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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 5, 1952
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TASK TWO SocielM N&uiA BLYTTOVTU.E (ARX.) COURfKR NEWS Pat llullins, Society Editor Phune 4461 Jerry Jo Lewis Is Honoree at Kitchen Shower Miss Jerry ,lo Lewis, bridc-pjrct of Johnny Gln.vicock, wa.s honorcrJ this morning with n bronkfnsi and I kEtcheu .shower at the home of Mrs. ! Stick Cologne Is Pleasant Aid On Hot and Sultry Summer Days Hy ALICIA IIAIIT M-:A Heauly rditnr Sinco you rati't carry a porlrible air coiifliiitmfnic unit arnunil it! your h:i(ulb:i r T. !lu- next lyo^t thincc---cos- P^akinK'—is p-.-i lurnc in n, Mbs^^ her shoulder, Her mother, Mrs. VVimaml Mrs. Williams were assisted in sen ins by MM Olenda Lewis. sister of the honour. Mrs. Williams 'itsert n eemerpirro o! yellow summer flowers in ihc dining room, where the guests WL iv scated Dinner Honors June Buchanan, Bride-Elect ^ ' fn |ii>iMiiiiritv in the litst fr-v; ye:ir.s, and no woiulcr. It. oilers ihc- Inx- > iiry of cool. refreshiiiK comfort with r .ilist the wi^t ot yiiur wust pej-fi-rt 10 s!ip into Ihc pocket of ovi'i- vuur fiirelieail aiui wrists, anil | fe?l its if-e-liko <|u:ilitv. | One slick fi-aqi-niii'c lins been >:u-l:;![;i-il in a completely new type jof ca«c which Itxjks like n jiniilm j lifisticfc nnrl ii|>e'ra(es like one. loo. Ail vein h:i\-e to do i.s nirn I lie b;«se jiincl out comes the stick iirednne i rc.iriy KJ apply. ; A-ide /roin ii s conn-mem--, uiisj M,<:I in an mil. (use, ruTonilng i<i the maimlnc- tjne swivel c.ise. lurer. l.s con.stniLteti in .sueh n w;iy ' A cooiin^ sriorls eonipuninn is a version of the solii! perfume slick in an unusual lipstick Bits of News TUESDAY, AUGUST'», 1M1 Ba/lerina Suggests You Take Exercise For Beauty 11 y ALICIA IUKT N'KA Beauty Kdltor Dalierlna Irene Hawthorne has no illusions about her lovely flsure Slie known that the only way «hc can keep it perfectly proportioned Is to exorcise every Kindle day. "I don't like to exercise any more 111' by shi-lterlnu' the Miss June Buchanan, l>riilc-clrct of Benjamin p. Johnson, was (iu<*t of honor Inst niRht nt n dinner, at the home of Mrs. Roy Henri, before n mectini; of ineinVieis of Young Women's Association of Ihe First Baptist, Cliurcl). Miss Buchanan was given a sift which was topjied with n bride doll to mark her place. She wore for the occasion, n pa.stel |>laiil of tissue chambray. Among the guests were ^^l•s. W. E. Buchanan, Mrs. C. K. John.-on, Mrs, Ted King. Mrs. C. E. Kvan.5. Mrs. E. C. Brown, nnd Mrs. Linwood Lewi*. After dinner, guests gathered in the living room for the second chapter of. their mission hook. "Thus It Is Written." which Is ucinu taught by Mtss Hazel Brannen. I WSCS at Yarbro i - /.iMtmri ii'KRi. Holds Meeting „ M.. ,,„,, .1 Doming hi-ents .Mr. anrf Mrs. J. E. Stevenson J r / and daughter Mary Tarvcr, and son, cation to Pont'e Vedra Fla" 1 " * a ")'' hllt IWC! >"-' ; P of the demands of my -,^'loifn 1 \ 1 ^' """ ™"' T ° m S"^^... 1 rC "' iZe " 1B •"»"- itiid joiiii, oi wtjSini nrc >st}i k ii<JJnir Hp!t^ i \ ' NI Mi«' R tmr' n ° k 'r- 11 i ' '"'' I >l( ' : « ri »^r by spending it on MI.SS Jci.iee Oill ),,-,., returned I the roof of her apartment house To from nvo months trip to central. allow for complete imibililv 'she nnd South America. In the 32.COO j always wears shmts am! a blouse miles f he traveled by air. .she visit-1 "The keynote -of makinir exercise cd Mexico. Cosla lilcn, Guatemala ', effective." says Irene nWthorjiei City. Panama City. Columbia, Ecua- j "Is lo execute it slowly and with the