Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 3, 1946 · Page 16
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Crtk convalescing fti beirif. discharged Jfe Hospital. Bill on his khee. * * Its fioiitt, freshman, was ffl tfie* fiftB jjeriod LITTLE HARVESTER Band Clinic to Be Held Her»r Westphal Will Be Conductor Vol XV Partipa High School, March 3, 1946 The Pampa High School Band Mr. PrM WettpMl, drMctor of fn- strifmental College for ifr| &>beft Sanford substituted fdf Mrs!.- Uslle Hart, sewing teach-^ J** 8 al - *&s- Sahfofd was er HOTie Economics department Plank was elected vice pres- fcteht of-the froodshop to replace Charles Mobd, who moved to Port .forth. y < "* * * The Harvester and Little Harvester 1 ; staffs have selected their pins. Miss diarls Click will take orders for these. i : '"'. ' «* * Senior invitations-will be ordered iotnotfoWi This is the deadline for. these and also the deadline for the filing .of the application for the Carlsbad trip. f * * *• PHS students made an all time record of two hours and forty-five Miinutes in taking ^he tuberculosis test PViday. The test was given to 896 students by Mrs. Joe Stephens, R. N. Mr. Carter stated that very £ood cooperation was shown. Those Aiding Mrs. Stephens ware Helen Hagerty, Leona Mills, Junice Ann Fahle, Emmett Forrester, and Emory Menefee. ;, * * * . The choir is to sing at the First Baptist Church tonight. Under the the direction of Miss LaNelle Schei hagen they will present a 25 minute program. Quebell Nelson To L' Represent Districi For DAR Award to be held TO oe hem *to and ensembies Witt fe» fete* Thur.dav and H ded Th ^sday mornin'g MX. IM Ot» Thursday and Fri- ching contegt wm ^ h _ M {hit ^i,^. ^SS^J^^SS^^ dancc bands PW* , is a woodwind specialist and will *^™ m ™^ m JS?^*£J£ lecture several times to the wood- S^I.J^ S^jfj \*£S? £5& wind sections of both bands. outstanding band and di-ut* flWjffiF The clinic which is in m-prmrn.- wil1 be selected - ^he contest tsafid? tion for U*' TriSate SuslcTo.l «™ d °nd ° ""^-'figgS test to bp hplrt in Fnirl nWn will of eacl1 Dar ld, Will give--ftf COfitJeft be^toLd e w^a"oStMday W 2 Prance Saturday eveftirig vfo 8 p.m. Tickets will be sold by all cl °4? ^ 9, on * est ' : ' " : ' Pampa band students, including the riArtntenu* elementary band members which are ^armets, onm to perform at the concert. Stu- ,,_, * ' M& J ° e W 800 dents wm be admiUed for i e cents Bi " ^f' *"?<••**& and adults 35 cents. Savage, Jimmy Savage, Billy The Enid contest which starts A ,±^ ^^ S& April 4 is sponsored by the Phillips University band under the direction of Mr. Milburn Gary. Fea- w'V""' tured at the contest will be Mr. waters ' Gustave Langus, celebrated New . Carpenter, Ja«,udin e ,K*l. lams ' shlrlev Easter, Nadin£ din ' Doris Jea » Cornets, Bill Payne, James Bar* PHS Girls Go To FHA Convention The Pampa Chapter or the Fu- Hardy, Richard Adams, Sol(«n' : loway, Larry RhoadeS, Andy Tarrant, and Clifford mus. •-.••,, Flutes, Wanda Fish, Kuth'ie Franks, and Billie Marie Merles'.- .'. Oboe, Lillian Stark and Horace ture Homemakers of America were Saundcrs. / represented at the Area I meeting Alto Clarinet, Elsie Ruth Ota-, in Tulla yesterday by Naneen Camp- ham, Bobbye Joyce Vaught, Emttiitt bell, nominee for area secretary, Lu- Forrester. ,, cille smith and Irene Hoggatt, dele- French horns, Martha Lou Hogftny M^'™,f 0 £ ^ rs ' L f sl i e Hart ? nd Robert shelton - B°bby Mouchia Miss Edith Krai, and Mrs. Smith, otorla . Jean Wardp and Jacqueline attending mother. Wilson ' Dr. Douglas E. Nelson To Be Guest Speaker at Junior-Senior Banquet ' Quebell Nelson, PHS nominee for the .Daughters .of the American fj r . Douglas K. Nelson, pastor of Devolution award, has been chosen |, J)C Prc.sbylcrian church, will bn to represent District 1 in the final U) r guest, speaker at, the.