El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1913 Page: 7 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY AUGUST 4 1113.
Gossip of Society
fBy Grace Virginia Logan
Whw'i em ohm to tnr
Whan the gold Is In her hair
ti II necklace she lovaa.
When her throat I ICm a dnva'iT
Dom the wish for sapph traa toe
a.he whoac syee are aapphlra bine?
What ar gems tha; catch the light.
Whan her akin la paarly white"
Take tha diamond Bad tha r 1
he needs tham not thla gem of girls;
Katarday Might flah Dane.
Though many members and the
uaual crowd who intend tha Haturday
night danc at tha Country club are
out of town among thoae present
war noticed Mr. and Mia. Waters
Davis Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coles Mr.
and Mrs. Vanca Stewart Mr. and Mrs
W. B. Race Major and Charles N.
Barney. Mr. and Mr. J. F. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Colea. Mr. and Mrs
J. A. Happar Lieutenant and Mrs. Ol-
ney Place Captain and Mrs. Charles
O. Harvey Mr. and Mrs W. W. Tur-
ney Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Purges Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Wlngo. Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Oalnea Mesdames Josephine
Nations Morflt. Ulnnie Wolr.it J. II.
Hussell; the Misses Anne Lee Oalnea.
Henrietta Buckler Walker McClebsn.
Marlon Young Frances Mnyfleld
Kleanor Eubank. Johnson. Alice King
Margaret Bryan Louise Llndley. Vir-
ginia Stewart Jane Llndaey. Luclle
Daniel Orace Wlngo. Sarah Small
Wllma Rlllott. Katla Btoker. Carrie
Hacc; Messrs. K. L. Tinker Bob f tol -Hday
Cox Aives Ballard Coldwell
Alan Oramblln Talbot Hill Hawkins.
Seullle Mason Pollard. Jim Curtis.
Brltton Davis Harris Ted Dsvls.
Dawther Wood. Warren Small. Polk
Captain J. F. Barnes Lieutenants Q.
N. Finch. Carl M. Deakln. M. Knight
J. K. Brown.
Methodist Home Guards Met.
The Home Guards of the First M. R
church held a pleasant meeting on
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. A. A Jones In Orandvlaw. Part
of the time was spent working on the
quilt which when finished will be
presented to the Rose Houchen set.
tlement borne. At the election of of-
ficers for the coming year Ruth Hy.
ten was elee'ed president; vice presl-
dent Orace Nold; secretary. Myrtle
Nold; treasurer. Marlon Rolman; mite
liox secretary Florence Hyten.
At the last meeting Mrs. H. L.
Murid was elected secretary of the or-
ganization to aucceed Miss Florence
At the conclusion of the business a
picnic supper was enjoyed on the
lawn. Those present were the Misses
Myrtle and Orace Nold Marlon Rol-
man. Huth and Florence Hyten. Kllsa.
beth Yale. Thelma Butler Florence
Karnes and Mrs. Herman O. Porter
and little daughter.
Rev. M. Hanson on Vacation.
There will be no further services at
the First Congregational church untl
the first of September as the pus or.
RV. Miles Hanson Is tnklng a vaca.
' "ii aa tha guest of Judge Hawkins
i flung nut In the White mountains
of New Mexico. The Signday school
however v. Ill continue Its regular
nice tngs under the charge of the
Sunday school workers.
The engagement was announced re-
cently of Mlas Lucy Gilbert to Llau.
tenant E. M. Welles medical corps
O. S. A at Honolulu. Hawaii alba)
OUbert will be pleasantly remembered
by many El Pasoans as she spent a
year with her sister and brother-ln-iaw
Lieutenant and Mrs. Robert M.
Cheney at Fort Bliss.
Mrs. T. M. Jones Hosteaa.
Mrs. T. M. Jones entertained the
section of the aid society of the Cal-vsry-Houston
Baptist church. of
which she Is is the chairman on Sat-
urday afternoon at her home. Busi-
ness waa attended to after which a
nodal hour waa enjoyed and i-ufreeh-ments
llsnnlng Aid Society Nortel.
The aid society of the First Con-
gregational church Is planning to glva
a social the latter part of the mnth.
just preceding the opening of the
regular church meetings on Septem-
Monthly Meeting of Phllathrae.
The Junior Phtlathea c-ae of Cal-vsry-Houston
Baptist church will hold
Its regular monthly masting tonight at
o'ciork at the home of Mlas Annie
Lewis f Si Tremont street.
settlement Board Today.
