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PAGE Tff 0 AjlK.y COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1931 j Society ^Calendar \ -^ • Wednesday ifrs. -Stephen >H. Brooks, Is having the $4atlnee Bridge dub. Mrs. W. Owen Blue Is hostess to the'Eiitre Nous Bridge club. The New Wednesday club Is meeting'with Mrs. A: C.-Ward. The Junior High school Parent- Teacher association will have I he election of otftccts nt 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Joe D. Halbach Is having the Wednesday Bridsc clui). The P. E, O. Is liaviug a luncheon at the home of Mrs. J. E. Dell with Mrs. Herman Cross.and T. J. Mahan .also hostesses. - Thursday Mrs. J. Louis Cherry Is having the Mld-Weelc Bridge club. The'Young Matrons Bridge club Is meeting with Mrs. Malt Mona- ghaii, Jr. Mrs. W. M. Taylor Is having the Elliott Fletcher Chapter ol tl'.c United Daughters <rf the Confederacy. Mrs. J. A. Leech is having the Thursday Luncheon club. Friday Miss Hazel Hardin U having the Friday Night, Bridge cliib. r, BElOW, IS 1 A OA.YTIME PETTICOAT_ JLACKTAFFETA WITH A YOKE TOO AWO PlEATEP RUFFltf tfut TAFFETA SUP IM THE CENTER COMEfW PAHIL COLOflf fHt GRADUATED SELF RUFFIE TRIM GIVES A UEarW CKW- NEST TO TUt .f IWOUETTt WHE« IT 15 s WORM UNDER A UCt ^ GOWN. IFAHTALEmr ARE BOW AT7f?ACriV£ty QUAlHT AHO PRACTICAL WITH KMWG CtOTMEr. TUOrt AT TlfE. BCHT ARt OF TATIM WITH A BOrrOWEO YOKt TO? AMD UC£ RUFHED BOftDER/? Bit* of Newt Mostly Perionai There's Black Magic In JMcw Spring Hats Bakcr-Cnln. Mr. anrl Mrs. J. T. Craig arc announcing trie 'marriage of their daughter, .Margaret, to Mr. Harold H. Baker,'the wedding 1 having been solemnlz«d" at Arkadeiphla, Ark., March 28. The Rev. Robert E. Lee Bearden, formerly pastor of the First' Methodist church here and now. pastor of the First church of that city, performed the ling ceremony.. The bride, .who has lived In. the city for a number of years, received her later .education at the State Teachers College "at Conway and for the p-ist year has 1 been a member of the school faculty, at Center Ridge, Ark.- She Is a musician 'of note. : Mn ; Baker..Is. superintendent, lot the Center Ridge school. After-a honeymoon-spent .in ifot Springs -they - arc - now at ..Center Hldge>- On May .31 they will arrive -hire/to 'spend a part .of ,tlio summer.-with the bride's parents. '.'-•;'. .'.•.».,.«.,> .. . : dear's Woik Mapped - - - • Out By AariUmry. '• Members of the executive board of the Woman's-Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church made plans lor ' the new • church year's activities''- to;-avmeeting at -the ,. church'Monday afternoon.y ,,, TheSe will be - in duige of tnfe work:'Mrs. Ross 6tcveufc, president; Mrs. J. E. Bell; vice president; Mrs p. O. McLean, secretary; Mrs. Roy Walton.'treasurcr; Secretaries: Mrs Ray Worthington, spiritual life; ilrs. B. R. Allen; Bible leader; Mrs. Leslie Hooper, foreign 'missions; Mrs. C. M. Gray, liome missions; Mrs. Edgar Crichfleld, 'synodical anc Presbyterlali Mrs. R. O. Dent jr. young people and ministerial re r lief; Mrs. W. A. Dobyns, Christian education; Mrs. George W. pilla- huhtey, literature; Mrs. O. J. Crane • social activities; Mrs. T. J. Mahan pastor's aid; Mrs. R. 9. Molt,- Christian' jo(ial service; dele chairmen 1, Mra?'C."B. Babcock; 2, Mrs. Geo Mr. and Mrs. U D. Chambilr, and sons, Jack' apd noa, (pent fu- ter in Meupbta with relatives. Mrs. J. S-.UueU i» vUlUng rcln- tlres In Little Rock for a few days, Ocorge W. Barium attended Ho ulneis In Oueola y«t«rday. \ Mn. L. S. Brlscoe ud daughttr, Miss LUllan, were In Memphis yesterday. Misses Maiiiret Crow, Era Wright, Mary Louise Taylor and Nell Hants motored to Memphis Sunday. ; Mrs. E. D.'OUleu spent yesterday In Mcmphit. Mr. and Hit. J. L. Stanley were vl&ltora In Memphis Sunday. Hits Edith Jarrett, whi> attends Arkansas A. and M. college at Jonesboro, spent the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Jarratt on Highway 61. W. H. Stovall left this alternooa lor Little Rock where he will attend the Arkansas Funeral Directors association's anual meeting. He is vice president of the organi- tation. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purvis, and daughter, Bobble Ann, have moved to the Ward apartmsnt^, on, ,West, Ash. street. . (?>'?:>* I W. B. Tanner 1s attending to business in Clarenden today. • Mrs. Minnie K. B»w»r, who underwent an operation today 'upon her eyes at the Memphis, Ear, Eye Rose and Throat hbtpttal, Is resting yery well. Her daughter, Mro. A. O. Hudson, Is. with, h«r. • • •*.•'"!;'. Mrs. Brax Smith, Mlaaes Ma.urlce arut Delma "Oravettt wllr 'go ito Memphis tomorrow', for a- banquet at the Hotel Peabody' as a part of the program for the Ihstall^tltri o( a,, cjiapter of'-the Delta De^ta Delta sorority'at" Southwestern;University. '- ' . "'V'-'•'!' .Mr. and Mrs'. R. N.'^are, Jtf we '- '" Oiceola Students Will -U Compete at Fayelteviilc'^ OICEOLA, Ark., April - l—Tiie •'' contestants representing Northeast Arkansas in five major events 'p! « the annual literary inert to b' hdd • in Fayettevillc, Ark., April II, will' be students ol the Osceola Hieli chool. : -.'* fj Joe Boweii- won over ether djii-' testants in the district ureltmlna'-.' rics In geometry, Beatrice RM» won in English and spelling arK i Ne i. son Segraves hi United States his-" 1 tory, and a cast comiwsed of Louise Hale, Hamelle Weinfc-jrg, Josie'' Young, Mary Crouch and j'ue "-• Bowen, won the district dramatic' contest, with their present a lion, of the OIK ace play, "GrancTmojhcr Pulls the String." The contest play will be present- . cd in the high school auditorium ' here this evening, and 1m office receipts will be used to defray expenses of the cost and other con-, test winners from the Osceoli school, to the stale meet In Fay- elteville nexl Saturday. The stu-' dents will be accompanied by Miss Martha Wellrrmii, member of the school faculty, who directed rehearsals for the contest play. Addresses Graduates of '>•] Grider Negro School Miss Willie A. Lawwjn, county. superintendent, gave the commence-- menl address at the Grider colored school last niglu. There were six graduates from the eighth grade. BY JOAN SAVOY Both .the. black hand and the In Jackson, .Term.,, today " \valter Hagen.play Joe Kiriw ^t t •' . i c&nnittt'e'e> for the month. Hostesses for next week's meediiff were uu- nminced" ris follows: Mesdamos W. T. Obcrst, A. B. Holland, C. N. Neal, Walker H. Baker, M. O. Usrey, Lucy daniey. C. S. Stevens,* J. G'. Sudbury and G. G.'Hubbaril. 1 • • • •' Craiir- Wilkinson. The marriage of Miss Evelyn Wilkinson, of Haytl, Mo., and Mr. Victor Craiff, formerly ol here nnd now of Memphis,' was' solemnized last evening at' the home of the Rev. P. Q. Rorie. The ring service was tald'at' 8:3 Oo'clock In Ihe presence of several of their' most Intimate friends. The bride and Mr. Craig will re- R. Crockett; 3, Mrs. O. -P. Moss; 4, Mrs.'Robert'E. Lee King;-5, Mrs. J. Nick -Thpmas; Girls" group. Mrs. Marsh'Ml Callaway. • Mrs: Ross Stevens and Mrs. Marsh M. Callaway'-:were elected delegates and Mri J. E. Bell' alternate,- to attend the annual" summer' training school' "vrhTcti will-probably be held at Petit' Jean, Ark.;~ in-June. -.-•••"-»•'» Miss Minnie'Matthews Elected President Business Women's Club, Miss Minnie Matthews KP.S elected president" ut the local Business and Professional Women's 'club in the annual election meeting last night at the Goft Hotel. Miss Matthews succeeds Mrs. H. L. Reynolds who served as leader of the group for two terms. Other otJicers-selected were: Mrs.' side, at 1189 Greenwood avenue, In ' Osceotd Society—Personal First circle meetings of the new fifcn! .year of the Presbyterian Ladies Auxiliary were held yesterday afternoon at 'the • respective of the newly elected cir- . Mr.