- Junior- Oecison..tq be made in Austin. Senior banquet to be held Stitiir- j. Sh<5 was chosen out of 24 girls c i ay u _ 8 p.m. in the high school in this district. The lots were drawn cafeteria. Dancing to Dick McCune's by DAR representatives in Lubbock. orchestra will follow the banquet. The final winner, who will also be seniors received invitations in .. IO ANIV rnnxRon determined by lot, will get a trip to home room Wednesday. ,„,, J -'"ANN COONKOU Washington, D. C. . Expenses will be taken from the Tis Spring, say most of the "fash- •; To determine the PHS candidate, junior play to be given soon, and enables" about this, time of year, three girls were nominated by the juniors will be charged $1.00 per although there are still a few who Senior class. Their names were plac- student. Tickets are being sold by oan fc bear to P ut away that glam- ed before the faculty, who made the all junior home room teachers with orous Wack velveteen or startling final decision. no sales after noon Wednesday. recl sult " choer "P- chicks, they'll i — .» Miss Katherine Simmons is head ^ B S P r etty next year! Off with •I '- WW ••• II sponsor for the junior class and tne olcl and on with the. new Is JSOVS HG3r 1 31RS tne flowing committees have been ^ becoming the slogan around . ••*;•' •***•• mmmmmmti chosen: decorations, Beverly Baker, PHS chairman, Margie Taylor, Law- Bernie Brown seems to have gone rence Baines, Jean Pratt, Harold Mexican with his "big" hurachas! j Problems of Joining the armed Anderson, Frances Jean Gilbert, Anyway, we think they're cute, forces and the discussion of'the G. I. F1 °y d Brandt, Margie Lawrence, Bernie. Bill of Rights was the purpose of the Mrs. Mabel Torvic, »md Mr. Jack Peasant blouses and lull .skirts Electing'of all the boys in school Nichols; serving, Miss Edith Krul; always look like spring and Bar- Pbnday afternoon. program, Miss Virginia Vaughan; bara Coonrocl, Mildred Groves anrl •• Some of the things discussed by menu, Miss Lorainc Bruce and Mr. Barbara Carruth certainly do them the returned veterans of Pampa Ba y Robbins. justice. On Armed Forces High .were the chances for promotion in- all the armed forces, the draft law arid its connection with the high school boy, service schools and what good they are to the man in service, the glamour of being in the armed forces, duties of boot tJ; V O.AI x Sybil picrson and Ramona Math- Tn Hnlf] cny wero looki "B cool and fresh AU J..LUIU jn theil . pastel spl . mg dresscs last _„ week. Sybil's is blue linen and she ___J his a recl leather belt and shoes as accessories. Ramorta's is'yellow and Plans for a box supper to be held blue butcher linen and very cute camp and basic training, and the March 22 were made at the Tri-Hi- indeed! ^•J- B !", ?* Rlgh . tS - « Y meetin B last Monday. The box H ubba! Hubba! HubbH! expresses : Men taking part in the program supper is to be for members of the the opinions of many about Maxine 2'ere -Mr John Plaster, Mr. J C. Tri-Hi-Y and their guests. Lanc and Aurenia White in their Pattillo, Mr. J. R. Hale, Mr. Glenn A program was given consisting new summer sports dresscs Maxine's Allison, Mr. J. H. Flathers,- Mr. Ro- O f talks by Doris Shackelford and _ s p r i ncess style—white trimmed bert Carter, Mr. Cecil B. George, Georgi Anna Grogan. Then a group _ n Wack and w) ' ilo check Am . cnia . s Mr. M. E, Berg- Mr. Tom Herod, and discussion was held. is melon-red and sets off- her blonde Mr. Haskell Folsom, former Junior All members are urged to