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I; • It MOM It A It, HOM,, ARKANSAS Tuesday, Dwamber 9, Tuesday, Oeeembei 9, 1952 STAR, WOPS, Reporter Continued from ?M« On* itralght from lh« lofcoliky In THI CAilNIT 't Cnfclnct n WfH«tti*Wl H to- hl» ohlnf admlnl*- of8c«'« t*«mrie he tt i* mouth, Patidn m«d» Iwo lo UiU n»le, howevor. in Aftlt Lady nometlrne lo- about Phylll* ime Ryber, 19-yeiir-oItl beauty from H. V,. nnd art unlden ChleBRonn who recently dl<s dny mi*»ln8 Eager tlflfid «fi4 r«a«t«im ftnd But About thnt Lndy ft libber ((anted me when (hi correelly »n«w*|r»d m«»t of the IR qufulloni I flretl at her. She doe* her nn*werln« by pok Ing her chin nt lover* t out from llriy «Iido» co(tt«lnlr»« numtiem nnd k'ttom, When nhi the Uwet*, the number l»<lttr» shoot wp, upelllng ow 8be bnc IW> n« Jhfchy Infer; Witty* « per. thtf «rttcT* wm urUlHjr ti-orn th«t unity P»r^,4p- We wfliirtfrt* M or the y *w«fln : «nm m t«ft U» cooperitto with lh« 'Wft"»nt<«l fay Thu», Ex~Highway Commiiiioncr Dftt ) ~D»n Ark,, former «t«te of ilary board member, died In i honpltnl h*r« ye»l*rd»y ( fkyBnT-iftld Bant Arkanin* planter probably w«» known for hi* annunl Augint barbnctie*. at* tended by hundred* of «ue*t»— mo*l of th»m from Arkansa* po" tlciil elrcleit, Funeral »ervle«m will b« held In Mnrlomm today, Council Continued from Ptft On« Mm. the f4U««tlon» Into ear. Sometime* Mm, Fond* Lndy'n «le«fc brown with tho swUh of n whip. Olln to prod the burnt), Lndy utarled out perfectly o; peck Inn oui my nwttiw, Wmn »Bk<nl her whom 1 wn» born, «he ri«ht iiniiwpr, Whim I nskod her how much money 1 mMr weekly, ihe ctim» back with tho enact doHaDt'Bnd-ewnt* figure. She flubbefl it when I n»kcd her 1 went to neljool, But I wo Jeter, »he named tho iiclmol In n df»1nyeiV«rtion rfnb'. Lady hn» been playing thin <|uis» tlrtn nnd iw«wvr Rftmo for than Segregation | Continued from P«R« On<* | \n»t for prenidf*nt In H»21. will br< Di-own- rtUhl wa ftfld tftfl. had dl*cu*«ffd (Mmtry'n propouft with Oov.-f'lPet Frnrici* Cherry Chnlrmnn I,. H; Autry »nld he tho Improditon thnl th« Incoming mIm(nliur»Uon wnntfd the Covmcl "to do wh»t It thought b«*t." Gt»ntry »nUl he h«ct not the matter with Cherry. the motion to approve the bud*l?l wit* adopted without dissent. Qentry w»» fit Son I»lnnd, On. With Atty, Gen. lki« Murry attend. Inn the Attorneys General Asaocln- Don convention, Cholntinn Aotry cast the deold- Ins votw' In the Itmjjttiy diiciiKtlon over th« propo/ntl that Inw clcrkn b« recommended for the »pvrn Ar- knnftni Supreme Court Juirileci. Under the' propoaa), the clerks would have received annual »nl- rnorol ^*'* 'Council WB»r divided 7-7 In « prellmlnnry luff he d clnred; "The hlMory of the adoption of; the Amendment (nftcr (he Civil Wnri eornp«l* the cc/tieliislw thtil H ha» no such *enpt' iifl l« «:lnimf"T Under thftt nmendment. the rl«M nt a HtntO to claimlfy Its students on the baM* of race, or for thr.t matter ft Hex or age or mental capacity, hnn been HO often and so pointedly declared by the hidhest nulhorUlen thftt It should no loti)t< r ho regarded HA n|i'Ti t<> doh.V'' Only nn cyeifl i.,f r.fal r,v> explain the pri-ru lit rhullftiRi*." Dflvln further nr«nf-d. "\,n<::<\ lelf-govcrniticnl In lnr:il ilffail-s :•• ne»« and each locality nnd In tin' strength and (lability nf our who!'' federal system." Texorkono Night Club Burns Describes Pact With AP&L as Illegal LITTLE IW'K </P — A Wn*h- ln«('m official Uild Arkansas State F.'i-rtri': OVi-opcnitlve directors hen- yesterday th;il he believes ••Hit? present contract you've signed with Arkansas Power nnd Light Co. l» an illegal Oft." William Wise, of Washington, D. ('. Hum! F.let.