The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 24, 1932
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BLYTHEVILILB^ (ARK.) COURIER NEVV8 Stptty Cdlendat '•''. -.';•. .. Hunter •• • ;Tbe' members of the . Mtelcnuy SocWy of tbt Lake :*tr*rtltothodfjt church »r« hiring a quilting parly in the church this afternoon. Mrs. Rives Allen has the Matinee Bridie club members today. Mrs. Everett B. Gee is entertaining the Thursday LunclKon club. The Rho Alpha chapter of the EpsiloD SJjma Alpha is meeting in 'the club room 'at Hotel Nobel tills meeting Tu«day evcnfng (n the fhurch. The following oftlwrs were elecUxl to serve for the nent >lx moilttu: preeldenl, Bessie Hells; vice presidents; Helen Hardln. Alice Eastburn »nd Willie MuJer,* secrelary, Minnie Howard; assistant-secretary, Mrs. C. C. Tuck f , „. „. ,^ v _ irB^iLt'd into iJratiK'auy eve «r; .treasurer. Helen Ridings and « n d has been successful. 'Aside reporter Irma Oliver. , rom the fact that members of the Mrs. J. P. Friend IE the teacher club are Improving their education of (he class. Buffet Clkk Me*U W1U Mr.. Wkttt. Mrs, J. Louis Cherry has the Mid- Week Bridge club today. The ladles Bible class of the First Methodist church Is entertaining the board of stewards Thursday evening at 7 o"cloci In the church. There will be out-of-town speakers. Mrs. H. M. Atkinson U hostess to the Thursday Rook club. FrMay The Pro-School p. T. A. Is meet. in* with Mrs. R, E. Blayloclt at 2:30 this afternoon. The Woman's club Is meeting at 2:30 at the club house in observation of George Washington's blr'.ii- d»y T.lth a bicentennial program. Jesse White Saturday evening M. *".*• L " N - " e .'f tas '^ « v ' ter the luncheon bridge was en- ° ral ycars lcncllhl e experience In Joyod for several hou? s with Mrs, "P^ 1 "" «nd has also had spec- arlfJln Eckle as winner ol the high score among the ladles and Jesse , . WhlW. , he winner among the L , n(en Sm|r ,, A , Ha. CIMekea Dtoaer For G»ett. Jin < Claude Allen entertained a 'lew/of' her friends with' » chicken dinner Tuesday In honor of Mrs. Jimes C. Allen, who. has been visiting v relatives and friends here for several days. Quests enjoying the dinner were: Mrs. Charles Sanders, Mrs. Henry Pollard and son of Yarbro, Mrs. A. O. Gable and Mrs. Shields Ed- »ards 1 - • « • FtKfc Grcwp Has BfJKfH Luncheon. the Faith group of the Woman's Council of the First Christian church re silted a neat sum from- a benefit luncheon held In the -home of Mrs. John C, Me-. Haney Tuesday from 11:30 until l o'clock. Luncheon I was served to n&re than- SO from the tables arranged In the living and din- ning?iooins. The color scheme of greei'i and- white carried out the •St. Patrick's motif. ',.' . .: '. ' • •> • » . V«fif M»lrom CUb Meets, Mri Harry'-Hairies and Mrs. G. G. Giudill were guests when Mrs. W...-P. Veatey entertained the members of the Young Matron'.) BrMii club * Tifeidiy afternoon. Mr*;;; Max B. Reid won the prize, bathX-lowels, for high score. Plum pudding salad with whipped? cream, crackers and coffee were served by the hostess. . -. •- \* * * • KrsS Boriun" 1I« ,„, „, , t iwius ui uniiM irom LUC: L^ross, The Woman s Missionary union John 10: 20-ai, "He siiytUi unto of the 8econd Baptist church held his molher, "Woman behold thy ' ^iL n ?h "l!J tlng ?« dRy " ler : 60n -" ' Ihm sa >' elh hc to "* noon to the. Wme of Mrs. Robert dlwlple, "Behold thy mother." T.v1nr In »h.,Mri. .HH.M^ -rh... n ham prlor ' (o lent(m scr . . Taylor In thB'Pride Addition. There i-ere seven members present and _, •Sirs. Edg»r ?