attend ] la j r . High coach. the meeting tomorrow as further i Mr. Savage asked the questions plans for the box supper will be and the men on the panel discussed completed. The subject to be dis- ihem for the boys. cussed will be social clubs. PHS Calendar March 5—Quill and Scroll RO to Aimirilln to initiate Amarillo pledges. March 7-8—Hand clinic, with concert Friday at 8 p.m. March 9—Junior-Senior banquet. March 15—Holiday. Teachers go to Amarillo to the Northwest Texas Conference of Education, district IX of TSTA. March 15,16—Fo^ Worth Stock show track meet/ March 23—Panhandle High School Press association in Canyon. March 26—Texas Music Educators Region 1, choiv contest here. April 1—Senior 'Kid Day. April 4-5-6—Band contest in Enid, Oltla. April 6—District Intcrscholas- tic League meet in Amiirillo. April 18—Regional Inlcrschol- astic meet in Liihbpck. April 26—All-School choral festival. May 2-a—Intel-scholastic League Track meet and Jnterschol- aslic League 1'rc.ss Conference. May 3-4-5—Seniors' trip to Carlsbad Caverns, N. M. May 13—Vesper services, 5 p.m, May 1C—Graduation, 8:30 p.m. Pampa High Thin Clads To Enter Fort Worih Slock Show Track Meet Harvester Track Team Take Bucks er; Gwendolyn Boles, Littleficld, parliamentarian; Leo Maudie Wat- Thc Harvester track team has en- son - Lockney, sergeant at arms. Lured the Fort Worth stock show ^ track meet to be held March 15-10. The preliminary meet will be held fleers and state" delegates. Billy Tarpley and The officers for the past year were Tenor Saxophone, Donna Alice Ruth Crocker, Tulia, president; B K»gle and Donald Max Noet Suzanne Harbouth, Canadian, vice Baritone Saxophone, Anna president; Juandell Cruse, Groom, Cox. ,,. treasurer; Algene O'Daniel, Tulia, Baritones, Randall Clay, Dan Stale""? P ?." c ?.."L S ."!^-L ° e ^ dine lin ss. and Don Kephart. larinet, Donald Thut arid' Cummings. Bassoon, Junice Ann Fahle anrf Rosemary Hamilton. Trombones, Dick McCune, silly Balrd, Kelly Anderson, Jackie QUf- t.is, David Lamb, Donald Wesfc ail* Quill, Scroll Members To Go To Amarillo Jessie Shillings. Basses, Danny Williams, Donald Ray Byars, Ray Wells, John More* head, David Plank, and Jerry Fill-' Eleven members of the Pampa man< Friday and the finals-run off Saturday. Thc Harvester track team beat the This meet will include all Texas White Deer Bucks Thursday after- and the Southwest. Some of the best noon for their first win of the track high school runners in the state season. The team won first place wil1 compete in this event. Quill and Scroll society will jje'r- Drums, Mildred Groves, in all the track events and field To be eligible for this meet the form the initiation ceremony for the Jay ' L aRue Kessler, Bertie events, boy will have to run the high hur- new members of" the Amarillo chap- ell, Gail Price, Jo Ita Galloway, and Outstanding for the clay was Ran- rtles in W.8 seconds; the 100-yard ter at a formal dinner Tuesday Be 'ty Jo Peoples, dall Clay with 18 points. He won dash in 10.7; the mile run in 5 min- night. Tympani, Ronald Lewter. second in the 100-yard clash, first utes .' 440-yard relay, 48 seconds; Officers and sponsors of the Pan- Bells, Joan Clay Bobbye Tucltevi in the high jump, first in the broad 440-yard run, 54 seconds; 220-yard handle High School Press Associa- Barbara Vaughan ' and Peggy Mo- jump and first in the discus throw. run - 23 seconds; 220 low hurdles, tion will attend, including Anna Donald ' Following close behind was Carl 24 seconds; 880-yard run, 2 minutes Merle Cox of Pampa, vice presi- ivr nl . lm h n Ta 0 ,,hnvn at™™, ' Mayes with 12 points. He won the and 10 seconds; mile relay, 3 min- dent. Maiimba, Barbaia Stevens. 