-trle Adininlslrn- tion dopuly iiflminislrator, said en- ripi'ratlvi.'X who rct't'ived flTIA lonnu Markets :il«'(l • c"ii I -ctious of their ir.i iitK -.vhrn tbi^y mndf citnlnict:) with AP&L. | !r'linini;-itr,-itor, admitting! iiii> co-npf-riitlvcs were re- 1 .!.•, "i.-xceptlonally fiood rales" tliiil "a contract with a util- mpany is not worth the paper ritirn on." i'iTiriH, .'ippnrfntly, to n pri- >ublie puwc-r dispute over i •iir-tiiiri nf the ''O-opcrativo ; .itiain i;cni.'iiitinK plant Wise fnlkii who vlnlt nt Mm, FondH'H nmnll frame hnimo on tho cd«« of town «f.i throw quentlfinti for n flnllar, n pnycliologljit , K«r* Tuft AfrtcwUuw. ntto Whiit OeorgQ crotury of tho ill .j**Ti^ «.^.^ :tt»« 1j ia«riii«n««^* r f?« tv«n * pro*, ,sMm t *nrr)t»o»tp promlnont In th« modlonl field cohiod nlon« to trv Lotly. Tn lean, two titiko U«tvw»lty pnyohol- o«y t>rofe»"i«o!'i icfltctl her nnd coneluded: "Thnre opponr to bo no 1oop> holo», no rens0n»bl«> no»»(nlltty for niffitnlinK, nlllipr of B vonneloui or chnrnctcr." In 1IMO, Pr. Thrnnn* I.,. Onr- V>tt, NOW York payehotoRUt. sold h« eowW find "no trickery Invol vPuV' I thought nbout « tlpoff »y»ttmi betwopn Lndy nnd her the remainder of the budget, cnlllnK for modorato snlary In- for iitnff rnonlbei'ii was np tlu't ih<> 1vft» nnKwered -quettloni when Mi'*, Fonda wasn't nearby. How doe» Lady do it? I anked Lndy thnt very question. Site he«ll»te<l, then nlowly spoil- e/ottt "M4.N-I5." I niilnd het t( »he'd like to be n human. "You," tnme the hntwer. MFH, Fonda, who eallii her Dot hfn »hfi wan h baby colt. She vutd nh« first noticed tt etbont the antmnl when \vouW )-omp Into the bnru }u|f hi Mrl. PondR WM on tho VCTRO of oftlllng her, A Ponitbly, ni>ld Mri, VondL Lady picked up the "thought inf* «fi« folded to f «om* to the barn Iwfttt'* being fwrnnHy «uim>honed l^ady is, And fllwuyn hai bean tjulto « lur* ft>r slghtiecra, Aftrt by f»r the molt popular quostlmn aro tho*u dealing With lovo, OceftiloVtaily,' ifcW Mt«. Fondn nomeihnc tried to "cMeh" Ludy l,lke th« W(»n who wanted to knoNv U hl» wife Wer* ttue to -Mm? tudy ittovted and twitched, "Ate proved. Chief Juntlco Orlffln Smith nntl Ajisoclate Juitlce P»Ul Wnrd ap pearmi before the Council to ex plain the budget requento. Uiic of the law Cl»fk* hnd been recommended by the Arkansas Bar Association. In other hctlon, the Council: 1. Approved a propo«»"d $375,000 yearly approprlntlon for support of tht> Circuit and Chancery Courtn. 2. Adopted a report of n spi-cinl committee recommending repeal of Act Ma of Wt. The Act per mlU trntufws of unlui-y Items In lonn to. mnlntcniinco nc cunts under certain circumstances a, Heard a report thnt 1800,000 n bundi be lined to ooi^pleto ru IneVment of woodon buildings with Ireproot utructures at the state pcfmontlttry. 4. Received 32 new budget n> quest* from agenc1«'» nnd depart mtiWU iupport«d by Hie general ttfnd. TEXAHKANA M1 - T«firemen r«tlmatccl $»«>.000 dnm.-i was caused from a fin- that ;.',<.