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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELL-SVIL-L-E. PA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1938. By LYNNE B. X1NCELL Kiwom's Card Party Is Fine Success; Sixty-Two Tables Arranged for Games One or the largest soci3l events ol the season was a benefit card parly given" Tuesday night by the KlwariJs Club at its club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. The benefit, a success in every way, attracted two hundred forty-eight persons, who played cards-for the benefit o£ the underprivileged children, as well as for their own cntertainrr-ent. Sixty- two tables were called into play and after the games prizes were awarded as follows. · Contract bridge--Vincent H Soisson, A. J. McKlvecn, Mrs. J. L. Hyatir-Mrs.-E. C..Sherrick,-~Ar G. Hyatt-and~MrsrEfSrStandish; auction--Mrs Nanna Recce, Mrs. R. S. Cooper, Mrs. Edna Bobbins,- Wynn Cowan and Mrs.-P.-H.-Beighley; five hundred--H O. Whittcn, J. W. Eis- Icx, A. E. Darrall, Miss Elizabeth Boucher and Tholma Darrall; door --Mrs._T. C. Ball and Mrs. Edward Kishebarger. -At the close of the games refreshments were served by members ol the club. Dr. E. F. FltzGcrnld was chairman of the benefit IronrTwhich B generous sum will be realized. DEBORAH BIBLE CLASS ENTERADJED AT MANSE -Mrs. Karl H. J. Schoenborn was hostess to the Deborah Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church Tuesday afternoon at"" tho church manse. Twenty members and guests were present. Mlfa'Tda Wolfe" was devotional leader and several hymns were sung with Mrs. Effle Hopwood accompanist.. 1-Mrs. Anna Springer,-_clnss president, presided over a shprtjjuslness session at which plans were discussed for the annual apron social to be held in April, with Miss Lucy Cropp, chairman, -Mrs. Olive Hurst of Scottdalc gave a reading and Mrs. Schoenborn sang a. solo. · · .The president appointed Mrs. D. J. Berwick, Mrs. Margaret Buttermorc and Mrs, ( Hopwood a nominating committee to select'officers, for the cnsumff year. " The honor guest, Mrs. J. L. Proudfit, teacher of the class, w«j given many gifts, as was Ruth Schoenborn. small daughter of the hostess, the occasion marking the birthdays- of each. Delicious refreshments were served Decorations were in keeping with Valentine Day. Mrs-. R H. Craig of Pittsburgh and Mrs. Oliver Hurst of Scottdale were out-of-town guests. rMiss Pearl Garen and Miss Claire Rogers of. McKeesport spent the week-end as the guests of Miss Mar- thabcl Buttermorc of Apartments. the · Colonial NEW MEMBERS RECEIVED INTO OTTERBEIN GUILD "A candlelight reception, during which new members were received, was a feature of the regular meeting of the Ottcrbein Guild of the First United Brethren Church, held Monday night at the church. On a table covered with a white cloth, stood a picture of Christ For each new member there was a tall lighted taper, surrounded by candles In holders. As the pianist, Miss Catherine Zimmerman, played softly "We've a Story to Tell to the Nation," officers took places behind the table. During the ceremony the vice-president. Miss Marie Hawkins, presented each one with purple and white sweet peas. " ' The program which followed was IrC charge of Miss Marguerite Sechler. Miss Dorothy Kern conducted the mission study lesson." An offering amounting to $2.30, was taken for the project'in ~ Africa^ fighting leprosy. "- "_£ -A social hour followed the business meeting. Games were played, after which the hostess served a delicious Valentine lunch. At the March meeting an offering, representing a month of self denial, ·will be tafcTin. Officers will also be elected at this time The nominating committee consists of Miss Dorothy Hoover, chairman. Miss Catherine Zimmerman, Miss Marguerite Scch- ler and Miss Madeline Brooks. __ H.TF. SirOMAKER, WEST SIDE - - RESIDENT, SO YEARS OLD Henry J. Shumakcr, well-known resident of the West Side, Is quietly observing his eightieth birthday nt his home in South Eighth