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February 1, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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2_NO«fHWnT ARKANSAS TIMtS, f«y»«tvilt«, AikanMi. Friday, februoty 1, USI ^'NttHHHIjIMIIMIIHIIIIHIIIIIllillllllllllllHllillllMlllllllinilllllllllllllllllllinillli ^ octe MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIIR I I H I I H I I I I M I I i m i l l l l l l l l i m . i i i i i i n i iiililillllllillllllllllllllllin · Daily Calendar of Events ^Tonight . . . 'Otark Mtidhcns. .Mr-. Arthur IJnarrl, 7 liCvciotl Sclinol i'logrnm, 7:.1d Saturday . . . University Baccalaurenlr, Fir-Id iniii.-e. 10M1 ». .i). University C'nmnicncrnient, Fir-Id Hmi. L r, fi Countrv Club Family X i s h i . ri':b''ou.'.i- 7 lllinni.s Cluh, Hi=hw:iy 71, Soulh U r i n u h , \\M l-'oik, 7 "The Call" To Be Answered Sunday By Nation's Youth Local cburi-bcs In be represenl- ed in "The Call to United Chris- l i n n Youth Action" are announced \ as First Christian, Si, Paal'f Kpix-opsl, First and Central Pics- bytcrinn. Centrnl and \ViK^iins Methodli.1. nnd Ihr Christian Cburrh at 'Italdwln. "The Cfill" meeting will be held Sunday at -7:30 p. m. in Ihe Centrnl Methodist Church. Appearing on lln proKram w i l l he Bflrbora Barrett, Muriel Cfir- ter. Tommy B r n n l K f i n , Rctsy MridcnMine, Hcrnicc Piirkcr. HII.III- Jle Hcnt and P.tul'i Ann Moore. The youth choir will be under Ihr direction of K e n n e t h Oshorn and will be composed oi young people from each of t h e reprcucnlM- live churches. "The Call" is sponsored by the llnllnd C h r l m l a n Y o u t h " Movement Avhlch is the y o u t h wing of the Kntiontil Council of Churches, nn lnlrr-dcnomln»llnnal agency tcrvins 21) major U. S. Prolcslsnl and Eastern Orthodox denomination*. The campaign In »l n climax Blase this week, coinciding with National Youth Week. "D ( f o r dedication) Day" will bf Sunday nl which time leader? expect 1,000,000 young men find women (ace 15 to 25) to answer "The Call," They will pledcc Train for tht Top Sound lutintii Training. Counts Enroll I o'd a y. - In ,|uit.;.o few short months bijeon'fi- denlly prepared for a |ob with a good future. Fayellcville Business College "Thi School You'll likt" 90) W. Dickion Phon 13 thcmscivcs in e f f e c t , not only t o t have f f t i t h but also In w n i k at l t , i The project has been In t h e : planning phnse for f i v e years n n d j In the orcanlilng phase for qnci yenr. T h l r l y - f l v c young men a n d ] women have been scltiiiR up local; "Cull" committees In all sections' of the U, ». since September. They receive only t h e i r expenses and are dnhtilinif six months of Ibelr time to the cause. Miss Rosalie Hcnl is c h a i r m a n of the Fayctlcvlllc area. The proirrani lo which each Is dedlrated Includes Ihese points: Evangelism, lo cct others lo become devout, active Christians; c o m m u n i t y service, to enKflKc in "pslnt brush and hummer" tasks sueh as construcllnt; a playcronnd ! f o r undcrprivllcKcd children o r j repairing a church building. Mrs. Ella Hurst Entertains Guests At Dinner Party M i * . K l l a l l n r n PiiU'iiiUnH ' v i l h a d i n n e r ii.irty Wcdnml.-iy I'vcnln:; in hnnor of i h i o c member* ol llic U n l v r r . it.v hniiMJn': ppr.'