•,•• the Countryside Club lion- e;ir yesterday. The nightclub is InriiU.I a ri! Wf'Ht of the city on Illi'.hwny i Clinton to Have Water System j CLINTON. Ark. U1 — The vnter«! havi! decreed Hint thl.s Viin lluren County town will have n < Ity w.itci' system. They voted yesterday 307 for to 3 against for iv proposed $2"t.<ifl') i I bond issue systr.tn. In build ;i city write.' "tt; •'><>!! ns the power plan'. Is! ,:':}'•'\ ulf, It would \>f. n simple; tii.aiei 1 fur them to have sinne! n"..!iii-j|.:ility pi'titlon the Public' .S-i'.iri' Conmii.ision to incri'fis'' 1 . vii! r fates." I Tli! offiel/il iil.sn said that the ; HI'A Imped to increase' rural Ar- ; f;,i:;'-:a:; ti-lephoiH' users by 90 per n the next 10 years. ,Iiibn ,li. Thompson. Public Serv- c (.'uniinissinner, told the dlrect- .innunl conven- that money already has been allocatod to the Southwest Arkansas Telephone Co., f<ii a $100,(100 Uliller County CO-OP- IT-'ive project. He said arrange- ini!,ii are nearly completed for ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. ufc — Hofcs 15,000; moderately ac- livs-; barrows and gilts 180 Ibs up IS to 25 lower thnn Monday's av- orng."; 570 Ibs down little more plentiful, uneven; 25 to 1.00 or more lower; most loss on weights under HO Ihs; sows steady t>i 2."> lower; bulk choice lflO-230 Ibs unsorted for grade 10.75-90; several hundred head mostly choice Non. 1 nnd 2 190-220 Ibs 17.00 to ship-, pera and butchers; 24-270 Ibs' lli2.-)-fi5; 270-300 Ibs 16.0035: 150' 170 Ibs 15.25-10.75; .120-140 Ibn tnostty 12.50-14.75; sows 400 Ibs down 4.7.5-15.50; mostly 15.00 up; heavier sows 12.75-H.50; boar:; lO.OO-M.OO* Cattle .0,000, calves, 1.500; virtually nothing (lone on steers; small interests taking limiten number of heifers and mixed ynarlinss about steady; cows dull; bulls weak to 50 lower; utility and commercial larfidy 15.50-1H.OO; cutter bulls 13.00-15.00; vealers tin- i-hanKi.'d; (?ood to prime 28.00-36.00; individual bead to 38.00; utility and commercial vealers 10.00-25.00; culls 12.00-14.00. Sheep 2,500; few sales ihoiic and prime woolskins steady toj shippers and butchers at 21.5022.50; little done early to big. packers; slaughter ewes steady; rull to jjor.d ewes 4.00-5.50. Mcx Pointer to Communist Meet MEXICO CITY i/H —Mural paint or Diego Rivera. Mexico's in-and out Communist, said today he i v/oiild Icavo shortly for the Com : munist "peace conference" which opens D."c. 12 in Vienna. i He will go via Havana since he is not permitted to enter the, I United States. j Rivera, more successful as 0 I painter than as a Communist—he | has been expelled from the party ! but his application for re-admission is pending—said he would go from Vienna to Prague for another "peace" meeting in the Czech capital. Two Questioned in Shooting HKLKNA iff) — Helena police are holding two unientified persons for questioning in the shotting yesterday of Bishop Bland Mell- wiiud. Negro theater operator here. Deputy Sheriff Frank Lawhorn s;iid Mellwood was shot to death in front of a Helena cafe. He said no reason for the shooting had been found. NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK (ffi — Cotton futures were steady today in quiet trad most Temperature Is Unusually Hot LITTLE ROCK Iffl — The 74 de feree temperature registered here , .yesterday was the sc-cond hottest J Doc. B in Arkansas' history, the State Court Ruling Upheld by U. S, Court WASHINGTON (fi — The Uni' States Supreme Court has upheld the Arkansas Supreme Court truck-ownering drivers must c^b- tain Arkansas