The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1931 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 29, 1931
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BLTTHEVILLE. (ARX.) 'COURIER NEWS Calendar . fvt'Tl»c Guild 6( Hie Plljfiiu Lulh- .'epui church will meet at the hone -pl Mrs; E. 8. Wlldy, at EtowM), '! Et 2:30 o'clock. V. Mrs . Ra >• Wort hin$ I o(! Is entc I 1 - lalninj (ho Tuesday Ftmi'i dull. =*"• T.ic Her Tuesday Bi'Wn* cluh !s • motting t.lth Mrs. Sam Manall. '' • . . . - Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones Is hosiess: to ' llio New Wednesday Brl.^e club, • Tho Mgllnco Contract club Is meeting with Mrs. Fi juris Car pt nter. ;- ••' ThirtjUy . Mra. Otto Kochtitiky Is hn-i-ni; . : the Thursday Luncheon club. ' • 'America's Prettiest" at Home gjV?;.',The auxiliary ot the American j??:;--Lc3lon will meet. at tlie. Woman's "ii club with Mrs. C. E, Crigger and 'i?! Mrs. Bernard Gooch as hostess. ' There will be '». story hour I at the Blythcville library lor children qf all ages. Kathleen Hpbsbn Weds William Wxx^Grafton ; £"".'6f Anncunccment hit been m«de the - ra»rrU|t of ^ Miss Mary ; rtobsori, of Mammoth iBpririif,'..'«-' Mr: William Woods f -Oraffen/.-'q'f,. tills .city. The'wedding : fc : ", wa^solepinlfflii'at the Jlr'sl Metho- 't : ..'. dlit. ."church'-';of Batesvlllc, Arlc., V Sunday • mornirig." June 21, with "Tjtrkv'RevA.jiarry. King, dtan of ; <i|ijpway ''coilege, ^performing Ihe --; ceremony'... •'{'!/'-" ' .' -- •/iiThe brides' attendants were Mrs. i.jHerbert i>;-^alkjr of .Hardy, who -?iin'ed as ''mitfqn of honor, arid ' Misses Lois and Nad me Traylor of FpH .Smith, and .Miss Ruby Wales, of- Mammpih • Springs', as brldts- miidss/Mr.'rterbcrt.D. Walker, of Hardy,.'was' Ur/Craltoh's best' man. ..-Miss' Eess MajifleWj of BalcsviUe, y rendered th"f;.'huptlal miislc. v'"' After a b' .trip" to St. Louis •Mr.Valid Mrs.'Craftbn will return ''; next Monday where they will'slcV.i In the Ward ap«rtm:nts at •V.--M« - West Walnut: street. bride, who Is Ihe daughter /.Vol.; Mrs'. Janle : Hobson, .of Mam*' nwlh Springs, graduated last month; from GallbwaV cdljegc at Sfarcy, ;•Ark.i . Khtre.' sh: received many "'i'llcnbrs. ' Sfie" was chosen May v '.. Queen" this, year.; ••''•'-Mr. Cralton, - who Is the son :', or Mr. and 1 Mrs. L. G. 0,-afton -of, connected with the Atkansaa-MlsMurl Power com' r»ny. Ctnaiot Donocstralton Given. ~-~'.i i Proper mcthodis for. canning vegi: tables and 'fruits'to be exhibited . ,\'the:MssUslppi,-cou.nty fair here V this .fall -was -demonstrated by -i'tMifis.'Cora.Leo ..Coleman to member;;' of' th;'Woman's club at « ?-': meeting Friday Afternoon *•:,•' ,.lri Uic ' businoEs. session which ''" preceded the dsmb'nstratioh, It MJS 'l~< voted "to publicly .thank the mer- .'Trclianli" wlw . co^opiraled in giving '~thc prltes and tallies for {he benefit bridge party g'Ten last week. Other means , of : mating money through the summer monllis were discussed.' ""'•" " '-. •;' - .-*--.* • * . . Hive ICE . Craim. Social. ::'.-'-' The Womart's-Missionary society of r the; Lake; .Street Methodist church sponso'reO an Ice cream so• v---ciii"rirlday evening oh the church :•..lawn. '•'••. ...'."•' !'-:";'iA''ne»t-sum''xva's netted froin this • fiimmtr project. - . "'Alii-Martin. •"-. --The marriage '.of "Mtes Gerlrudc- '-, Martin, ol this'city, and Mr.'Floyd '.-•; Ash, also of here, took place Sal'" iirday wltli . the Rev. Ilerschal Couchnian ^perforinlng Ihc ecrc- niony. •• .*'*--* Farm Women Ailrnd Ail Day CMBcil.'