^imei, whn v. ill ;:f»fin I p f i v e K;)yfHc\'ill''. Those .111- M i s . Miner b i l l , Mrs. P ;i I .Martin find .Mr*. Jtirlt Sniper. c i t h e r diicstn WTI-O f i n h t r r t .Inner-, Al.nor C i l l l ;im! (hiiiBlilT. I'.cmnio Gill. I'al M a i I in. anil spc- ;'inl Kiicsl, Mifli J n h n l l c - lliilrwnhc. i Shower Compliments Mrs. Bruce Lunsford [ M i s . .! I. f l r u u t l h f r u';i.« hosted l;i.-4 rvcnint: Jit ;i showor In hiiiini Hi M I H . Hrucf Umsfftrd, nt HIP I.un.'-'forcl hnmf fin Asscmhty Drive. An firniimnininl nf s p i i n K cut f l n w r r s rrntori'il the labln which wn.i cnvn-frt w i t h a liicc cloth, fle- [rmhinrnls n( rnychurt ice ercnin lopped w i t h K stork, »ncl rnlic Iral w i t h pink nntl b l u e roschnils, were nerved by Mrs. Hiniifiher fissist- pd by Mrs, U. D. n i n n k r r m h i p , Mis« Nellfi Mac Thoniiis, find Mrs. l.clnliil Cnui-li. Otber quests wrrf Mrs. Walt n r .lully. Mrs. tlnyr.f. Lnnnfnrri, M i s . Dali! Ciioprr, Mrs. Busier Dtinlap, Mrs. Knrl H i l l , Mrs. K. W. Dn/ier, Mrs. Dwight Morris, Mrs. .Mm M c G n u K l i , .-mil Mrs. Odcon Ciirnes. WEATHER AN ALLY IN MANEUVERS Personals No Dull Moments In Chile; Traveler Greets Aviatrix (This is one uf ;i scries Kd Van-* dcvcfiter is w r i t i n g fibnut a trip ! through Snutb America. Ho will j return in April.) Standard Oil Paintings Presented To U. A. Two palnllncs from the Kssn Standard Oil Company, urfcrl in advertising, were prwcntcd to the University Ibis min-nliiR by Aust i n Fitzgerald, Esso aReiit in Kay- ellevlllc, and accepted in bebnlf lit t h e jcbnol by Provost .Inc Cnv- InKlon. Vlee President T. C. Cnrl- ,»on Introduced FlUiicrnUI. Stuff S«t. nnd Mrs, .1,-nnes D. Hill nnd son. Dun-ell, ol Win-cross, Oa., arc v I s l t i n K here w i t h their parents, Mr. find Mrs. K a i l H i l l mid Mr. and Mrs. Guy Porter of Farmlnnlon. Mr. and Mrs, fto.v Brumficld expect to leave tomorrow morning lor Hoc-hosier, M i n n . I Mr. nnd Mrs. Lowell K. Bailey ,-ind son, Jack, are v i s i t i n g In Key West. Kla. I EnHc Rates l e f t today for llous- i ton. Texiis, to tic with M I F . Bates, who Is a patient In the Herman Hospital there. L. O. CJrjihain and C'ftrl Hose returned this mnrnliiK from Little lloL-l(. wl-.ere they attended the f i f t h a n n u a l r n n v e n t i m i of the Arkansas Fnlr Managers Association lit the Marlon Hotel, Wednesday jind yesterday. ThroS toot of coldl. Rub VnpoRllh . lifuff on %/ICKS «mt In mould, lool w v»»*u« WHILE THEY LAST Venetian Blinds $345 Mori Slrti Win!. Linoleum Tile 9x9--.08-10 each 6x6--.05 each Fayelteville Floor Co. Those, who attended the a n n u a l Chamber of Commerce d i n n e r last nij;hl ,-it nuKcis, \vcre the Jlcv. M a r i n e J. l . i n d l o f f , who (rave the . I n v o c a t i o n , Mrs. I . l n d l o f f , Mr. and ( M r s . Wesley ( l o i d o n , Mr. and Mrs. ICIlia Shclton. Mr. f i n d Mrs. Th.iri llou-den find Mr. and Mi.s. Leonard II. K e n d a l l . Holier! S. Barnes of l-'fiyetle- , v i l l c , today became a member of l | h u rescnrcli d e p a r t m e n t of Mon- I sanlo Chemical Company's Or- Kiinic Chemicals Division in SI. Louis, Mo. Barnes is a iwllvc ol Little. Hock and holds II. S.. and M. S. dociccs in chemistry from t h e University. NATUHI mpVIDIS perfect weather conditions Tor "Exercise Snowfall," an Army-Air Force winter maneuver at Camp Drum, N.Y. At top, · blinding inowstorm is faced by paratroopers of Company A, 103th Infantry Regiment, l l t h Airborne Division as they fire their 6Umm mortar. At bbttom, twoTcxsns learn what "Old Man Winter" is really like. They ire Signal Corpsmeh Pfe. Izadorc Tudzin ( l e f t ) , of Gonzalei, and Cpl. Billy Bolty, of Nacodoches. f / n t c r i i a l i o n a l Soundjlio!