dor. Peru. Chile, Argentina, Ura- '. precision of a military maneuver, puny, Brazil, Trmaciad nnd Puerto' "'s harder at a slow "pace but it Rico. Miss Gill was Joined in Foi t < s h°'*'- s results." Wni-ih. Te\-.. by Or. ploy Barnard j One effective wav of oValim- with for the trip. Dr. Barnard Is ilenn n[ ' a luolriidiiiK hirjlinc Is to employ women nt Southwestern seminary. I "bmnpiiiK." Sit on the floor with Seaman Apprentice Harold Wayne i your lei'S .stretched out ttiaight and Oi'tin nirj,'ec£ Smulay (o s[iend a! K( i'^ before you. Point your tors. 15-dny leave with his parents, back lo rest your weight tin and Mis. T, 10. Ciaiin, and family.! - vo1 "' hands, palms down, alwut 18 He is nijsv .stationed at Moffett; inehns behind you. Ficlil. Calif, iihr-re he is i,j [he I U.SIIIK your arms as a lever, stiff Aim-aft Service &|uadron 10 \ and uniient at the elbo-.vs. yoiir of the N'avy. j body, twist to the riirht and vicor- licnnv Oil! returned yesterday °" s| V buinp the rip tile floor fro.-n <?wh. N. M, by pi,->ii ( . nnd flvn "'" ( ' s - R* 1 '""! to tho ordinal ini't in Memiihis by Mr. and j l m -""'"- Repeat on the other hip. Mrs Ed Ilardin. He had born Ihe To flatten your stomach while it Is in ii.-e. T'nis solid perfume Is available,-. ^ in three famous frntirniiccs ... each | Bork alter sprndin s a'weok "MI'S" I fo(lt behind you, with the" foot one designed for soothing hot- ~ -i..i.( •>*,„!,*.- ,^ ,K,. _;.^.. ,— ,,. v,'cather lehef. Mrs. Calvin Hollinav.vorth » At tlx Hospitals Blyfhevillc llospllal Dismissed: Mrs. Lonnle Reese, City Walls Hospllal Mrs. j. w. Peaiv-on, city Russell Jackson, City Mrs. Billy Magncs and baby. City Charles Inmnn, Armorel j hostess last, Hi-jhi, to iiic.'iiber.s of! r (he Woircn's Soeiety of Christian j Service of the Methodist Church in i Yarbro. ; "Tis, So Sweet to Trust in J (wi s" was the opdiliii; sons before pray, er was offered by Mrs. Dave Abbott, A devotional wits tjivcn by Mrs, I Biineh conducted the program. [ "World Federation of Methodist ' Women." Those inking parts were j Mrs. Piiul Abbott. Mrs. Jimmy Dnujsiiman. Mrs, f)alle.y Tarpley and Mrs. Billy Chapman." A brief business session was followed by a social hour in whKh Mrs Hollinf;sworih served party foods. Forever The Favorite Trinity Circles Meet at Church Members of Circles .One and Two of Trinity Baptist Church met yesterday at the church for a program I and business meeting. To begin the meeting, Mrs. Her- i man Adair led prayer after the j group repeated their WMU watch- [ word. Mrs. David McFenke led the ! WMU hymn. j Mrs, R. W. Woolen presided over a bu.sine.-s session and turned the [ meetinK over to Circle One. »-hh:ll i had the program. Mrs. L. O. Ken- i wrifiit. o. A. Counseler. and Mrs. Mc-Penk-c guve talks on their trip to f Pcriicliff. Mrs. Woolen dismissed with prayer. Members of Circle Two served, refreshments. O Tuesday American Lcclon Auxiliary meets at 8 p.m. at the American Legion Hut. ! Mrs. R. C. Allen Is hostess lo j members of Club Eiiiht. i Mrs. W. H. O'Kecte is hostess to f members of CfB. I Thursday La Nueve liridce Club inccls In the homo of Mrs. colcman Stevens. j Mrs W. B. Mayo entertains mem- ! bers of Thursday Hook Club. ] Blythevlllc Duplicate Bridge Mrs. Alex Curtis hostess to members of Kibitzer Club. Friday Osceoia nnri Hlythevillc .issenibly of Rainbow Girls has 6:30 p.m. dinner at Masonic Hall In Blytheville, honoring (?raiid worthy ndv-isor, Miss Marian Sacrey of HiissellviJIe. '/; to the risht loot, liaise! rm. stiff and straight,! tlon of the perfume from the air j guest, of Mr and Mrs. O. N. Neely. whittle down a waistline, put your '"'" Mis. G- V. Hairs and Mrs. V. B. | rl ' rllt foot before you. the risht arm Daws returned home from I itile i beliitul your waist. Place your left foot • • - • O. V. niiM-s visited her daughter, | rlk ' hl Mrs. Orville O. Klkins. and family, i V™ r . . - ami Mrs. S. K. Ciiirictt and fnmily I '™ cl '"" 5 H '"'' ' C ' nl!d bcml "'"'" i at Onrdo.i. Mrs. V. n. Daws was the j [^ ^ l .!