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Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, February 20, 1941
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Page Twelve Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Thursday Morning, February 20,19*T Prenuptial Fete Held MESA, Feb. 19— Miss Loucylle Millett, who will become the bride of Guy Sheldon Hoopes in a ceremony to be performed Monday in Mesa Second ward chapel of the Latter Day Saints Church, was the; incentive for an attractively arranged prenuptial party given last night, with Mrs. Everett Jenkins: and Mrs. Mannie Gottlieb, Phoenix, es hostesses. The party was given' et the Jenkins home, 149 East First avenue. Decorations and appointments carried out the theme of the heart vith a color scheme of red and white. Gifts of linen and of a personal nature were presented Miss Millett. Guests were Mesdames Roderick • Clelland. George Dana and Ferreli Dana, all of Phoenix; Mesdames j Willard Skousen and Wayne Pitts, 1 Mesa : Mrs. Hugh Johnson ot Chandler; and Misses Florence! Farnsworth, Dixie Standage. Christine and Grace DeRosier, Lucille; Hall, Carma Flake, Mary Furr,| Jeane Brundage, Mary Peterson and Virginia Kersey. Young women of the Maricopa Stake Mutual Improvement Asso- ; ciation honored the bride-elect I vith a dinner party last Saturday evening at Donofrio's in Phoenix. Guests were Mesdames Henry: JSavis, J. L. Hoopes, lone Johnson, Tlay Killian, W. A. Millett, Joe! Reed and Alton Peterson, and Misses Sue Openshaw, Oma Leseuer and Guyda Smith. » * * School Board Feted At Faculty Dinner j Members of 1h- Madison district! School board and their wives were j guests of honor early this week atj a buffet supper given by the school i faculty, pinner was served at 7j o'clock in the school cafeteria.; Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. I Ralph Phillips, R. M. Hess, A. M.i Creighton, and Robert Hall. j The faculty committee in charge j of the party included Miss Nina i Cotton, Miss Barbara Flaws, and i Miss Ernestine Brandenburg. j Other guests included Messrs. and Mesdames Roy W. Gilbert, Virgil Pyle, James Ice. Norton Whitelock, and Eugene Coffinger; Mesdames Paul Wildman, Marf aret Chamberlain, Bessie Jones, ackie Brooks and Roberta Beebe; Misses Louisa Berkenkamp. Leila j - Bea.ty, Beck}' Mitchell, Virdie Mae Sams, Margaret Carper. Ruth Mil Catholic Rites Unite Phoenix Couple Bridge Party M ••^••'waffi" ••' ••••-" ' •*" *&** <%$X*¥&&S& ? •"• i *«^ _ HeldByClub Fancier —Kepuhlic Staff Photo From left to rigrht a happy foursome, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Carapollcse, and attendants at their wed- dinp. Miss Helen Piori and I>ominic Carappllesc, are shown leaving St. Mary's Catholic Church following rites held there last Saturday morning. The newlyweds will reside here. ae ! .-^ • i il-, (jrlTl the school lawn Tuesdav in a' d ' scussp d nv Laura Nixon at a I The White Rose Circle will en- party that combined thought-pro-1meeting of the Encanto Garden jtertain with a tea from 2 to 4 voicing games and endless all day Club Tuesday at the Valley Garden;o'clock this afternoon in the suckers Center. Pertinent points brought home of the president, Evelynn In charge of party plans were out by the speaker included the fol- Marshall, 4330 North Central Barbara Smith. Carol Winkler andllowing: ponds in this area should lavenue. Anna May Men! and party-goers! not be built with only two layers oil A musical program will he pre- were with Peggy Jakobi, Dorothy -cement because of cracking in cold: sented during the tea hours. Those present were Messrs, and Mesdames J. N. Rowley, Allen Rowley and children, Mrs. Rose Rowley and children, Mrs. Emily Vernell, all of Mesa; Mrs. Veda Scott and daughter, Belvd, Mr. and Mrs. Mansel Nelson and children of Prefccott; Mr. and Mrs. Var H. phoenix School Girl Reserves frolicked ler, Beulah Corbell. Byrd Burton, !