-Borum * as hos teas to the Tuesday Luncheon club with Mrs. Lewis Green as guest. Alter the luncheon, bridge was enjoyed with Mrs. Park Hatchett being presented with a box of face po» high score prize. The home was ' prettily decorated with jonquils.. " ' ' Mrs. LcRoj Hu Woman's MtartoMry Sockty. Mrs. W. J. LeHoy was hostess to twenty-one members of the Lake Street Methodist church mis. sionary society Monday afternoon. During the business session it was planned to meet in the church Thursday afternoon and quilt for a benefit sale. .They also decided to plant a tree on the church lawn during the week in observance of the Washington Bicentennial. ' l : Nei»hb.r. H«W MM* !*___ The Royal Neighbors, he Id their regular business session Tuesday evening at 7: 30. In the home of lirs. J. B. Foster, on Broadway During the transaction ol business the Installation ol officers lor the year was held. A toclal hour »»s enjoyed with the hostess serving a refreshment course. CteM Etecto OITMers. The Phllathea class of ihe First Baptist church, held Us monthly will be awarded each child who lias finished ihe prescribed course. the Brand llnal will be a Slulce- -^Mrean evening, pageant or play having the children portray the characters. The . national association now reaches Into practically every state _. " tJHT.) I1RVC The Buffet Supper club was en- enthusiasm. and mastery of English, there Is a social feature. Parents and teachers have endorsed the plan with - tertained In the home of Mrs. Mrs. Reeves Allen will enler- taln th» club In h,r Vinmi. 0,1 """n wrvlces will be held at WMk lhe pl '8 rlm 1'Ullicran church will, the Rev. 11. J. Klclndlcnst as pastor, 8 o'clock Thursday even- HcM Br B»pll»t W. M. '}. .» ,,, ,. —. 4..^^... H ..u Y:L-CS tne pastor wi Bjrs. Wrgl Holt was In charge. Bible Fundamentals. 'Hlj prcmltt to Me", was sung sy the troup, .followed by offering at fjraj-er, Mrs. W. M. McParland. Mrs. Sam Overtoil led the devotional period taking her ntudy 'rom the lOtth Psalm. Mrs. Virgil Holt dismissed with a prayer, Choir Member* Han Wnntr-Social. . Tire members of (he Flret Presbyterian church choir enjoyed a dinner nnd social lii the church social rooms Tuesday evening with the Rev, and Mrs. Marsh M. Callo- say and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Erdman, of Columbia city, Ind., guests of Mr. and Mrs, Ross Stevens, as gueste. The dinner wss served In buffet style with each table In color scheme of yellow with low bowls of Jonquils as cente* plecei. Dart ball wai the feature game of the social hour. el** Meets. Members of the Tuesday Contract club »ere guests of Mrs. May Aldrldge this week. In the -five progrmlons Mrs, Floyd White won the prize, a bottle ol perfume. A! profusion pf Jonquils decorated "(He, home 5>r the occasion. A dainty refreshment course was served tq the two tables of players. F. T. \. Holds SUI> Count. f Senior High School P. T. A. i'eld their • second lesson of S weeks study course Tuesday evcn- ng at 7:30 In the high school auditorium. Miss Willie Lawson, county school superintendent and tflss Selma Lentz, social science cacher of high school, directed he lesson with 30 parents study- ng "Mental Hygiene". Miss Lentz will conduct the cludy next Tuesday evening using he physical and mental phase of Ihe subject. To Form A National Junior Shakcspr.irean Club. Miss Pauline Hale, special representative of lhe Junior Shakespeare Story-telling club has appointed Mrs. L. N. Henbcst as local organizer to form a branch of the club here. The club Is educational in purpose and .is designed to acquaint every grade" child with the works jchool English studies while those classics. :r;r^:,'- r '' Mrs. L".N. Henbcst has hud ECV Bits oj News Mostly Personal WRDNKSDAY, FRiWUAUY 24, 19S2 S. D. Carpenter, county agricultural agent at Osccola, spent Tuesday here on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. J. Allen drove to Memphis Monday to