- 'The. 45 farm,women who attend; ed .the. monthly.meeting of the County Council."of -Farm Woincn • here Saturday, represented Ihc Women's Demonstration clubs at Pro! rm>c Lsixl, .New- Liberty? Dogwood, Pcrfy. Lcn: Oak,. Carmi, 1 . Lcach- yllic" and Luxoru^... •'_.,,_: ' ;'PlEns were made for flic fair catalogue • for - a,- wash dress con- tiits of News Mostly Personal 5IONDAY, JUNK 29, l'J31 Girl Workers of Southern States Have uc Qlrls. you'd never suspect it, 'Mi America's • rfipst'.' bea'utlttil young wonian makts her own dresses. Here you :se'e" Anne- L^e.-.Patlcrson, whose shapely curves, classic features and titlnii-h'lied' hair won her the title of "Miss United Slates" at the Oalveston. bCRUty jxmlcsl, seated at tho sewing mnclituo in her Luttlow, Ky.| • home. " Local Christian Church Not Involved in Union Mis. W. M. McKcntic. win Isccn quite 111, Ic now able to up. ; • Miss Virginia Terry Is relatives In Brownsville, Tcnn. The Rev- iiiul Mis. Marsh M Callaway . aiul son, Marsh, Jr., will Icavi tomorrow for Houston and Galvcslon, TfxiiB. where they will 'spentl a pionlh's vacntlrm. Mrs. B. n. Allen, who has neon visiting In Greenville, Miss., fana to Dallas, Texas, for an extended visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L, II. Chamblin an* sons. Jack and Don, spent yesterday In Memphis with relatives Mrs. Lon Eligg spent Friday In Jonesboro wllh Mr. nnd Mrs. H. / Lesm;lstcr who are 111 at the S Bernard hospital. Mlsj Emily Sue Stewart has •< turned Jrom Jackson, Miss., where she visited her brother, Louis Stewart, and family. Mrs. John Deon, of Hornersvlll: Mo., «t>.nt the weelc-end here. 8hf was accompanied by Ml&s Alice Mae Cannon, a student nurce a 1 the Memphis Baptist hcspitiil who has been vlsltlns .it Horners- vllle and Blythevlile. Miss Aimln V. Wardell .ml.Suck Smith, of Osceola, visited here yes- :erday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl BucK.-y yesterday In Ctri'lhcrsv' 1 '?. Wesley Hollinian, of \Ulwn. spent yesterday In the city. Virgil Greene «-:nl to i. last night whrre he mot his (laughter. Miss Kalherinc Greene c,f St. Louis, who accompanied him here The Rev.' E.-'K.' LMlmer • In a statement' this •hiornlng declared that the Christian 'church referred to yesterday In Associated Press dls- I patches as Joining In a union with ! tbt- Congregational church Is nm I the Christian church of while the •local Christian church is a part. I The Christian church which Is a I party to the .union, the lo^al pas- One of the most refreshing ways | tor ^ d _ | 5 . th( , o]d - Christian data begin a hot weather menu for I nomination 'tiiat.was the outgrowth luncheon or dinner is wllh a fruit i O f 'a movement started by O'Kclly soup. While many housewives have in North Carolina'about'lBOO and been using this first course for sev-.ik nown 33 b'Kellyltes. KITCHEN BY SISTER MA«Y NE/V Service Writer eral. years, fruit soups are far irom common, and Hits novelty adds much to their attract ion. A clear pool of rich color Is distinctly pleajuig to the eye, ani The local Christian church is thj product of the union of the forces of Alexander Campbell of Pennsylvania and Barton Stone of Kentucky In 1829, tho Rev. Lallmer dc- combined with thj f«lnt fragrance 1 dared. The official title of the cf fruit, tjmpls doubly. Tut fruits are best suited to a chilled soup which above all must be piquant and stimulating. A combination of flavors is-also good and allords.a variety of effects. Must Be fold Any service which, would be correct for cither bouillon or a fruit cup can be -used for the chilled, fruit soup. Bouillon cups chilled In'the ice. box before flliinj, shcr- b:t gtasscs, glass cups, cocktail or grape fruit seta all arc permlssablc. The soups arc eatsn with .a bouillon or small-bowled soup spoon. Thorough chilling Is essential, for half the charm of Ihe soup lies In its temperature. The thickening agent may b? cornstarch. arrowroot.