- Craig Is the son'of Mr. and Mrs." E. A. Craig who made their tome -here for a number of years before going to Memphis a year ago.' • > • • • -* ' * * CI«ss Meets. ' ' •Mrs. lYed Sandefur and Miss Mary Outlaw entertained the Bcla Chi- Sunday school' class of the First Presbyterian 1 clnlrcli last evening at the Sandefur ijoine. Reports of past nctivllies showed that UK class won the contest sponsored by the Sunday school. It was voted to continue, the charity ac- r.vities sUrted last fall. Mrs.'Carroll Blakemorc and Mrs. Jilves Allen were appointed members of the home department committee. The hostesses served a fruit ice li nines' clc chairman and plans made for the coming year's work. Mrs. W.'J. Driver Jr., chairman of ..Circle No 1, was . assisted in entertaining by her mother, Mrs. W. J. Driver Sr., at their home on Pecan St., and Mrs. p. S.Laney, chairman of Circle No. 2, enter- taned at her home on West Quinu Ave. . '' _ Mrs- J. Y. Jones lead the dcvo- tto'nnl service at the meeting of Circle No. 2, with Mrs. R. H. Cromer 'and Mrs. H. J. Hale taking part on the- program. The student loan fund, and funds for Christian education and ministerial • relief were -discussed as financial objectives of the.organizalion at .a short business session. Edringlon .lead the the Jackson., country cliiS-'lrtv.an exhibition golf match. . .;, : '-V' Mfs..a.'Sh'onyb .was a Vlalior':'lp Memphis yesterday.." ' - '.*.'-• j Mr. ani Mrs. RusselJ t hlUips/ Mr. and. Mrs. .C.' W.-.Affllck; itfy'*M Mrs. J. A. Leech .are to-Jackson, Term,, for the .Walter i- Kiikwood exhibition golf R. N. Ware;. $r.. .*t(eni ~ I ness in Memphis, ycttei • -Ray J»c£son spent y Memphis.'. . ),„'_...<•• -.-v.-;rj Miss Grace-Motkltf to, o£ iidar sh», Is vislllng in the <cttjr. ;• Marvin' Chappelle Is transacting business In r>Drt*st City. - ' ] Horace' T. Gulp was & business visitor In Trumann yesterday.- • •;. B. F. Kenner of ParaiEouId, traveling auditor for the' Cotton Belt railroad, attended to business here today. -' ' ' Matt Monaghan jr., wai a business visitor in Memphis Monday.' black: hat are. haying their fashionable fling these spring days, worn with costumes gay enough to dare flaunt them. • But, when.you get "a ilack hat, loolc for,.one of feather weight and one that has a definite spring lightness in its looks. It isn't enough when warm, days come [o be cool. -You. must look cool too! There seems to be at least onc black, hat .on the market this year for every'single, one of the millions of women there arc. For days when you feel equal'to having your hat of the type.served on the half shell,. you can choose between bi- Little Wilson News- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Liles v:cre. the back of your head, turbans or Al- brim of Milan which is held up Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs'. ' " off the forehead by a bow of the Ilus <°n McKulght. lacy picot. You can'see your hair . Mr ?- H "slon McKnight and v^u.t; u-jo. ,...^, JU .. ..»,.,.. through tills lovely straw. And it dau Bhter. Even, and Mrs. Arthur flattering brim, albeit is one you gives the whole hat such a light- Mart . m vls " ed at Ross ' Wednesday. corns, tricorns, straw caps for the gerian berets. Other days, when you crave : a have to look sideways to see. there are some of the most satisfactory versions. But, remember, not only in trying on new hals but every time you pill on the use you buy, lift it, especially if it has a brim, oil the hair s little ways. B:gin putting' 'the back on first and never quite pull the front down. " ' : An especially flattering brimmed hat is Agnes' contrasting straw- model made with a crushable 'picot crown, shallow as can be, and a Explaining the. Contract Nprtli Ihat even lliongh he holds Bridfc Systerus' '-^- only a four-carU heart suit, that ',^i,;?'* /ARTICLE- NO. 11S • "., .'•;'- the; hand must bo played af hearts '.