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HQPI § T A R , HOPE, ARKAN§AS PBfiflf W431 §shve*ft 8 A.M. .md 4 P.M. Says Inferior From OHe nwhi." As "fed openr-ri t! : r> ba'h- i Calendar taesdayi 13 Mrs. Lnhroy- Spates. 30f! Smith Spruce St. will be hostess to the "ArrtcMcnrt Ijoglrii) Auxi-iiaiy Tuesday, Nov, 18 nl 7:30' p;tn". Members are reminded to bring an :in- roll for the Christmas package? no\v being Wrapped in the VA hospital. Jaycetles will mett in the home ot Mis. Paul 'McCleH'an, Tuesday, Nov 18 at T;30 p.m. with MVs. Rufurf Smitli as co-hostess. Mrs. Mnnuel Hamm is guest speaker. M.-irtinrinli'. Mrs. Charles Taylor, nhd Mi- L Suarcy. Sf. THt; meetiny \MIS nltended by Ifl mefli- tt»rs and 10 Kiiesls fl-orii Proscotl, Hopp. Wiishlnjflnn, El Dorado, Pul- toft. Jonesboro, and Lt'Wlsville. The group is particularly grateful to ttu following ladies for making the lunclienn arid mcci'/.g at Wiisbintjinn ji success: .Mrs Chnr-f les Hnynes. Mrs. Mnttie Wilson. Miss ness Trimble Mrs, tra Turner, Mrs Fred Norwood. Mrs. W. I. Stcnuil. and Mr«. Paul Dndniw. roam door, Bruce shot h* Called pftliep, flit 1 boy wns Imnkf-tl n-i <•• finn of mlii'doi-. tJi'lt'Cllvt? Sf<l ,11m Wi.'il'rr 0 fjsyrhihlrlst Ire.ilrd Rii;e. ft year. Then | Tl\i> Couple's No. t Sundny School Class of the Garrelt iVfcmorial Chuich will meet at the home of Mr. end Mrs. Earl Burdulnn, 'I'-JO Edtfewood St., Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 7:90 p.m. for their class meeting. All members are urged to attend and bring a fxiertd. Practical Slurses Mil In Court Room At City Hall The Practical Nurses tni't Tuesday night in tho Court, room at the 1 . City Hall. Mrs. Alice'Ellis, prcsl- - dent! presided-nnd gave-u report mi ; the State L. P. N. meeting held in '. Cnmdon. «. ^Others attending the stole-moot- -ing were Virile Hobinson, May."belle Rcvis, Pansy Plumley, Bonnie ,„ Wan-on, and Mildred Riclgdlll. , • At the close of the meeting Bon f ! nie Warren, Frances Hogersf, ,itu Annie McDowell were appointed ;TS the new nominating committee. Judy Vines R«c«ttt Brtde-tleet Honored Trip home of Mrs. Horace Vines Sr. wns beautifully decorated with chrysanthemum find roses Thursday night when she entertained, with a miscellaneous shower for Miss Judy Vines bride-elect of. Larry Bruce. Miss Vines lovely in a rust taffeta dress was presented a clever corsage of kitchen utensils. Iced drinks, sandwiches, and cookies were served to approx? frnately thirty-five guests inchid- i'nijj Mrs. June Paskevich of Ambridge-. Ponn.,grandmother of tho bride-elect. I U.S., Allies Continued Piom PHRC On* lions because thr> Wc-t I.-TM-,the Knsl ('. -. • {,'ime. U.S. fnilhoritics aro n-ii yet of the uVlirniitc .u •• new Russian strategy But tho main thc'.i-y •the ultimate purpfw "I Uniled Stains milii,- > v •.•• • from Germany nnd I'K :••'•• Western Europe What KhrUshc he\- rr>- hopes to aohievi\ n<T<u-t';>n analysis of Wnshincinn .m is a renewal of Un.<n>n .1 on the Allied side ^n ii: nations might put pr<"- :i iir United Staffs to in;ikf r-i,n lo Russia's Eiiropoin iinn--. ST." Trimble Home 5cerie' J, - ' For The John Cain Chapter if ". Of The D. A. R. i- t , ,,.. . The Jolin Cain Chapter of the D ',, T'-A: K. met at noon,. NoA'eniber 12, f^ I-,'-' jn the Trimble home at' Washington £' ; ' Aj'k, Pretty dirysnnlhejniis. decor>?•"< j ated the entire home. On -the dining i^"-' 'table was, an arrangement of pink 1^. ' daisy chrysanthemums, and eael i?-, .quartet table 1 held. a colonial bou- S ' ..tquet of yellow- elu'ysunthemums. ^* t " An interesting program; -was pre^•* 's'onted' by Mrs.*. J. J,.