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THE DAILY NEWS, FEEDBBICK, ME., TRIDAY, JUNE 3, 193Z. TM DAULX MR. ROGERS FINDS PALO ALTO SIGN THAT HE CONSIDERS SIGNIFICANT To t^e Editor oi The Ne»s ?«lo Alu. Cal. J^ne 3 -- *·». here ajair: vxia l^.r.z ;?r M" Hootf r s hoc5? Saw » .··-zr. ·." .u .: so irj: dor. t !-£ a'-too n^^'ji^t^- lor y^- He2^ r*"-- v H^d a ;a': »lth Herbert ·.r.j- scortur? rioc Herbert Hr.?r. bj'. THS Herbert. K f rv". ·rho -^ the J ? il. CAN YOU BEAT IT Bv Ketten / CArfc 75 COHPLAlN),* Aour /£ £#$·-_ y/1 ·s jjx VT* tr/CAT Mellor. S.-1 c--a-.b^ '.: .«' -s ?r.f r:t i'^r". c-; o; am a-: pt.mj*. . · '-,- i a-.' rr. -·! trie .~-i We. He Ssiic I *r.i'f th* w'J. tan luncheon too* Flaw »-- EcLsor Cc-spany, Hagersto.n. SKM n I o n Tuesday tr. oacr* wsts-isias'-s holds a yxr.txn in Washington * o*- rield "-- '.:· ho'-y Apprcx- Mi-? Barbara Brooie Der_s:s who · v ~»d the "car..e -" as c*»n ;'J~ .r.c _n Part* is expr-ct«d .,.,,. j ,, ,-. , -vo -Q r*t-rr. to -i*r horn* neir Pr«d«r-Ci · .s.t-.rs o. t: "*" _:.-."*..';;..; - «-yr :or t=« Deaf »re i'-.ttclpa abc-t July 4 at "h _rr-3V.v 60 { r.eld t-:-re S iolloaed. Mr. ;*'- ll%C at .Itimor* county place of Hrz. Garnet th has been leased Mr. , ." Sr is pr«s.den". of '.3* ooard of School -rt- ;.r.z- * a- pr-a- :.··- - * t 1 c^hTi -r.i ·· -cr.-d :. rrc 4Y. arded tc- Mifs Harv Mr? Grac* \L- J---.r. Prtr.?J Ssi.-b, Jr ,i Es»-·;:»:. :.ie lav^r o! -i. ar.d ^:r. s:^a«:'-s at -led e.r..-z the ·".-mris Mr Charts V - -·· V.TL1. r.OG£F-= .ty Comauasioner Amon B-trg«* i-s Burst* and Mr and Mrs Burrer Jr of Freder.ci. ha\e r«- after s?ena_ng se-.eril daji »i*.i k~-"."·..'. M-.: Jlii. Francis Smith BJ-I Prof ana Mrs C.yce Burgee, at B-cki- i ?t?.r.- S Maulib;-, Ocart Sq^art u«« ITE-itr*-'.*.-, l^iisourj. Pi .... i ·· Wasl-i.-gtor- Tu*iaay and Milted th« ^. ^ "s^" w-^i, 3:'. Bait SecorTc !,«e:. sas rewimed aftr s;* cathedral "5 S " Pet*r ar.c St Paul at entertaining at a. house par- '*«i i-i Baitimore. cxrjrj th« illness of , ·n. Mr Dav.a C W.n*ore:irer. j ram an oper- j T Jr 04- £F V -" £: A;3ar - *"*-«'»·*·»·«*"-- tv for ten cv.s la honor of taelr guests, her ion. Mr D a v . a C ' Lilt S btlllt c "* fc! ·-"-=-?--· ·"* ^""^ b - r Car ;°" ' Mrs A-JSuet J Rawi. Mrs Ned C-a-r«. UI. »---'j is recuperates fr J-hn Gjrr.ir're Tr*.-*- in the party !»-·,,,, L .- u 3,.,-_... a-,, Mlis R.,.., w ^- a-on FSIOAV, JVX EipUin II. Pleas*: -.ii :TT. tr-.e c.~^C£e :" r fr~Ti the r;g--" * " "" 1^ f\r?* I '· ar.-:^ S:r.:th. THIS C \ N D I D AGE hss thc.igr-: tap ' s.l o! N-..', Yor£. uno motored to Frec- rlsnr.'d -he ':.? Mas Mary S MIU.S- f ,.,, v. - ri-*"''T Vr* Ho--.', ^e- Mr and Mrs. H. Noel " ~v Mrs Is^b*!!