•-•• -M-' : W»i.Vc. McKENSEY'f' aii'd' South now 'wishes "North .to Secrefary 'American Brid;c Lcajuc show his aces •This "Is the final-article .'on.-the | ..The lowest ace should bz bid 'first. Therefore. North responds with four clubs showing thc.ace : of lieadedness! For a dressy little version of the black hat, Agnes' tricot made so oile side doesn't know what the other does, is a most ingenious answer to your questlngs. On one side tliere Is one ol those slightly drap?d eflects that .are so gentle and becoming, 0.11 the other a sprig of prance blossoms snuggled against |he edge of the little' transparent turban, adding the green and white freshness that gives the black a most spring-like accent. the writer has given what he feels are the three most-important club systems—the Vanderbilt, the two- club forcing and the one just described. Again; while the writer does hot advocate the use of this system, he feels that our readers should familiarize .themselves -.with clubs. South bids four diamonds variation of the. forcing, club system as compiled by John : H. Law and V. P. Boland of Cleveland. 'The following; three hands' showing the aoe of diamonds, show how slams are. arrived at North then bids four hearts denying under ithi| -system'.'. fWU Inust.ihe king of diamonds nnd SoutU's again assume'that. East-and West | next b:"d is four spades to show always pass. • South, of course;, opens with one club. Mrs. . Tom Jones, vice president; Mrs iwith sandwiches and cookies. Dix , e Crftw r ord wlu u w Marie mckmaii,sceon(l.vtce P«-M- t m the - clafs llcxt „,„„„, dent; Miss Altnea Edwards, srcre- . ... tary; Mrs. E. P.. Belt, treasurer; Miss Marie Harnish, parllmcntar- ian. —' Mrs. Reynolds, In, appreciation for her service, was presented a Hare Club. Misses Annie Laurie Evans and Marie Lcggett were hostess to the Saturday Night Bridge club at the Evans home. completed the' business session. • • » • Have Business Meeting.; Reports ot officers fcalUred the meeting of the ' Woman's Missionary society of the First Method lit church Monday afternoon at the church. ." The 28 women present rend a Psalm.responslvely, arid Mrs. A. c. Haley ottered prayer. Mrs. F. D. Bible study liken from the last four chaplers of the Book of Romans at the meeting of Circle No; 1, and various projects were dis- custfd at the business «ssion. At each meeting deliciou refreshments were served following lue and business 'discussions. • • • . 'Mrs.-C.' L. Ashmore entertainei the Christian Workers at her home at Driver yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Gco. Dickerson lead a most interesting mission study le»son, which Mr. ajid Mrs. Postorx family have moved to Poplar Bluff, Mo., where- Mr. Davis -has beeii transferred by the Frisco roalroad. Miss Geraldine Reynolds iias as her h'ouMguest, Miss Ruth Adanu, of St. .Louis. ''•"',"•' 'Miss Francis* Rosehthal... of St. LouU is the houseguejt of ilr.' s and Mrs. Paul H.' Rosenlhal. She formerly" liveri here. ' " "... Mrs. w. I. Denton, Mrs.'J. E. Crltz and Mrs: Emma S. Burney went to Jonesboro today for the north Arkansas district missionary conference of the Methodist church. They will re turn Thursday.- Major Ray of Hornersvllif, Mb., who Is known as Bust«r Brown, who became famous several years ago, attended to business here Monday. Pinochle Player Seeks Opponents by Advertising LA CRESCENTA, California .(UP) — Pinochle champions of bar^ ber shops-and joliee stations may be guests of Henry Biescar — If they can furnish Henry with com- (J) (K)S—K-(Ji-9-7-«-2 S—K-Q-J H—A-4 necklace .and- Jtoe club also gixvc| ln . lhc card s „ u u Miss Luna B.Wllhelrny,'ho.taught imcmbcrs md „„„ t m a class In public speaking, a por-j Mrs Jws wwlc> M(ss lrma Laura i! . , ... ,,. Barnes won a deck.of cards for Reports for the years activities wgu score and Miss Marjorlc Stewart' received'the' cut prize, a compact. . . The delicious refreshments were a jellied salad, sandwiches ar.d tea. • « • Guild Meets. Mrs/John W. Snyder was host- tss to- the- St. Stephen Episcopal guild Monday afternoon. After the business session, In which plans for was presented in the lorm of «. play, ."These be of the Household of India," with parts taken by the 11 members present. -Mrs. D. L. Conway was « visitor at the meeting. . _ .:. , - .