The advisory board of tha Rosa
Houchen settlement home of Ihe
First M E. church will meet this- aft-
ernoon at S o'clock at the T. M. C. A
and a full attendance la requeated.
Will Entertain Friday.
Mrs. Edwin Miller will entertain on
A tn. .......
. Z The Best Food Makes the
gj) The famous old Plllsbury Flour haa played an Important part
Mjj tn the American household for nearly 60 year until now It
3ga s universally rscognlsad aa tha beat flour made. Wa ara ex-
3 elusive agents for Plllsbury'a Beat and Invite you to glva It a trial.
24 lb. Sacks $1.00
m Mauer's Valley Cantaloupes. 5 and 10 cents.
5 RKD C I' K HANTS SATSUMA 1'I.I MS
SWEET VALLEY PEAKS PEACHES
ib Send Us Your Mail Orders.
5 WATSON'S GROCERY
otii i -eta-am hut
Plain anri b-i krd (.Ingham.
The model shown above may be
made up attractively In many ma-
terials. If a simple morning frock Is
desired a plain blue gingham may be
used with bordering bands of figured
or checked gingham In the same shade.
The Mouse la gathered Into a shallow
shoulder yoke and opens in Irregular
line over a fulled vest of white net.
The elbow sleeves are slashed In simi-
lar style displaying a dainty ruff of
white net. The skirt has three
flounces each finished on the lower
edge hy a narrow band of the figured
material. A dainty girdle and sash
ends of Dresden ribbon In shades of
blue adds s further "Summer" tauch to
this dainty frock.
PICO PL F. TALK KD ABO IT.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dudley will re-
turn today from Europe where they
have spent the Inst six months trav-
elling on the continent.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Caldwell arrived
Saturday evening from their homa In
Tyler Texas on a visit to their niece
Mrs. W. I. Watson and family.
Mr. and Mrs Jack Bradford went
up to Cloudcroft Sunday morning to
spend a week.
Mlas Esther Figuira ha gone to
Cloudcroft to remain for a week's
Miss Mary Alice Jones and Mlas
Hattle Mae lorets were among thoae
going to Cloudcroft ' on Saturday
morning for a short visit.
Mlas Rose Ooodmsn. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. 1. Goodman haa re-
turned from the East where she re-
cently graduated from the Philadel-
phia conaervatory of music with hon-
or. As a gift to his daughter Mr.
Goodman presented her with a $1000
piano for a graduation present.
Mrs. Benjamin S. Ca'lln returned
the last of the week from a visit of
several months In the East which in-
cluded stopping at New York. Phila-
delphia Toronto Omaha and the
Eastern coaat resorta.
Mrs. W. T. Robinson and daugh'ers
left Saturday evening over the Texas
and Pacific railroad for tha Thousand
Islands and expect to ba absent for
Miss Lois Bonney will return this
week from San Diego. Cal. whera
ahe has enjoyed a two weeks' vaca-
tion. Mrs. Lillian B. Johnson 1S07 Bnule
vard. Is leaving today for New York
sad Atlantic City to be absent
era I weeks.
The Intelligent Doine.ill.-.
"Haa the toilet soap coma?
quired Mr Jimpson.
"Yaa'm" replied the new maid. "I
put it on your dresser?"
'Was It sented?'
"Norn It wasnt sen'sd. I went to
tha drug atura myself and hrung It."
After Aug 1. Alhamhra Dairy Depot lo-
cated 1117 K Missouri Phons 7 Adv
LITTLE BEAUTY CHATS
By MI.AKt nt RetACOH
Thay ara not at all eipanatvr and
goodness how uaeful.
Just for the fun of It I am golag te
enumerate a faw af the usea of the
pumlre-Btnne Jest tn aee how many I
an think of off-hand.
Most of aa ar aware nf how Invalu-
able It la for removing Mains from the
fingers To do this. wt both your
hands and th pumin-stona thorough
ly and rub beatly untl' th stain has
rr taking' nff tha little black Una
thet romea on the edges nf our nails
It Is equally useful Cee It as a file
If you ar afflicted with that annoy-
ing acoarag of hundreds of tiny black-
hads th link that gather In th
crease of your rhln or nnae uaa the
pumti e-atone Soak It In hot water
apply hot cloths to your fare then
rub the blackheads with a firm circu-
lar motion with the stone I o not do
thla hard enough to Injure the skla.
