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( Ajfap COURIER NEWS Society Caiendd • Mrs. Charles Crlgger is hoslcss lo the New Wednesday Bridge club. The Wednesday Bridge cluu Is m:ellng with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. The Parent-Teacher association of Use Sudbury school is meeting al 3:30 o'clock. The Jewish Laolcs Aid win -meet al 8 o'clock In Temple Israel. The Ladles Bible class 'oPthe Church of Christ h holding a Bible iludy at 2:30 in [lie home of Mrs. Howard Gil!. The Delphian chapter is meeting at. 8 o'clock at Hotel Noble U'lth Mrs. R. N. Ware jr., as lender Thursday Mrs. Russell Phillips is hostess to the Thursday luncheon club. Tlie Mid-Week club is meeting with Mrs. Cecil Slrane. Mrs. J. T. Ashley is hostess to a tea for tin? Armorel school faculty this afternoon. Friday Tiie Dorcas class of (lie First Baptist, church Is having in regular business meeting nnd parly Friday evening at 7:30, with Mrs W M. Crowe as liosless. Crate McFarland A Winner In National Contest. Miss Grace .tfcFarlnml Im-plac- cd among !3 winners In the- national contest of Hie Federal Art Schools In Minneapolis. Minn: She . has received $25 on an art course but detailed infonnnlion is ( 3 ^ mailed Inter. This honor Is only on 0 of many for Miss McFarlaiul us slie .ln« won a number of places in cou>i- ty contests, having rccciicd a cup In (he county federal contest ln-lri hi Cteccola sonic time ago as well as lire l piQc,, nt different counlv lairs here unit ill the P. T. A 'contest. Miss McKarlimd's early (rafntnj was under direction of Miss Tibithn Budbury. >' • * * »M Spelling Match Is A Tic. The spelling match among .-Use members of the 8A1 class of the Blytlicvlllc Junior high school cmnc lo a close Friday wilu, Ihe l«o dlv- .isloas ticing for first place. The captains were W. T. Burns "and Wcpdrow Carter. Another, match will be held In the near future. • » • tike Street w. M. S. . HoMs BnlncS5 Meeting. The Lake Slre3t Methodist -Wo! nun's Missionary society held Ms monthly; business meeting-, Monday alterncon In the church with 15 members attending. Atler the officers read their reports 1', was voted lo sell the quilt, \vliicU they .recently quilted to Mrs. George Shanks far $G. . Mrs. Adrian Church concluded the devotional. • » • Methodist W. M. S. Hai Meeting; Mocday. Thirty members of the W. M. S of the First Methodist church gathered In lh c church yesterday afternoon (or their business mccl- ing. After (he regular routine o! business was transacted, Mrs. A. C. Haley look charge of the dcvo- • tlonal period. The Rev. Pauf lioric also made an Interesting talk and announced « revival to be held at an early date. • Mrs. Wilson Henry sang, "Pen- tccoslal Poner". accompanied by Mrs. o. C. OansJce on the piano. Mrs. J. E. Crilz and Mrs. W. L. Ilorncr who mre appointed delegates from the society will spend Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Forrest City attending the annual conference ol the North Atkausas Woman's Missionary Society. The hostesses named for the program meeting to b= held In '.he church Monday afternoon are Mes- L-iaines W. F. Brewer. E. J. Bruv.nc, F. D. Smith. T. J. croivder, Wns'-e- cr Baker anil Herman Cross. An'nounccmcnl has been made of thc marriage of Miss Alice East- turn of this cltty to Roy L.IU.IV of Mammoth Springs. Mo. The wedding occurred Friday, March 'J'., in Thaycr, Mo. Miss. Eastburn Is the daiighlr-r ui Mr. and Mrs. S. II. EasUrarn and Is well known, having lived here all her life. She is a