- Battle of Ful?,*_" Ton. She read essayjs on. Thco'dcire »t- i Roosevelt \ylilgh had., been written ^•'- by members p'f (he General' MacAr- I;; -thur History; Club' at Hope Hi«H |.V School, The American" History in i«. " structOT who sponsors this club is itr,, ' Mrs. Roy Allison. !''. The essays presented were: "A |" ' Man j jif- 'Influence' 1 by Sue Anil f , Smitli; ,,VA; m:in of Great Charac- y"- ., tor'"-by 'JU'dy Kii'y Wright; "Roose'-/ "• vel'l nn'd His Religious Conviction^' 1 " 15,-sftfy, Betty Hulscy; ! "Roosevelt and i, Vj-jjg R 0l ,^h Ricfei's" by Ronny Wilby R 0l ,^h Ricfei's" by Ronny Kr *3ia"ms; "Theodore Roosevelt" Pn'scilla Johnston. Hostesses for- the occasion were Mrs. Diclc WatKins, Mrs, Jamea ! LAST DAY GUNSIGHT RIDGE — Plus — ST, LOUIS BLUES TONlTETljOQp.m. K >••: bft* STARTS SUNDAY 3 Mischief Kids On o Houseboat Loaded with Laffsf Historic Trimble Home Scene Of November iVIeetlng of Daughters of The American Revolution John Cain Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, had its monthly nice tins In Ihe historic Trimble home in Washington Arkansas, Wednesday, November 12. Guests from El Dorado, Jonesboro, Prescolt, I.ewisville Ind the cha|* tor members enjoye'd seeing the gracious antibellum home and examining the anlicuio furniture. Arrangements of fall flowers added to t he occnsion and each place was marked with a corsage of yellow chrysanthemums and >blue ribbons, carrying out the colors of. the Daughters of the American Revolution. After a turkey dinner served by the ladies of the Washington Restoration Association, some of the out of town visitors were taken on n tour of Washington by Mrs. Charles Haynes while the business meeting was conducted' by the Regent; Mrs. Pnul Klipsch. the' Child"' Th'e'i,iVe*;For November PTA 'Meeting At Paisley Mrs. " Fred Ellis gave a very interesting and informative talk' before members of We Paisley PTA at their November meeting on the subject "Disciplining the Child," The group met in the Paisley auditorium Wednesday, November 13, Committee chairman gave report;; and the president. Mrs. James La- Crrossn appointed, a committee to supervise the float to represent Paisley in' 1 (he Christmas panic December 4. The fifth grade wort :he room count. ^ Monday Night Bridge Championship Night Mrs, Emmet Thompson, Mrs. Mac , Duffie, Mrs. Sid McMaht, Mrs, Marie Hcndrix will bo loslesses at' the Country Club, Monday, 6:30 D, m. for the City Championship Duplicate Bridge affnir, nests ore asked to briny a covered dish of their choice'n,r/d'bt\ro^dy to eat nt, (i;30 as bridge >will.Start ns soon after, 7:30 as ' possible. This event usually draws arouricT lo?i tables nnd beautiful yilvr-r i>r>ro; are given as pri/os. If y"H .ir> p'.i i- ning to attend cull Mr'" \fa-.- I)-f- £ie chairman of the food pi.-ntni/'H. Remember Monday ni;>,ht fi-30 City BridKC Championship, (..'ntinli v Club. Tina S. S, Class Meets In Morton Home The Tina Sunday School Class of Ihe Garret! Memorin) church met: in the home of Mildred Mm ton with ; Mildred Phillips as associate- H-iv-j toss. i .Irish Warren opened t.lv ,nei-lin.-j with prnyei- followed by a wry i intcreting and inspiring devotional : by. Mary Livingston , The president, Julin Watkins. pn % -! sided over tho business session fii!- ! lowed by a Tnankgiving poem by The Kmpire line, in good company with the bubble skirt, is one that will shine at parties all through the holidays. The dresses shown here arc modified versions of the Empire,'trans- lalcd in a manner that make them highly wearable. A pure silk faille in emerald is used (lelt) for this one-piece dress with simulated bolero top. Waist has wrapped cummerbund. took. An actual bolero jacket' (center) provides brief cover- up for this beige silk pcau d'ange costume. Dress has figure- molding top and single deep pleat at front of skirt.' Silk taillc in olive green (right) is used for this handsome late- day dress with Empire waistline marked by wide belt and ; jeweled buckle. Designs shown here are all by Andrew Arkin.