-•• . I spring .activities \vcre discussed, Smith, local treasurer,.Mrs. P. E. , he hostess• ssrvcd dainty refresh- Cpoley, conference treasurer, Mrs.! m ,. n t s A. C.' Haley, chairman of spiritual cutivatlon, Mrs. W. 1. Denton, lor bulletin news, gave reports. Mrs.'E. D. Gtllen and Mrs. Emma S. BUrney were elected delegates to the North Arkansas Missionary conference at Jonestoro April 7-0. The alternates are Mrs. O. c. Gar.- ske and .Mrs. W. A. Stlckmo;i. It ^-as'voted to sponsor a musical to be given within two weeks wllh Ernest Jones as onc.of the performjag.muslclfuis^ Other fulure acllritiiwirwroSFsupper to'be served' memKsrs-'lpf the",sUndard training. scl'ipoiroo April 13.' Mrs. M. 'O. •. Ujsrey toi"!fes.r*fiRy' H."WelcK 'Were " . . pbpolnted; members of. "the courtesy petllloh. ' Having defeated all comers In this small community. Henry was bored at lack of compctilion, and Inserted an advertisement In the local newspaper. "I will play host and I will fnr- nlsh all the necessary eats and smokes to anyone who will guarantee to make the game interesting to me," the advertisement snid. Lange School Pupifs Examined by Nurses Students of tht Lange elementary school -were given their annual physical Inspections this week by Miss Mary Moore and Miss Ruth Taylor, nurses of the counly health unit.. Other schools of the city will be given the same Inspections this month...'.-.' Records 'of defecls will be sent to'.parents, to: that corrections may be" made 1 before" 'school' vcopcns next fall, Mrs. Frank Howse lead the afternoon's lesson from the Bible study book, "Spiritual Adventuring,": at the regular meeting of the Methodist 'Woirians Missionary Society yesterday afternoon. Plans were made tor' a different group of members to attend each day's sessions on the North Arkansas Missionary Conference Convention at Jonesboro Wednesday. Thursday and Friday'o'fthis wiek. • • • Mrs. John W. Edringlon, accompanied by her mother,'Mrs. \V. B. Flannlgan, her children, Madeline Ellen an'd Wni. -Bard,'and her niece Jane Flannlgan, and nephew, Bon Flannlgan Jr., relurncci last night from a* motor trip to McLeansboro, 111., where they spent several'days visiting Mrs.. Edrlngton's sister, Mrs. Val Campbell, her family, and other relatives. Thoy were Joined there for the Easter holidays by Miss Elizabeth Flannlgan, a student at the university of Illinois, formerly of Osceola. • ...» • Mr. and Mrs. F. t. phlpps and children returned yesterday from Karrlsburg, 111., where they spent sister, Miss Josephine" Monlag Pfllke Cpprteiy Planned for Tonnrts in Ohio , SANDUSKY, Ohio, (UP) — .\u- tornobil* fou'rlstg will be Ircsted with a friendly attitude by Sandjs- ky..pollce In the future. Instead of be|ng called into court'for the first \1olatiori' of minor traffic regulations, . the tourists will bo given "courtesy, cards" as. a warning - Tlie cards read: "You have parked your car Ir. a prohibited • space and we bei;eve this 'violation to have, been unintentional. Kindly accept this cc.ir- lesy nollce BS a suggestion not to repeat the offense." Easter holidays with Mrs sister,.Mrs. M. D. NesJer, and Mr' Nesler. " ' Mrs. Josephlru Montague retmn- ed yeilerday from Memphis. \u ; '> r 6 she spfint Sunday night \Utli lier H-A-4-3 D—8-5 D—8 C—A-J-10 A-Q-J-10-9-4 (L) ' SOUTH S—K-J-7-6 S—A-lfl-8-4 H—A-10-8-6-3-a II—K-Q-D-5 -Q-G C—A C—8-7 Harid J South has the required three and one-half tricks under this system to open with "one' club. When the partner of the