* Kurutel Daniel:. Mrs .'^~,~~ ' " Chars W H-*s. Jr, Mrs. J. A*lne " " V.M':an_v r Mr? Cyrus Gacibrtl!. Mrs , Cj:.-. H \V~r-!. :x*"n. Mrs. R-rhard ... ci --^5 .v; _ ."_".,^..; is nothing tocjiv j-- -la-fs 1 *- c:v-d as a or :if .x ., hbfl s-t. -·'-' ' ' " u=e tier, the rep-'av.jrs of the Jt?.c are h»nd:«I a.-Jf-ou: glc'.e.- snd the ::%' tsve rr.rmolrs »T.'V. a -- - t t.-.r- ^.,:.:. · f. D-l-.-li.i.e. Mrs Marshal: Evc.-.ir n .Vr5 Franc j H Markell. Mr.« K:-J-. .r H 'I-i::. Mrs P.cber. R. Luckl* M.*^ Vi-j- A.-?«-.l S-ppington. Mr; C-.arl'-^ F Srri-r- Mr- John S. rrr ^ -'- j M:.- B-rt Ead-"r. Mrs Simile! Worth**" ' :: x- n. Mr-, Ed'Aard H V)S. Mn John a r e ··"'·· · :; ciir,. Mri Claud- R McCl«er. Mrs -.V A LUFBl-RRO-.V ' Jalni . s H Grj ,., ,.,.,.,, M a r y j^ J, J:LI ""~ -" -- · " »-"·"" \v*"m*"v " \' % t ^' s ·\ r "'' i^ Lionise a r Kl i Emmitsburg - Ccrr " ; -- ""·* M ^ A A ' 1 *R p " rre i- · ".-tv fir" - *r Vc ani | .-.-"rained at a bndg* pir-v vo'jss ion. Maiter H Notl Hall-er. Jr.. . IV.^r;c.2-. jf·*.-.."n in '.h*lr honor" rtaie nto'.ed to th* Glttinxer cottage i -t Braddaci Heights for the Stanrctr. Mrs J»n.*» O N«.ll. cf Par.oi-lt. G R-r." Martui. Wass!r.gWK Second iir«t. on Siinday eawrtartea Miss Sertna Strajer and Mas Margaret Mill( ?r of Y3r£. Pi. students of Hood Col- '· Ca. -- Sunday school class Brae- Mr and Mrs CUri-e L WilUri anc ' ·.oung ion. Nfaster Richarc W:l!ir!. of M^-.r. sis beer. :h* gu"it of .-.'·r i V.-« W Harrv Halr. Ea Mr- H--r.r. E \VVa".»r. or "A'5_' .L- ' - . - · - Ja.-T.'J V.- *""- M - E C .:.- K-i.-.-ar.i Lot: a -e . Mr .'.-.ci Mr? \Vi- -a:;-. W O'burn. M. Iln.::.. .-bur; June 3 -- E'.erjtli.:.? -Aas '. L^ :r.i S.i.lcv O'b'^r:: :.:- E P Mr5 L-iBls H. Knock West Second jtree: has returned after spending four monies in California and other sections of t.if Pacific Coast Ba:d*:= L I . are visi: jjl C V.^lar Mrs Willard Is the repre- ^r-- v- 3/^* V {*"*- 11^ . 1932. by World FtaUt Scrape I " w ..l ~*. -a^'na of rr*i«.-.ee asuit f- '"· ^a=*"--" -'· a -'-I e-.erjns at the j M :s Gi-orge R Den:... Mrs James A -- -- - ba=ebsli p'.cnlc last Saturday when all Long Mrs H E TO-X.-I Misses Nannie ' w ' : n*v s.re as .j»e y..i^ ' ^ Los Arigeles. ar.a taen motored up ir.e V."aj..^-.gtorj a^d Oregon M- 4 Knoci v,. -"--- ° r ~« Ssir Yo7k Hood c:ub SIDE GLAXCES M - J ^^f*;^^- 5 a- -w. "-ee'iss of tne Hood College h*r wwr. M«. R^.?n R»dcM._:= »--·;. -^ s ,^ a=d hr ^,, y '^"5 :i2-.e oe?n \isit-n? her parents. R?v Er. __ _ *"" a"^ l f -s Cha 1m e l -s Wilson Walck. in They are as : 3 vc D--T»- .,, a ..^^ ,^. . ^^ ; he f ,, c .. rk . I ., -- j-^^ Kn Yr.":,:rV " D 'HV:-. 