-n j_ \ j_ TT- i r* ^ i Bernice Logan, Helen Kincaid, |rai'tV At Xllgh oCnOOl Myrtlebelle Jarrett, and Gladys Boyer. . • * * * Family Reunion Fetes Jesse N. Rowley MESA, Feb. 19—Jesse N. Rowley was honored early this week with a family reunion on the occasion of hisSTth birthday anniversary which occurred yesterday. The reunion waf held at the Rowley home on Olive drive. Jlr. Rowley is the father of 19 children, 13 of whom attended the TT 1 J if XT- T" 1 M01Cl|l aiiv a NlYon I LxtUId 1MAU11 1 Church Groups Water lilies and fish WHITE ROSE CIRCLE Green, Ruby May Griner, Anne!weather; redwood plant tubs mayj McKee, Mary Helen Paopas, De- not be used because chemical re- Lee Jones, Mary Allen Tannehill, action with alkali water poisons i Pauline Mehl, Zona Mortenson, Pat Melby, Dorothy Walker. Abbie Jean Olsson, Mary Jane Collins, Dora Lightfoot, Feyona Blaauw and Dentvelle Call and Elsie Dearer, sponsor. The tea is open to the public. ORACE LUTHERAN An -all-day meeting will be held AVONDALE, Feb. 19—Seventy- two people attended the benefit auction and contract bridge party sponsored by the Avondale Woman's Club at the school auditorium this week. Prizes were awarded in contract to Nell Perry, Messrs. and Mesdames B. F. Miller, Charles Dahl and G. F. Ross. Mesdames E. L. Cook and Louis Skubitz and Bird Gives Address . : Mrs. Joseph T. Birchett of Tempe was hostess to the Martha Washington Gardeners Tuesday afternoon. Speaking of birds from the viewpoint of a well-informed hobbyist, Mrs. Birchett illustrated her talk by the use of more than 12 hand-pained .pictures of Arizona birds by Rex Brasher. She classified birds under the E. R. Schneider. Special prizes were won by Messrs. E. L. Cook and V. M. Sapp. Many other prizes donated by business houses in Phoenix and Avondale were given. Mostesses included Mesdames W. T. Jarnagin, L. A. Rhodes, E. F. McLennan and Miss Sue Wohe. George Washington appointments were used in decorations and cherry pie was served. Guests were Ruth T u c k e y, Messrs, and Mesdames N. N. Abraham, A. H. Zeiske, Mesdames C. F. Beckett and C. A. Meyers and Messrs. D. W. Sweeney e-nd Clyde C. North of Litchfield Park. Mesdames R. H. Conley, Carl i.jfish; straight-sided ponds with no, by the Ladies Aid Society at the ; large stream of water running jhome of Mrs. O. A. Lauchner, 1628 o at 12:15 The group will have a bicycle ride and picnic at Papago Park members to meet at the through it stays at a more even | East Yale street, to sew for the temperature; and in a • sheltered jj e( j Cross spot with proper care, tropical wa-j. A covered-dish luncheon will be ter lilies can bloom most of the'served at noon. All women of the winter in this area. 'church have been invited to attend. Angelo Mangino's motion pictures) COOUDGE PRESBYTERIAN of Arizona picnic lunches. Mejvin, and Robert Rowley, and Lamar Farnsworth. Hollowing a buffet luncheon, a program was presented with members of the families participating. : » * * G S. McMartins jWffl Have Guests Mr. and Mrs. Samuel James Campbell of Mount Carroll, 111., will arrjve here this morning to be the apiuiuay, irienioers. iu jneei HI me _* A .-;•,««,> »,-;l^ fl n ,,-ore *.•/*,.<,' r™. ^— L i C- LJ school early in the morning with °L, A , nz ?£l, "^ v . ni»m n nrt I The mn , th ? nnual bir , thda - v . a . nnl - «inr,i^ i,,„,.{,«., shown. Mesdames N. A. Diamond, versary of the woman's auxiliary A. C. Kingsley and A. C Rogers ! 0 f the Community Presbyterian were hostesses Church will be held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in the social hall of the churrh. Mrs. R. W. Taylor, program chairman, has announced Social Club Elects Officers TEMPE. Feb. 19—Officers elected Monday to head the Eastern j Members of Arizona chapter, As- fl/r «°r C1 M?" W T? T?