, nppcJilc icns poor, ant! I felt weak for n long (imc. "Used Dr. Miles' iVer^inc mid nom feel /i/lccn years jyoimgcr niul I nm tcorfcina the same (is I did be/ore— fourteen to /i/teen fioitrs daily. "Sorry J did not lenni about (Ms icondcr/ul ineclicinc sooner ns I had tried eueryfiiinri I could hear of, itithout results, until Dr. .Wiles' i\'ert)iiic put me bnctc un my jcet." Wlien you arc nervous, try Ibis—put a Dr. Miles' Effcrves- i cent Nervine Tablet into a glass ot water. Watcli it bubble up like sparkling spring water—drink it—enjoy the feeling of calm and relaxation that follows. In Dr. MilrV FITorTtvcnt N'errEne Tfiblctfl a fplendld formula (ar «.oolt\in* ovcrwroapht rtcrrfs i* wilK bicarbonate of *oda hnd citric tit'.t] *hkri teiij (^ cgrrc<l hjpti-actdil)-—• frequent (ausc of nervousness. Effervescent' FI*M Biudt NO MORE RUNS! when you wear KAYSER HOSIERY ,! DR. MILES rasters' .35 I his wonderful new hose by Kayser positively guarantees an end to expensive hosiery runs. "Sansrun" cannot tun — its very construction makes it impossible for a run lo start. Mistily sheer, yet, since it cannot run, it's as durable as service weight. Say good-bye to hosiery runs foicver! Try "Sansrun" now. A GUARANTEE WITH EVERY PAIR JACK

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