- tapioca or even flour. The utmost care must be taken not lo make the :,uii|i loo thick. A 'firm, ttkky- concoction- It; fir Irani inviting but ,\ slightly thick, syrupy consistency Is ccul- ing and appetizing. 'Ihe following recipes nur inspire ycu lo work out sonic combination for yourself. Soup ion is Disciples of Christ, and local congregations are called Christian churches, typical group of students a( the Southern ers, celebrating Its fifth anniversary iiiudcru sanitary living sl:ould be. jlhe school teaches tlum health The school's program is not es-' habits they never have known. The . thjtk', nor does it try to make -[.Icasurc of living in well-kept lor- ' t ladies cut of the girls by teaching mltories, the ccmpany of other girls jtliem manners. The whole program in work similar to theirs but In tlif- Is an eifort ID give the girls a clrds- ,ferent twins, Ihree good meals a" I eye view of Industrial America, its'day, sleei), exercise and balance! ; basic industries, (he organization of rations of study and recriatlau glvj ; big business, the problems of [ southern n:\ slrls n junction and distribution, and tho' nciv idea of lite as it should b: :i»rl they, as laborers, play in liio lived. si-hcme of things. , Unlike must summer sihooh, niscu>.s Working Problems I which educate student', out of Clatsss Lc'sln with the s/lrls dc- t!:eir rank, this workers" 'd'.icilrJit .MTUiing Ihflr ov.-n Jobs, just hu.v experiment .shapes iu wlu!.- task they make cloth, shoes, ciyais or' tu :,pmling its student's n;;ht bad: j whatever their product is. Tlu-y jili.'cir.s i.ow long they work c-.ic.i !ii:iy, how much money they u<j;. IHJW niui'h they pay tor lent, Joa.1, clo'.lu-s, doctor's bills. Thsy •;<•"•• a comparative i;lca, Irom ccciutn- i.sts who ti-ach them, ul cono'ltlon^ an;l wages of workers i:i li:cir own line in other parts of t:ie country aiid in oilier kinds of work. English classes are offcrcd Uiich do not break Ihe thread of thought because llioy take up t:;e of j writing simply and speaking clcar- jly so that the girls can usu this: Mariiuctlc Star Oels J I.-ilers : knowledge in their own trade unions ] MILWAUKEE, (UP)—C.;nc Uon| when they get back. In dramatics j xanl. Iron Mountain, Mich., .-'.•pli- | (hey work up plays of situations! omore. earned three letters uurimj they know, for iiutaiwa, scenes In ' tbc 1930-31 school year at Mar- tlic employment office cf any mill. • cructta University and l.-o.ame UK Extrclse such as tennis, swim-1 first hillto]) athlete to gain this j mliijr. hiking and corrective -.vork : distinction in 30 years. HG iilayed is new to all ol them, and delight- football, basketball and track. ful. Each day they have sup;r- ; • vised plays selected as best suited • ~ to their needs. Health education i:' emphasized, leases of malnutri-, tlon and industrial disease, ~asi these play a large, and tragic role i in most of the students' lives. I A New Kind of Llfo ! Their very program of living at to their old jobs aiul tlicir c-vn l.uu- jlif.s Ix'Uer cqi:i[)p:<l L-J m iJ:: llo of tlirii- coaditiwi'.. \ The leacl^'i.--, .ill IIK-II an I v,uaiin I'otinci'ied with roll'.'gos cluriti- Ihe wint;r term, nim to nibkc (h; .',tu- .dents jiv.are of thu forces l':at rcn- ' ti'o! ttieir lives, as Mcrkci'v. tint they may do what they r?.n to got i a i>3llcr life for ihcmscivss and 1 il'.