^'. h ™ i; , 1 .' H! "!' ! " r !" nvt ' r ! Sliest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Balcntine in Little Ro-k. Miss Mar* Hale. Miss Rene Nor- . ft . JO V.' ly cr " ne " p - kf(> l>»l- 5'o'ir; 1 ris. and Miss Dixie Fay Killiail of i j Manila were among the [ who attended a party for [ Delta Delta Sorority at Horseshoe hake Katiirday. Miss Gay Oarris.'.ll, "f.xerclsc is absolutely essential for a perfectly proportioned Jis-iirc.'; ballerina Irene Hawthorne. "To reduce the upper leg, swinging Hie leg hack and forth is simple but efTeciive (above) I or your hips, sit on the door, bend the left leg at Ilic knee so lhaf the inside ui the tlii^h lies flat on the lloor. Bend your other lee in the same fashion, ['ill your hands on your hips and revolve your Ixidv from left lo right." (Insert above.) uie „ ' riishees j rais(n!J the ri ,.,] lt - foot o f f „',,,. resist the impulse to flop down in Delta , Kr nund. Do this five, times and t!ien| a handy chair and take a long drink reverse and repeat with the rl?htjof water, [! of water, fat a the, piece of fruit, and then hie yourself ] off to the bathroom and take a V/hen your exercise period Is over, j co0 ', invigorating shower, stresses the red-headed ballerina,! lancer Irene Hawthorne certainly has found the way to figure beauty. Her advice might well «ive you a. fine start alone the same path. j Miss Annella Humphreys, and Miss V.arriRan's hnuseailest*. Miss Linda i Lake St]'6et WSCS j Du.-hatn of Dr-Qneen and Mi-s Alice' ,., ^ n | liiirrus of Texarkana. Miss _Raiuona ! MflS OCUCly Meet iCrafton anil her cues!. Miss Mantel Members of the Women's Sor-iety! Ann Tiwatt of Little Rock. al«o at- j of Christian Service of L-ike Street! ' tended. ] Methodist Church mei la« iii.aht nti Mrs. A. E. Robinson of Bast View I the Church for a wec!-:!y meeting | Acres in I/-achville was admitted to I and first class session'In the bool:,j St. Hernavd Hospital in Jonesboro I " Thc ,, Family, A Christian Con-1 Mrs. W. L. Ovc'en led the opcti- Marriage Licenses The - fol!i)\vluK couple yestorriay obtained a marriage licence in the office of "the County Court Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythc Parker: Kugeire -Wells nnd Miss Rratrlc:e Youiigblood. Iwlh of Blyllicvllle. Salurdftv whfi'e .iho is u]ifiprj;oinjr treaf.inent, She Ls hi room 323. Miss Gay Garri?tin is spending tho rctnairirirr of this \vook with Miss AHcp Burrus In Texarknna. Miss Btirnts spent several days here Insi week. ini; prayer and in a business sr-s-: siori. plans were completed for n : pot luck and .socinl meetimr to be. held Friday at (he Church. Mrs. Cecil Lush, president, presided. j ,,. t • Mrs- Billy Kint: took charpe of ; Mr. anrt Mrs. M"Kmlcy Vprnan j tllE stl ,dy ar\rt "Jesus CJills Us" was 1 nanonnce the Irirth of a dausiiter | 5im2 bv Teens Must Plan For Hand Beauty Ily AMffA HART MiA lleaiily Ililitor If you are a teen-ni'er who bites , her nails, why not start an all-out i summer enmjiajgii :o break Hie i habit? | Tliinlt how woiitlf rliil il would be j t" uo buck (o school wit-h perfectly srnnmctl, tapering nails. They will make you feel delightfully 'femi- ninc nml even glamorous Decide, Rl'SU jiiit why you bite. Winsome Class Has Business Meet Members of the Winsome Class of the First Baptise Church met at the home of Mr-,'. H. b. Hals-el! Jr.. last, night at v':;io. Mrs. Clarence Johnson, president presided over a business session for the 11 members. Airs. Jnmes Gantner led opening prayer and Mrs Roland Bishop gave the devotional "What We Can Give Our Children" Reports were Riven and the remainder of the evening wns spent, informally. The hostess served a dessert course. Grandpa Learnt Use of Beauty Shops Since TV By DOKOTHV ROB Associated Prts« Wome»' Grandpa Is going lo be - .