For removing corns both the hard
and soft variety and rallotia spots on
the feet try ths pumice atone Soak
both In very hot water and then rub
gently with tha atone. Ynu must b
carsfu howsvsr not to rub too hard
or not rub after you have reached the
tender. nw flesh.
There ar a good many klnda of
pumice-stones and It Is simply a mat-
ter of personal choice whlrh one te
buy. Aa long as you get It from a re-
liable firm the fine scented white
stons may answer your purposes no
better then th plain everyday roura
grey kind. Th srented Is a little pleas
anter to use however.
I have no doubt hut thst there ar
many mow uses for the pumice-stone
that I do not know or have forgotten.
EL PASOANS AT CLOUDCROFI
Directory Is Cleaning I'p the Reser-
vation Weather Cool F.nough
for Fires Every Day.
By Tis.es ftpeofal Corrr.poedesl
Cloudcroft N. M. Aug .1 The Cloud-
croft Directory Is cleaning up the
Cloudcroft Reservation. All dead trees
are being cut down. The large tree
Just south of the park whlrh waa part-
ly burned by the old lxdge fire waa
out this week and Is missed by every-
one. The old hsrn In Zenith Park has
been torn down ss well as the old
fences that surrounded It. All thla will
add to tha beauty of Cloudcroft and
will In a way help to lower the basis
rate of the town when the Fire lnsur
ance Underwriters make a re-ratlng.
The weather continues very cool. It
Is necessary to have fires every day.
Th receipts at ths Cloudcroft post-
office have taken a big Increase over
last year. On July 30th the receipts
for stsmped paper aohl and the can.
rellatlons were both about what the
entire month amounted to In 1912. This
Is a big Increase for a fourth class
The following sre the late arrivals at
the Lodge. Miss Clyde Coiemsn. Sab-
inal Tex.. Kdna Dinwiddle. Dayton
Wyoming; C. S. Ilradley and wife and
child. Oroesbeek. Tex.: Mlas Ulllan Cor.
lett. San Antonio Tex.; F. T. Beckett
Tucumcart; A. O. Jernherg Wooten. N.
M.; D. Bell Cleam R. E. Hlack Mrs. J.
R Tuttle Mrs. W 8. Tllton. El I'aso;
A. J. Oielg and wife Houston Tex.;
O. W. Clove. Hoawell. N M.; Julius
Oarst. Mrs. Usrst Emma Oarat. Claf-
tin Oarat. Webster Oarst. Worcester
Mass. ; Will Uarnnln Dallas Tex. Mrs.
Leila Palmar. Chicago.
The following are registered at the
Texas: Oeopge U Arnold. L K. Wolf.
Master Willis Kills. El Paao. John W.
Ii. Ik. Mesralero N M.. Mra. Hamilton
Ft. Worth: H. I Alison and family.
Roswt 11. N. M : C. M. Hunter. Alamo-
gordo N. M T Taylor. Douglas. Arts.;
Jeff Jarrett. Wllmiks okia . M. L. Wil-
liams Elk; Mrs. M. 1. Wenlng Mra
Lucille Ureer Murray Oreer Houston.
ss Elisabeth Stevens Is visiting In
Kl Psko this week. She will return
tu Cloutlrioft Saturday evening
Misses Loretto lirtrk and Masle Coles
are visiting Mrs. J. C Wllcos thla o lt.
Miss Dlsie Ksssett. who lias been vis-
iting Mra. J. C Wilcox returned to her
home In El Paso Thursday.
Mrs. J. D. Neely and baby anil Mlas
Madge Brick and Rernlce Rrlek will re-
turn home In El I'aso Saturday.
Mlas I. ilium Curlett of San Antonio
Tex. Is a guest at th Lodge. Miss Cor
MRS. '. C RI MSKV.
FROM WHOM OhTM
1'I AHI.S Willi; NTOI.FN
.MRS CMARLLS C RUM SLY"
lra anwnaaa nlM.liRia
Narranaanaett I'ler. latter-
Uvea searched la ovary nook and cor-
rer of this fash Ion Me soei-t reov.rt
for th gems stolen from Mrs. Charles
crey Rumsy daughter of th- lata
: H Harrtman. and from other
lealthy summer residents Mis.