graduate of Blythcvill: high school. They will reside in , Mammoth Springs. Mo., where Mr. LalTily is employed with the Ark-Mo. Ppwcr company. • * * U. I). C. To Meet April II. The Ellio! Fletcher cJupirr of Ihe United Daughters of Uie Confederacy will meet in Lvixora Thursday. April H. This is llic regular bi-monthly miccllug. • • • Chililcrs-MrMlnn. Miss Dora Lcc McMInn and Johnnie Childcro, both o! Roseland. Ark. obtained a marriage license here March 31 and were married by Justice ot Peace A. J. Lewis of Roseland. • . • • Ttnj ChA MteU. • .The P*crry home demonstration club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. W. Wooley. • Quilt blocks. were discussed, anl It was decided to make the '3 Bonnet Sue" 1 to be raffled off to buy the Perry chit a sealer for use »-lth its canning equipment. Miss Cora Lee Colcmjn. home demonstration agent, gave an in- Miss Cora Lee Colemari Heads Blvtheville B. and P. W. Club M\ss Cora I.cc Colcman,-county home demonslration agent, was elected president ol the Business and Professional Woman's club Monday evening In Hi; elub loams at the Golt Holcl. Other officers ;:amci waie: fir.! vice - president, Mrs. Jicinlco C. Jones; second vice-president, Mrs. Hiilda Olx.'1-sl; recording secretary, Miss Mnyjnc Louise Edwards; correspMidlng secretary, Mrs. Lesvls l'hllll|)s; lr?as- uici, Ml.ss Cora Lee ualdrldgc; pnrllamcnlarlnn, Mrs. Hal tie Smiddy. Rcjwrts of the year's work was read by chairmen of commiiu-r-s, with Miss Marie Ihivnhh giving iu'H'iiiio ar.d Uullelin anil Legislative i upon anil Mlbs Cora Lee Coleman thi* Kinblem report. Mrs. Sadie Crews gave her report of the Health committee and Mrs. Bernice, Jones for Research nnd Public Relations. Mrs. Reynolds read •hcr/ircporl ns chnlrjiian ol Iivtcinailrfnal Relalions- and- Mrs. Lewis Phillips on Publicity. Miss Clara Ruble Is chairman of the Program t-cnimlltcc and Mrs. K. Belt ot (he Flower Fund and each told cf her year's work. Misses Margaret Cfo?s. and Mil r drccl and Marie Culdwell were clotted lo membership and Mrs. Bits oj Neus Mostly Persona! (cresting talk on lucdiug the Inm- lly. Hlie also gave a demonstration on Ectling the table. Afterward she criticized n "Hose of Shannon" quilt block Mrs. Perry had with her, ant! found only one mistake. Everyone Is urged to attend the next, meeting. Mlrs Mildred Brldgcr and Rulf Cialllnn, both •' of Cavulhersville, were mntrlcd here Saturday by the R:\-. W. J. Lelloy, paslor ot .he r.nke Slrecl Mdhmllst church, the ceremony ' was said In (he presence of n small ' group of friends.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Galllan will reside in Carulhersvlllo. • * » ' Ha.viKs-Samplc. Mfss Dally r Sample and Chavlcs Hayncs of Armorel were quietly narflc'd' here Saturday. The Rev. 1. n. Sheppaid performed the ccr- .mony. Lircusb Issued. Marriage license .was issued lo fi;.3 Clara Branch of West Hldgc ml J. W. Bunch of Osceola, Sal- ndny, April 2. • * V Church Society tkcts Officers. Raymond Moore was elected prescient o( thc Christ's Ambassadors Voting Peoples meeting held Sunday evening in Ihe Assembly of Oori church on West Ash slrecl. Other officers selected were: vice-president, Maxlnc Boswell; secrohiry- '.reasurer, Jewell Boswell: choir endsr, Annie Stalcup. tuxl reporter, Mamie Perry. there were 21 present and ttc L'sson was led by Bill Thurmond. Churches Have Joint Social. The Missionary societies of (ho 'Irst and Second Baptist churches held a joint social in Ihe First church social rooms Monday afternoon