take their son, JJnuny to noscman Clinic to undergo a tonsllectomy. They relumed yesterday evening. Plant Holly Tree on Shawnee School Campus JOINER, Ark. — The George Wnshlnglon bicentennial was observed by th?, Sliawnee Parent- Tcncher association with n tree planting Monday, February 22. A beautiful holly tree was placed on the school campus In memory cf the flrsl president. The nclilress was delivered "by Miss Willis Lawson. county .supcr- Intendejil of schools. The program also Included Die singing of America, by Ihe assembly, dedication of the tree, by Mrs. J. T. Lee, the planting ceremony, In wlilcli Mrs. R. L. Johnson, Mrs A. Hu,ghes and Mrs. J. H, Wilson participated . llic acceptance of Hie school, and ' Ihc benediction, by the ncv. Paul Galloway. .. . H 'n Al ! u ', I , i ' :ln ails!ta! tell us- [hat people It Is surprising drove . Lutheran Cliurcli. Lenten kervlces will be he-Id at , Ing. This is the 3rd word .of the words of Christ from the Cross. vices the pastor will lecture 6n Dtlpha Plirla Hu Business. The Dclpa Phela chapter uf apiia Alpha Phi fraternity held Its business meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Knppa rooms. Plans nere ninde for n danc a Friday. March 4, at the club house. Among other business transactions, Bonnie. Umficld mid Harry Mntlock ucrc .selected as delegates to attend the Dixie Council meeting In Jonesboio, March IB. The chapter Is composed of Ihc following active members: J, W. Adams, Paul Buckley, liennic Burfield, Raymond Cane ol Carutheu- vllle, James Edwards, Clyde Essary, Caiuthcrsvllle, Virgil Fisher, Bernard Jaggers, Harry Matlock of Steclc, John Sawyer and Pete Scott of Caruthersvllle, Robert Shirley, Raymond Slnglctary and Rondel Stephens. The chapter has one pledge, Charles Cotie of Carulhersvillc. Osccola ' '..Society— Personal ,.^ The Baplist Woman's Missionary Union met at the home of Mrs. Clyde Cagle Monday afternoon lor study «f the mission study course t«ught by Mrs. R. H. Jones frotn the text, "Pioneer Women, 1 : by Una Roberts Lawrence. Eleven, members were present and Joined tn discussion of chapters relating the work done by Mlis Grace Clilfora, a mlssionnry of the home board, among the Osage Indians of Oklahoma and work dons In the mountain schols of the south. Mrs. p. M. Snngsler, president of the W. M. U., who has been 111 for the past three weeks, was able to be out and presided at the meeting. Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Welch entertained fncmbers of Iho board ol deacons of th; First Baptist church at a fellowship meeting at Ihelr home here Monday evening, especially welcoming John Scaton and F. E. TompVlns, rawly appointed deacons. Delicious erefreshments were rf tin. fnmnnV «,vi It .H Delicious crefreshmcnts were tlU'^t'T^mem % 'rZ ™f "»'° Kl "' » »'-»' * «"- PChnAl PnCTlicl\ rtl.rllni. ...^ill« *l.~-.. JllUjJ. . Mr nnd Mrs. George Adams nnd _.,,„ „_„ - . , ,— . • Air ana sirs, ueorgc Auams am IH«,, E. f°">»»te enough to , nfant daughtcri j^c, spent t |,e advance beyond the grades will WC( . k . end here with Mrs Adams' have a workjng-knowledge of ihc raoth . MrS- Jolm whlte , T1 '™".~'i •-"'•"•:••; , , , vraro accompanied by Mrs. Ad- The plan-consists of story hours „,„,. „, Pcnr , Cattwrl8m . W ,, D lor the children «hcn groups will ls attending school In LHtlc Rock, meet and tell Shakespeare stories „,,„ who vls | tcd hcr |rarcllU s, Mr. in simplified form. Clubs for dif- nnti Mrs R . A . carlwright. lerenl ages will be formed begin nlng with the first grade and in E. Miller of Osccola nnd E. I! IJoRnti of Luxora. The Jewish Ladles Aid will H;M — ° •-. vitu «n *uuic:>;> uu uvuLt-i »rjian- lici'c Wednesday evening at thr eluding the eighth grade. Prizes ingt6 n as „ Mason nt a meeting j home of Mrs. L. K. Harwaiv un; : Mill h. nK*^ .. ,, n ,i«,,, ,.