100-yard dash, 220-yard run and utes . 40 seconds; pole vault, 10 Members of Quill and Scroll who Drum major, Bill Payne. third place in broad jump. Bernie !eet 8 inches; high jump, 5 feet may attend are Don Rowe, Pat Mil- Assistant drum major, Mfldrea Brown 0:1 me up with 10 points. He 10 inches; broad jump, 21 feet 2 ler, Anna Merle Cox, Frank Stal- Gl ' ov ?s. won first place in both the low and inches; discus throw, 130 feet; shot lings, Ramona Mathcny, Beverly Twirlers, Mary Lou Mazey, Bun- high liurdles. .. put, 42 feet G inches. Baker, Bob Parkinson, Jim Terrell, nio Shelton and Barbara Carrotl*. The events with first, second and Thc track team Will enter the Ernm Lce Kennedy, Kathryn Rose, third places were as follows: district meet in Amarillo April 6 and Maj 'J' Prances Jones. 120 high hurdles-Bernic Brown f, ud aU , who win fil ' st - secolld or Jiii'ie Williams and Russell Neef,' cl . 13laces Wl]1 . be eligible to com- Lonn M, ies sr s ueei, Pat King Elected ____,____: __, -._ •• _ , — -------- • •** 1 Ti i - •' • *ud.nii interested in March Rotanan T « i$ T eoched A1 . boys and Otis th* the said he ex- Great Plains Jsss.-s-.ea i n terest3d in dent council Tuesday. ToBe-EsfaMiskd A courtesy bureau composed of nuicil members will be inaugurat- Mary Myatt's brown and white ed soon by the student council. The ucuL,^ uu enrpi- mp , -r^or m,,,-,c n Amarillo in club and was in the senior 440 relay—Ollphant, Gooch, Troop .„,?! ir . rni vnn Apr11 should contact Mis s Dorothy He is a reporter on the Little and Brown, Pampa. J,; ^a»jon. Hoyle Monday. Practice will be held vester staff nnd president of senior 220 cla^h—Carl Mayes, Bob Trooo ? ns are , bel , ng r ° rmulate d by the after school. home room 109. , ,. Pampa; Beck and Hill White Deer coacllcs ' ancl tlle chamber of com- Last year the girls received red Pat reveals his favorite food as 220 low hurdles—Brown Neef Max " lel ' ce ^°f an invitation track meet ribbons for winning second place fried chicken and chocolate pie;" B<? Robbins Parnna io ^ e hel ? . m Pampa ln March - n in both singles and doubles, Beverly usually has a box of cough drops 880 dash-Hoi-v-e Sauiiders Pnm W1 , ' 1cons ' st , of class A ailcl AA Ctindler and Dorothy Culberson with him, and likes to chew gum..., WOTJ Ucloll-^iiUi /Vrffc; DrtullUGlo. iralll- cnVinnlc Onr>n1-i n^f f*., —J^i«_i j. i -i 1,1 _ _ _ . , -™ • ^,. . _. _. _ —»**-i, ___ ^***»v . * p O T> vault— Kellv Anderson "hang- on to them.!'. who said tno I 3la " worked effectively ?1 , This week's column would not in Pol 't Worth. ' be complete without mentioning A desk will be placed in the cen- Lei Pampa, jump—Randall Cl 3ooch, Pampa ai 8 - Coach Coffey added. entered doubles and Patsy Pierson, He dislikes homework, woodshop has made four com- singles. • p a _ works at the Johnny Bell Telephone Co, after school and, bank board foj . the ghot pu( . ,', Pampa, for eligibility in the Fort Tavlor * i y"'is J"' engioiniy in tne ^'ort 3 ' Worth meet are Randall Clay, dis- Pick Up Waste Paper , - . * , * sjjorcs ensemoio, Margaret MCCrack- 4 .,, . - - — • - - - -- - cus ^ ... Ulmn . Lpnn Oonr-h Every Student council representative who returns from his en in her yellow and brown one trance Wlth two council members Broad jump—Clay, 18'9", Gooch, 0 _ 0 and | 4Q J ,' ' ....... ^pi-nip Visit to another school remarks on how free from paper and «» d D °™a Bessc in her cute folw- on d "ty every period during the day. "•C", Mayes, 17'5», Willis and Pen- B rown _ , ow an( f hlgh hurdles- Oarl - other items are the halls of the school he visited ered J« m P er - tlplans , w f e completed Tuesday by "'"tton, wnae ueer ib8 . MayeS( broad jump and 10 ^ yard •' Whv does he notice this in oorticular? Thp rpa=;nn k hprnu^p , ° ues s I'd better say thirty before the student council for the all-school ,., m1 . scus ~ c . la y',, 14 ° G • Spcer ' 121 • dash; Horace Saunders, 880-yard ^ LI i r r?r, J. >OTIce inls In parTicuiar. me reason is Decouse I sta _. t ca i ling the roll;' so "See ya' P art y to be held Thursday, March Vulhams, llu'9". ru Lonnle wini ams anr , Bnh ^L*-K L»«ll« «X IJl I C-_^^-_^J-_l .._£... j .!