2 '- 0 /v'* 4 Vx " r ' a B .. C " ^ ^'s^oa^. Pa . prior" to arriving in Fred- alive they sre ir.s«parab. sepsra'cd ^. A0 , ^ c ... ;j ,. Tao , rr , u .,, s; Q,. v ., n 3n(J Mrs s ... .,, BU , r r! . 4 ,. tra-.v^^.trc-.gr. tr.e io^n-..- \a..-,-. No cne knows ·arhich «as tne Mar-, s -tudcn's Thc:r.as D-w»\.\p. -"irid f croup v.as the S.r^- brii.ch cf '. ic a: " s " " ·" eT -""'- ··J^l.' ' t-Tffr.ii:. had crashed :nt" -«ac - wosr-ar/i Nati.-ral C-'n-dr.«l .V-.-.:- ^ \VH.,, ,,,- «-« =- -*-!ri- thf» *»v.~'r'n r.:r- '. · n-* m .-t^.r »x a f^^o-.^^-^i ^r.^4 .I-^L - *·-" - o.^\e w--^. n. c %..^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ _ ^^ _^^ dc?r»ie of Doctor of *.'.^. D..'.r.ity was conferred upon Rev. Dr. Bv George Clark YORK they die. first to go. but it is k n ^ n that a I!'tie , ...v,.,,, i cf tr.e po!"« the r'.eclnc car- i :.on :o vifit :he Cathedral and crick Mr and Mrs Willard also attended tne rorcmencentent c\ircises a t ' Frar.S:; t n and Marshal! Col?e Jane !. candor quickly harcens the , e;; . abou , , % o mllej sw , h Qf tr ,i n . j p^.^g^pj,,.,. ,,,, . hc ^v,,.;, r r;h skinned." When the hypersens:ti-.c so ' 3^,,$, « capct ; W . : K m^o- c-^.., . tri d | ' Into politics they either becom? call- bruise* Acc--d!ni; t- the story two | ~, oused to adverse"crity-ism or get out of o-h-r cars -.^re coming ,,-,.,,, a=r.-«t Donovan and Freeman, ap- M S hcrrv. P.". -.ihk-h time ·..';·· jirize i \Vcir.escav at the Catoctjs Oo'i: C.ub .--· wnlc'i time the pnze *as .,,,, tl)e Wednesday card cto ^.^ onter- , b ... Mrs R,as C .;! H McCa.n. up » ..1U ?alae j. wediwidax- bv Mrs \V Clinton , " Mrs. V,'.ll:4n: H. G w t;ocrt. East Third P °"'" C !.' ^ -TM«, i, -H, coc--" , p r c : l c h " K : " or»"C ^rcctl-i, Al -re , lon :_, : . !r - Frank D. \V,.rtn i!J5 t«n Unobserved today Is .he coc...-e. a - a , to see the faH glare nf the ''^;er once «o inviolable, that the dead arc · fceadl.ghts be-caiLse of '.tor hll!. The cars j XT,^SS ; iS s i' S-SSSi ! =SSSSrS. J : 1 turned men s National Cathedral Association, at Elks Club aill hold a the residence of Mrs Robert W. Garrett, I forms of cm*naint:en M- .ind Mr.- \V K Klinraxan Mr ccs Backinsharp.. Betf. Doll. iim-s-.trn-an. Mr Br.sh. Jchn C illi'r. candio blogra-pntes. A L L*ar\. Mi;- Mar C. Of tained a good dca" of mutual ' a - cajpla.n. Rev. Dr. Philip Gailas;- , browbeating and uncomplimentary Ian- I ^. ^ .£ ^ ^^ r '^^ ' Mart r .,nd Prtf Th-nnr XorfT-;. a!', of i the college faculty ( \V: l...m I-T-I. .\!r W:-. or-- Mnry S M i iNby Court icrta.n* . ..- i S-.z-dav aft^rnorn IP. F-'rn-;- .' Mr-: R .,-rr X *. new of- ! Wiles. Margaret Thrasher. .'.11 o-'I-ur Xoin.r.fxs are as fol-.seU. and Mehrl Mooerly. j For rr^.