streft, Greenwood. Mr. Shumaker was an elevator operator at the Second National Bank building, retiring last April 1. He is also a former em- ploye of the H. C Frlck Coke Company. His many friends Join in wishing him many more happy birthdays Troop 4, Girl Scouts/ Plans Valentine Party A Valentine party will be held Tuesday, February 15, by Troop 4 Girl Scouts of the First Presbyterian Church, it was decided at the meeting Tuesday evening, at the church. The meeting was opened by Norma Soisson and Mary Virginia Cunningham and Laura Mac Conway were color bearers. Songs were sung by the group and plans for a Valentine party discussed It was decided that each girl would start a mite box and place a penny in it for sunny days and two pennies for rainy days. During the patrol meetings two ;irls were appointed to assist the court of honor in making plans for the party. The committees are as follows: "- -Valentine box--Ruth Carol Ander- cg£, Audrey Smyth and Maryrene Folcy. Refreshments--Louise Tulley, Sally Mlnerd, Barbara Humphrey, Norma Sclsson and Audrey Smyth Games -- Lois May, Maryrene Foley, Mary Jane Sweeney and Martha Herbert. Waitresses--Clalr Vcrnon, Dorothy BUHer, Mary Louise Newmyer, Margaret Ncwmyer, Mary Virginia Cunningham and Nancy King. FRIENDSHIP BIBLE CLASS _ MEETS AT BALSLEY HOME Mr. and Mrs. John Balslcy were host end hostess at the regular meeting o£ the Friendship Bible Class of the-First United Brethren Church Tuesday night at their home in Cottage avenue. Thirteen members and eight visitors were present. The meeting opened with prayer by S K. Hucy, Mrs. John F. Kooscr read the Scripture lesson. The class voted to give $50 to the free will offering. It was reported that thirty-three visits were made. Several hymns, led by L G. Hoover, were sung, Mrs. Hoover "was the accompanist. L. G. Hoover and Mrs. S. K .Hucy sang a.duet, with Mrs. Hoover plny- ingithc accompaniment. Interesting talks.were given by L. G. Hoover, Mrs. J. L. Thomas. Sirs. B. A. Schultz, S. K. Hucy and Rev. E. A Schultz. _rLnnch in-keeping with thcJValcn- tme seasonjwas-scrvcd. rTHe next meeting wilLbe held. March. B, place "to be- W. B.~A. FOR-TCESDAV, FEB 22 The regular meeting of the Woman's Bonofit' Association was held Tuesday night at Odd Fellows Hall Mrs. Bess Conner, president, was in :hargc and appointed two committees for the year. They arc: Reinstatement, Mrs Hose Shaw, Mrs Violet Orbm and Mrs. Ida Arm strong; sick--North End, Mrs Llsetta Johnson, Mrs Anna Urchasko and Mrs. Emma Yalcs; West Side, Mrs DAMES OF MALTA WILL CONFER SECOND DEGREE The second degree^ will be conferred at the regular meeting of Saint Omar Sisterhood _of the Dames of Malta to be held Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall. All members are to be present early After the meet- in,Ta Valentine party will be held. -- Joint Meeting Thurstla\. A joint meeting of the Home and Foreign Missionary societies of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will be held-Thursday afternoon at 1 30 o'clock at the home o£ Mrs. T*. M Evans, 523 East Crawford avenue Lottie A.-Bradley Claw. ' "Che regular_business^ and~_soclal meeting of the^Lottle^-Ai -Bradley_ Class of the-"~South^- ConncUsville" Evangelical Church - will_ be "held Thursday mght-at 6'3CH_o'clock--in the social hall ot the church. Gertrude Storey and Mrs. Lyda Moore; East End, Mrs. Rose Shaw and Mrs. Beulah Kearns; South Connellsvllle, Mrs Bess Conner Dunbar, Mrs Ella Courtney. Plan were made lor a Washington's Birth' day party at the close of tho ncx meeting on Tuesday evening, Fcbru iry 22. Bingo will b« played. Each member is to bring a hobo lunch. JACK CONSTANCE, FORMER CONFLUENCE MAN. MARRIED Miss Jean Bcal, daughter o£ Mr _and_Mrs. Norman Bcal of Ursin, and Jack Constance, son of Mr. ant Mrs. J. TvBoynolds of Confluence were married Friday evening at th parsonage of the Methodist Episco pal Church at Confluence. Rev. J. O Martin officiated ·. and Mrs. Constance will rcsld in Pittsburgh, where tho formur i