_.« . . ' ""^^^Ji* -i/i .—-» -~ J. liil, ^JUlJillLr VV JlilCllllO CtllU ±J\JlJ Charlie Laffoon and a Campbell won second in doubles at on Saturday! . the meet last year and Ronald Lew- looking at ter third in singles. he says. re •, the halls of PHS are not clear of waste paper, chewing gum next week." Wrappers and anything else the Pampa student might de- - * • •• eide to throw down. PUS PpnpHpc I fieo Tn c We could help keep our halls spick and span if we would "" "P 6 " 68 L ° S 6 10 (1) rtotthrow'any waste paper on the floor but put it in the Whi|e nearest v/aste paper basket, and (2) pick up any paper we """* .. , Lonnle Williams and Bob - 14 - Shot put—Lonnie Williams, Pam- Boyles,* shot put; arid Bill Sneer Committee chairman in charge of ' 5a - 39 ' 5 "'' Thornburg, White Deer, discus throw, the various shows are Bill Nellis— 37 ' : B °b_Boyles, Pampa, SG'll"; leg show; Hansel Kennedy, dart Rancia11 ft,] T MIIW team Parkinson side shows; , Bertie Mc . See ond dispose of it in -the proper place, not on top of the The White Deer, volleyball 4 girls Dowe11 . Blue room; Jack Dunham, lockers. defeated the PHS Pepettes four out skating; Elouise Wyatt, snapshots; Semper -temper Has Quiz CluB W.IUD We should be proud of our building, one of the most modern pri£- 8 a"te'moon^Thc ™s School buildings in the State of Texas, and keep 'if- clean. 15-10, 14-16, and 15-12 101°^.^ ,A small effort on our part will go a long way in helping keep team. The B team scores wcrcTa-s" ^ur building clean. —D .L. " Dick -Mcouno and Bill Neilis who Diek Q(im and Donald Tliut read a illaylet which lncluded dialo S« e £*Z W. Leon Godshall Speaks on Japan Sagebrush- - by the Sage This y/eek Sage has noticed that Hubba!" was the them$ in t}» practically every romance has at minds of those who saw her in he* least one complication, white coveralls last week. Pfflhitllfll . - -o the council on Jimmy out to watch the girls play their their trip. The high schools visited - is l, Bii/lfPH. by Dick and Bill were Technical, won. Ihe local girls played us good Paschal, Arlington Heights, and team "' " ' ' Pr ° BV ollowed s of UK Nelda Davis and Jerry Barber are still being 1 seen together often, This may really develop into something what " J'° u keep it up,' . Leon r— Godshall, second PHS Rotary, speak- June Cummins and Horace Saun- assemtaly, dcrs arc often seen sound Grand Central Station. Irene Hoggatt is on the k%U«§. well oi» the.home and other places. If things are w.W». Roselie 'oS^Ta^ K^r SJteT Is X aSitKS ,«Qf Mwr?/ they should not be taken without the owners' per- Gores, Wanda Lou Brown and Bich- attend the University of Texas She Hnm <mt « m9« i, „* „ i -. " "* — '»"" W- ^^..^^^ ssss;rsu-a3asH^SSB t|j s t x^io^;,„, w ,»„»„„, rtuw „„,,os-sw-jwca. sre Reba Bain, Clara Davis Reba and has been on the basketball and gincp nc"tc^attend eifche? the Un r ° cities ' w other for " 18 of disturb - l' 1 ^' W Sage WBHirt Hlfo for some S. I'Ju'SjrSSf* ^ lean. Patsv Pierson. Bni-nt'sn Ttnnri »nii n tfi-...ii i~ —. « .- . . . *>*"*•>•» «»« "" ai<i<oiiu UII/IILI me uiu- n nr.