-en: Mr Ar'hur J j . | a:-d M: B".cr '2S; -.ice I Miss Beatrice Alt-ran. Balt.rr.c-re · \:r= Si-a S'-i' v Bc-.net:. spent list week-end with her narents · t | Imps on the Stage i X«x York. June 3.--Gnraacirg iaps. ' armed -x-ith all the weapons of mischief. [ often appear to ha-.e been turned toose ' upon a tneater stage to plague and ] embarrass the pertormers. On such occasions the most anaoy- ing mishaps occur And no time-scarred trouper completely overcomes toe haunting fear of such visitations. It is one of the reasons for the Ions list of supersitions attached to the stage. The failure of a revolver to explode during the big murder scens »«. been one of the most common "stage accidents " The quick aa libbing of veteran actors rarely stifles a fe-*" snickers from the audience. i Anton? the ~T-y Broad-R-ay legends j growing oat of such trying moments is jthat of the villain ~ho. noting thai a jgim -was jammed and Aouldn't nre, sank j to th« =tac= r-jj'-j--"'- s.: his breast and 'iv-oaT"--**- "O"** ^~v c""- ^a sr- disease*** j Or.e qu.ci ",::e: hero, supposed TO I i^^n'" *·*-·*» ff~*c--ri'- "ht** -F-^f: -- ^ '·*_*_$ ·*·«-? If stocks show nervousness as mar- --Th^nnr a-r. Wi l...m I-railc-y ... KC-; ,-'M "vV !--. '-,- -v - \r · "J ····"· M - - Ma-:.r" Dutrovi -29. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J A.tman near ket -eoorts sav wna- would -.c-.i call Wi ; h!n ^ on - D c ^"-- '^ '^'^?: '- ; ; .:-= Dr ...r.'ri Mr," Fr.-.-.'-; H H -W- \V--: --"rrar.. Mr Dv.id M Kerr.p. 2 5 : , Frederick. Mia Altman -^.11 zrad la e ' -. , " «."h f.pir n-.v.-^ M-, OsC.-irFra.Vv 1^^,,,, v -. 0 - o _., ., " .,,. ·;-,,, :r - -.-,-, c P^ul Rodaruck M6: , from the GjU* Vocational Scncc- Ba.^hat tne spectators ,cow? _____ __ _ . - « . . , c f r J - s c. D a d ig "Master William cannot come to the phone. He has the colic from eating green apples." Another way to reduce Is to tco much about business. i TOClciy 111 HlStOry j Tour tsposicon is hopeful, but hesi- ___ . X T n -* l * ^ ^'"^ ^ -"» r^iiriDa.i. jr., _\ii*xs irar.- "··· "= - w « - v --·-*-. -^.. -v ^-_ ^w.-vv- s ; j taring: full of projects, fans it may be TWf-ntV YCai'S · ' " · · * K""1 -'^ .»nd Mr Kclniuth E r i c n - -·' ·-·*- "-·"-·- --^ ? »=··- i ocloc. ' Mr and Mrs Marse., WinpiS-or - neglectful of opportunities. T h e r e s a J _ \ \ C 1 1 L ^ J - C a i ^ ; -· ,r v.' :.»:-cr of Xo-» York M ' ^ - . H ^e L.r^.i- =y Ty Zieglers . daugh-.r Orene: Mrs. Grace vir,,. Today's Ann.versanes. ce ^m amoun-, of native abiity and A f r n T n r l ^ V Til :3 n - - ° ^--.--.-t-a from Hamburg. Pa. ,M-ss H«i«n Virts ana -ftooaro-". \V. · lso4 _ K . c .-. 3r!i c^d.n English iiates- ] go^ n^g which ^^ help toward suc- AgU ±UUd.