„ boy. now that television h»« vinced him It's no sin to I*.* young. ™*The men's beauty busliw« v booming, says Albert of Fifth Av» nue. whose men's grooming «alo» Is booked solid from nine to Jiv, daily with big businessmen and taxi drivers, cops and clergymen TV stars and Wall Street broken'- all of whom Jiave discovered if.' good business to look your best ' Albert, veteran New York beaul ticlan and style director ol th* Hun Fashion Council ol America branched out into the men'* field last year, and now reports that his business has tripled. He says: "For many years I have Been men working themselves to death (darning enough money to keep their wives looking young, with the result that the wives start looking around /or younger men, "Now ii's time men realized that it's important for them to look younu, in business or in romance When a man starts oul to look for n new job or a new wife, heaven help him if lie lonks SO when he's only -10. A little professional grooming could malce him look 36." The gentleman who visits Albert's salon gets Ihe works. One young lady works on his head another on his feet and a third manl. cures his hands. If he's the tycoon- type executive who feels he can't take time away from his business he can dictate while he's being beautified, and the record Is sent to his secretary—or if he hasn't a secretary, Albert has a tran-^ I scriutlon made for him. While he's™ [getting Ihe works his suit Is sent out to be pressed and returned fresh and unrumpled by the time he's ready to walk out, a new and handsomer man. Albert otters to gentlemen nil the beauty services available In ! women. Including hair styling, permanent waves and hair dye- The most popular service Is th« hair-dye job of men. says Albert, who explains: "Baldness and gray hair are lh« two things that make a man a grandpa. And men in all walks of life are discovering that It payj j to look as young as you can." Read Courier New» Classified Ads. nt their home July 30. She has been named Rebecca I/iuise. Mrs, F. L. Reed and'Mrs. Jenny Wiis taken from Deuteronomy and Mrs. King offered prayer. Mrs. nob McMastor gave the chapter from the book, with scripture from Pro- Malnne -spent the '.vr-r-k end in .lark- son, Tcnn. as the of Mr. and Mrs, Milton Walter. i During Intermission, refreshment;.' Mrs. J. L. Peterson of Newman. ] were served by Ihe hostess before Oa.. is the suest of her sisters. Mrs. i another 45-miiuue session closed - .Six-Weeks Series f'hids for Club In a fivr-Uible Houell movement played Suftirift? afternoon by members of IJl>;(=heville Duplicate Bridge Loap,uc, Mrs:'C. C. Couiicilie and Mr*, joe Ferguson won top honors. Mr.v Russell Phillips and Mrs. Foy Etchteson won second place. Saturday also marked thr- end of a fix week's series rtnd winners in- •lucled Mrs. C. C. Counrlllc. first: second; Mrs. t!le mwt1 "*- f P. L. Reed and Miss Agnle Hood, I Mr. ami Mrs. Percy A. Wright returned last nii:ht from MouHrie.. Oa.. where they'motored Cadet Dun \ /}''- antf Mrs. G. H. Grear and on to Flint ami Canada. Wri-ht hack to Spcnce Field. Cadet j thclr srandson. David Oxman/ who| e Wriithl had been home >*»•three- j- hilst bee n visiting, here for*itir,cef a dav pass tn-attend the funeral of | weens, left, yesterday by plan'e ,(orj. : his maternal smndmother. Mrs. I Davtrl's home, in Short Hill.,. N. X."