I: wins lost a l.aau pearl necklace
Johu II. Ilaasu. the shoe niaBufac-
lursr. and Mra. Waiter I tea of N-.w
Ybik TU. aagiaeata loaa waa about
'kr 1 a 1
It would he Interesting
of them wouldn't it?
lett may purchase a lot snd bulk) a
summer cottage before leaving i ..no
Miss Stella Brick wil' visit Miss Ells
abeth Stevens' several days before re
turning to hr home In El Paso.
Mrs. J. Gordon Hardy recently enter
Mra. H. W. Broaddua entertained a
bridge Friday afternoon.
The dance at the pavllllon
waa well attended.
C. M. Hunter raahler of I
Stute Hank at Alsmijg-ordo I
a recent visitor to Cloudcroft
John sherry of Alarpngordo racently
vlalted here. '
A Mean Feeling
BY RUTH CAMKRON.
A young friend of mine who Is an
art student came to see me the other
day looking vary blue and depressed.
At firat she Instated that there was
"nothing the matter" but flnslly the
truth enme uut One of her dearest
friends had wou a valuable prise In an
It was a shameful reason for hsvlng
the blues wasn't It and yet a typical
one. One of the ssddest fscts In the
human character to me Is our prone-
ness to feel cast down at other people's
aucceaaes. "If envy were a fever all
the world would be 111 " aays a Dutch
Pioverli. and I'm afraid this cynical
I atatement la all ton near the truth.
Show me a man
who genuinely and
Jolcea In his
ments when these
outshine his own
In the same field
and you have
shown me one
among ten thous-
A'e may school
irselves to ex-
ess snd even to
I some pleasure
our frletifl'a all.
W Pr'or achieve.
igSjgejsasaW no me. hut pleasure
Isn the first Ill-
feeling Tha of the average
man hrlng Is usually a sick
with our envy nf other
people's successes goes an even lesa
praiseworthy f ejlng. eomplar. n -y
over other failures uad wsaknesses
On of the old Hornan philosophers
has written anno thing to tha effect that
ahnoat anyone ..uld get up uut of hed
at midnight ami rroaa the Tlbsr In a
leaky huat for the pleaaura of hearing
that someone imn h. bad always
thought -Mr. upright was a liar.
Of aettraa thai .Is an exaggeration
hut the ki-iiil ..f truth within the shell
of hyperhole la painfully large.
Now it seems to me that all this
meaiimaa and envy grows out of one
mistake. our false Idea that we must
slwsya he In competition with our M
low-men snd thst another man's vir-
tue or aurcrss inakss us less or an-
othsr man's fsilures or weaknexeea
make us bluar It is all wrong this
notion of competition. It brings In
finite uuhappltit-as Into the world. We
aren't made to constantly compete with
arh olhi-r and when we Uarn It we
will have taken a long ati p on the road
to happioeaa One'a only competitor
should )- ne'a Half i K.
ambition to gal the bst po..ui ou f
Th.re a enough happlnsss In the
world for sll of .. if w. wtu M)y H
mm ouiselv 1h uktnK
fret about whst our neighbors have
The Creator never put vast mult!
tud-a i f p-pi nU rlh .. t
Orison Hw.tt Ma dsn. "lo scramble for
a limited auppl its though ha were n .t
. i.i- to furnish enough far all Thers
is nothing In thla world that mm desire
and struggle fr snd that la good for
tkem of which there Is not eneugh for
What Th. y 'iv.l.l r
Ing and kiiltilna Karh -
Ing how much or how littl ahe s eigh-
ts at birth
One said: "Well I walghsd Just
three and a half pounds."
Th others gasped and on of them
asked And did a HveT"
Hbc ansa re! ' Thev mmv ..
Man may I
the lord muat
d windmill; but
la. the breetea
It la taster to lay out a arheme than
to laud an angel
heed Stgaggat Aak Bogall. AO Mil
TNB MOBhlMU risjr.a he teas la-
lalie a . .i. gaaavaass. as ih.aa
atht.S irlsh.aa kaeSaag mi aall -
lag See "I "". alaaiaa aaj Im
mumhm aa .r teal ead tail Ike .am-
t.r akk-h Up.iuMS sa alah aad
. laaMtwa oil I ba aaae. tna s
i. a . . th. iA.i --u..i.