^ MI : ., s Kit ,., Kua , r , Dar ..,,, , . ^ . ^ Tr- -,tnt .- o..ii - -ii-.nrd bv officers ' W.tmer. near this city, spent last faun- j n _ an ^ r , t , , , ^ KC r.cmist. bom, t^^. h ,,. rhg aim nf PTgry ong b^n on Frederick ' ' A : ' : a " d I " U '-"" % Pet '~' ; a:;c: - dcd "--- -""· ·-·°"^ ^ -:D ^" Messrs **'·?" I**' ~ Po -* : 0{ R:H:is · 151 '-- I1? - r:ellQ - :i -; Died AP-I U. :s:o :th ^ ^v SUOUM be to cuiarate seLT-re- H""A. l rd C :r.ty Horse Show at (1X---.1. Items from the Columns Of ; ir. i;?:- M.-.-.^r or. Sa-urcay The Ne-s-.-.. June 3. ".91- ' · \Y M.-.-.-.- rrf .de-it. Ralpn \V Boyer. | \. c- '- o-c".' D.i-..d M. Kerr.p. secre-i M^s Mary Alice Benson returned to a-. 'ar j . C Taul ric-aerjci. treasurer: her parental home on South Market Mr- Biroi-a : iS-'cwr. Mr' ?.la-:m L [street Thuriuay afternoon from Kno\ Cir.ce h-lc: D En^cl-rccnt. vul-c. Tennessee. She resigr.ec froni 'he Mr. G. -ce H -.r.j Soarner. Mr. Karry Tennessee School for the Deaf to teacn V,.~""~l- L D- . r ?.r..1 :-!r. W.llarc H Marker- at t:ie Marj-land State School for the '. ."","" Deaf, this city, next September. Mr .::- . M.-- jynr. K S.1C..X. of rL.1- C-r---r. Sprms Val.t. UgOS--Je3*rscn D.-.MS. United Senator from MJsc-is^Appi. Secretary I of War in the Cab.net of Pres.dent Pierce, Prcs-der.t of the Confederate States' of America, born jt Todd cojnty. K;. D.e-d -n "N'evr Orlsans. December 6. 1SS9 '; i loll--Hrrrv Jirr.cs. Air.encan theoiog-, ' ica! writer r.nd c'c-rcr.'man. father of [ the '."'''· il!:o--fu-= orctli£r.=. Henry and J and to it. and as soon sheet the enemy, bat Sr;d~r:~ his I useless. t3roceccc-d to use the "oti" e-! of it as 2 cl-b | Donble Trouble j Tliere ~cs 2n ccoc^.cr. a: the Ford JTr.eci--:r in Brltimsre -snen the imps ! seemed to hs."e spread germs of some |strange plag-ae of fumbim-fs. It was i severe.* rears ^go. curing "he presenia- ! tton of "A K_=3 of Importance." - Mon' tague L-:Ke was playinc; a jaunty French · pol.tic^n. Iran Simpson, playing with I hiniT-esir.e on -n snappy eieiimj dress. : stamblln? o-.er s. rus and ipraiclec *uH . len;th apcn the floor. Before the au- i cience had stopped tittering Love sat ' do-sn and tried to pass the accident o3 · by rushing gCiKy into his lines. The clapperly gsrce-d "Montague crossed ins le^s--icr-ere~ch a great ho~I Trent up from out front. A garter had become unlastened. end was s^laging, pendul'jm-like, across his swank gray spats. This might; have seemed enough, 'or one evening. But; -2ie imps -s-ere out; m full force. In the next act. a character seeking a hasty exit from a room found the property door too closely hinged and exited--on her nose. · £ · ' * ' · · * £ · proves safcsfactory to _TKE COVNTV COMMISSIONERS ON s i. adopted % ieso.tir.or. -.