«; o'clock, In the "Wcsl Fork School., The first lonH-distancc tele- All newcomers from Illinois a r c ! phono c.-ill was mndc from Brant- Invltcd to attend. i ford to Paris,'Ontario. Canada, by FtyHHvill. Branch of A A U W The Kavctlcvir.t: Branch nf A A U W will meet Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in the Claon: ^oom of \hc Student Union. Mrs. L. K. Hart will be in charge of the program on "Women Arc Here To Stay." Mrs. G. D. Nichols is chairman of the hostess committee. Alexander Craii;im Bell over 75 years ago. In lite f i v e years morft t h a n ·170 m i l l i o n dollars b.-is been invested in expanding Australian m a n u f a c t u r i n g industries. Ltverctl School Program ! A. school proEnitn of plays and i ; dances will be fiiven t n n i c h t ,-it! 7:10 o'clock f i t the school by rooms! one. two and three which will be i open to the punHr. There will be j n small admission fee of five c e n t s ; for children and 25 cents fi adults. Births THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS °- «» *,«,,. Th«, Oldest Oftict Supply HOUM In Norlhwcit Arkan»i IT'S VALENTINE TIME W* hovt fht onti you wont, from U to $5.00 each -- " F«ytlltTill*'i Lara«l S.ltclion ~ Stfltd by Gfbion Mrs. D w i R h l Dotlsnn, rinuchlor , »f Mi-s. Nona Allen, -132 N o r t h I Willow Avcmip. who IIH? been n i ^ t u d c n l nt Hit- 'rcchnician's School I · In LIUlc Rock, w i l t «rrivp hero lo- 1 ,' nifihl nnrl will rccoivo her degree J · Imnnrrnw nt t h r U n i v o i s i l y Com- 1 1 iiicm-uncnt. Mrs. Dnrison \s the · f i n i i u - r Nancy Sur Allen of Fny- j Maj. Luuis U. W n n t u r k . whn hns ! hcon Post Puhlii: Intoniiriiinn of- j fieri- nl Kort Bliss. Ti-xas, f»r more i l h a n Uvn and n h a l f veins, h n s l heni) fissioned t ovei'sens duly in] t h e Far Ktisl Command. He Icfl ; Kort Bliss Tuesday on pie-em- f b a r k a t i n n leave before reporting! ovetsi'iis r a r l y in Man.-h. He is rx- I peeled lo arrive here this weekend ' to visit his piux'iits, Mr. and Mrs. Oltu W n n t u c U . Mr. and Mrs. Otho Cole Mr. and Mrs. Otho Cole of K;t.v- edeville atinouncT Ihe birth of a r l a u p h l e r . J a n u a r y 31, at the Counly Hospital. Mr. nnd Mr*, .lames P h i l l i p s Mr. and Mrs. James P h i l l i p s nf I West Fork anmnmeo the birtli nf j a son. February 1, at the County j llo.spilnl. : Mr. and Mrs. K n h c H jMnrsf Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Morse of K n y e l t c v i l l n a n n o u n r r d ihe b i i H i nf a riauchter, J a n u a r y 30, at the City Hospital. I By Kl 'VAMIKVKXTKR Santiago d" Chile--There HIT nn d u l l moments here, '('here's a new experience every time you t u r n around in this bustling eily of I more t h a n 1,000,000 Inhabitant*. I | I strolled i n t o the cocktail ! I Inungo nf the C'arrcra Jlotcl and 1 nolicfd fine of South America's j most interesting women seated al j a table. 1 had been told by news- pancrmeM whn she was. The radin wa.i giving f n r l h a I most t a n t a l i z i n g U.S. dance 1une, j whic:h would rnahe anyone with i rhythm in his hotly wish lo move. j This nt t r a c t i v e creature began j moving her shoulder?, as anyone I loving fiance music will dn, and smiled. 