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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 1, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page sixth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry nigh Point North Carolina wednesday february 1.1031 social and club activities local Parent teacher Council holds important meeting at Elm St school one no. <1568 Madeline Hoover editor even tables of Ridge in play t ladies party a in tables of contract it in play at the Bridge party for ladies Bevy Wood country dub a which was Lisp Bridge weekly of the Mem held at the club afternoon and i o. A. Kirkman Mas Winner the prize when cards were id aside. Hostesses for this party which is hold in the ladies lounge i Meade int Eccles but Chart id George Robb and refresh its were served during the Ter noon. Making up the tables were Madame Roy we born John h vis Fred Mckibben of at a. Ga., John a. Russell iter Dalton h. D. Jobe h \ us Frank Hunsucker m. E. Aes. D. T. Hunnewell r. I. Ii g Ley Glenn g Perry it a Eloff. Hugh smart. E. T. Howie. B. Gamble Hobart Bry a d. Tillson c. S. Beaver. E. Moses Paul w. Casey de ride shall o. A. Kirkman w Mitchell l. R Stewart John a Bels. George Robb and Eccles Erhart. I Wood Alexander adding invitations la lived in City Reading As Fol is have Bern received Here in Raleigh and will be of infest it a. And mrs. Hubert Benbury Yvo mar 1 j 1 fix Hgt n or of or presence at the marriage their daughter. Shirley Bento or. Thomas Willis Auxier jr., saturday the eight Ith of february at eight of a Christ Church Raleigh Irth r n Lima enclosed cards read recep immediately following the a a Quot to it v. P., 634 North Blount i1 i Las Haywood was a school a a m Ion at Sweetbriar College Lee Briar va., and visited miss Ili Naon Here where she has a Liber of friends. A a a nerf m. Hodges jr., in in Burlington or and mrs. Rob it m Hodges Burlington announce the birth la son. Robert my jr., on sat Lav january 2k. At the Ala trs. Hodges will be ret number As the former miss Elisabeth Welborne of High Point. Sale our annual 88c Sale Cotton Wash frocks he Sale you have been ratting for. Not just Ordinary Cotton Wash frocks jut styles and Wash fabrics Tou will be proud to Wear on Street or feel a a dressed up Quot in at Home during to it no no months. A wide Range of styles and latest Spring Blades in ail the new Spring Tat terns. All sizes 14 to 44. E Are quite sure you will rant two or three or even half a dozen of these. Katra big Valies tomorrow at Only 88 c Offitt s 17 North main Street social Calendar wednesday 6 30 High Point business and professional women s club will hold its dinner meeting at the Elk Ood hotel dining room when the employers of the members will he special guests. Friday 3 p the Priscilla club will he entertained by mrs. R. S. Lafferty at her Home 209 Louise Avenue. 3 30 . O. Muffin will he hostess at the biweekly meeting of the Philo Mathern club at her Home on Lindsay Street. 3 30 Junior service league will present another in the series of the Junior programs inc., which will feature sue b. Hastings Marionette show at the senior High school in the play a sin bad the 3 30 alumnae of Meredith College will meet with mrs. F. M. Autry at her Home 1114 Cedrow Avenue when founders Day will be observed. The program will feature a broadcast arranged by the College on station Wplf Raleigh in Observance of founders Day. Church social arg Dale it of. E. Society meets tomorrow evening the woman a missionary society of the Archdale m. E. Church will meet with mrs. R. Ward at her Home Here thursday evening. February 2. At 7 15 of clock. Mrs. W. T. Powell of High Point District Secretary will be the speaker for the afternoon. Members Are asked to be present for this meeting and visitors will be welcomed. A w \ he Street i Tri to meets Thi in sexy night Circle number two of the Ward Street m. E. Church will meet tomorrow evening at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. Bryce Reid on English Street. Mrs. Lloyd Taylor will be guest