«, in TQ«OV> ,.,•,,„„ n,« A mericaii stronir handsome nrin to collect • • * WH «vr«?wf > J»OU, fr LiTTLE HARVESTER STAFF i fc published weekly by the school. The LUlle Harvester Is a e Uigh School Press Association, flJMl ? exas Hi S'» Jpchopl Press Association. ' program. Borrowing and not returning things or just raking Ihc'm .,.,„,,, h ... :, ....,„ , „„ . ,,,,,.1 A.A.* • A. t t ' A. I • t r I r *--VJ>-i*Vl) Uill' ill Wclo iOllim Lllcll/ lllCH to be getting quite habitual with a few students of main weakness was in their serving. • Excellent all-round playing was •Mpney, fountains pens, books, and other things have been s«°wn by Lorraine Bichsell of White -H-r> « - ° g J ° f '° ekerS Qnd eVen ° ff the desks " D The White Deer A leim was corn tn %° V - n ~ ey f* ^7, Maliao ltallll)1 - ™-Hl-Y and was in the senior play. torsT/ * Japan* "he I'^n'ners qnd^courte^sy to others _ should be practiced at ^loSVMy Foe ^ *"'" ° ; ~ ' ' Ja " an ' The as long''as 20 years, June were seen together last week the sun shines, he added. All the old textbooks were as were Bob and Joan Hawkins, _ A. business niuetiiig preceded the burned and now now ones arc bciing Charlie Lock|i<trt Jws l/f/ll f\ 9 ff Hi/ — r- unai-ne Lock|i»rt Jms (wn* *m* borne day SOIH.J lucky girl Is going interests in Bunnie Shelten, GhMlH to look ut Wayne Johnslon, Friinkly, isn't the only one who tuta fottul girls, now is a good lyne tu start Bunnie alluring, T.T used, Mr. Godshall reported. He told tlie story explaining why the Japanese emperor or Tenno , , .,<,•. j thinks of himself as the descendant as llc has no P»»'« cu l»' < interests, of Izanagi and Izanami, the crca- „ , ,, ,, "" ,' , _,.,, Dorothy June Johnson 1 , Bob Porky Parkinson and Pat Miller, ran and " .---*-•* Deer. The White Deer A team was corn- J'ord' E ivW'her"b7rthnHp M B Mt3 nnri'Tr o,"""-" 1 antl Y ils "' ulc semor 1Jlay ' tol ' s of Ja l' an - The first of the •_ * "VV *"' "."" r:'-*"" * '"" «"« «WWM ranen»rp, WtlW* -»H -f r,., -I,,,. ™ nn A r.,.. J01ll .eives ner buthpiace and date she gives her hobbies as swimming, Tenno was Yamato or Jimmu the Ro ^ iald Ri ^ e and s y bl * Pierson were dents, visited in the'halls ias^TiSt.'' 1928, and Pampa. dancing and eating. spi ..._° O 7 wa? Hirohito f! suppo cd seen Aether last week. Bill Hutch, Also visiting was Bud llomnK^ to ho the 121st in the family, a f?°, n has also been w)th Pat often is * OI * e fom the Merchant ICwtoK •• • - lately. _—^... ,, { *.. ~ a- i Bernese Bond hits hPI" fyo 'JH Z£&£%£^ * m Bond ' ^WJ^ww^wZ vS'or^^ the ance in Japan since the American W«Pf __ ...Anna Merle QQ$ ..-Beverly Baker —Don Lane: . Hester Moot. Girls coach is Pepettes B team H. weie Nov. 3, 1927 V in ifiembfir' 'of the football team in '44 and '45 ^ ne National Honor Socii student council, Hi-Y and a member co «n ci l in '43, Ti'i-Hi-Y, club. He has atten- President in '44, and 6 ivc s " *"* """ ....Warren Jones. ,. o ., W u ma Jean Anderson. Joan n Oqonnx], Maxine Pavilette Jo White, Prances 'raywjck, Martha Parker. Mauy "oh's aud^'ah's" came from decl schools in Oklahoma City and ban . d in >42 ' >43 ' and >44 - She is un- Panapa. He plans to further his edu- decided about which college lo at' cation at the yniversity of Texas. tgnd Athletic R<H>erf Stagey club sun goddess, but that he is a man. of the Mr._Godshall received his BA, MA in « a tte V J ' B ° 5S ^' rocfe. The wlf of • Yvonne Inmon to be marrtgd. "Jongrutul »lfe5 To has like? week is Jimmy bette/s^y do^vA f»W Frew tfee j^ i E£ i 8aftff2s."Si» -si-.:?',w^"K'= »«.& xsstf3£S 5ws4aw«ftii& place md d^te. Her ambition is to closjre jg to be »n ongUieer && %t, PewwyjYW Rewftson » to wdtoj _.. ....... ... 1n-%^-h9«/lil«i«f4f^^ nnrt '4fi nnri t.ho Wox Wont. 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