1 walked to her table and j did a dance step. "So you are n o r f c am erica no newspaperman?" she asked lf,nctish w i t h a bit nf an accent. When I answered in the af- I f i r m n l i v e she switched tn Spanish I as these people who speak several ! languages often do. "Sabe como ! me llamo?" she asked, (Do you | know my name?) j Knowing all about her from newspapermen, I replied: "Si usted llamo 'Shorty 1 , listed es la m i m d i a l m c n t c conocido aviadnra bras i I era." (Yes, you arc called 'Bhorly 1 . You arc the world famous woman f l i e r nf She handed me her husband's j card w i t h the address and telc- | phone number in nio and kindly j asked me tn call when I reach that . c i t y . j Reporters and photographers arrived and took her away. "Shorty" was carrying at lens! 50 large pictures of her and her famous piano and views of the 'mighty Andes M o u n t a i n s photo. graphed as she flew over them. | How she knew I was a North j American newspaperman I never will understand. Lesson For Mayor ! I walked to the bar, where a : very largo man w i t h pood humor . stamped nn his face was standing | w i t h other men. He heard me say to ihe bartender: "Whceski y hicto | con soda aparte." Imagine ice in ; whisky and soda separate instead j of being mixed w i t h whisky! They I watched w i l h amazement as I j would lake a sip of the delicious 1 i Scotch, then swallow of soda. j I was enjoying the show so I ; would roll my eyes and say "mucho bueno" as I sipped the Johnny Walker. The big fellow is mayor of a city in Ihe south of Chile and wears a badge in the lapel of his coat to prove this. As ;i Shrincr he wears the emblem nf his great organization. I explained lo him t h a t the aroma and taste of f i n e whisky are lost when mixed wjth soda. 1 He got the point and maybe next time he will say "Don soda, aparte. 1 ' The first machine fof making wire nails from Iron and brass was b u i l t over 100 year* no in New York City. Doctors And Hospital In New York At Odds Pnujihkccpsic, N. Y . - i / l ' j - S t . St. Francis Hospital, a Roman | Catholic i n s t i t u t i o n , has ordered seven physicians cither to resign fro mils s t a f f or break off from a birth control proup. The action was disclosed yesterday by one of t h e physicians. Dr. John n. HoKerr, former president of the Duchess C o u n t y Medical Society, and a medical member of the Dutchess C o u n t y League of Planned Parenthood Association. The league's M i n i s t e r i a l Comm i t t e e sairl t h e hospital's order was '-inconsistent w i t h t h e character of an i n s t i t u t i o n which has solicited funds from and professes to serve rfll faiths in our community." Works On At 99 Despite Wife's Alimony Suit Los An»cles-(/lV.Iohn A. Pmrn-n, f)fl. didn't take lime o(f from his j S I 7 f ) - a - m o h t h job us plant quart! , to contest his wife's alimony j testimony. . : Mrs. Isabele Rrnwn. 72. told the I court she is w i l l i n g In cunk f o r ] her husband and share grocery j bills u n t i l they are divorced, but j that she wants $125 a month t o * Ret along, whereas Hrown gave her only $31.40. The court awarded ?it(l a month temporary alimony to her. Tne stingiiiK nettle is n j e l l y f i s h which can paralyse small fish with its barbs. It then pulls them into its mouth. Man Consumes Barrel of BAKING SODA One man told us he took baki-.R soda for years. Claims he has used over a barrel of it to: stomach gas, but «ot only temporary relief. Recently he quit lha «oda habit and look CERTA-VIN. This