speaker at this time. A a Lottie Holden Bible Glass meet thursday the Lottie Holden Bible class will meet with mrs. B. Bundy at her Home on Newton Street thursday afternoon at three of clock. This will be the regular meeting of this group. Office hours 9 a m. T012 am business girls hear plans for interstate meeting at the weekly dinner meeting of the business and professional girls club held last evening at the local y. A. A a., the program featured a report of plans for the interstate conference of clubs Given by miss Leslie Johnson. Ann Wood talented Young daughter of or. And mrs. H. E. Wood gave a humorous Reading entitled a Sis Hopkins a dressed in colourful costume concluding the Reading with the song a a in a the Bell of Hopkins to which she gave dramatic interpretation. Miss Johnson who represented the club at the interstate Council meeting held in Charlotte recently when plans were made for the conference of business and professional girls clubs gave the late of this meeting As february 18-19 at Greensboro. The program theme will be a Par Ameri Anisim a and will feature discussions one economics Aud democracy in the South As Well a Well As group discussions. Miss Lillian Sharpie of new York City National Secretary for business and professional girls clubs. Will be present at that meeting. Twenty five members were j present for the dinner meeting last evening Over which miss Gladys Ellington president presided and miss Jewell Welch was in charge of the program. The High Point Parent teacher Council met in the Library a Elm Street school tuesday afternoon with a representative group in attendance. The president mrs. Floyd Wilson called the meeting to order followed by the devotional led by mrs. R. S. Lafferty. During the business session mrs. J. S. Forward urged All local associations to terminate their membership drives and Send the results in to her. Mrs. Blake Thompson called attention to the fact that this is the year for the Check up of the by Laws by mrs. J. F. Spruill of Lexington revision chairman. Goals for Standard associations were outlined by mrs. E. R. Gary. Publicity chairman mrs. Geddie Strickland reminded the members that february i is National social Hygiene Day and begins the third year of the nations intensive War on syphilis. She quoted from or. Thomas parian surgeon general of the Public health service a it Isnit having syphilis that is dangerous but having it and not treating it or not knowing that you have it. Most people have sense enough to want syphilis treatment if they know they Are infected and by making the blood test a part of every Complete physical examination most cases can be discovered. Moreover she said treatment quickly tenders the patient in conclusion she urged local groups to hold Dis Cussion meetings with doctors As speakers on this subject. Mrs. Wilson appointed mrs. R. H. Sechrest. Mrs. S. S. Coe and mrs. Strickland to serve As the nominating committee and bring in the slate of officers for the coming year. Mrs. H. Dalton legislative chairman was in charge of the evenings program and gave a summary of the report and recommendations of the governors commission on education recently released listing the items in order of Public interest expressed in the various matters. She discussed briefly the eighteen Points listed plat ing emphasis on teacher retirement and the addition of a twelfth year of schooling both of which the commission considers immediate needs. Others which Drew interest in the discussion were health and physical education transportation of school children and consolidation of schools. After the lengthy discussion the Council voted to endorse this report and recommendations of the commission which is headed by Julian Miller editor of the Charlotte observer and has As Secretary Guy Phillips of Greensboro and voted to place stress on teacher retirement. Letters stating this endorsement were ordered sent to local representatives in Congress. Gerald Allen honoured Ai Asheboro party on Twenty first birthday special to the Enterprise