- Minnle Marshall of Cai thfrsville. lo bo tlle S™sts of his parents, Dr. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.eRoy Huddleslon and children. Manila and LeRoy, ami Mrs. J. H. Oxninn. Mrs. Jesse M. Russell has return- Gleaners Meet- in Fair Home Mrs. Russell C. Furr was hostess yesterday moinlmi to members of i Mrs \y A Alflick the Gleaners Sunday School da«i j j| m " Reason third ' of tho First Baptist Cluirch. A special The morning meeting was conducted on the porc.h which was decorated with lo-,v bowls of golden plow and /inr.a.s. Mrs- Walter Bishop, leaclipr. led Rr,,,,-,;,^,, I-Jo,.,. tho opening prayer, and Mrs. Jim tteiUllOn .11616 Tomptcius pave the devotional, at-! ter which Mrs, Lloyd Stiekmon.l Eiaht.v ci™ht members of the nti- presidt'Nt of the i-Ias*. presided over * ^ or( ' C'oolcv family were, entertain- the hiiftness se^inn. Mrs. Murray i "I at 302 South 21st Sunday on the Smart led Ihc rlnstnu prayer ami a: lawn with a picnic supper, social hour fnlUvvrd j CVueMs .represented (nur s'ntc.i Mrs, Iv'u^ell H;,incs Fair was a I The afternoon was spent informal- r.w.t of the c!,»:s ,-inrl file and ly. Mrs. demise Pollock assisTrd tile - — _ j Untie* ill si'i-vlre: party foods. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Jr. returnrd Sunday ni'iht from ' Ki fr <™ Cairo. III. where she »t- Estes Park Colo., where they spent j 'ended a reception for Sister Mary e ther- the chll- Jnmes - N - n • who is f^lcbrntins her r*s. While j 150th anniversary of teaching in St. I (iren altendccl the Chclcy Colorado; SJIn nn 1 Camp for Boys and Glrb. j Josephs parochial school. Sister A special winners game will be played Thursday. 88 Attend Family John Brown returned home yes- j Jamcs was Mrs - Russell's first grade j (ordav from Kennedy General Hos- ici ' r -'"' r - j pilal where lie has'been a patient i F ^' °"' ccr ""d M«. W. C. Kim- ! for several week.s. His -condition is -''«" announce the birth of their said to h« improved. ! '"^. chj ""' .» <"»'S"ttr. July 25 at i .\fr. ami Mrs. I.eon Scherer are " a ' ls "<"!»'». She has beer, nam- ! spenrtlnit several days with Mr. and [ ^"' 8 ". Gal . l '. M ! s - Kimb "^ J 's the Mrs. ij, V. Perry In Memphis. j "^Tp 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer spent' ,,^1^ Ada Laura Fowler. seU-eonscioii5. or are your emotions >-o rattled that the. only way you can keep thorn under control is to chrw at, your n;tihi? Well, at this point In life, yon are Vvhc euouyh to know [hat you can overcome any of these problems. But if you are at all in doubt, one help is to interest, yourself in an extremely active hobby. Turn your attention away from your own .problems. You'd be ; .surpmed at how eas>; they can disappear when -you are too busy to -IhiH^ibout them. k : *?!>'_" a clear'polish to your nails every single? day. Naturally, keep them well filed with an emery board. If you arc tempted to chew while wntchms an excitim; movie or reading a thriMin:? book, keep KUIII in your handbag or on your reading table. Breaking the habit of biting your nails will take perseverance. Yon may have lo maVe several new starts before yrm have the situation under c-ontrnl. But you can do il. and imci- you see how beautiful your nails can OF. notliins in all the world will make you ever want to bile thnni a:;ain. i FT A T Meeting-of Year The first regular meeting of Holland. Mo.. Parent-Teachers Asso- I . cialion will be held today