employed. JUNIOR LEGION AUXILIARY TO TAKE PART IN PROGARIk The Junior American Leglo Auxiliary met Monday night at th Legion Home with the preslden Audrey Percy, In charge Routln business was transacted The Junior were asked to take part in the na tional defense program to be prc sented Monday night, Fobiuary 21 at a mcetins of the senior auxiliary Valentine Salmagundi Paris. The Epworth League of Jhc Firs Methodist Episcopal Church will hoi- a salmagundi Valentine party tonigh at 8 15 o'clock nt the small socla room of the church The First M. E senior choir and the Grcenwooi Epworth League uill be guests.' Miss Ruth Blacka will have charge There will be no admission and ar offering will not be taken. Democrat Women to Meet. The Woman's Democratic Clu_ will meet Monday night, February 14, at ! o'clock at the Arlington Ho tcl A bingo party for members an friends will supplement the meeting - 7 Licensed to Marrv. John W -BurkhoWer of Scottdal _nnd Hazel M._Eutscy ot Owcnsdal and Delbert^G- Halfcrty ol Ligonic nnd Sus.in E. Hicks o£ Dcrry wer licensed to wed at Grecnsburg. Baracas Will Meet. The Baraca Class of the First Bap tist Church will hold iti monthl meeting Thursday evening at 73 o'clock at tiie class room. DANCE- THURSDAY "jp EXILES' HALL S:'!0 to 1° S10.00 McReynolds Marks 76tb Birthday Justice June* Clark MoRoynolds Giving no hint of hU rumored retirement, Asaoclate Justice Jmu Clark McRej-noIds of the U S luprema court m»rk» hi* 76th birthday In Washington by taking a drive In his automobile Hs la considered the xtaunchut of the cooservntlrs bloo of the court. Steno Queen VALENTINE PARTY FOR CHILDREN OF MARX A Valentine party for the Children if Mary Sodality of St Rita's Church will be held tonight at 8 o'clock at he school hall The committee In ·hnrge, composed of Angela Vernava Antoinette Pujia, Irene Long nnc Gemma Molinnro, promise an enjoyable evening for all who attend Games, an exchange of valentines nnd a lunch will feature the evening Each girl who attends is to bring a valentine for the exchange. Dorothy Tborenson (abore) was elected "Queen of Stenograph!*," by a committee of fire pretty stcnos. to preside at tho third annual New York Stenographers' Ball, at tho Royal Windsor in New York City. (Central Prett) Daughters of Ruth Give Annual Banquet; Fifty-Six Present The diningroom of Trinity Lutheran Church was the scone Tuesday evening ot H lirgc and delightful social event, the occasion being the annual banquet, served cafeteria style, of the Daughters of Ruth Bible Class of the Sunday school. Appointments, symbolic of Valentine Day, ucrc perfect and attractive in every detail. Places for fltty-six members and guests were laid at the prettily appointed tables which were decorated with crystal \ uses of \ arl- colorcd (lowers, and lighted red tapers in crystal holders. The menu consisted of the man good things Accompanying a stuffed pork chop dinner. Grace w.is said by Mrs. W H. Hctrlck, teacher of the class. After the repast, a fine prorjnm was given. Miss Minerva KefTer secretary of the class, presented the guest entertainers, Miss Evelyn Murphy, and Miss Elizabeth B. Rupp Miss Murphy gave a humorous reid- ing, "Romeo and Juliet 1 and responded to an encore Miss Rupr w h o spent six months touring Europe, told of some of the highlights of her trip. She described her visit In Cairo, Egypt; Milan, Florence Naples and other places of mteres in Italy, and then took her listeners on on imaginary trip to southern France. Her description of Aries one of the oldest towns of France was especially interesting Committees in charge of the banquet were Kitchen, Mrs. Edward Bacr, Mrs. A W. Young, Mrs Robert Lciberger, Mrs C. Boy Hetzcl Mrs Kathryn Gordon and Mrs, F J. DoChambcau; diningroom--Mrs C A McCormick, Mis. W. W. Cun- mnghjm, Miis Ruth Mitchell, and Mrs. W W| Hoover. Mrs Young, president of the clnss thanked the entaincrs and lier committees for their -splendid cooperation FIREMEN S AUXILIARY GIVES BENEFIT PARTS