„„„, .. Mrs. Harwarg and Mrs. Rose C'nu!- b2rg hostesses. J. B. Burin, of Osccola, dcliv- '• crcrl an address on George Wash- Reeves Allen Is a business vis- tor In Jonesboro this week. J. E. Crltz, county agricultural agent nnd Miss Cora Lee Colenan, county home deinonslrallon agent, attended 4H club meetings n Lcachvllle and'Carml Tuesday.. Mr. nnd Mrs. James fi. Clark •spent yesterday In Carnthersvlllc with Mrs. Clark's brother \vlio is seriously 111. W. D. Chamblin of Sardls, Miss., Is visiting several days with his sens, W. D. Chamblin, Jr., and D. Chamblin and families. Wilson Cane Is In Potosl, Mo., lor n brief visit, Mrs. L. O. Hutchlnson nnd daughter, Nellie Caincs, formerly of Goodman, Miss., spent last night with Mrs. HiUchtnson's brother, Dr. C. E, Wilson ami family, en roule to Stcele, Mo., to make their home. C. L. Wilson Is in Cape clrar- clesu, Mo., on business today. Mrs. J. H. Hollis has as her guests for a few <iays her mother and sister, Mrs. Kelly and Nathel Kelly of Parasould. Boyd Lester of Union City. Tenn.; has returned after n week's visit with relatives and friends. Miss Dixie Marler of Jonesboro will visit the later part of thu week hero with friends. Mrs. 'S. D. Carpenter of Osceola^ was a Blythcvlllc visitor loda'y.-v, Miss Mary Hires Is improving alter several days Illness. Mrs. J. W. Solomon Is seriously 111 at her homo on South 12th street. : Burton Leigh of Fayctte, Ala.,. Is a business visitor to Blytheville and surrounding communities this week: Roscoe Crofton ol Little Rock, former resident of this city, was a. visitor here today. ". .-. Telephone Operator at Cooter Transferred COOTER, Mo.—Mrs. Nora May. who lias been tr.e telephone operator at the Cooler exchange for several months, will be transferred March 1 to the exchange at Black Oak, Ark. Mrs. May has been con- liecled with the Texas Telephone company for several years. Mrs May's place will be filled hers by Miss Bculah Wright, who is Ihe daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wright, of the Wright market and grocery, slore. Faithful Dog Seeks Dead Master At Each Train HER1NOTON, Ktvns. (UP) Three years ago, a little do?. "BM- mer," accomijanicd his muster. \V1]- llam Soils, (o the station here. Sells was goiii5 east for an operation. H: never returned. • But "Boomer" belioves Sells will come back. He meets every pas".-n- scr train that stops M ilcrhi^Uii: and cat'trly runs between the travelers as they alight. Fulling to f-.:- c . his owner, he disappears, but i,-turns when the next train is d-.i.-. paniod to the ineoellng by i-':::: s ; -. --t,--... D — —— . .-....,. nijgiuii us it imiauu lit .i iiivLiiuj; iwill b e offered »t various stages c f Ihc Masonic lodge in Paragon!:! |ol the competitions and diplomas Monday evening. He was accom- IViiss lona Castman and Robert V. Mallory Wed COOTER, .Mo,—The uiinounc!- nient ol Ihe wedding of Robert Vic- lory Military, 21, of Cooter to .Miss Icna Castman, also of Cooler, wus m.ii-e yesterday. The ceremony was by trc Rev. E. o. Sleph- CEOII, pastor of the local Baptist I'bnrch. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. :'.:icl Mrs. Burl Caslman. prominent Innr.cis uf Peniiscot county. Slie is i isailer n religious and social circles ami a graduate o fthe Cooler 'Ugh school. Mr. Mallory js the son of Mr. ati-1 Mrs. I. W. Mallory He Is an expert typist and also a graduate of the ocal high school. The couple will make tbeir home here. Hayti Society—Personal km,,/ many play bridge, and .., „ Hint the majority of them knoir lilllc or nothing about Ihe iule> of the yame. , In every other snort cr earnest (he participants and the. fans insist on close