--.ri. r.-i: "-· t.-.c :-:;lr A si:-, ol o: Tr.e« Ur_:ecl S.svs t-.v a--- i ~" ~- ' ··*- B.--b\-v Fr-tci-.-t M.m- r.---. r : r ·!-.- d.inc. transinc-cr-fioG lur.atlc asv'.^jr.. as ~. .-.£··* 11 "1 ' AKOciaf-T. a 'pa-" - - " 1 ' --*·' ·*_' -' '·' ·';' : ' i -* w-*-- ·-u^srr-.p ^n :--c -; --; - -- ,.,^"-.«- \a --% ·*·£-; Of th» 30000 students enrolled at ,,.~- c.^-ir i-.oi.~e park ir. i ". h i.^ er-- Pro: A 1_ L-c-rs. ar^r.r?-. toache..-- '--" v " " ^ ? '- . .. .,, ,,, r,. v .- v_r--= a'^ " - - - - - . _ . . - , S3 -- .. _ . ^ . . --,, -,,-.,.-., ^c,., u ~.^- ? - , -, - . n' r..-,- a: s. ,-.-pd- ! " NV "* y - r :c a::s " 1 :he *·*"*** 'he Ln»ers.ty of Par_^. F.an.e. a« - _ . _ _ ,, ^ij-^.^ N ' -Sna^ Dssrcona. ^...- - - - - - .-·^·^ V*'^ .V:.' « ,/;*-!.r^ -scM f 4 "Ihctn- : ·--"---- -^ J"*-" K Shi?-. Jr. and ' 2000 are Amer.cans. Y '"Diec :n Carr.br.do- Mass., De-j ^- o --j. :. .-, e ;:xr: 0 ; ^^,7; --, --j-.c'THE FOLLOWING SUB-KSGIS- -..re *,-.-. v ; ;;-.-. ; _u 3 : custom be.nc to SOthinr to do" TRAHS of birth? and de-atr-- h v .ri ···.- ^-si:-'.- i year, the .-inior ^r.d .^Ar.dre-x ixe'.on U S arr.r_r_s^.~.c.-r " ^ "hro-.c.-, t.v- c~ur.-y v,-re r.ame-i t~. ^-n. ·- -.-·: ' .._,,. ^ ^ ;r .ct--Dr T Cl^ Koutson. Dr Mr ar.d Mr* J Thotnj5 " o~e*^.nt ^^-; -- -- XT.* ^--s Se --1 - " ma^e yourself whs* 'vou sre i.c-t ara cl^ rot try to con-, .r.-ce tr.r ^crld "'._-.' -··. are Eom-:-t'.-i^r.r d.ffcrcr.- :r.^n -..-.-.- - . Tra=n 11. Fr-vor.Cr.-D- Ir C .ray Dr C. F G--or-l. .rv.n -- Mars-vall Feew. Crc ::-.--. C ! -::r Er.-.r-. M. Dr Mr ar.d Mr* J Thotnj5 ?'. l*v m-i |'. c!--- ,-. ;- rr. ar.r. Mrs Jcv-cph T P\".es Fast .-v.--, ~"hir,1 5:ree" and v ^ l arcrrr.par.-. Dr ' ; iVIOTHER NATURE'S CURIO SHOP | -..-/-* -M jj-- \ 5 Pe^r---^ "r^ 1 "" -c- T " Mr? H.-rr.-r. V"- *:. r\* r : S**f;~ciav. -K, her. Mi5o -? TV-.:; bo cmc-;a; A i a: ne - e =t«. -- ?r« C K :-.-- r. 5el=. 2=5" mi ha e r.:h« ""Ll - ' N. . -, .,,- - ... -:rlcl t - V- nr.l ^rr.- E L. G fford. ar.d Mr ; -. Mrs E L G..t-rd J r . -^f .Vl'.nta. C- ar- .7~n-*-^".; -"rr.« t-rr- \s £j"ft.= f M- -.-.i Mr.- A run M \V--oc C---1- , *-; r;r-: M- v.vl Mr G'.ff^rd. Sr ' :^--: -.-. - '.v ; - · _ , ; -- C ------ _- - -.--C F r r - -Karrv M ^ ' Flapper Fanny Savs--- M.irv^t CO' H .:.- A K^.. - a- v ^ -.- X'NTViN IN THE EXTF2EME DEPTHS' of the AN hEV C4N CSJcCTS JLLNS THSR cenibsr 18. :SS2 j 1819--Thomas Ball, famous Arr.-3r.can, cculntor cf :i^ --nie. b^rn in Charles- i to-An. Mass D.«l Decjmoer 11.'. I 911 i I 1544--Garret A Kcbart. New Jersey j law-er «r»d State S?rir;"or. V.ce-Pres- i id«r.t of "he United States in Me- · Kinley'^ firs- tomi oo~n in Long j Branch. N J Died at Pa-ierson. N ' ! J. Xo-.crnbe- 31. 