Ui sawaea airaaSi saa. SattML.1 seal
aa.on.i-a aed ttesaisM.e.
keeping ST HRNRTnTTTA P OR AI'KJI.
When Bdlth Climbed off the .tree!
ear at hr eoraar with a haaket filled
with marketing in either hsnd. she waa
pleased tn sea her little maid. Jan
running down the street tn met hr.
"Mr 'tis a hurkatrr'a load you'r
bringing been." she eselslmed. aa ska
relieved her mistress of the baskets
"Mow you gt cooled nff and I will gt
your I antra she said as they r Barked
the shaded pnrrh of Rdllh's home "Hut
maybe yoa'v had It. 'tis past two
"No" said the held. Tea had noth-
ing and I am tired cross snd hungry
I dan't believe It pays to go tn msrket "
There were tears in her voire and Jane
saw she waa discouraged
It was little won
der for coming
home on the car she
had counted up her
found she bad spent
almost ss murh
money on this first
trip tn msrket aa
ahe had planned tn
spend for a full
week's supply of
after her lunch as
ahe was unpacking
her market bankets.
Mra Hart a neigh
bor came In. Shf
was a charming soul aud Interested In
the food question too.
"Let me eee what you bought." ahe
Insisted when she had heard Kdllh'a
account of her trip then I can tell you
whether you are at fault or tha mar-
She laughed when she saw ths heap
of food Kdlth had lugged home. Rad-
ishes and onions five hunches each
rabhsge. beets spinach potatoes snd
enough earh for a family of five.
"But never mind dear." she romfort-
ed "here Is a good rhsnce to learn to
take care of what ynu have and that
la as Important as to know how to
"Take out whst you need for dinner
and hsv. Jane put the beets potatoes
and cabbage In the vegetable cellar.
They will keep there as well as la
market. The green vegetables lettuce
radishes snd onions must be wrapped
separately in wet wrapping paper and
laid on the rement floor af the rellar.
They wlil keep fresh a week there
"What la this big bundle fish?"
"They were sorh little ones' murmured
Kdllh. feeling ahe must defend her lib-
"You should have bad the fish man
clean and bone them. ' said Mrs Hart
"he does not rharge for that."
"Never mind nam" spoke up Jane.
I ran fix them and after they are cook-
ed they will keep fresh on the Ice."
"If you think I have too much flah"
sslil Kdllh. "whst will you aay to this
amount of meat?"
"Wan" anaa-ered Mra Hart "three
lorterhouse steaks for two persons Is
too much hut you enn use It all " Put
It on a platter for the paper Is drsw-
Ing out the Juices and put It directly
under the Ire chamber.
"You have" Mrs. Hart continued
"enough meat for three daya. and If
you like combinations the left-over
broiled ateak will make a fourth day'a
dinner. The flah will aerve for a lun-
cheon dlah and for two breskfaata. The
vegetables will keep fresh soil last a
week. Now. that la good marketing."
"1'ou ars very comfnrtliiK' said
Kdlth. "I had Just made up my mind I
would never go lo market again "
"Tou made a few inlatakea" replied
Mrs. Hsrt as they went back tn the
cool porch. "I will tell you how to cook
what ynu have and how in market to
hatter advantage next. If yon want me
The relieved look on Kdlth'e fare
ahowrd how much ahe liked hr neigh
hor'a help. '
II t-AMO BRANCH Ol' THK IXTsW'
NATIONAL l :.SMIII3K BOCIK'I't .
(Kdlled by Mrs William J. Cot President)
Kindly Qreetlagg and
the Paaaiug ou of
"(lood Cheer.' i
nlrattoun ehould be
addrraaed . Sunshine
Department Kl I'aau
LITTLE KIN DM SSI N
You gave on the way a pleasant smile
And thought no more about It;
It cheered a life that was sad the
That mlalit have been wrecked with-
And so for the amlle and the fruitage
You'll riap a crown some time n nowhere.
No woman Is a true mother If the
cry of every suffering child does not
reach her heart like the cry of her
Weekly ltoM.rt biiiiahlne Nursery.
In the Nursery family at Z0 B
Campbell ill little ones under aewn
years were cured for during rhe past
week. 121 were In the kindergarten
IS were little toddlers and 73 of Ihe
tiny baby rlaaa.