=n m n«?i sodatpd Stenotypists of America, year are Mrs. W. F. Rannow,!. •,, ^ «»rlv breakfast nartv president, and Mrs. Charles Water- ""- ?M an earl> weaktast parts Stenotypists Set "RvooL-Facf Af Pa-Po a P atriotic P la .v will he presented. Di cdKldol rVL V^tHc Those taking part are Mesdames _ . . - .1 /"M....1. T Hf~ll_ f-«..l TTMTT'Kvtnv.fl house, secretary. The group was entertained with luncheon and bridge at the home of Mrs. Lewis Neeb. Mrs. W. T. James, retiring president, conducted the business meeting. The third Monday of each at 6:30 o'clock tomorrow in the San Carlos French Cafe. Miss Georgia Koonce will entertain with musical numbers and readings. At a business meeting-Monday evening, speed tests were taken by __... „ _. ^.., _„ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester S. month was set for regular meet-1 the various groups. In the advanc- Mc&artin, 1820 Palmcroft drive, N. "W. ' t * Mrs. Campbell, a past regent of the. state society of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Illi- noij and national chairman of approved schools, will be a special guest of the Maricopa chapter of the DAR at its annual colonial tea, to be held in the home of Mrs. Edwin Selden Lane, 114 West Roosevelt street. Mrs. Campbell also is the only candidate for the office of treasurer-general of the national DAR, tantamount to election to that position. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell have been vacationing at Rancho Linda Vista near Oracle. • « • Naturalist To Talk On Arizona Bird Life The Las Flores Garden Club of the Roosevelt district, will hold a monthly session at Neighborhood House at 8 o'clock tomorrow night. A talk and showing of colored slides on Arizona birds and bird life will be given by Harry L. Crockett, who with Mrs. Crockett has made this a hobby for 20 years. Mrs. L. N. Butler is in charge of the program. Miss Marion Doyle will present bird calls and whistling numbers. * * * Committee Chairman Is Party Hostess Mrs. Peter Marcon was hostess yesterday afternoon at a luncheon in the Ford Buffet, honoring members of her committee, who are making arrangements for the annual spring party to be given bv Harmony Club April 30. " ; Guests were Mesdames Neil O'Connell. Paul Ruth, Donaldl Brown, Robert Charles. Verner Holly. Donald Malcolm and L. C Lashmet. Temperance Union ;To Hold Memorial The Woman's Christian Temppr- anoe Union will meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon at 2001 North Second street for a Frances E Willard memorial service. Members will answer the roll call with items from the life of Miss Willard. Teresa Dettweiler will review the book "Frances Willard of Evanston. Business and a report of directors will follow and a tea and social hour will close the day Winter visitors and interested friends have been invited. inenas * * * Colonial Tea Set Today By DAR Unit Members of Maricopa chapter Daughters of the American Revo- 1 lutipn, will be hostesses at a colon- jal.tea m the home of Mrs. Edwin S. : Lane, 114 West Roosevelt street, from 2 to 5 o'clock this afternoon. A patriotic motif will Soused and a stringed orchestra "»" Dlay during the reception. ! mgs, day. instead of the fourth Mon-Jed group a speed of 187 words minute was attained. Matrons Trim Paneled Style PATTERN 9586 If you've a "good head for figures", don't miss this well-designed frock for mature women. A Marian Martin style, Pattern 9586 will do slenderizing miracles. The smart yokes square-off into Clark J. Wells, Carl McFarland. Karl M. Fisher, George Dempster and Robert Springfield, and Miss Betty Taylor. Refreshment arrangements are in .charge of Mrs. R. L. Sewell. SCOTTSDALE METHODIST The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Scottsdale Methodist Church will give a Colonial tea in Wesley Hall from 3 to 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Anderson, general chairman, said yesterday the event would be open to the public. CHANDLER METHODIST Tea table appointments of antique silver and crystal will carry out the idea of long ago, which is the theme of the