permits as Ctirttr "' carriers before traveling Arkan highways. The 5-4 ruling was delivered yi terday by'Justice Black. It applied to some drivers of MI' Lloyd A. FVy Rooting Co., of phis. The company contended' the drivers were exeinpt frorn''tl state permit requirement beciuse they engaged in interstate <Jorh- The Tennessee Company iap- oealed to the highest tribunal w>her the Arkansas Supreme Court Upheld the Arkansas Public Service Commission in the case. . | The PSC contended that the drivers were not really Fry employes but owned their own trucks and wore actually contract carriers.^' The company maintained that it was hauling its own products In own trucks and as a private carrier was not required to have a license.. The trucks and their drivers were leased to Fry through a third party. ' > The litigation began after PSC enforcement officers arrested sol? eral Fry drivers in 1949 and Calendar !i bale were pared and application of a $293,000 loan by the Central Arkansas Co-operative of Hot Springs and Clark Counties. the market encountered profit taking ."Mid hedging. Late afternoon prices were 5 to r >5 cents a bale higher than the previous; close. Dec. 34.09, March 34.80 and May 35.21. Tuesday, December $ \VSCS Circle No. 5 of the First) Methodist Church will meet Tues-i day, December 9, nt 7:30 p.m. nt the; home of Mrs. Claude Tillery with Mrs. Jnnies McLarty, Jr., as Ao-hostess. This Is the annual Christ rhns party and all members are SOCIETY / Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. *SAENGER TODAY! The Inside Story of BOXING! ANN RICHARDS ANNE GWYNNE WILLIAM BISHOP 'Breakdown' 1950. —r U. S. Weather Bureau said. The Bureau said the same sprfllg like temperature was previously recorded Dec. 8, 1923. • The last milk stripped from a cow at milking time is the hich- est. . . * PIRl RAQKB IN PHIl.l)>l>INB MANILA W *• A ifonrlng ai hou*' fire today burned out a livVg Icotbn of Butukn City on Mtndni no ulnnd.'lt left about 2,000 homo l««a und cttu««d dttmago unottlc ully tithnhted «t »T50,000, Senators'^' Continued from Pag* Ono with Elsonho^or In the If lag ronm and tnlkinR about way i So end tho,. ironn »talemat« wltKout cnusing u major W»r. Thouuh Ilujtcrty wa* uncommunicative, thera wt-ro IndlcitlonH thnt Elucnhower WBI bluuprlnttng some of tho mci>aftcs and Spoochos on foroiijn affairs hn will give follosv- Ina ftt* Jun, M Inauguration. The talks with the cabinet mem- born wcro kept In a hvuh-hush cut- ejory by Elsenhower for two Important reasons. 1. Elsenhower doe» not want to isiuo any slotementi on public policy until he becomes president, nt which time ho Will bo able to back what h« suyg with «ctlon. 8. Thla Ik juit.A preliminary to another phase of tho "cctntcrence which will «t«rt when tho Helena re&chc* Poarl Harbor at 4 a.m. K8T TxirsHny. . •' The Score- REMOTE CONTROL VALVE SYSTEMS nro nn important development in the safety and efficiency of natural K aa pipeline operation. At ono of Texas Eastern's compressor itatioiw, an operator shows-how he can close mala valves throughout the station simply by pulling the handle of a small control valve. At each Texas Eastern compressor station, main valves can be operated by remote control from a central point. th*Vlc« If you dcpenaw the wrtfc of product* to- ft Uving, wto thU ftdvwttilng »wt: REMOTE CONTROL VALVES USED TO PROTECT THE FLOW OF NATURAL GAS THROUGH HEMPSTEAD COUNTY ttAHT VAIVCS tux» closed by nanote control in just a few minutes. Before tlveee installations, two nwn sometimes labored for as long as 30 minutes to close ono valve. to 1 tyvtr oOur widU« tbnM « much uin r**» Why? Simply bec«u«e »dverti»«r« Itoow from off •rtiylMx in town who 9*0 paulhiy buy. V9tt h»v« * vote* in the product yw §5U,,.