The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Soutl Connellsville Volunteer Fire Com p,»ny gave a well attended card an bingo party Monday night at the fllremen's rooms. Prizes were won by the following- Five hundred-high, Mis. Sue Muiphy, second, Mis Ida Walk, third, Mrs Kennetl Pritchard; bingo--high, Mrs, Lyd Moore; second, Mrs Mary White third, Miss Stella Reagan; door-Mrs Kcslar D. of A. to Meet Mflgic Sister Council. Daughters o Ameuca, will meet Thursday night at Odd Fellows Temple RAINBOW CLUB GIVES ANNUAL DINNER AT OLD HOMESTEAD The annual dinner party of the Rainbow Club was held Tuesday evening at the Old Homestead Pcnnsville Covers were laid for eight gucub Dainty corsages o sman rosebuds tied with rainbow ribbon were favors. A birthday E"t exchange was held ttter in the evening Games, sew- na and conversation were the diversions J. L. rROUDFTT CLASS WILL MEET THURSDAY The J. L Proudflt Class of thi first Presbyterian Church will moe Thursday night at the home of Mrs H. W. McRobblc, 115 Snyder street The committee consists of Mrs. Me Robbie, Mrs J. P. Bnrbor, Mrs George P. Nairn and Mrs. C. L Me Donald. Mrs Robert Hooper will bo worship leader. The time is 8 o clock FIDKLJS CLASS TO MEET WITH MRS. J. H. DAWSON The Fidelli Class of the Firs Methodist bplscopal Church v.il meet at the home of Mrs. J. H. Daw son on East Green street Fridny eve nine at 8 o clock The committee in eludes Mrs. Dnwson, Mrs. Harrj Mitchell, Mrs John Scnor, Mrs. B H. Willard, Mrs Frank Sncency am Miss Martha Kauffm.in KING'S DAUGHTERS WILL MEET TUESDAY, FEB. 1 The Kings Daughters Circle o Trinity Lutheran Church will hoi its regular meeting Tuesday evening February 15, at the home of Mrs Ernest Kooser in Gollatin avenue. Liberty Woman Hoitcss The East Liberty Fancywork Clu uill meet Thursday f /enlng at th home of Mrs Kathcrine Patterson a Liberty. Assistance Board Sues Dunbar Couple For Relief Fund UNIONTOWN, Feb 9.--A suit tc recover $511 allegedly received i relief grant* was Instituted toda with Prothonotary John J. Brad against Joseph and Mary Uhcr o Dunbar township by the Dcpartmcn of Public Assistance, formerly th State Emergency Relief Board. In the action, it is claimed from August, 1933, to May 17, 1035, th defendants received assistance from the relief organizations while durin the same period they had two son Frank and Steve, employed at th Youghiofihcny Ohio Coal Compan nt Wynno, Westmoreland county during which time these boys carnc moie than $1,500. It was also revealed in the in formation that the family on Apr 22, 1922, purchased a 12-room hous on which there is no lion. Girl Born to Umbels. A daughter was bom this mornin at 12.05 o'clock to Mr. and Mis Bur Umbel of Hyndman street, South Connellsille. 'Tie baby, tho first i the family, has been named Vel Irene. Mrs Umbel is the forme Miss Lois Jean Grieve, daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Grieve South Connellsville. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBTTTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorities" DROPPING HONORS DROPPING unguarded kings or quconv icenui uncanny to many player*. Skilled declarers do it usually, though, without having to call on anything na abstmso a* intuition, hunches or other psychic phenomena. Moat of ouch event*, when they are not pure luck, result ·Ither from accurate card reading which enables tho declarer to locate the helpless honor or from a ufety play to protect himself from th« dangir of an unguarded honor winning. ( 4 6 5 3 2 V 10 9 B * · J104 + K Q » A T 3 * K 7 5 * Y 6 4 2 "A~ s. 4 A 8 7 V K 6 2 + A.82 A Q J 1 0 »Q*« · Q 9 S 3 4.1053 (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable ) North and South reached » contract of 3-No Trump on this deal, South having started with 1-No Trump, North Jumping to two and South bidding three. When the heart 4 was led, South allowed Eoal'a J to held and the Q wai won In the dummy with th* A. The club 2 was led and the 8 finessed, which Went won with tho K. A third