new medicine is bringing REAL, last- 'ng relief to many Faycfteville cas victims because i* is taken BEFORE (not after) meals and thus works \ v i i h your food. It helps digest your meals faster, ?o your food ri.iosn'l lay there and for- mont. Besides relieving gas, CERTA-VIN also ··onlains Herbs with V i a m i n B-l and Iron to enrich your blood and rr.nke your nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't f i o o n s u f f e r i n g . Gel CEHTA-VJN--Clinchcn's Fayctte- ville Drug Store. --adv. (UUnt UKI in OtANM FLAVOR Choose your jeweler before clioosinc jewelry--Heche's ISO-til Mr. Ray Joice, Stylist (h'orii/erl\ of Keinnnt AI arcus) W i l l Join My Staff Friday, Feb. 1. A Lucky Lady . . . Will Win a $50 Cold Wave, the Name To Be Drawn From Mr. Joice's First 20 Patrons For Appointments Cull Rita's Beauty Salon, 3134 or La Rose House Of Beauty 999 Rita Brewer, Owner Announcements Illinois Club j Tht- H i g h w a y 71 Hn ! I l l i n o i s Cluh w i l l have supper tnino; row ni mch nf ihe ;i pot kick 't 7 Mr. ami Mrs. Jimmy Oshtirn j Mr. ;ml Mrs. J i m m y O.-bum nf j FHI i n i i i c l n n HimouiHT tin 1 b i r t h (if a son, Kobrunry 1, at tho City Hosp i t a l . ' PRETTY PR1DDY---Bill Phil- Jip?. m a k f - u p a r t i s t , puls tlic final tcniches nn (.lorry Prickly in p r e p a r a t i o n fur t h e D e t r o i t i n fit 1 1 tier's rule us ;t Iluusc of J)n\'id playci' in tlin niovic, "Alexander. The Di/,' Loagucr." I .Inlmny Hcrai'dino of Ihr St. 'Louis Browns looks on. ( N E A ) 1 2 GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Bros. Locktr Plant d Answer CALL February 3,1952 The Call in Faytlltriili will b. M Central Methodist Church Sunday, Feb. 3 7:30 p.m. The Nicest Moments.,. . . . choose the matchless flattery of a slender sling pump, artfully simple in line with curved windows open for coolness and c h a r m over your toes. Parched on o high heel and platform sole. Blue coif and black calf. Juit 4.95 BASEMENT STORE BEAUTY SALE To Pamper Your Hair And Purse. REG. U.SO CREAM COLD WAVE $7.50 MACHINE , $5.00 Norma's Beauty Shoppe W M o u n t a i n Phone 323 H A L L M A R K V A L E N T I N E S McROY McNAIR Pho. 131 CRAVENS BLDG. How to Lose UGLY FAT Without Dieting - Hunger! If y»u mrm m ncrmol, h«nllhy, ovtrw»igSr "cicht I f f ^ - '·vl thf x r r y firM #n fc. it] f-hr h u d A him (fry m«n or woman by all m«*nt r««d about thli ·mailn«, n*w, dinUally Uit*d medical dluovery thai U already crtatlng · ··n«tion all ov«r th* country, Km 1T-I nil Mxilit ihrlv hiino-i- i-Nlmir r.,i,iHi,i M m'».inii., ilrtii;i. (·^f^Cl1(· f.n-1 oil ..thir im|l-nn- · ni. .uiiif.'t-fl.nry ihiiiB* Uinnlly s^iH-inlH with UNfrly ntt!,mit ,l,,tnu, n;[l,nul hnnno a littalr A n » 0 r v , n i,Mftif. Dotfort Dfcev*r Watrx Mmf tliTlitr- »pr.-i- th«l Ihr |.«l nitv In I,,., ^. Alfl. A irioup of Nnv Yiuk .t-n-tors. innkinH IhHt uhllf dieting HH. ({MJ n |.1* U T.JK.n'1 »^ wrisht (ri'|lr. Hung»r -- Th« Fof P«n«n'i fntmy/ DiilniL- for nii-M folk, niincrr. Atul frw [UMiiile onn rp«1x| hiititri. Pn l)ir- n|nrnir tt liy S-i iiinr N*i' Vnik (|^rl«rf wnrkr«l (or vr*rt · nit it,* if |.r-i.,,lr Ur f*l nfrlv. i,i|^n,,f ( f,V|- t«C. '1 licv Itliflllv ftnnnimrrH mrrr*B In K (IM«| Ailjutirt f*llr,| W.M'CX. Cflnfcuf r * f f « Pf»v»rf Thtfr Oiic«v»ry Tb* ilorlnr* fllnlrnlly ir«t*1 W ' A T K X on M Urrr rt«in of non-Klnti'lnUr ovtrwrlihl ncn nnt Th*- c r t i u i i iinilrrnnlnt t h * t*»h w t r e In- · h,,rl^rif lli» ilnrlorl In .