-rir fiunlli-.'s (hiring t.:c rcuth's (ransiticn from agricultural to industrial importance. layed — /I t| Don't suffer from licit—Let us Clean, OP or Ke;i::ir lhat 014 Fan. Elucfric Shop i'hone 314 for n visit with her c'.r.iii!, Mrs. Etlgar Bnrum. anil ii;nl : y Mr- and Mrs. Pnul H. Rosonthal arc In St. Louis for a few days. Sam Orgcl, of St. LouK passed through here yesterday -nroutc home from Columbus. Cla., when he had accompanied Mn. Orjcl and son for an exlcn-.U'.'l vlsli wllh Mrs. Orgel's parcnis. Bell.y Clifton Blair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Uusr.nll Blair, has as her gucs'.j htr cuuslns. Eli^ab^th Berry and .JuUn Morii- £on. of Abluqiicrque, N. M. Dr. A. M. Wnshburn returned yesterday from Chicago where lie spent a two weeks vacation. While away he visited the city health department and took part In other uctlvllles pertaining to public health work. Miss Willie A. Lawson has gone to Hamburg, Ark., for a vacation. She was accompanied by her mother Mrs. S. E. Lawson, who visited her for len flays. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips nnd Mrs. Phillips mother, Mrs. J. W. Mcore, were visitors in Memphis of them ever have had. For others I with its 1031 session here, drama- it is the first chance lo siudy sin:: the changing south In its very leaving grammar s:!ioal None student body. pays her own 5175 iiiiiton. Lor:t! Every cue of the cnrollo.1 girls j groups, interested in workers' cJii- is n mountaineer on'ce-removc:!, cation, send tiles: uirls for iis descendant of llii tenant-farmers j we3ks sludy and coniiuu:iily living of the hills who finally gave up where they get wliolcscmis meals, their losing battle to get a living their llrst leisure, their first ap- DBS. NIES & NIES OSTECPATH1C PHYSICIANS Hemorrhoids (PILES), Varicoswl Veins also Skin Cancers and Malignant Moles removed without, burger;;. V.'cak and Fallen Arclies Corrected. Clinic 514 iUai.i I'honc OS il" from the soil and moved down to the villages to get jcbs in mills opening there. These summer school students, ranging from 18 to 35 years, com? "rom the industries of nine dilTcr- e'nt southern- states — Maryland. Virginia, North and Soulli Can>Ina. Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, jeorgln and Mississippi. From Many Lines One girl has worked in a cotton mill since she was 11. Others make overalls, shoes, cotton dresses, hos- Driver Grove The R:v. Buck Walters of To- iunlo will conduct church services at Driver Grove Saturday night j during the wcek-cml. They visited Henry. Oalncs spent' Saturday! night (flth Charles Springer. Mr. and Mrs.'' Larson Crump left Wednesday for points In Mississippi ' where they will visit, relatives. Mr. ajKl Mrs. Bill Robertson motored to Pnrkih. Saliirciny. Mcsilamcs.Mitchell Russell. Kara Sweat nnd PalTurd White visited Mrs. Minnie Russell, Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs.. Charlie Springer aiid Shorty Alexander were guests ol Mr and Mr*. G. A. Hall ;il Clear Lake. Thursday. Mr, and Mrc. Claude .loner, niid W. A. Alexander visited relatives ;i( l.cachvllle last \vcck-cnd. Messrs. Henry Gallics, Waller Deles antl'WIIliain liillinjs attend' rd church service.-,' at Blylhevlllc, Sunday cvcniiiE. Tlr Hev. w. ir. Sprlnccr of Uly- One quart red currants, 'A cups; Ihcvllle silent the weck-eml with ; 'fast'to be-hbld : at the next meet- R "d provide an cxce t. iiig'.whsn"tho .Promise Land ellipse this fruit, in.mem . irifll- bb : hoslessT. Miss Rosa Lcc V/blf ot LiltJc" Rock, state clothing sfeclall?', will judge the entries. Memb^rt, of'-the'Perry club serv- cd'an'«ppetiiihg1rieh'u at the noon -'''-'"' : ••' " water. 