< X "Marriage Insurance" Has Too-High Premium Dear Dorothy Dix: 1 am prompted by the break-up of Iris Warren. Tho closing prayer; hvo ma rriaKcs in my close circle ot was voiced by Mildn-d RidfRlill. ;,,.i..,Kl.s to write this. I hope you A delicioti dessert plttc and c<,-f- , can 13 ,.j nl mosl ot it< ln m y anal- fee was served by the bus'.rs:; to 1! members and 2 guests. Mnry Livingston and Cherry Anderson. Oglesby PTA Met School Auditorium in ysis of broken marriages, : I have come to the conclusion that much trouble is caused by a .close friendship between a married couple and a single friend — widow, •' widower, bachelor or career girl. Oglesby PTA met Wednesday af-] M;icried couples should maintain Iomoon, Nov. 12 in the school mid-j close friendships only with! other Itorium. Mrs. Coy Breeding, presi- ! married couples. I don't mean that dent called the meelinp. to order, ja wife should give up any friends New and old business ua.s discuss-1 \vho are unmarried, but she should ed. sec them when her husband i'sn't ONLY SHOWING IN SOUTHWESf ARKANSAS Memphis 8i tittle Rock Paid $2,00 to See It Advance Tickets NOW On Sale ot Saenger A RARE EVENT FOR HOPE , , , ONI PIRFORMANCi ONLY TUIS,, NOVIMBiR lif , 7)45 P, M, Saenqer Theatre HOPlT ARKANSAS Admission — All I LOO Inc. Tai <*A MMQK f KflVT Qf Tag s&sott'- .. A The secretary' .report wns gwa-.i I around. He should not be. exposed y Mrs. Cecil Sprague. Special Thanksgiving rnu::ic wns presented by the fourth, lifth .TIC! sixth grades. Tho devotional WHS given bv M> • James McLarty. Mrs. Frank Ki'ig infroduced special quest, Mr. Karl Downs and Mrs. Kathleen Bnwh, who presented a program --n "Know Your Child's Curriculum ' Room count WHS won by Mr-5 Grady William's second grade. to the charms of an ' unattached 'woman, lior should a wife be in- •\'itccl on ifishing trflps that;- include eligible men. I have in, mind .'TV nuinber of unmarried* women wlic.i are constantly depending on irum-iod friends to furnish trans- poi-tiition or entertainment. Bight now we have the classic case of Dear Dorothy Dix: Alter we had been engaged for ;i year, my finance broke the engagement. Now I'.m. going with another boy and wonder whether I should return the ring, gifts of jewelry, snd a hope chest.— Jilted Dear Jilted: If the man breaks an engagement, the girl is entitled to keep all gifts, including the ring. However, I don't go along with that entirely, especially when the jilted one is young and soon latches on to another man. Make the break complete, return everything, and there won't be. reminders of an old romance cluttering up the landscape. How simple. All : . bathroom doors had locks. She felt along the edge of this one; yes, the lock was there. She closed ;the door and tried it. It; worked. She thought: Nobody' could get in here without my knowing it. This is a sa)> place' This is the place to hide. She had only a momentary Impression of relaxing, of the rein tapping softly on the roof above her, of the bright colors in her empty mind fading and going farther away, of the darkness ancl« the silence and the safety; then she was asleep. and Eddi Debbie and Li/?, Trouble Shover Springs HOC Met in Home' of Mrs. Harold Sahfprd A inosl interesting topic fur discussion at the Shovor Spfin.'