adherence to the rules, but ai ihc bridge table people will not only constantly violate rules, but will become Quito angry 11 you insist on ihe ten- ally which Is Justly provided. For example, let's say you l;jd one heart, and then Mis. Smith on your left bids oao diamond. Von .say, "Mrs. Smith, that Is in Insufficient bin," and she says, sorry-- was talking to Mrs. Jones and didn't hear yon cr.e heart. Well. I will pas ..." When yon inform hcr that Irsl of nil her partner Is barred rom furilicr partIcipalion in the motion, and secondly that .she I The revoke is |11M muses Quite a few argit- l.raguc mems. A renounce, which Is the several |failure to follow suit when you ntc you .or your partner leads or plays 16 the following trick." You '" " that and le; Number by Intermediate trades of Cardwcll school; Song, lih g, 1( j 8lh graces, Curdwcll; Number by Antioch; Drill, Coclirmn; Closing song, • "America," by all, accompanied by high school orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Hieman Kohn and Mr. laughter Irma Suo molorcd to Ve« .Mndrid Sunday and visited !r. and Mrs. M. Fr.inkle.' Lloyd J. Mnliins, who has been 111 for some lime, Is Improving Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cramer visited friends in Slkeston Sunday Eil Jot»3 of Blytheville was here Saturday attending to business at the East Arkansas Lumber company. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stenglc and bildrcn of St. Louis spent the week-end hero with Mr. and Mrs. '. T. Buckley. Joe Kohn returned home Sat- Jrday from St. Louis where he has ten visiting his mother,' Mrs, Rachel Kohn, who Is receiving medi- -al treatment for her eyes at the lewlsh hospital. J. L. -Wright and daughter In.ra •vere in Blytheville Monday after, neon. - •: ; •. ' .'• .' ',"'.',£••; 'Mrs. FJoyd Mnlhls lias nccepfcd a position us w'pjtcr at Gwln's cafe and bjgan work. Sunday. Julius Kohn of Kennell was rre Sunday vhitlng relatives. Miss Essie Spencer, who has Leer miite ill \-1lh the flu and asthma, is Improving.. Mifs Lucille Bi'annum of Tlor- ncrsvlllc- spent the wrq't-end here With her brother, Cecil Brannum. and wife. John Trail t returned home Saturday from Doud when? he has been visiting his daughter. Mrs. John Engtc. Scott Wnllnrc ,iml Miss Oolda Meyers motored to Cajw Girordeau Sunday and were nccompanbd home that evening by Mrs. Lizzie Wallace who has been visiting her son. Herbert Wallace and family. Mrs. Jack Chlsm and Miss Llllb Hanspirc went to Blylhcville Monday afternoon where Mrs. Chism received medical treatnicnl. Hfttrinii Martin and Ed Bell, who have been camping near the river near Black Island, returned home Saturday. Herbert Johnson of Charleston was here Sunday visiting ML\ and Mrs. Lon Uidgeway. Gale Ball, who is u-orkiiij; at the Huttz cafe of Wes', Memphis, spent Ihe week-end licic with his father. E. I,. Ball. J. H. Mumford. vho has bceen working at. Trinnaini. Ark,, re- lumed home Saturday. mist nov. make :t Milficii'iu dec-ia- illon. .she is apt lo l.ccomc Quite angry, while II Iho true spirit ol sportsmanship were at (lie bridge able you would nol even have lo ifk for your [iciialty. Mm. Smith would say immediately, "V.'cll, partner, 1 a:n sorry —that bars you from the bidding anil It Is necessary for me lo make ny bid sufficient." Of co'.irsj Mrs. Smith dc-:s not have lo bid two diamonds—she can bid one spade or one na trump, as eilhcr of these ire sufficient to ovcrcall your bid i „ -•• • ^— ~ "• -* if one heart ""•' ""'ocation, Rev. W. T. Slub- Piayinj Q11 i of lh= wrong hand ' bleflcld ' pastcr cf C;lrdwt '" M is another rule lliat is much :tcd. When llic declarer leads Ihc wrong hand, lie is not j;m»ltlcd to correct it himself— Hospital Notes Robsrt McHalTey of