«oin^|fc oo ^e It's 6m with tiw Newly-installed remote control valves protect Texas Eastern's customers against interruptions in the vital flow of natural gas to homes and industry. To protect consumers from curtailments of natural gas delivery, a system for remote control of valves has been installed at each Texas Eastern compressor station. By simply turning a lever, a man can open and close valves larger than himself to divert gas through secondary lines without interruption of gas flow. The giant valves, powered by the new remote control system, operate with split-second timing. Before the introduction of automatic valve systems, closing a single pipeline valve sometimes required the work of two men for a period of thirty minutes or more. Now, one man can operate' as many as six valves in five minutes. In addition, sensitive automatic relief valves keep pressures in the pipelines within the safety range determined by engineers. These advances in both safety and efficiency in pipline operation are part of Texas Eastern's continuing program to keep its na$* ural gas transmission system one of the most progressive and depend* able in the nation. ,, tJ»y wfofua«i the flow of ivatural g«a. TIXAS IASTIBN T«*M|mi»flO^•.'•J**"f fl ?* »"^* Little Rascals" Comedy SCREENLINER WED. & THURS.! LINDA DARNELL asked to bring their Wanda Staley offering and a gift not to exceed 75 cents for exchange. Wednesday, Decombftr 10 The regular monthly meeting of the executive committee of Brookwood PTA will be held Wednesday morning, December 10, at 10 o'clock at the school. All members nre urged to attend. There will not be n PTA meeting on this day be- cnuse of Father's Night which will be held December 17. day, December 10, at 12 noon, with Mrs. Finley Ward, Mrs. Roy Allison, and Mrs. A. L. Searcy as hostesses. The program chairman, atory. A social hour will follow. Thursday, December 11 The VFW Post and Auxiliary will have their annual Christmas party and potiuck supper for members, their husbands or wives nnd guests Thursday, December 11, nt 7 o'clock. Knch member is nskert to bring one item of conned food for the needy family basket. Paisley Brownie Troop wilt have tnpir Christmas party at the Lit- T. Lawrence as ln»^»lt•^^t•^. i lie p(i»£;i"Jii i. iitiii IIIMII, --..,*........, ,.... .., „• »..,.. u .. Mrs. J. J. ftattle of Fulton, will | le HoUR(% nfter school Thursday, December 11. Mothers nre invited to attend. The Hope Business n'nd PrbtosS- ional Women'.?. Club will hold its annual Christmas guest speaker. The DeAnn Lilac Garden Club will meet December 10 in the home of Mrs. Jesse Samuel at 7 o'clock. John Cain Chapter DAR will have their regular meeting and luncheon at Hotel Barlow Wednes- Will I plenso the Paisley meet with party meeting at Barlow Hotel, Thursday, Do— I comber 11, at 7 p.m. All mem- room mothers bers are urged to attend nnd to the chairman, Mrs. G. C. Cromer at the school Wednesday afternoon, December 10, at 2:30. RIALTO * LAST DAY 0 GREATEST .SPECTACLES EVER; JOE McDOAKS Comedy BUGS