Asheboro feb. I a or. And mrs. N. Allen Robbins of Asheboro route two entertained a number of their relatives and friends sunday. January 29th. Celebrating their birthdays of mrs. Robbins and eldest son Gerald Allen. The Center of the dinner table was decorated with a White three tiered birthday take banked with evergreens and bearing 21 candles this number representing Gerald s age on either Side of the cake were lighted candles in Silver holders which furnished an effective setting for i the table which was Laened with Many Good things to oat. After the dinner music was furnished by the Snyder duet grandchildren of mrs. Robbins. My. Snyder was at the piano. A radio program dedicated to the birthday Honoreen was also enjoyed. Those enjoying the hospitality of the Robbins Home were or. And mrs. J. M. Cameron or. And mrs m. A. Davis or. And mrs. E. E. Hough or. And mrs. J. M. Robbins or. And mrs. W. F. Redding or. And mrs. Paul f. Smith of Greensboro route or. And mrs. D. In Snyder of Fuller Mill Section misses do la Gates Ruth Kearns. Fannie. Euleta. Mabel Martha and Cleta Robbins revs David Allen Aud Joyce Snyder and Anna Pearl Albertson All of Trinity route one g. T. Curtis Walter Hunt �?T, Gilbert and Sherman Kearns Gerald jr., and Bryce Robbins and Howard Bunting of Asheboro route two or. And mrs. Dexter Hough and children Virginia Houston and Bernard of Asheboro. Charles i Cromer born at Hospital or. And mrs. N. Cromer announce the birth of a son Charles Lemuel on january 27 at the Guilford general Hospital. Doke Welborne appendectomy at general Hospital his condition i the present time. Underwent an the Guilford this morning satisfactory at w. Frazier of 1112 East Russell Street who recently underwent an operation at the Burma memorial Hospital is recovering satisfactorily his friends will be glad to learn. 0 0 0 Dallas Kennedy of English treet is doing a Well As could be expected after a major operation which he underwent on sunday at the Guilford general Hospital. A a a Carl Misenheimer of 306 rus sell Street is recovering satisfactorily at the Buri us memorial Hospital where he underwent a recent operation. Will Frazier. Of the same address is also a patient at this Hospital following a recent operation and is improving satisfactorily. Mrs. C t. Cochrane Young mothers form recent Bride feted Friendly club Here mrs. C t. Cochrane a recent Bride was entertained at an informal gathering of the Helen Clark missionary Circle of which he is a member monday evening at the Home of her Mother mrs. J. H. Mcintyre. The members tame in a group and called upon the Bride unannounced. Presenting her with a Shower of miscellaneous gifts. A messenger boy arrived following the arrival of the guests and presented her with the Basket filled with attractive and useful gifts from the guests. Or. John Tucker Circle chairman led the group in games and contests and prizes were awarded to mesdames Elizabeth Johnson. Lucille Mccullock and Hazel Cochrane refreshments in keeping with the Valentine season were served to the fifteen members present. A a a household arts meeting with mrs. V. D. Sale or. The household arts club will be entertained by mrs. V. D. Sale. Sr., at her Home 203 Thurston Street tomorrow afternoon at 2 30 of clock according to an announcement made this morning. Ray Durham feted a broken match at the in it improving at Morial Hospital. Or. And mrs. Ferree move to new Home who recently suf am in a boxing Den Cal y. M. A. The Barr it me for head colds relieve the discomfort put 2 drops Enetro nose drops in each nostril a the astringent like action of the Ephedrine and essential oils relieves the congestion permits Freer nasal breathing. Soothing Cooling Quick acting. Feel Relief with every breath you take. Enetro drops Kiser Thomas is h patient at at the Murrus memorial Hospital where he underwent an operation last monday. He is recuperating nicely at this time. Or. And mrs. Tyson Ferree have moved into their new Resie at Sii Ottery drive from their former Home 303 Ottery where they