H-llh the ladles of thc Mailla church as guests. Prior lo the :ocbl activities a mission study wits Hostesses for the aflernoon \\crc Mcsdamrs U. W. Mulllns. Robert Grimes. Ixiwfs Wilson. A. S. Smith. H. A. Livingston and Llpscomb. Refrigerator loaf and collcc was served to the CO attendants Cora Ltc t'oltnun John Long nnd Mrs. Mne Aldrldge v.cre reinstated. • Thc last lesson on Inlernalloiwl ftetallons, superi'l.wd by (he University ol Arkansas, will Ire given next Monday evening on thu sub- Jfct, "Arkiinsns". It was announced ihe.l a banquet 111 celebration of the International Rclallons lessens will h? hold soon, W. Kourle and Lee Sallba ol Cairo, 111., visllcd MIS, p. Gtorcc Wi".incsdiiy. Mcsdamcs Irene linwen, Noble limit, Alvln- WtiiidcrJIcli nnd Sam Bowen slioiuKd in Blylliuvillc L Thurstlay. • ; Mrs. O. A. Oeoree, Mrs.- Phillip Geoi-gr; and Miss Kvii Gcovgc vis- lied In Illylhcvlllc Thurstlay a{, Icrnoon. • ,,'j* Miss Kntlierlnc Marlln. who hns been, visiting her cousin, Evelyn Martin, -tor tlic"]»sl lew weeks, has iclurnccl Icj her home in CatilUieisvlllc:'•' ' ' •' Miss Delia Mike s\Kiit llic weekend In Manila. •:•. . Luxora Society—Personal . Mesdninrs Day Graham and Al vln Wuudcrlich .shopped h phis Tuesday, • Mrs. T.-P. Hudson nml b ,,_ Icr, Mrs. Spenser Mcllenry of Clarksdale, Miss., shopped In Blv- "icvlllc Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. n. Woad visited In Memphis Tuesday. Miss Lois Hill shopped tn Mcm- his Saturday. Mrs. Dave Richards, accompanied by her sister. Mrs. R. S. Ash- ilicrc. rlsited in Memphis Tiiuvo- Jay. Charles Ashmorc of (iridcr was here on business Thursday. Mcsdamcs L. L. Lnntiriim and C. L. ' Powell visited ' liicnds In Moorchoiisc. Mo., last week. Thc ninth grade cnlcrtaincd tilth's parly at Ihe school mirt- itorhmi Friday night. Mrs. Knos .Wise, who has teen visiting Mrs..L. L. McDcarmai) has returned to her home in Halls. 1'5iin. She was accompanied as far as Memphis by Mrs. Sam liovv- en and Mory Jo Ilonrn. Mrs. All in Wimdcrlich and Mrs. Noble Hunt shopped in Memphis Wednesday. Mrs. N. Hunt u-ill be hoftcss to th e bridge club Wednesday. I Mrs. M. George, Mrs. A. Mike, 33 Enteredior Beauty Contest •at-Kit/-Tonight Thirty-(In ee young unmarried woinen of Hlythcrilk* have been entered In the beauty contest lo to held ibis evening nt the- nitz theatre, under suiwrvision of Mrs. Robert 'Blair nnd Mrs. Wlllaid Losan of Carulherevllle. The winner will receive n. cup and honorable mention will be given those placing second and third, based on poise, personnlHy nnd general attractiveness. ' '• " Fcllowine is'n list of thc young ladies and the business firms spon- ! coring them: Lucile -Harp', .GleA-' roo Hritcl; 'Da<n Harwell, Tpni ;W.' Jackson; Jane Kociititsky, Bly- thcvllli! Laundry; Mary Spain Us- icy, Blythcvillc Dry Cleaners; .Mildred Lang, Faslilon Shop; ,Mnr- sai-ct Mllncr, Unliiue Cleaners; Magoc'iQiic McKinnon, McAdams Beauty - Shop; Mnrjorlc Slc\vart. Ecciiomy Store; Allene Fields, Miss Whlt.iltfs Shop; Lflls D.ivis, Ark- Mo. Power; Margaret Cross, Kroger Store; Gene Dlllnlnuily, licn- nell's Dairy; Jane llollipcler, Main Scniee Slation; Virginia Martin. East Arkansas Lumber Co.; Patricia WLsc, Boot pry; Othus lirackln, Elaine Ucauly Sliop; Margaret Keck, Bell's Pharmacy; Mary Blancli Gay, Caldwell Beauty Shop; Katheiinc Dcnton. Mead Clothing Co.: ElknlKlli .Miii-tln, Ne«- i'oi-k Slorc; Murtha Lee Hall. Hall Sister's Shuppe; Mamie Louise Edwards, Belt's Studio; Dorine Coulter. Robinson Drug Co.; Lillian Brisccc, McMullin's- Grocery; Clara Ixjuise Davis, First National Insur- ! aiwc .