1839 1 1851--Gcone B;.r*rr. Acam*. r.xed ; Yale t"--."-crstty jro:\r=sor of h"o ory., : borr. T F^irf.eld Vt D.ed May 26.' MENUSi BY MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE Sr^STAY SUPPSS i Salmon Salad Mayonnaise Potato Chips Ptciles Olives Hot Biscuit Plum Jelly Cneipected Fun Next; to revolvers, doorsnoos hav« t!"e highest score for bsJkin^ at the -srons time. There was an occasion where the heroine, trapped m the room by the i villas, r-oshed for the door--which the j vilLan seemed to have barred. Kattlin? iat, the snob, she shrsesed "L«t me j oat. I say, let me out. yoa snake." ] Whereupon the coor failed to resist. Sfrs J wide open--^and she exited on her j laurels I Lee Tracy, while playing- in ' Oh I promise Me." figured in one of the ex- j asperates door e~is2de=. He was ap- Ipeirin? wi'.h :.:ary Phi^ps ar.d his i lir.es to her went sornetiXJis liie this: | "You bett-er eel out Slsie--r.c-~ hurry. .?et cut- T.-iey grabbed the docrSnob. Strawberry Tarts Cresjn · aut tr.e dsr stuck t.ghter than a torous Coffee j plaster T.-.ere -as nothing to co but Salmon Salad. Serving 6 the ih.le--sr."i "et Slste cut t'traurh an- · Suitable for luncheon, dinner or I other door *.SCo VT0=-| ' -r- ^r * 1S53--?r.".* M P:-""er i r.C'ed Arr.er-' . * " " · · . . . - · = , . - - , -_~--- -3 ·-» --r--- -'-er. '·-ar. d-?.-r.at_n of ·* ger.erat-.on aeo,. * cu?s sa - :r ' on t .aD.espo^,^ ^ _ i ^-"~'~'^, · 0 --'-^' e .-^^. lL --» S :rf3t ca'^ea b-M-n .n Ensland D.ec ^·j···c··l 7. 3 hard coc-sec .J~~;"£^^"~^f I ; 0 r'a pia.r.c- SC'.D. G. P HunHe-f. Br»- I?:: · ?gs _ d . ced -.: l;^^^. ^. _-. ac-^r -;.· v.as appearinc with her. Today In History. "·; toaspoori pep per -2 Clip may "ri'ix'and ch-1 mrred ^7 Scn« or. ^-^ : rd "^ cup cnopt;e-Ci Mayonnaise 1331-- : -ci.-pc-;r. -a t sat C:T~ at ".~e jtcvs Unable to play, a oac.-t3-ar,: understudy --as supposed to j.Zf. tit) ""e rr.e'cd;. The cus from Please rX- somr.htng B..: c-:icrc Iiur."y could r£i:h tlf ii.ar.D t.-.e cs-ci s'3: player ~as t'r.-rr.p.r.g =.»-:·" 2" s; ,--" / - - ; - -' v - . - t r o v s r y i c v t r Ace. J.CT» : He. C- - · " C ^ - - . -' · -re- =^-r..-:r of ;-. =s-.-.r; cxa-.ly Bible Though doub.e to =£sT THAN AT 2, A JU.E7 ^WOSSLSS* PORSCHE OSTANCS ON Lt*, -V3.7-C£ SON. AV» IKS' LESSENS F.' C -..- c. ·T D C a-o · d-n- .t -.-· A- berry Tarts 4 taclerpoccis ccli h-i-p.r.^So " - » % r r :·"· all"" yotir sitsrc.ss to ='i~.i'c--A^atn Clarke. 1 .·» rr ifhn r-.r. Crir.lc fdr'; -IT. f.r.r»-.- Brrry Mcctarr Sticklers M-.r- - - Or. 41 ·- . . - ,;^ ioca-. 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