have been residing since their marriage. Women of Moose to meet this evening miss Dorothy Bell was removed to her Home on Oakwood court this morning from the Burrus memorial Hospital where she has been a patient since last Friday for treatment. Her condition la j daughter much improved at this time. The women of the Moose will hold its regular meeting this evening at 7 3ti at the Hall and members Are asked to make a special Effort to be in attendance it was stated this morning. Mrs. Levi Bowers who has been seriously Iii at the Burrus memorial Hospital has been removed to the Home of her sister mrs. E. B. Jarrett at Archdale. A a j Fred Andrews of 1009 rotary drive is a patient at the Guilford general Hospital inhere he under went an operation on sunday morning. His condition is regarded As satisfactory at this time his friends will he glad to learn. 0 0 0 miss Dorothy Rockwell is improving at the Home of her parents. Or and mrs. Hubert j. Rockwell 1208 Greenway drive. She has been ill with a slight Case of pneumonia since last saturday a a a mrs. H. D buyer and family left this morning for port Richmond. Va., where they were called on account of the death of mrs. Guyera a father Martin Banak. In a s. Mary Adams was removed to the Guilford general Hospital this morning from the Homo of her daughter mrs. J. O. Gold where she has been seriously ill. Bettyjo Harris has birthday party Bettyjo Harris daughter of or. Aud mrs. Hoyt Harris was hostess saturday afternoon at her Home on Grimes Street when she celebrated her loth birthday. Games and contests wore enjoyed during the afternoon prizes being awarded the contest winners. Favors were balloons and Valentine candies. Delicious refreshment in keeping with the Valentine season were served. Why Wash at Home when Damp Wash is so cheap lbs. Shirts up Mui in Moxa a a i 4vc each additional Pound additional phone 3393 laundry he. Ii joint Only soft water laundry is born to Nir. And mks. Lov Klages or. Aud mrs. James b. Lovelace announce the birth of a daughter Jerry White Lovelace on sunday january 29, at their Home. 625 colonial drive. Both or. Lovelace and baby were reported As resting nicely. Many attend rites for mrs. Andrews services conducted at Vireen Street Baptist Church funeral services for mrs. Della a Andrews. 57, widow of David t. Andrews we Ell known and highly respected woman who died at a local Hospital Early monday morning were conducted tuesday afternoon at 2 of clock from the Green Street Baptist Church of which she had Long been a member. The casket was placed in the Churchi at i o clock where it Lay in state to be viewed by friends until the hour of the service. The services were in charge of the pastor Rev. N. Royal. A Large concourse of friends and relatives were present for the last rites. During the services a quartet composed of Argle Wood Carl Cronstedt miss Ethel Samuels and mrs. De Morgan Sang a Lead kindly Light and Quot the old rugged cross.1 Argle Wood Sang As a Solo. A Sunrise they were accompanied at the piano by miss Ruth Daves. The Many Beautiful Flowers were carried by members of the t. E. L. Class of the Green Street sunday school. The services at the grave were in charge of Washington Council no. 4 daughters of America. Pallbearers were . Culler j. Cross j. W. Martin w. W. J Snider. S. M. Pope and Marvin Howell. Interment was made in the family plot in Oakwood cemetery. Is Uve Vohs meeting Raleigh feb. In of a surveyors from All parts of North Carolina now attending a Short course at n. State College Are expected to organize a state society at their concluding session this alter noon. Registered at Market the Friendly club was organized yesterday afternoon at the Home of mrs. A. R. Johnson on route 2 by a group of Young mothers. The first meeting was opened by mrs. W. Baker leading devotional a poem a in gratitude a was read by mrs. Anna Boles and prayer followed. Mrs. A. R. Johnson was elected president mrs. W. L. Shook vice president and mrs. W. Baker editor. The joining of new members was discussed and