-.gtncy; Sue Bull, llcalon's j Home, of Flowers; Mnrjorln Mar| tin, J. C. Penney Co.; 'Martha liob- j insoii, Grnnd Leader; Virginia Dlo- ir.Cycr, Cobb Uiulcrtiiklnj Co.; Anni: Lee Hnlbell, Dustic Inn; Kvclyne Harwell, Noble. Hold; and Snn- phine Adnnis. A. S. Barbaro Co. 'The contestants \\lll api>c-ar on tJic Rid stage between the regular shows lunljhl. Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Phillips, accompanied by Miss Winnja Phillips nnd .Vlctcr Stlllwell,' visllcd In Joncsboro Sunday. Mrs. Flora Lucy ol Memphis spent Hie-week-end here with her father, O. B. Peery, who lias been very 111 llic past two weeks. H. P. Wakcflelu drove to Memphis Sunday to meet his gran-J- molher, Mrs. Fleming of l-'url Worth, Texas, who will make her home here with her daughter, Mrs. Wakeflctd. Mrs. E. M. Huffman, accompanied by Mrs. Chcslcr Cnldwell and tons Chester and Uan. and Mrs. Pat Hargclt drove to Memphis Saturday to accompany lioinc Mrs. Ilulfinan's son, Elljerl' who h alli'iHling Southwestern University. Elbcrt relumed to school Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. E. CrlU and Mrs. W L Homer tire spending three <luys in Forrest city. Ark., as delegates from the Methodist w., M. S. lo (he North Arkansas Annual conference of (ho Woman's Missionary society being held there. :'••'•' "ev. w. J. LcRoy, pastor of. the Lake Street Methodist church.- left Monday for Dontphaii - Mo for fa short visit with, his daughter.' Mrs. H. M. N.ince. .Mrs. LoRoy, who has been there n week,.will return with him. Rev. LrRoy. was accompanied as far ns Poplrtr HlufT, Mo.'.'By Mrs. Ocorgc ishamblln nnd -Jitflt! son lo visit- with 1 .Mrs. Shamb'lhi's sislcr, Mi-ss.-Roy-Moiiltry, .i ;-'..Mr. aiidi|Irs. liaiTy-wiiceler and Miss Oladys'Ny.Heeiv.r arrived Mon- ilny from Los' AngeleiUCal,, I 0 visit, several days viyi.thelr'.pir'ents 1*i and Mrs. fe'g.--;wijeder. : " -?-?'»' Russell Farr is lri\Mei!&Uli" ' ' few days ^ii' -buslneis, '-• \l{# Mrs 0. ;\V. .McCutehgii^v^.jo. Memphis MondaylMnom'lna.^-taSe! her (laughter, •'Sar'alv Lqi'-'Sp'.'''!}!!; Bnpilsl hospital i tpr- sevgiii days treatment. . they.'; were ".ofco'tiipi" fed by Mr. 'SfcCu'tcHfln's sister' : J3 Russell Porlcr-br'Ciiriipi^ii.fiisjj,. Mrs. J. H. Sniart is'visiting "\vilh her sister, Mrs. C. D.' Williams,^'In Tyro, Miss., for Several days.' '' Mr. and Mrs. John Buchanan nnd daughters, Jo and Ahn^i'pent. tile week-end in Memphis with "MY 5 Buchanan's mother, Mrs. E\R Latta. ,' ' ''.-''•• Murray Smart spent- Sunday nnd Monday in Memphis. ,9,- c - R °i!" s of Memphis spent today here on business. Hospital A'ofcs Dlsmisscrt: Frank J. McGregor, city, and little Mary Jo Fisher, city. GALKSVILLE. Ww. (UP)—Members ol Hardangcr I^g, national organization of pcisoius who came lo the United States from Hardangcr, Norway, and their descendants, will med here. June 15 and 16. Bilious BV WM. E. McKEN'NEV StcnUry, Amcj-^-in Bridje J^nju* At auction brldge^we bld'agallst opponents. At contract bridge we b/d for our pxruier. s; • •/ * Al auction bridge, when lhc first declaration Is a bid of one, that will become the final contract If [lie opponents do not put In an Intervening bid and this declaration Is sallslaelory lo partner. However, if (he opponents bid against the declaration, you and par ner, by competitive bidding, will continue to bid until you t-el thai you have reached (he maximum I'm t of thc hand. What you arc really doing; | s