BUNNY Cartoon "Pest Control" » WED. & THURS. • • LUCILLE BALL • GEORGE BRENT "LUCY GOES WILD" The Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church will have a Christmas dinner Wednesday, December 10, at 6 o'clock at the Barlow Hotel. Garland School PTA will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the school auditorium. There will be a Christmas party by the' school children. The executive coin mittce will meet at 2:15. bring a gift for the tree. Oglesby PTA will have "Father's Night" December 11 nt 7:30 nt O«- lesby School. Friday, December 1<1 The Nnndina Garden Club will have their annual Christmas party Friday ni^ht, December [ 19, nt 7:30 nt the home of Mrs. Thomas B. Fenwick, Jr., 217 East 14th St. Mrs, James McLai'ty sang a mpd ley of Christmas carols ncco/npnn- led by Mrs. OeorRo Murphy. Mrt George Uobison gave a Christmas story "The Little Stnr thnt Lost His Way." Tho devotional was Riven by Mrs. C. D, Lester usln« Luke 2. Mrs. L. B. Tooley, president, presided over the business session. Mrs. ,111 mos McLarty announced thnt the next session of tho study course will be held Wednesday, December 10, nt 1:80 nt the church, lieports were given by the circle chairmen. Meeting wns closed with the benediction, Tn the circle count circle I, Mrs. n. L. Broach, chairman, liad the highest number present. Junior, Senior Ladles Auxiliary to Have Meeting The Junior and Senior Ladies Auxiliary of Garrelt Memorial Bnplist Church will have a Joint nt (be church Wednesday HiRhl. December 10. The following pri'Kram will be tiiven: Title: The Wonderful Snvlor | Introduction of profirum: Mrs L.vlo Allen Hymn: Coiifirefjallon. Devotional: Wonderful In Ills Birth — Mrs. Wado Warren Hvinn: Joy to tin- World — con- The Vest Appears to Be Lost to the American Male Despite Fact That Many Want Them By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (/TV- Mnny n stub- snd. born mnlo sighs for tho return of the fnilhful vest. Rut ycnrniuft Isn't Rolnfi to brlnu biM-k the vest anymore, thnn It will restore the dodo bird or revive vnudcville. This is on the word of Spencer Wiity, vice president of one of the Mrs. Henry Foiuvlck and Mrs. Paul 8 I-t 'K;>tioi» Intermediate and Senior Girls who arc Curtain Angels in the Christmas Pageant at tho Methodist chruch are requested to meet Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock for rehearsal and Little Ang»ls will meet at 4:30. Thursday, December 11 The executive board of the Hope Junior-Senior High School PTA will meet Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Junior High School auditorium. The Hope Junior-Senior High School PTA will meet at 3:30 on Thursday afternoon in the Junior High School auditorium. Mrs. L. B. Tooley will tell a Christmas Bain will \iv co-hostesses. Gifts will bo exchanged Miss Bobbye Faye Burke to Wed Herbert H. Willis Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Burke of Hope announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Bobbye Faye, to Herbert H. Willis, son of Mr. mid Mrs. Ray Willis also of Hope. The wedding will be »m event of December 20 Miss Burke is a 1952 graduate of Hope High School. Mr. Willis graduated from Dlevins Hl«h School and has recently been discharged from the U. S. Army. Woman's Society of Christian Service Meets 1'iii-t 1: Sweetest Story Kver Told -. Verla Allen and Mrs. Tod Purtlc Pan U: Wonderful in His Love