heart wan led, which South won. A upade wu ed to the K and the club 4 played from dummy. I When East fplayed tho 6, Miu Janet Hardy of Pittsburgh, tho declarer, atoppcd long enough to con- elder what.Weat heid originally. She reasoned that, u West led from a suit of four to the 10 spot, le had no flvo-card suit, and Uiere- fora probably held two clubs. If ho had fake-carded with the K, ho held the Q, ** the 10 was placed with East , She therefore went right up with the A. In thla way the made game with three cluba and two tricks in each of the other suit*. # · · Tomorrow's Problem 4 K 7 B V A K 9 3 · 864 v Q 10 r « · 0 5 3 + 8 7 6 5 3 * A 7 + KQJ10 (Dealer: South. Both aides vulnerable.) What if South'* »afc»t play for 1-Spadca, doubled by West, the diamond K being the opening leadT U. S.-Anglo-Russ Allianke Would ChecK War, Claim By United .-reu. CHAPEL HILL, N. C , Feb. 8 -Alexander A Troyanovsky, Soviet ambassador to the United States, declared last night that an alliance ot the United States with Great Britain and Soviet Russia was necessary to prevent .mother world war. In an address before the non-psrtl- t,an political union of the University of North Carolina, Troyanovsky deplored what he termed the lack of cooperation among "peace-loving" countries. "No nation wants to lead the way," he said "They think they may precipitate a war and so they want'to pass the buck." He said he believed there was greater danger of war now than in 1913-14, prior to the World War, because "Germany was not m alliance with Japan at that time." The ambassador predicted that the Sino-Japanesc conflict would continue indefinitely unless "reason" compelled the two countries to reach a truce, or "peaceful countries" cooperated to force peace. OWNER OF CAR, RIDING IN BACK SEAT, FINED S50 FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING OLYMP1A, Wash., Feb. S-- The late law Is that the owner is re- ponsible for his automobile, and for whoever is driving It. So Ivan Jones, vho was a passenger in his own car, riding in tho bnck *eat, was fined $50 or drunken driving driver was drjnk. because the Monaghan Trial Anniversary Is "Forgotten" Day Yesterday was February 8 but to many the d.iy had no specific signi- Icancc Yet it was Just one year ngo,thot he "famed" Monaghan murder trials began at Somerset before Supreme Court Justice George W. Matey with the arraignment of State Trooper Stacy Gunderman Gundermnn was comicted of second degree murder and was paroled after serving 10 months of a 305 day sentence. Anthony Sunute and James A. Rcilly were acquitted In subsequent trials and the cases against nine others were nol pressed Grange Activities In Slate Subject Of District Session Plans for "greater grange activities in Pennsylvania" will be advanced at a district meeting Tuesday, February 15, in Rostravcr Grange Hall in Westmoreland county which will be attended by officials of subordinate and pomona granges of Fayettc, Westmoreland, Somerset, Allegheny, Greene and Washington counties. Master O. W. Rittcnhousc of Fay- ettc County Pomona Grange has received word from J. A. Boak of New Castle, State master, and Mrs. Ira Gross of Johnstown, State lecturer, that the district meeting is to be attended by nil masters, lecturers and deputies for the presentation ot the Pennsylvania-wide program of the State organization. Son Born to Ilemleys. Mr. and Mrs. C S Hernley ot Scottdale announce the arrival of a seven and three-quarter pound boy at Fnck Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant, Monday evening. The babe is the first child in the family. Mrs. Hcrnlcy, before her marriage, was Miss Betty Whctzcl of this city, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Yothers. Stork at Hospital. A son was born at 11:35 o'clock Tuesday morning at Connellsville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Salva- dorc Gaudicllo of 1218 Lcisenrlng avenue A daughter arrived for Mr. and Mrs. William Slrickler of Van- dcrbilt at 12 52 A M. Monday. SMART