-" HOC. on Thursday, Nov. 13 wliirh mot i'n the home of Mrs. -HaroH Sanford wns the community imil'ir'v suppers to be held fach 3rd Fi nl.i;. nifht of each month. The'nine members voted to moo' with the other families of die community on Nov, 21 at (he homo ,,f Mr,,, and Mrs. Harold Sanford Potluek will be served at 7 p n One visitor, Mrs, B. C. Lewi;, pave a;i interesting and infnrm-i'ivo tnllf on pommunifv imurovomi it Plans' wero mnde to" dpoorstf t':" rnad side' with shrubs as soon ,'s the new road is comoloted. The hostess served n colorful salad platp and her flower n-- r»n«Pmonls n.ii-rierl out tlir Thanki- givln« theme with the table e<>nur- etl will) pumnkin, greenrv rtnd ni'ii- iature turkeys made from »IT> c,ones. wguld not have occurred if the tri- •;n.yle ,had been dissolve as soon as riif.ifccthibecnmo n widow. A third Party always brings temptations ^md it would be far better to keep marriages free of those entangle- incuts. Waco Di-ai Waco: I see your point, al- ihi usfh it does seem like a cruel, joakius and selfish altitude to take, Dm b it ever occur to you that this husband whom you adore may j-omedny be taken from you, and jou will become an "extra"? Would you relish the idea of having your friends desert you at a iimo when you need them most? Tine, there doubtless arc a few i r< ilatory males and females look' IT.; for trouble, but I'm sure their number \s so few it wouldn't pay to toss off all of one's unattached, friends for the snkp of avoiding the few. There is no situation ip. mar,n i-e that can bo solved so guaranteed. Life and love have itioi'o hazards than we can anticipate, Re careful, be wary, but cfon't for* •^•ike the very friends who need most, Dear Dorothy Dix: Curtis' appeals'- to me and,' though his best'friend says he likes me, he's too shy to make advances. How can I get a date without appearing to chase him? — Rosie Dear Rosie: If a boy is really too shy, and. not iucliferent, he'll be happy to let you do'all the work. Chase him-, if necessary, or Vrf't, least givo him- a lead, Invite htm to something — a get-togelh'er of the crowd, a dance, a' concert, a ball game or to hear the record you just bought. A shy boy takes effort, but he's worth it because once you've got him, he's yours for keeps. Dear Dorothy Dix: When Byron went back to college in September \ve agreed to go steady, tho terms being these: he wasn't to take any other girls out, write to me every day, call me once a week, and study hard. I reserved tho privilege of dating 1 other boys occasionally, as j have no other pastime. Byron hasn't been writing or phoning as regularly as he should, What should I do? —Natalie Dear Natalie: Well, what have you been' doing? Dating, I suppose, to relieve the monotry, Keep it up, but please let Byron off the h,ook. YoO imposed a, yery unfair code on-the poor b'oy and he wants out..' ' Coming and Goinq Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamp= C r Honrv iavu recently returned homo from j l<os />ngelos, Siinn.vnieK<J and Roi. ondo Bparh, Pnlif where tlipv vi«it- visited Mrs. Monrv's sistoi nnd hns banfl, Mr. and Mrs. RusfH Juhn- op, In Sunnymead they visited i\ \ daughter nm] husb.i'id. , c tU «•>•' | Mrs, Johnny Vance and in Redondo , Peach thov visjtpri Mrs. Honvy mother, Mi's, Mav Youngblood. PHAPT^R She could slill see DOlhing". i She rapped hopelessly on, \vin,^ In the touv of Snutliern Onlifornin \lows und waited for a dism?} they visited Catalina Island, Ouf'' > n j munito. She Knew tho house* \v«£ fpr A Dny, Dr. I, 0. Show and The , \mipty. She thought; I wonder ,if La\\ ( )'enpo Welk Show, j I could get' inside here. The Rail' Waking up fully dressed her -an odd' feeling, as though this particular day — unlike the other days of her life busy and precious and important; it had to be grabbed and used up. There was- no time to waste _She splashed water quickly or her hands and face, shook them dry, and .v.went,.'