annual Colonial silver tea, which will be held from 3 to 5 p. m. Thursday at the country home of Mrs. Roy Dobson. The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church, of which Mrs. I. L. Gibson is president, is giving the tea. Miniature Colonial bouquets will be presented each CUPS! by Mrs. n hm the bodice Grace Sanders. Ralph Van Sant, panels in one single piece, with the! K. C. Servatius, and Wilfred G. nice lines followed through by the] front skirt panel. Another panel appears in the back skirt for all- around flattery. Notice the soft- cut, gathered side bodice sections. See too, the young, gentle shaping of the collar which may be of self- fabric, or contrast, perhaps with matching half-cuffs. Pockets are optional and smart, so are rick-rack edging and top stitching. You might even have the yokes, panel- front and collar all in contrast. Pattern 9586 may be ordered only in women's sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48 and 50. Size 36 requires 4U the tea table by Mesdames Orval Knox, C. E. BarkPley, W. G. Holland, Barney Appleby, and Ben yards of 35-inch fabric and yards of rick-rack. Send ]5c m coins for this Marian Martin pattern. Be sure to write plainly your size, name and address. Success to your spring sewing . . . with the Marian Martin Pattern Book, just out! The only printed collection of the famous designs featured daily in this paper. All the clothes yon need are shown in lovely colors, available in simple patterns. Enchanting -frocks for home, street, afternoon and evening. Gay sports-wear. Vivacious "small-fry" outfits. Fabric and accessory news. Take advantage of this prompt by mail service today! Pattern 15c. Book 15c. Address order to the Arizona R epubllc Fashion Department D Enclosed is 15c for Style No. 9586. Size D Enclosed is 15c for Pattern Book. NAME (please print) Street and number. City and state. Guptifl. uptil The program will be presented at 4 o'clock. It will consist of a series of tableaux, under the direction of Mrs. E. M. Blake. * * * Romeo Tata To Give Patriotic Program Romeo Tata, Arizona State Teachers College at Tempe professor, will present a program of patriotic music observing the memory of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln at a meeting of the Roosevelt Neighborhood Woman's Club at 2:15 o'clock this afternoon in Neighborhood House. Rabbi A. L. Krohn will speak on presidents. Mrs. E. D. Ryder has arranged the program. Tea hostesses will be Mesdames Jake Siken, W. B. Brand, Larry Walberg, and Dr. Gladys Wise. * * * Tolleson Club To Fete Church. Circle. Members TOLLESON, Feb. 19— The Come- with-Us Woman's Club will meet with Mrs. William R. Robertson Arnold, George Coiling, Arthur L. Mercer, Ralph K. Cooper and Paul Harer, Liberty; Mrs. Arthur Beloat, Buckeye; Messrs, and Mesdames F. E. Chambers and M. R. Jarnagin, Marinette; Messrs, and Mesdames W. K. Perry, R. M. Lyle and B. F Miller, Peoria. Dr. and Mrs. William F. Schoffman. Messrs, and Mesdames L. W. Pew and F. P. Serrano, Mrs. D. L. Hahan, Maybelle B razee and Messrs. Herb Anderson and Charles 0. Sensibaugh, Phoenix: Messrs, and Mesdames M. D. Ewing. E. L. Cook and L. C. Owens, Glendale. Messrs, and Mesdames J. O. Combs, Don Brockley, Guy Acuff, L. F. Coor, Charles Dahl, Louis Skubitz, G. F. Ross, T. C. Rhodes, 1. R. Schneider, and Messrs. L. A. Rhodes, E. F. McLennan. Victor M. Sapp, G. F. Bittick, R. E. Brannan, W. T. Jarnagin. Avondale. * * * Junior Service Club Members Are Feted CHANDLER, Feb. 19—Mrs. Virgil Shute was hostess to the Junior Service Club yesterday afternoon at a tea in her home in Chandler. A short business meeting was held, with Mrs. D. Lee Jones, president, in charge. An invitation was read from the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church to attend their annual Colonial Present a silver tea, to be held Thursday so . n SS and afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy Dobson. A George Washington motif was used in decorations and tea table appointments. The centerpiece was ot red, white and blue sweet peas, flanked on either side with red candles. Mrs. Wayne Stapley presided at the tea urn. Guests were Mrs. J. R. Hamilton, jr., and Mrs. Lowell Price. * * * Tolleson Visitors Return To Coast! TOLLESON, Feb. 19—Mrs. j Quincy Stephens. Hollywood, andj Mrs. Walter H. Haworth, Beverly I Hills, Calif., who for the past three weeks have been guests of Mrs.' Richard O. Whyman at her home j in Tolleson. returned yesterday to their respective homes. . Dinner parties were given for j | them the two evenings prior to their departure. The first was a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Tolby at their home in Tolleson. with places laid for the guests of honor, Mrs. Whyman and Dr. and Mrs. Ill Martin C. Flohr. The second was dinner at the Country Club attended by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gwyn, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McLellan, Dr. and Mrs. Martin C. Flohr, Mrs. Whyman and her guests. Mrs. J. K. Livingood j Honored On Birthday Mrs. James K. Livingood was gtiest of honor at a surprise birthday party given recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stevens, 1923 West Holly street. Bingo was the diversion of the evening. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames H. H. Wise, Joyce Harper. Jack Oliver and John Dixon; and Mr. Livingood. * * * Activities For Year Will Be Outlined CHANDLER, Feb. 19—Mesdames Ammie Marlow and Charles Krepela will be cohostesses to -the Chandler Social Club of the Order of the Eastern Star at the Marlow home at Dock, Friday. A potluck luncheon will be served at 12:30 p. m. i Plans for the ensuing year's activities will be outlined, followed by a social afternoon. Mrs. Bert Hill, president, will conduct the business meeting. * * # Mrs. Kenneth Julian Is Luncheon Hostess GILBERT. Feb. 19—Mrs. Kenneth Julian entertained this afternoon at her home here with a bridge luncheon. Guests were Mesdames Joffre Tate, Harvey Dana, Morris Enloe, Charles Brown. Marion Vance, Bill Wright and Fern Benton. general headings of game and song birds, and told of the interesting national method for banding and recording migratory birds. As an example, a small dove was held in Mrs. Birchett's hand, while she placed the metal ban^ around its left leg, the number of the band was recorded to be forwarded to Washington, D. C., so that wherever the bird is reported an addition may be made to its record. No band number is duplicated, the number being destroyed when the bird is .reported dead. The flower display table held a large bouquet of sweet peas from the garden of Mrs L. J. Alewine and long sprays of purple bougain- villia which was the contribution of the honor guest, Mrs. B. F. Goodwin. Mrs. F. S. Kountz was welcomed "as a new member. Annual Guest Night Observed By Club The Phoenix Woman's Club will entertain with annual Guest Night tonight at the clubhouse with husbands of members as honored guests. The auditorium is being transformed for the occasion into an old-fashioned barn and Renz L. Jennings will call and demonstrate square dances. Hostesses for the evening will be Mesdames Britton Udell, Charles MeAlister, F. 'B. Willy, Cecil Miller. Stanley Gilbert, Webster Sage. Barto Davis, Joseph Jenckes, jr., Charles Gardiner, Royal Marks, Levi Reed, H. H. Pattison Irving Jennings. and Dinner will be served at 7 o'clock and those not wishing to dance may play cards, it was said. * * * Soroptimist Club To Hold Guest Day The Soroptimist Club of Phoe- ive a Guest Da y 'uncheon o'clock today in Hotel Adams. Gertrude Aunger, chairman, has announced that Erik Frey, baritone, accompanied b Miss Charlotte Bloodworth, wi group that y ll of old favorite Dr. W. W. Miller . . . will speak on "The Lincolns and Washington of Tomorrow. Arizona Republic Society and Club News