WOMAN SHE K N O W S IT'S N E C E S S A R Y TO KEEP ARMPITS CRY a. w.ll o. ODORLESS Hospital Patients. Henry Cavalier of 210 North 12th street, Miss Lilyan Mcrvis of 204 West Green street, Mrs. Lucy Gillison of Grindstone, Mrs Rose Basilc of West Gibson avenue, Mrs. Elsie Broderlck of 1006 Sycamore street and Oscar Kinnan of Connellsville, R. D. 2, have been admitted to Connellsville State Hospital for treatment. W I F E OF FORMER SOMERSET SCHOOL OFFICIAL DIES 3p«cUl to Th* Courier. NEYERSDALE, Fcb 9 --Mrs. Mary Ellen Gnagey Krctchman, 68, wife of W. If. Krctchrrum, former superintendent of Somerset county schools, died Monday at her home «t 301 West Main street, Somerset. She had become ill in May, 1037, but recovered sufficiently to be up and around her home until October 20 when she became bedfast Mrs, Krctchman was born near Mcycrsdale in Summit township on March 21, 1869, a daughter of the late Samuel D. and Susan Walker Gnagcy. She wns united in marriage to Mr. Kretchman August 30, 1008, and lived nt various places In the county where her husband's work collrd him Mrs. Krctchmim was n lifelong member of the Mcyersdalc Churcli ot the Brethren. She leaves her husband, one brother, Daniel S. Gnagey, and one sister, Mrs. Ltaie Bella Krctchman, both of Mcyersdale The funeral service was held this afternoon at the home with Rev. T. Rodney Coflman, pastor of the Somerset Church of tho Brethren, officiating assisted by Rev. Dr. George L Roth, pastor of St. Paul Reformed Church of Somerset. Interment wns made in Union Cemetery here. COUNTY AMERICAN LEGION COMMITTEE TO MEET TONIGHT The Fayettc County Amenc.-m Legion Committee will meet tonight at 7 o'clock in the American Legion Homo nt Umontou n Valentine Dance Temple VAXDEKBILT, PA. Friday Evening, February 11 th Joe Stefan's Orchestra Hours 0 to 1 ADXISSIOX SOc 35c ISl'Afc! Hi'l J'l DIXXER _ TliutMluy, Fcbruiirj JO, 1938 7 00 P. M to 10 00 P. M. HAAS HOUSE 111 South %\alcr Street SHORT OF CASH This short month? G«t o ' Pononal' £ocm to tfds you ovor. Only ONE thing soodod here: --tho ability to repay unoll, regular amounts on any loan plan ioluclei Quick, private loivlce. Aik lor FREE BooUoL Com* In--ot phone NOWI LOANS up to MOD -- AIL PLANS PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY CHu M t C i o i y a W Ciuwfaid AM. Phone 34, Connells,ville 11 Unseen l u c n d WJAS iiiturdj* 8 I' M Special Meeting. Local No. 240, Paper Mill Workers, Thursday night at 7 30 o'clock in Columbus Fraternal Hall on West Side. H. Nelson Moon, president-Advertisement --9f cb-lt. New Cream Deodorant Safely Stops Under-arm Perspiration 1. Dcos not rot d-oscas-- dooB not Irritate skin. 2 ^ -waiting to dry. 3 Can b* usod right after shaving 4. Stops perspiration 1 to 3 doyi. j. White, greasoless, vanishing croam. A R R I D 3°c a far ot rfrvg and dtpartmtnt We know what jta'rt thinking about, young fellow. You'rewondamgwhiCChicfoimy-loo king blzcfc thing is. Well, my fice Ia3, that's not a plaything. Your pirer.a (chose nice people yon live with) call that thing a telephone. It's pretty important to them. And to you, tool The day yon arrived, your Daddy ised that telephone many times. And nobody knows hew often Mother has used it ... oajrsur account. That time you got sick at night--remember?--well it came in mighty handy then, ttluvtiu! Yes sir, that telephone means a lot in your young life. But you needn't worry your curly head about it. We're going to keep your telephone service fast, accurate and Jtftndalli. We buy the finest telephone equipment in the world. It's constantly tested and kept in perfect condition And it's operated by people who know their jobs-who can be trusted to do them well. We'll take no chances on your telephone service. Sonny, because... well just because little boys and girls like you are pretty important to all of us And besides, we Itkt to do the job n^bt' T H E B E L L T E L E P H O N E C O M P A N Y O F P E N N S Y L V A N I A

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