-., to look, out thr< window. Sh'e remembered for the first time that her glasses wcro gone, The day was not quite ns fjolden as' she 'had 1 thought, since she could not see it, Still, she eould see enough of it—tho blue and' white sky,, the trees, Ihe sandy gra.ss, that brilliant lijht shining so'hard on everything that the whole world' looked like it mieht burst. The horrors of yestcrdnv seemed impossible ,in the sur>- shino; anrV her' mind, FO overflowing with fea'r and the impulse of i'liph't, h'a'd' hardened duriri? her sleep'like a'glass of jelly, so thnt she* had now—for the rnent, at 1 least—the protection of a s'ort" 'o'f 'Immunity to h"r own thoughts, Thev wore locked away hnd never - drunk- coffeeiandnnv- Tho refrigerator was full of 3 vnnratv of things <— cold fried chicken; half n loaf .of bread, cheesp. r rnayonnni«p, mustard, hn- conr a ,piece* of-Jnftbver-meat on n kilchPP' pla'f 1 She ""f out find a 'stick of butter, IJirou^i" rirnworp' "until a kniff. She O(P a of brfid and i bvitter r; lor sorp'ielhing <'r y>n<; i no milk i c;llr hart neve'r drnnl? coffee; and pnv- how. she didn't know how to epffee", HJj 195J DIXIE DBIVtlM Tonjfs ^ I iiimes wouldn't mind, I wpuldij't I bother anything, { ^voujdrj'i 1 anything. It would give me plnct* to sleep, at legst. She reached xip aod pushed QIJ 1 the window in front oj her clasp was loose, and it utvler her touch, but the windmy did not open. She \yent b^ek \q ('it 1 s^o^onii wiiniow, thej^ 4°' £$e. tsi-n; they all vatUedj" jione ft( them uavc way. She (hough,!: it , wouUln'l bo to hard to br^ajc in. Tifeasieatogt s^Wi^^Sj'DFM^; ^r,-, ;p;^Bt^JpfcW]| im> "' ^ ii tho clasp tojnorrpv/" coi|l(i it was clayUft)t. | v,oiUdn't mind ipe j would they? 1 She wfiit voupd p, !to the third winclpw. l\ \vas on- 'the back of the pplUjge, in "-' ircisf nvoteetpd ^pcgtiba. jff' , *-<tl l<j bf fcwed, oij.pn,' 4hif ;thp oae which \you}c) -dP'tJig suddenly the window sagged, ? pjimbod up onto the case, then to the sill, and propped, feet first in» side". She fell onto sopncthjng soft; tjie'bed was iifider the iv|n<Jo\y, "She" felt her way into th'e batti- There was another lighj temptation. How would be. She groped past' it ," pretending - it wasn/t JljeYe. She felt the .mirrored sijr» j'nce 'of the -jnedipine chest on 9 le-yej with her head, a stifling out of tho 'e^! one! then her waist toughed, '' Ro'rcelajn. e.dj?e of, the pa,sin v h5pd$,wnlkcri }iKe Wind ' put into the U" 1 ^, ' Shn put hpr hand o '^ nf th" front, cioor. nn i*v The ,d"o'v on'enorl iipdo r-o'Siiff! Tt had bp<»n nn aU pl«ht. She' pnuld sim ve wn'kPd in, instnad r>f r'imbir>« so' Jnhorloijslv throniK «'.?ndm», /»he was "oit Wd. . pyervono un «nd down bnaoh was onrplpss pKont lip fhi» pr.ftoTS. )<. Wp^'hf'bv had n .p off jind/ }pft Ji}s upjppked ' . \\[flfjth,prhY, ghp whncfpvfd f ti'9*fintlv whv ,«'i n hadn't i\iru>l}M pf HJrrj' hofovo t Ho ' nrpbjems, -Shp 'svrai]d PO to' ss>e" him, -Rfl" vwld s^jye her fast, M^ypp lie'rl pyen let h,er will} hjjn fap § while, L HAVE PURCHASED Mr. . sjjn?t,e,ij in" a§ the similarity the sam'e' way but th,pr@ Wether, ; th,ipk., and In aro'und t'he rim of it, looking for 1 taps'. She turned 1 * or» piyi ; jt, "'Cubbing th,?m Jtff sc>ap mmit'M raUV in this. 0$$ lops'est, SJiu banspd, .p^j ',U ,^'ljh' fig? way. to hpfl grass — there- were no paths worn here in the lawn—until s!Vo came to the driveway, and followed it to the .hpuFe, The froh,t steps were brick, clean, well scrubbed; she went up them and rang the bell, While she waitec 1 , she did what shn could to repair her a;pper<)ralnce—smoc'ihed- dWwv her skirt, p a'11 c d her uncombed hair — and after a- moment the door was opened. Sho said, "Hello, Jill." "Hello, Katherine." Jill '.'TIS Mr.' Wetherby's maid — younn. pretty, cheerful, a good cook. "Do you want to see Mr. Wetherby He's having breakfast right now:" Katherine had already discovered this for