The follow ing help beside the ra-
ular monthly subscriptions was
gratefully receive: Hot Wells
water: Watsou'a. cereals; Cut Ma
Ororerv. I pound I. utter Nations
mVet; Hharp Klllotl. macaroni Bel-
gian Bakery. 4 d..a n cooklea; Ofd4g
market meat. Purity Baking Co. 1
rake: Msgnolla Bottling Co. soda;
Lion Orrer 1 dosen eggs Cleveland
Hiuar- Urocerv 40. groceries); Ainsa
g Hon. i sack potatoes; K P. Kepley
t crates peaches. Ktuplre II. .tiling
Co. soda Peyton's market rneut;
Western Coffee Co. I pounds eoff
and lea; F ! Billings use if piano:
poodle Dog Cafe. I gallons nup
dally. Kl Paao Ire and Refrigerator
Co.. Ice dally. Consumers' Ice Co.. lee
dally. Alhaml.ra Dairy t quarts milk
dall: Kltte laundry flat work
We f.l we ran urge our friends
to aid us all posslbls to regain first
place In this contaat. Tha work done
by thi Hortety Is undenominational
ami for those in great nad of gadf
Th aeon.) IH be needed lo carry
the work through tha summer
gieathi l"iu aval help sa some lit
n if- ht taking thought. Fleas
send your sal ellpa to the matron i
the nursery or N'u t Luccrln. Apt
Thirty six little American children
w.r rem! for during th waek.
ICuipioymaat waa found fur IT
OLYMPUS I )
Hymen Tells off the
IANA swiftly turned a corner
waa strolling Jauntily along
"Oh excuse me Hy" xrtalmed Diana "1 didn't notice row."
"No you never do notice ma." replied Hymen somewhat wratb-
fully. picking up hit silk hat and smoothing down they nap.
"Don't gat peeved abont It" southed Diana- "'You'ra awfully popular
tou know with ail tha glrla. And on more or less don't count. "
"Oh. I'm ant thinking of myself so much" returned Hymen loftily
"as I am of you."
"Oh I can stand It If you can. Yon don't notice me catting low-
spirited do jrosj?"
"Yon mar think you ar enjoying life now." replied Hymen severely.
'But you'll alng a different song In a few years when all your aet are
married and you And yourself left out In the cold. I'm getting your
friends fixed up with partner pretty faat now. I really wish Dl you'S
lat me find you a husband Suppose now. instead of going Into an empty
lonaly house a nlca huaband waa waiting tor you. Wouldn't you Ilk
Diana raised her hand! In horror. "I'd have his supper tn get. and
his Bonks to darn and maybe his temper to smooth down. No excuse me."
"A husband really la a necessity " nrged Hymen. "Yon have no idea
how uaeful ona la. For on thing a husband tn the house installs sys-
tem. Everything runa like clockwork for he 'haa to hara bis meals aa
"Ugh!" protested Diana.
"He's ornamental" went on Hymen "In that respect he's lfke a
place of Una brlo-brac. Yon always have him to ahow friends when they
drop In of an evening."
"My dog doea for that."
"Ha'a a bank account."
"Oh. aa for that 1 earn all I want from the epulis of tha ehaas. I
have standing orders for fresh vcnlaon and deer aklna and antlers and
such things at my own prices."
"And he's a better sign of respectability than either a door plage or
a rubber plant."
"Excuses like that for a huaband might go down with some people
But they don't with ma. I live in exclusive apartmenta. and the Janitor
answers for my respectability. And I don't need anybody to tend the
furnace and beat ruga. It la ateam-heated and vacuum cleaned. I tell
you. Hy. you'll have to get busy and serve up some better reasons for
husbands than you're handing out at present or you'll boob be pressing
bricks for a living instead of tying (ha nuptial knot. And take It from
me my boy don't waste any more time on yours truly." And with a
friendly nod Diana took dut her latebkkey and dlanppeared Into her
women. Thirteen visitors i-alled.
With so many llitie mouths lo feed
the nursery la conatanlly In need of
substantial food supplies. When you
order groceries this week ask your
grocer to deliver a small donation
Turn About la I'nlr I'lny.
The goose had been carved and
everybody had tasted It. It wns ex-
cellent. The negro minister who waa
the guest of honor could not restrain
"list's as fin- a goose as 1 evah see
nt-mldah Williams" he sit Id to his
host'. "Whar yo' git such a fine
"Well now parson" replied the
onrver of the goose exhibiting great
dignity and reticence "when you
preaches a speahul good sermon 1
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