3-4 cup sugar, 2 minute tapioca few grains Eiilt. Stehi and wash fruit. Crush and simmer In water for 20 minutes. Strain through a. jelly bag and add sugar. Bring lo the boiling point and add .tapioca and salt. Cook until tapioca is clear and mixUirc Is transparent. Chill and serve. | Two cups of red. raspberries and two cups of red currants makes n : delicious combination. . Strawberry . and orang: Is another good .combination. Plums make an appellilnj soup :ellent way to .us. riurri Soup One quart plums. 4 cups water. i stick cinnamon. 2-3 cup su^ar, 1 tablespoon arrowroot, few grains of salt. Wash plums thoroughly. Put Into tettlc with water and simmer until skins are broken and fruit is lender. Strain through jelly ba?. Add cinnamon and tugar ana brin? to the boiling point. Add fait and stir In arrowroot mixed lo n smooth paste with a lull: cold water. Cook'unlil-mixture thickens slightly. Chill and serve. his son: Mr Charll; Springer and family. Mr. Charlie Wicker of Ii!ytn=- villc spent last week u-ilh ills brother, Mr. A. J. Wicker of this place. Mrs. Wiley Wiseman has been very 111 for several days. Mr. itn'd Mrs. Frank Keslcr of Recce spent Siinday wllh Mr. anfi Irs. Clifford' Gaincs. Mn::Biiiial|. Watson visited Mrs. Ltila Haskln-'af Half-Moon, Thursday. ••.••'; ;• Mr. ami Mrs. Earl Shancyicit of Half Moon spent Friday nljlit with Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Springer. Charles Springe^ Elmer Bro?k, Walter Boles. Kenry Gaincs. Martin -Sackridcr. William Billing!; anj precision of what "car'frce c'j!i;::o daj's" mean. Many of them get their introduction to a Lvibnc-Ml diet, and their lirst i:lea of whal Ipry! Still others work in 1 rnyon cigar factories, collcn textile factories, cisaret factories, coat'fac- RADIO REPAIRS rhoi;c 121-122 I.oiiis Grein - Julius Since SUMMER .ttm family.S»S»er., ,. . - . : :.Mr. ^bd Ktrs..-U..W. .leilalhcd 27 'rriornbers of Mrs. Mul- llns', family' >«ttjv/k.. supppr. pariy •^Ftkiiy fneir'ubmc on ; Chlckat«vb*-, avenue.-. Included In tho«-.present ,*erc Mrl and Mrs Robert RichmonJ. Va. - - --- , ^CHntten '-fln'wtTs; ' atranged In 'Arrowrdol often-Is'used In place gprajrs <ft rainbow colors,'dteorated of cornstarch and Is especially dc -'- • '-• - • '- strablc for .children, Is more easily, digested. .Sail Is.always used to take care of the "flat" taste of, whatever thickening agent Is used. Cherics and grapes also make delicious fruit soups as well as jll the berries. Mr. A J. Wicker attended Ihc ball gam; a'. Lone Oak. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Jewell spent the week-end willi her sister, Mrs. Burl Richardson at Blythcville. Mary Gaincs Is spending a fc* day.-, of Mils week with her sister. Mrs. Kcslcr at Richard Hall and Elmer Southard of Calumet visited In this vlc- jnlty Sunday. Miss Effle Moore who Is undergoing treatment nt Campbell's clinic before two opera tlrvns. Miss Cora Lee Colemtin nnd Mrs. Z. A. McQuislkm are in Memphis for two days. They met Miss Cora Lee 'Gorlcsy. of Greenwood, S. C. niece of Miss Colcman who will bl>cnd the summer here as her guest. Mrs. Harold Baker spent the ivcck-cntl In Memphis where the met Mr. Uaker who returned from Morrllton where he spent the part two weeks. Gordon Wright is allcndimj to busincfs In Carnthersvilln today. Guy Butler, who is connected wllh the stale revenue department, is attending to business here today. Mis. Jesse Brown of Luxora. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jaiu« Driver and daughter. Poscy Brown, of Osceola, shop]x>d here today. Clarence Vollmcr Is attending lo business in Cape Glrardeau trxlay. Miss Gladys Barlmtn rc'turn:^, homo today Irom Osccola wher; she was the guest of Miss Francos ham for a week. Mr. and Mrs. George W. llarham spent Friday and Saturday al Fnrmiiigtoii and Flat River, MD. They accompanied the mule ruiarlc!. from the Blylhcvllle negro i.chcol lo Fiat River-where Ihey save a program for the Lions club. Miss Wllslc Phillips, ol Nf.ibein. Tcnn., is the guest of her sister, MUs Winnie Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rutlcdge. of llattiesburf!. Miss., have moved here lo be with the Volt?. Construction company in Its work in this city. : Ort- ; Way f,i .•:• crK - » ••; ay f": ..PARIS 1 ,.' Franco, ..(UP)--The c.Ui-5- IA-, t)pi)-, of ;*!)<) i has; the right of .way I-BJ hi' the studded "strett croiiliigs in Si:thV-p«le»trlan, or "the sr.o'- faf,'.!BiM-';jU5t:'>:n >st».M by ot police, pcdes- psdos- 'biles . tiino, th« fei .till; onJy.-Icss'oMiui!, gasn- i, 'oil 1 .'aiid:.: thirty. ; but the 1 livei- " Tomorrow's Hcnu ' BREAKFAST: Cantaloup:, cereal, cream, crisp broiled bacon with cress, pop-overs, milk, coflee. . LUNCHEON: Cold sliced, meat loaj,' creams;} carrots, bread . and butler, frull pudding, milk. tea. PARIS. -Fiance, i up)—The historic mansion at Ihc Place tie la Concords Is b:lng demolished to make way for .the nciv Embassy. Construction of the n;w building, which will hdns; the cm- bnssy. consulate-general and offices of the commercial attache, is In charge of Captain Richard I.. Smith of the Engineering Corps, who 'has br.en .named assistant military ntlachc for. Hie duratlnn of Ihe wort-.. sprint? chicken, potatoes Julienne, creamed cauliflower, .slufljd ben DINNER: Curfanl 'soup, lrl:d f; salat!, ctiocolale toullle. milk, cof- Mr. aiul Mrs. Floyd Blunt and daughter. Rose Ellen, accompanied by Mrs. Bltmt's mother, Mrs. Iila Vestal, ol Ilalticsburs.'Miss., arrived here last night lo make their home.. Mr. Blunt is conncclrd \vlth the Volt7 Construction company. Mr. and Mrs. George W. iiarliam have as their guest for H wrek Mr. Barham's cousin, Nick Phillips, of Pasadena. Cal. He will also visit In l-Vtrinlnglon, Mo., before rcturnlns home.. Miss Anne Galbreath reluin:rt ;•> her home in Memphis ycslcrday ?f- tcr a visit wllh Mrs. William O. Potter at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens. Mr. and Mr.s. F. E. Fox l:jvr »•. their gurals Mrs. O. R. Fulkcrson and sen, of Sacramento. Cnl.. r\ir.l XILss Pauline LoRue, of Djicl:t, Mi. Mrs. Lee Arimirang a:id sr.ind- ilaughter. ^farjolle Rimer, who ro- lurned Filday froni Brlnkley and Helena. Ark., left Salurday for High Point. N. C.. »hrvr lli fpend Ihc remainder of Ihc nicr. KEEP COOL IN CLEAN CLOTHES When the meraivy liit.s Cue ceiling aiul ils hotter than a sun-struck Aral) . . . v.v i-ati'l iiclp iluitl litil when your Iropiciils <u:(l linons and stitnniur frocks full victims to the heat of- midsummer, \vhcn they lose their shape and tidiness \ve tan lertaii 1 .!;' tio something about that! Give us Hie la'k of reviving llio>e ,suniiiu:r t"^- A Iiiirnt's' and they'll come huniu [rcsh and lit for iuiurs of hot weather smartness. We G/«e Popularity Contest Votes OF DRESSES Beginning Tuesday, June 30 Crepe, Sbantim»" Georeelle i ' o' o and Chiffon Special Groups: d!><n> nc! n- d>o AC ^2.95 to 1*0.95 Dresses th;;t 1'ornicrly suld fov ?u.9o to §(i.\fo $6.95 originally pvicul at $10.05 to values front Si.(>.Yf> to ?10.7 J;'I'D UP prit'otl I'honcs ISO - 7:i(l Dri'.-. r,;iku, HATS l'r;ii(!.>. Iluir J>riii<l.s ;m-.: Pananuis HATS i'or SI All Sa!<s SISTERS 1 *

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