at six | o'clock under the sprendtug oak on I the hiqh school campus near the. | lunch room. Those -mending will brim; a picnic basket. | After lunch, the forthcoming- i home talent play, the title of which i i has not yei been selected, will be j j discussed and vacant offices will' be tilled by election. . ! FOR SALE Concrete culverts, H Inch >c 4S inch, plain or reenforcRd. Also Concrete Huililinn Blocks eheap- :r than lumber f«r barns, cblck- en houses, pump houses, tenant bouses, tnul sheds. We delirer. CaH «i for fr«e ««tiraate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phnn* 601 S HERE! the v.ct?k end with their diiliyliter, I Mrs. H. P. Pan-Is, Jr., and Mr. Par' r:s. Mrs. Parris accompanied th=m home. The three will be joined by ; of Mrs. Adiiin Huller. They will go Fort Worlh. Tex., are spending a 15-day furloush with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Smith and family and Mrs. FiriHiii!,- insects n ncl diseases (s nil important part of ijurdenina Use a small dust gun for an avcr- asc-.'iTMl garden. The crank- driven blower type of duster, how- I ever, is hotter for a. lanse garden. ' By Sue Burnrtt ^^ A beautifully tailored cla;»lc that never goes out of !a.<hi<>n. i s so flattering to every ti '..:re. Siccvcs and shoulders ure cciii.Ionably cul in one. twin pockei.s are optional. Pattern N'o. fi7BO is a svw-nir- ;M-r- forated pattcui in s.-ze; H. 1C. 18. 20; 40. -S2. 44. 46. Size 16, 4 varrts ot 35-Inch. For this paitern. send 30: in COINS, your name, mlo.rr.-s. s./c ri'.-- eircd, and ll-e PATTERN .NUMBER to S'.:e nurnftt, Courier Nc-vf. 375 Quincy St.. Chlci>so 6. Ill Heady for .you now—Bnsic FASHION' for '52. F.ill n:ul Winter. Tins new issue is filled with for smart, prac.Ural sewing :or a r.ew season; gift pattern printed nr-iric ' the book, 25c. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission ilr & ."illc At All Times TI;KS.-\VI:I).-THI:KS. !';il Nile.s TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Open (i:3ll p.m Show Sl.-irls al Dusk. 2 Shows livery Nile I Tt'ES.-\VKl). I30!.t,.\!{ A CAH Hring a Carload for ?1 No Iliroa worrfi aver nieanl to much io to many people . , , 66 n mm• cosnihi mm-m 6«s PiCltRt Also Cartoon & Comcdv J:\-MFSND\SOS-AVA GARDNER i Also Selected Shorts "Cupper Tnkcs a How \Ynw" "Songs of the Campus" RITZ GUESTS .Mr. vV^ Mrs. Homer Nunnally S- I-'nmily -Mr. & Mrs. .!. C. Walsh & |' Jlm ily Mr. & Mrs. Itnymond K tills & Kamily Mrs. Andy Marker X Miss \'v KK \ ljnrkcr ..— fci Reg. $ 1 size <lr 1ft if !tct,..tlicn i>nr~s n tissue I" >nur li|»« ntitil no rolnr rinnrj off, 'I hcri ki>s your l)«* an or ilrnik yoirr coffee or jui Ji.|-our = n ilinn^r... IVrrtt.iMii k will kcefi «n loi.k- i!>H lit>cly for h»»rj>t I- mil* (rlnmoii roiis Tiissy ml- or,: Midnight, MiilniicUii>i:ik, ( oiUr n Knttd, (r.TTclm Ti V- . ,.>«."-5^S!~JFKS?» 'hi. nITcr UM1TK1) TIME \?M^'M$m 'M. Y! •*-a;',*i.;sidi»&s' Blythevillc, Ark. ' More of the things you need Fc? ihe money you hove to spend You con save ;!-,= end by shopping the Ssors cololog way. See Ihii brand new calnlog Ihol ha> cverythins you'll want rhk Fall and Winlcr — all at pricej below whal you'd normally «»p«ct to pay. And, remember, ot Sean quality it guaronleed lo lotiify or your money back. Try ihil convenient on«.,lop v, Qy | o ^,<,p. Come in your Seori Cololog Soles Offict wher» you <on MI tamplei of oduol morchondise, have your m«aiure m « n i, taken if needed, and your order written up for you. [f .1011 wish liiko ndvanlajre of ntir telephone order service, .lust mil 8131 nnd give your order. *•"•'• Ph - 8 ' 3 '

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