forcing club bidder's hand holds three tricks or better, he must make a Jump hid to show- slam possibilities, therefore with Hand J, Norlh should bid two spades. It is easy for South now to picture the three tricks in North's hand. They must be the king and queen of spades and the ace and king of clubs or the ace of clubs and the ace of hearts. If they should happen to be the ace and king of clubs. South must depend upon tile diamond finesse woikiug to produce a small slam, but if they arc the ace of hearts and the ace of clubs, undoubtedly they will be able to get some valuable discards on the heart'suit which will make the slam rather easy. Therefore, South's proper declaration is. to jump the contract to six spades. North should pass .as lie holds no more than he originally advertised with his two-spade bid Hand K This hand is unusually interest- Ing due to the fact that North absolutely knows when South makes the 'one club, bid that it is the forcing club convention. It is "ver> easy for him to read the three and one-half tricks of his partner. Soutl must hold the ace of spades, the | Icing and queen of hearts and either j the king and queen of diamonds or the ace and, quec not diamonds. In | either case North can sec only one i losing trick and he should Jump the | contract to - six clubs. . As South holds an absolute minimum he is required to pass. In this hand we sec North arriving nt a slam in clubs even though he knows full well that his partner may be void in clubs. Hani L As explainer! in a previous nr- tlc!c, the advocates of this system employ ace showing. Hand I, Is a j good example. South opens with ' onc clubs. North, sot having sufficient strength to make a forcing bid, bnt still strong enough to give- 1 positive response, replies with one heart. South Jumps to three hearts which sets the suit and informs the ace of spades. North bids five spaties which shows t.ha king . of spades, and now South goes to six hearts. The declarer must gel one of two breaks in order to produce the - slam—that is either the diamond finesse must worl; or he muse correctly guess the spade, fhesse This article brings to a close the artificial club convention and while tliere are many variations of the original Vanderbilt club system, all of-lhe varlous",contrac^ ! 'systerrjis so that they may be able 'to'coiubat this convention when -playing gainst it or to adapt'-themselves o'a partner who-knows no other ystem. • • [ - Tliere arc three more systems hat Ihe writer will describe in Ihis cries, but before doing so, starting o morrow, we are going to give yoi few very interesting hands tha lave been played in recent tourna- nenls. (Copyright, 1931, NBA Service, Inc. evening. Mr. Henry Lavenclar visitrd riet-.ds at Higlitower, Sunday. Mr. Everett Petty mndc a bitsi"- css frip to SIkcston, Mo., Tuesday. Miss Evon McKnigiu was tlij nest of Mrs. E. D. Petty, Tuesday light. ,. Mi'. Webb Crouch of Hiijhtowcr. isitcd friends here this week. " : Mr. Everett, Petty was Iho gV.?it I of Mr. Charley Peters at High-tow-" er. Tuesday night. Mr. A. KnobcHoch was in Blytiu- ville Tuesday. ' Mr. Ernest McKnight was tlie'.,... ;ti3St of Mr. - Howard Mumble i!',J Ro-s, Sunday. ^'"-^m Mr. and Mrs. Fielder Prr;-y were'- : 'J Blytheville visitors, Saturday. Mr. Harve Adams was in DJU"'I llcnday. ' ' : Misses. Florence and Ethel Calcl- well 'sjjent Monday at Doll. ":.,. CL to Ntmn-Bijsli hnkleEashioned/ Oxfoirk Read Courier News want nils. Typewriters - Adding Machines•> Repairing — Rebuilding '--• Rentals—Ribbons -Carbori, — Adding Machine Rolls Acton Printing Co. Typewriter Dept. ". ',' Phone 10 IOOX ro TOUK ANKUt No gapping, no slipping—no distortion of correct lines, even after months of wear. Try them on — see what a-differencc Ankle- fashioning makes. Nmm-Bush Ankle-FashionecL 0 X F O K D S R. D. HUGHES & CO. 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