cltv was idmlltcd today for treatment. S<\LEM. Oregon. iDI'i — On?on's automobile registration In 1D31 dropped 15.000 over Ihe 1930 figures. fl cannot go back afier correct your I'ttiomice. e time that you or your partner lead cr piny lo Hie next irick. the renounce can be corrected, but when once the revoke Is established, the pjay must proceed irom there. AI the end ol [he hand, tho nonlruvoklng side simply, reaches over and takes two Hicks from you and adds them to its own tricks, counting for tl)em just the satno as If they had been won in actual play. : . Leant the, rulcs>-accept penalties jjmcJoiisly—and -insist on iwn- altici thai arc ilue lo you. Oh, yes—(he cards , m ist ' Mill be cut—arm it is the de.iler'u right lo complete the cut. (Copyright, 1M2, NBA Service, Inc.) Buffalo Township Schools Give Washington Program CARDWELL. Mo.—All the schools of BuITnlo township yftileil in »iv- Ing a Washington's 'birthday program at the Ca'rdVi-cll-iilgh'sciicol gym Monday afternoon. A great number of people were present, and most of the piaying floor Imrl to IK ulilizecl for Ernlijjg space J E. Summit, superintendent of Cardwell schools, served as master of ceremoni-s. Program was as follows: Song, star Spangled Banner, by lhai lead s'.amis unless Hie oppo- ncnts cull 'nileution lo Ihc fact .hat he has led out of the wrong hand, and they may then demand that ho lead Ihe s'ame suit from the correct hand. Quito often yon will hear ihc lummy say, "Parlm-r, ;hu lead Is In the dummy." or "Partner. th e lead is In your lisnd." The minute that the dummy informs partner which hand has His lead, the cpponenl!,' then have Ihe rijlil to r.ame Ihc hand frum which the declarer must !e.ul, b'.it cf course they rto not ' have the right lo :iama the suit he must lead. ilrill. Buck Donic ,. department; song, Antioch; Number by Forest .Grove; Song. Anlicch: MhU!:t, by girls of Cardwell high school; Number by primary and intermediate grades, of Cardwell school; Song. Duck Don- YO U SAVE IN BUYING |f/^BAKING IVV^ POWDER For Pains Due To Neuralgia! Millions have found Quick re fio:i) iieiiraljic 'hradnchcs, rtini- matic pains, and women's pains by taking Capudine. Beimj liquid it gives relief much quicker lhan lab- lets ur ponders. It roolhes the nerves and quickly stops the pain. Capndine dots no't upset the slomach and docs not. conlain opi- ales. At drug slores In lOc, 30c, and OOc bodies, also by (he dose at founts. — Advs. 3-11 Vou save KC. Use LESS (funol priced branch. IT'S DOUIU ACTING MIlllOMS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR COVERNMEN.T RITZ THEATRE FRIDAY ONLY Everyone lias heard of Ruth Uoyal, on the radio—Don't Miss This Chance of Sueing and HeKrinj; Her ii> I'arson in the Mothers! t* reduce your family "C*KU-Tax'< use UM Vlck Plan {or better "Control-oC-Colds" Use Togcthc Swccl {'ream HuKor, 3«c I.h. CHW. qfft. IOOO SON05 hi* * A MINIATURE MUSICAL COMfDY x I'ASTKUKl/KI) .MILK me Qnnrl Uolivorcd 1'hone 71 With Miss Royal nnd her Knsurn.s, a well rouliiiwl sgo orchestra, and a lievy of beaiitifiil girls offering ensemble dance routines. They will give you an evening full of entertainment »*• on b'— Matinee—2:30. Aihn.—ir> nnd SOL' Night—fii-li"). Adm.—-J5 and oOc Picture JVosratn—"I'KACH-O-UKXO", with Borl Wheeier .. . and Robert ' Style and Price Appeal in Our Showing of — SPRING COATS . All Styles . All I'onuHir MiUeriuls . . Sixes for All $10 up SUITS ' Are Popular Now for Sports or Dress Wear Some Charming Styles Here ' up These Colorful SCARFS Will ad so rmirh ID ynur cosluniL' . . . Low .priced, Inn! • • GLOVES •With Purses to Match A chic cnmbinalion iiripri'mlcd by the well dressed woman. Miss Whitsitts Shop :*v:

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