bidding n( , alnst your opponents. How different at contract—every declaration you make should convey Intelligent information to your partner so tint He may properly vlsmllw your haiHl, At auction bridge we required third and fourth hands to h D ld a stronger hand („ urtler to open (l-e W°dlng than eilhcr ikst, or second "and. At ccnlracl, howci-er' this principle Is fast bcln» disrardcd If ""' n ™ ,»» dealer, or second hand (Ihe dealer having p L , s «d) and you make an opening Uid, you h;w m heard from y ol , r parlner, tlierefore ycu are laying the foundation for 'A-tiat you ho|je will be n game-™- "ig contract, or oven a slam Therefore lt ls necessary' that your opening bid bo sound-not only are you iciiuired lo hold Iwo and one-half quick t rlc ks, but your hand should also contain either I •"7t ib! oui re " >ia ° r abillty -' to M 'l' nil Ion that he may iijato. If you ope,, (he : contracl Hist or swona- hand, partner, if the" 5. no intcrvciUiiH bid, will keep the bidding open witli as litdc as fvo fluenis. with a bid of one no triinu, ,' for-si ' ec Williams of Keiser Rc-eloctcd Union Presidcnl LUXORH, Ark.—Lcc Williams of Keiser was.ie-clccled president of the Mississippi '' Leasuc iinian day afternoon. , - Allan F4iclier,'-Wilsotti as eocV M vlce-presltlent, 'Jr;i:iile r Edwards at lilylhcvllle was named secretary Jnd Jiilia Mac Morris of Oseeola' «ns ve-electeil trcnsurcr. • One hundred and two member's iltendcd U'.c meeling, rcpresenlini; the following leagues: Biytlieville Krst church, 12; Osccnla. 13' Kcl- :er. 15; Joiner, 12; Wilson, 18; Ucll, 5; Blylhsvlllc Lake street, 8; l.nx- JHT. 15. Thc Wilson league was awarded the banner. The program, given by members o! the Kcfcer league, Indmlcci a song by Mr. ami Mrs. Woodsr, scripture reading by IA; Williams, son? by (Iw entire league, a yuilar selection by Mr. Wooder, song by Mrs. .Crockett and Mr. Wooder. jhd a talk by the Rev. P. Galloway. The pastors of (lie Wilson and Jclncr church?.*; were named lo dcilsc a r,cw plan for .awarding thc attendance banner on a pcr 1 - :culasc basis. Pueblo AMs Musicians i PUEBLO. Col. CU'P)-/\s an aid !o iinsmiiiojmcnl. the city of Pueblo will hire 25 olli:rv.i:-c .I'lcmploy- cd nnuMciaiis to play in a band thai will prpscm concerts' in (Iw city parks lliis summer. '•'•'" DUUANGO. Cn). lUP)—Plr.njlitg into a 35-foot well, in which th;re »erc eight feel ol wmcr,' Elmo blade. U, rescued his 30-inonllit- old (laughter, Maxlnc, «ho fell into the well while playing with li er sislcr. ^r j TROUBLE » you fiil run down, or suf- ttr from jfcins in the bjck or i «l«;»>ouh»vccirclcsundnr ^f •«* Of >re troubltj neurjlgia, then your kidncyj may be at f au i ( . Don . t w ». tor the trouble to become r "M U *« bu . 1 iun naw lo -* 1 " ' Jjold Med»l lUjrlcn, oi | I t arjiil.. r\ • -i- .1-— ••ii. iinc, oia preparation has helped millions. 35c 4 75c, GOIO MEOAL HAARLIM Oa CAPSULES < TUESDAY, APRIL i'""""™' f »"'le Jf pid-lnef responds •with a, suit -bid, If shows strength •Siw^^^ , i ' is ' very {fiancl;miist-linVc'.-a- bid U hand to tr'v to ' ,,-- rcn B l "; cblly- wh P? ivot . .vulnerable fes ^; b t:' ^ ^ it least a partial score." 