-Kfw or Micl it t * l r V M f K X ).rf,.|r r.fh mo*1. hill nnl tn S" »n «M nfrrUI illrt, rut tn r,,l mil unr ^iwliil fond* - Jlltt Mt Jown ·( Ihr tH'.lr .tnl r.| lin tll MtMM. '.\rtj (,f ihr inuip k.»l II (n Zfl {...iiinU In * ihort prriixl nf llmr; In'ftrl ··tltUtlnrj WIKH^JI 1 W a f « x at Harmless as Water A food arijvt|tf -- nof a dmg Durinjf itir- it-Mii the |nrtnr\ ciiirfiills- r] Ihr phvpirNl r«-tuiil!on nf nu'li m.-mhW r Kicitii. l"»k rl'-.-lro-rHt.lH.i-rtiins. nnd iliil in · *\t\K\r Cf.Kf of ill rflcvl. Kvci-vnnr f.nnl *h.' frit hcltcr. So Mt ]»«!. th" fflt ['i-r^on'.* -irrn i.nnr tru.- M w » y In |ii«. OM-I-SS f«l w Stsrl iilimmliir "iown rcnir fiKiirc. f;.-t \V, t.-Uy. M ff-r * in.iniV* (.iiiMilv. C l ' A l t A N If )..) nirn't il-i«r.| wilh (If u rich! \ " « f t r r tiflnff nnr Iwtllr nf U'AFCX )ini (trl OKI noy liftrk. Watt* Stopt Hunger Our \ V n f c x Wnfrr i»*i*-"i'jn ('irnilflr c ;i 1 i- u 1 ;i- Writr fi-r rlin lonv thr- htnifirr 5.1 1- HM* «t,,l pm sfylnK- rnpnrliy of I M,I,, B I * S i,,|,t^ h. bnilni IIOIHH.P, or , olir ^ lolhwil 4 rat:* or 5 sliros of vhttp lircnrt. Vc! con- Ain.t only li rnlorlrs. Dr. Frederick Damrou net** iiithcrlty *n rtduclnn rrromtncn.irH W A T K X in »i^ rpRiilnr Hndio llrnlth Talks ovrr * liirpt mmihrr of tadtn Nm- llnns. Hr tn.vs. "In'n nrcr snnip nf propV whn wrrr rpnlly fnt. nnd wlin wtrr nrtl pill on .1 rtlrl W A K K X proilurrd «n nvrr- NKr neiRlit lo^ of R poiilKM prr month \vlllmu1 luinsn' pniiH^ Thiil's wliv ninny (Inrlm.* inr sncl ptoacrlhr W A K K S lirmnse inK nnrt control* hunger nnd ov^rfAllnc." DOCTOR*-- Write For Hlnk'-l rlNtn Kiul prnlcnlonnl (..tnipl^i nn ifur IfiirrhmH W a t ^ v IW . .i.sttn Bronrivvjiy, New York 31, N. Y. IAST SIDE SQUAM DAVIS ORGANIZATION OF FARM MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANIES IN WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS Thirty years ago I addressed a meeting of the Farmers Exchange in Fayetteville on the subject of Farm Mutual Insurance. A committee was appointed to organize a company in order that farmers and farm-owners could have good insurance protection at low cost. I was named on this committee, together with F. W. Lctsch, A, G Hartley, and G. Sclle. I hove worked during'all those years as a director in promoting our company's good service lo farm properly owners, rural schools and churches. Naturally I want to see our company continue to grow and be of greater service; therefore, I want lo continue serving to the best of my ability. I was president for several years. We organized about two years later the Northwest Arkansas farmers M u t u a l T o r n a d o Insurance Company, and which has policies in force amounting to over 116,000,000.00. Farm Mutual Insurance rates are exceedingly low; therefore these two companies have saved farm property owners a great deal of money. Each company has o large Reserve Fund, invested principally in United States War Bonds. I was chairman, and personally recommended and asked the two Boaids of Directors, in a joint meeting, to purchase our present office building. I consider Its present value to be $18,000.00, which is considerably more than its cost. I asked thai no consideration be given to purchase of my properly at that time. TO POLICY HOLOiRS: I thall npprtciatt your volt and tuppart In our annual metlinft tomorrow for th* neminiM I ipensor.

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