Mary Willis Duel: Why Should He Love Me So Ksthcr McLain and Mrs. Lloyd McClelland. Part 111: Wonderful In His Intercession -.. Mrs. Clifton Booth Solo: The Holy City—Dana Lou Cunningham Pan IV: Wonderful In His Ro- turns - Mrs. otho Roberts Closing Hymn: Blest He the Tio that Binds — Congregation Coming and Going Mrs. Kester Holmes nncl daticb tor, Oobrn Ann, left today for Mrs. J. M. Harbin presented the I Seattle, Washington, where they Christmas program when the Wo-'will sail aboard the Brananof foi man's Society of Christian Serv-1 Fairbanks, Alaska, and join Set • n „ .««*n* i »-v . _ I . * r * ice met Monday, December ft. ' Holm cs iii residence there. nntion's largest clothing manufuc turlnn firms, "The vest Is finished," he snld cheerfully. "H Is very hard to get n ve<!t today except contrasting or (nltrrsnll vests, "Suits now lire prices for two pieces — Ihe cont and pants. If the vest reappeared It would cause toriible repercussions, I doubt if Hie public would pay an exlrn Irt per cont just to get n vest." Witty suld the ordinary man was happy to get rid of vests and thnt inly sentimentalists and "older, conservative business men" still want them. When t asked him for examples, he said: "Well, John Foster Dulles does wear u vest and Dean Achcsor doesn't " Taking n squint nt current tush ion trends for the vestless male Witty also predicted Ihe decline nnd fall of the double-bn"iisled suit. "It's poison now," he suld. "Fnli men still cling to tho double- breasted suit in the fond belief it helps hide their bny window and makes them appear slimmer. "1'ure Illusion," snld Witty ruthlessly. "They might as well face the fuels — the double-brenstixl suit has hnd Its day nnd its now on the w.iy out." Somehow I begnn to feel n bit Hospital Notes Branch > Admitted: Mrs. II. D. Johnston, St. Jo. Ark., Discharged: Mrs. H. D. Johnston St. Jo, Ark. Tho vest breasted suit the double could nny IhliiR else depart from n man's wardrobe nnd still leave him With inythlng except a loin cloth? Well, yes." ly. "The bold snld Witty heart! look nnd the nit turnl look nro now definitely out, ns far ns the better-dressed man is concerned." The bold look? The natural look? I looked stnriled. I thought only women's clothes had n, look". "Indeed, no." snld Willy. "Men's ;ults hnd n bold look during the \v«y days — wider shoulders, spread collar. Then right after the wnr we hnd tbe natural look. . . unjpadded fitting," Well, It seems \h* • ft made'a fellow-look loo anybody to beflfeve tt - \ and the natural look rondo >;| shoulder*' look *o harrow pressed 1ft8 Vrtfe. ~ ' "The .present loofc-ta a tfij promise between the, t$o," Witty, "hid It's ft teal benet. the average man. h l« loM pn<L ? . than the old look nnd mote 'tig tcrlng and nthlctlo in f thah the natural look." * M'3 Another nice pjfoi&ect fs ,..„.,..., thire h no inimodiate dnhgcf *• 6< i ^ men's suit* vying with peacock* or the rainbow. . : ,„ "Colors aro going to be tsmwifffr',^? alive," Witty summed up. _.,;._". , nels will be very big, srtd tile gWh, M plfrtd Is vbry importartt — fa H<s Quite a revival there." "Well, in that ettso," 1 hopefully, "maybe the vest "No vest," sa|d Witty with finality. The THRILL of receiving FLOWERS Is Only Equalled By the Thrill of Giving Flowers ... YOUR GIFTS OF FLOWEfcS WILL MAKE The Merriest Faces .. . . 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