herself; the aroma of bacon tickled her nos.e' wist-' fully She said, "Oh, Ih'at's all right," and hoped she -looked less interested than she felt. "Come in." • She went past Jill into the hall, The dining room opened beyond' it; the smell of bacon . gri'\v stronger with every step, Jill said, VGo on in," and wont back toward the kitchen'. Katherine marched ahead through the archway and Jnto thu sunny dining room, with its wide windows, its table spread with silver and dishes, and Mr, Weth- crby bent forward in concentration. Mr. Wothorby had the reputation of being everybody's friend, and this idea had a certain foundation in fact. His. appearance" did not contradict his disposition; he looked and was, genial," mild', benign and courteous. Ify rvdcli- lion lo having been.- Kath'erine's mother's lawyer, he had been, as tt-et hef grahdrHothef's. ,H(* was «n*9ltUitW»' Afift ie *,£& o! lifo, Me had' practiced Idw Lilc6ds,^ .fully and prb-fHabfy icn- 4.* »ears, aft'd at the erid of lh£l lilng hS slltfe, paving mosl of lh& KfW's affdif-s iti Ihe fiahds of his goh\ His aUehtion now wr.s behl frit bfi hl§ breakfast, bill oH a [)i<ki* 6f df-iflwocitl beside his plate, Ms w&s, ih fttct, sb deef5ly cli» IFOsSed iH it that site fetched the side of the table before hd HeiM thetl Ho lifted hU mdrtttng," said Co sit dbWH, Won't you." "Thanlc yoH " Shd slid iti'o (tit) empty: piaee 'a'l'outtd thd vortei rH hirri dttii Whited, ,-| "•Wliat do you ttilnk of rf ( ? hq saidi without look' "Very-'nice,"" Mr. Wetherby, suddenly -alert' said, "And how at'o you this fine" mortiitig my dear?' "Pine." His politeness did not lessen, but'his thoughts swung back to his' latest interest! "Ail dflflwqod has', a pectilia-1- sort of similiari'ty. Have v'oti noticed .that" ', raised his head arid looked at HI again. "Bacon Eg'gs Toast Hot cakes Waffles" "Bticbri and' eggs, please'." "Of course- there ai'e Various way's of accounting for .it. Salt Water , . , the. bleaching process. . , . Just ring- Ihe. bell for Jill, won't you" Katherine i-nlrig lho. bell, ajnd Ihe kitchen door swung open. .."Ah,"' said Mr. Welherby. "{Catherine hasn't 1 ,had--any breiyjl ffist;; We havjc bacon Eggs" "Yes, sir." "And toast ... No^v the mal- lei', of identifying the,wood isn't really so very important. Not,at all/, ^actually. Oh. Jill'. Yes. Pickled .peaches," Jill; being accustomed* to her ^employer's conversation,, conclud- T ed >that he had finished; with, her, arid-"took Herself .off to' the kitcU T 'on again, where she could be lihear'd 1 bustling about and huiv^) ming under her breath, He looked at her a':little more sharply, and then said, "You're •rioti '.wearing'- your 'glasses this morning,"" • "I;-.broke thorn." "Can you see," "Well . . . I' can- see fairly well, I.guess ..."., "Yes, Well, no doubt your Aunt MilJicent .will, take you into town tomorrow and se,, 'about liavin°' some' new ones fitted. Have ydd an'- extra pair"-"They're 1 at- home." He did "not seerii to be' looking at her; all his altc'ntion was divided between" the piece' of driftwood and his breakfast; but ho said. "What" 'happened to your hands?" "t fell' downs" "Is 4 that how *you>- broke your " "i" .'', .' yes.-" l ' "I see." He still did not look at her, He put a piece of bacon in his mouth' and • fingered the driftwood. He looked' very kindly; very vague. She re'memberctl her mother saying once, "Don't underestimate Mr', Wetherby He''s a very smart' man, yery shrewd." This statement had' impressed' Her strongly, (To Be Continued) .Theodore Roosevelt was. struck' b'y a double tragedy, in' 1884 when his" moth'er and wife died within a few-bourse of each,other, I- • For Safety — For Silence --\Wc Install Internationa! 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