'Now, of-course, third hand may h»ve slrenglh, but unless you show i-cal tlrenelh by a forcing bid parUier.uiay pass unless he has a hand strong enough lo raise hi your Fourth hand docs not need Uie lrcngih o! cillier first or second hand lo o|»n the contracting. The hand should contain two «nd one- half quick tricks and the bidding should not be opened unless botl majors arc protected. However, leinembcr that partner, second hand, may pass a p-a- sonably strong hand, ami "i,, fourth position you must taks Ihls "Ho conslderallon before paMlnu lartlal scores arc valuable-as ii mailer ol fart they are a menial Hazard to the opponents They know thai you can go game'hy nakliiB two or three odd. and hcrefcre they will very often over»M Iheir haiuls in an attempt lo prevent, llils. The success of moil miilracLs cleneiuls mwn sound, Imcine-m openlJiff bids. c 0 , c( ,„„ v,^-™ "ilnd you Ihut while at. auction you bid against, your opponents, nt contract you must bid for your part- tCopyi-Jali^ U)32,JJ EA s , rvicCj 1|1W GOOD NEWS^FOR BLYTHEV1LLE Williams Laboratories have ar- i-anged to have a nia,, |,, vo ,, r town who will tell you about WIL- LTAMB 1 FORMULAE. The Formulae- (hat thusc who. have been fortunalc enough to get a botlle are to enthusiastic about Salls- ncliou yuaranlced or yuur money refunded. . Get back jour pep. - You Know That "Woniierful Fwllug." necommendcd for Kloinnch, liver ^nd kidney disorders covcrin- dys- ppvsia. biliousness, gasy siomacli. distress after eating, heartburn sour stomach, chioillc constipation, sick headache, neuritis, neuralgia rheumatism, lame back aiiii general weakness. Keep your: stomai-li. liver and Kidneys licaltliy und iialuvc will do Ihe rest. Get a boltlc today froin Kirby Drug Co., or Kirby Bros Drug Co. . . Adv ,' Ctlt Born WOOSTEK, O. 1U1>)—niafnc Hcrshbcrgcr, Woostcr fanner, has a six-legged calf, but thc animal can't walk. The front knees are double-Jointed, each of which has two feet. Secret Sodrty Uunfs Prisoner SEATTLE. tUl'J-pct dogs hiu'e been,-poisoner! to such an extent a secret organizalion with, 'death to Ihe dou iTOisoucr," as Us;J mgaii was rcporled formed, \f- CARDUI IA WsdkinanonkforWomcol I who or« run-down or suffer | |»v>ry rromh. SoldbyDf r )c*«fing : .n,irrt hand u, "Part- "cr,. i .know I Imveu't a crctit drii W-URngth, but let me t E a, c co ,n- aiaud of this snip -and i w j u ;, ry to steer it through these rocks for Duradenc Permanent Including Sliu m poo and Set I-'rederlcs Wave - - - $8.5o Eugene - --- ; $8 McAdam's Kcauty Shop Phone 288 - - - Ihgranl Bfdg. An Invitation THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO GET THE l«'ULL STOKY OF THE BEAUTIFUL NFAV FORD V-8 TOMRROW , • \ WEl)i\liSI)AY, Al'lllL 6 Phillips Motor Co. Ford Dealer lilyllicvillc. Ark; have it for Spring PLATINUM -CUEY — the %lit shwles of grey foimtl in platinum jewelry UNIVERSITV GREY - slightly •darker tJi'Ah'. Platinum, a favorite with .college style leaders •• ' •••-' " '• OXFORD GKEY - still darker than University but several shades liglitcr than Jet grey We Knew It Was Coming and We're Dfr A1"IV Hart, Schafi'nev & Marx herringbone gTeys, Lattice weave greys, grey crashes, grey tweeds, grey ticks, grey diagonals, grey stripes — every good pattern.that good style dictates is here—at the PRICES OF SIXTEEN YEARS AGO 24.50 The llarl. Schaffncr & Marx Trum^tn- presents University (.rev, over Ihe Columbia Network. Thurstlay. April 7 K i\i o x 9 p. ar. Head L'dK-iu c. Hill iril about Ihe hnbljii-.rol famous men- Conlrt;... Churchill. Supreme Court Jmlic, Cm lo o l»n UnS. 0 ' WSi "' " n "' y r0rU atl " U ' C lllle ^^ Also a fascinaliiv- stnry al>nitl.ii lib,, tamer ivlui-c life »as .VH Cil by. a wnMcn Rflil bclVccn iwu bi^ 5 i ni wcro rcnily lo in.uil-hlin to i>ltccs •' . "'-"• I51nal New Mead Clothing Co. -

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