Department 203 Heard Bldg. Phoenix, Arizona Phone 3-1111 Editor Pauline Cooper Bates Assistant Abby Phillips Carlson Postnuptial Shower Honors Chandlerite CHANDLER, Feb. 19—Mrs. Walter Chaney. the former Miss Norma Shawver, was the incentive yesterday afternoon for a postnuptial shower, held at the home of Mrs W. P. Pleasant, with Mesdames Carl Brooks, A. F. Barnette and Virgie Young as hostesses. A lace cloth covered the refreshments table with pastel shades of sweet peas forming the centerpiece. Games were the diversion o£ the afternoon, after which the many lovely gifts were opened. Guests were Mesdames O. C. Bass, Kenneth Martin, Guy Whitten, C. E. Reeves, H. G. Nicholson, Guy Simpson, Clarence Dwiggins, John Jones, L. D. Curty, Wendell Jones, C. M. Barnette, R. D. .Smith, Lewis Bell, C. C. Hardin, G. C. Dobbins, L. E. Young and Minnie Shaver and the honocee. Also Misses Iva Lee Reeves, Helen Hardin, Joan Gladden, Edith Dobbins, Aletha Simpson and Rugh Pleasant. * • • • Grace C. Sanders H onors Visit :ors CHANDLER, Feb. 19—Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Watts of Long Island, N. Y., were honored guests Monday ' the Mr. at • a bridge party at home of Grace C. Sanders. night and Mrs. Watts are visiting in Chandler at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Schuele. A buffet supper was served at midnight. Guests were Messrs, and Mes- dame Watts, Schuele,' Al Sanford, Albert Wolf and Mrs. Josephine J. Doggett of New York. Contract bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Doggett and Mr. Watts, and Mrs. Watts received a guest prize. Montana Visitors Leave For Home GLENDALE Feb. Mrs. C. W. Scharf Comic Opeta To Aid Reli CHANDLER. Feb. 19-'Trt,iV Jury," a short comic oner^S' Gilbert and Sullivan, and ,* « ning of Gilbert and Sullivan.^ i will be presented at 8:30 Thursday night in the the San Marcos Hotel Joe H. Woods and James M in charge. The first hall of the evei be devoted to excerpts from S. Pinafore" and 'The it, with Dr. Ho well Randolnh fSS^I Wallace, Andrew TomliAson V 1 ^*' nette Ummel, Lady Chapn ' Silvey, Don Gremley and ^ a Cole, all of Phoenix, as the jjjj The short comic opera presented in its entirety, is as follows: Montague Hilma Henry, Dale Davidson''''^ my Mott. Gordon Wallace,LeaIfi i hauser. Farnol Francis, Donrw ,i ley, Willis Hayes. Charles ^ ! Vvilliam Tresnon, Eugene J! Ralph Gardner, Don Kunze"a2*-L "•«> King, William Snook^andIr' : l snon. Svlvia Smith. .Ton, S*K ^ Tresnon, Sylvia Smith, J eaa , June Kindall, Jeannette U na < Ahleen Tresnon, Betty ». Arabelle Cole, Celia is Klema, Isobel Lindsay, and JfcNI Rae. • ™4l Mr. Machell is director and dl- Lee Machell accompanist, fa.' Kendall is in charge of the w2^ robe and John Kendall stage setS* lighting. Dorothy Wallace i» »b eral stage manager. --• * * * Patrick Park Women i Will Give Silver Tea ;•! The Patrick Park Woman'i Q* ' will give a silver tea from 2 to, o'clock this afternoon in observant of the Golden Jubilee of the ». tional Federation of Womeni Clubs. Games will be played anlj program given, to the public. The party is opo" •I 19—Mr. and ! of Kalispell.1 Mont., left this morning for their home after spending several days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harrison, 303 South Third street. Chest Colds To Relieve Misery Rub m GeiwT 'j YlCKSVAPORtt — Hetty said: "I'm plainspoken, I am, but I'm nobody's fool. When I see a 'thing, I see it, and when I say I saw a tiling^ I did 'see it." r f* *» f( at her ranch road west of home on Tolleson Tolleson at noon Thursday for a potluck luncheon. Mrs. Lawrence Robertson will be cohostess. Members of the What- So-Ever Circle of the Tolleson Christian Church will be honored guests. MIDDLE-AGE WOMEN HEED THIS ADVICE!! Thousands of women are helped to go smiling thru distress caused by this period In a woman's We (38 to 52) with Lydla. 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