dues were paid. Refreshments were then served and the meeting adjourned. Those present at the first meeting were mrs. W. L. Shook and daughter Tonya Ann mrs. Anna Boles and daughter Louise mrs. A. R. Johnson and daughter Linda mrs. Dalton Ore and son Jimmie and mrs. W. Baiter. Flashes of life by associated press Marksman Philadelphia a Man with a bottle of liquor in his hand sped Down a Street pursued by patrolman John Lynch. Lynch fired a shot into the air. The runner dropped his bottle and it smashed on the Pavc i ment. He stopped abruptly. A gosh a he said a Lynch approached a if id known you could shoot so straight i would t have Stow a a v new lisbon., weather drove Buda of a different Feather together Here. Mrs. George Ruskirk saw a Robin Flay away from a Fence near her farm Home and head for the Chicken House in a Stift wind. Later she went out to gather eggs. Ender the Wing of a nesting Hen she found the Robin huddled. Mrs. W. Covington. W. Covington Iii and w. Covington jr., Winston Salem w. J. Anderson and h. H. Delapp. High Point w. J. Mcghee Durham w. H. Channel Portsmouth. A. Mrs. Fred Voncan non West end f. Crews. Winston Salem a. W. Blanchard Dunn Annie b. Benbow Greensboro or. And mrs. Hoke Jones Newton or. And mrs. B. F. Harris and mrs. L. Jonee Monroe l. M Morrison and d. B. Spivey Raleigh Mildred Crank and mrs. H. Crank Durham h. L. Linker Greensboro s. E. Jones Cheraw s. Or. And mrs. T. Cd Massey Waynesville f. D. Marshall and mrs. Marshall Hock Hill s. W. A. Norris and p. Beachum jr., Greenville s. Cd or. And mrs. A. I. Mclean and j. W. Atkinson Southern Pines. J. W. Johnston Statesville cd o. Mccormack and . J. Miller Ridgeland s. Dias. Craver and j. R. Craver Lexington or. And mrs. Quinn Burlington mrs. Alonzo Summers and p. J. White Reidsville Daniel Rosenberg. New York. N. Y. Or. And mrs. F. T. Cowherd and mrs. L. Overstreet Greensboro Jerome Samet and Lester Samet mount airy or. And mrs. L. Shrum. Gastonia Paul Darden Siler City d. J. Sprott Concord Joe Sprott Smithfield Geo. W. Grady Wilson mrs. Pauline Olive Smithfield g. S. Tucker. Raleigh a. H. Dyke and z. B. Dyke Greenville r. L. Pritchard and . S. Vehaun Asheville j. D. Corbett and h. E. Watson Kenly. Mrs. Grace Hope and w. L. Russell Waynesboro a. Mrs. . F. Patrick and or. W. D. Simpson Charlotte e. F. Elmore Burlington e. Lumpkin Oxford c. E. Carver South Hiu a. Sol. We Goodman Goldsboro r. O. Whisnant. Mitchell Clark mrs. Roy m. Clark and cd r. Coble Burlington w. A. Magee Richmond. A. Minnie Cash Eli and Colon Shaw Asheboro . E. Gallant be skin Gallant jr., mrs. F. Mccown Nora Dean Mccown and o. F. Robinson Anderson s. M. Aldridge a. Dollar and Sam Ferrell Durham j. E. Ewing. Albemarle l. W. Aldridge Durham h. E. Clay and d. . Martin Winston Salem Floyd Ellison Easley s. Roy m. Swinn Woodruff s. C., or. And mrs. Max Miller miss Pearlman and miss Zucker Charleston s. Mrs. L. E. Neese Burlington m. B. Dworsky Oxford or. And mrs. Geo. Palmer Albemarle cd f. Hunt or. And . Pierce Wilmington Earl Johnson and t. E. Reynolds Bedford a j. R. Dawkins and d. H. Ham Prosperity s. T. H. Thurston and h. V. Woodall Wilson d. M. Love and e. Mark Hendersonville la. . Sandlin Burlington or. And mrs. G. R. Summer Newberry s. J. W. Hardy and r. A. Talmadge. Or. Petersburg a. Joe paper and e. T. Reynolds Troy n. A. Zummar and mrs. B. A. Kum Inar Bristol a. B. Boice Pelzer s. B. G. Garlick and . B. Joiner Weldon r. M. Whitmire Elberton a. Mrs. R. L. Hester Winston Salem Otis Moore. Mount airy mrs. B. Snyder Winston Salem Harry Stone Hickory e. E. Alexander f. E. Ramsey and b. E. Rimmer Statesville f. J. Austin and h. R. Greene Candor h. Woltz Williamsburg. A or. And mrs. H. L. Crotts Winston Salem l. T. Nance c. D. Vestal and j. B. Ward jr., Asheboro Hulton Davies and David Scronce Charlotte c. W. Manning. Selma t. Edwards and m. L. Johnson Caroleen r. H. Allred and r. J. Carter Raleigh j. Stein Norfolk a. A. Weddle West Asheville Fred Jones Gastonia g. E. Shaffer Winston Salem Frank Burke and j. J. Mullin Pittston a. T. M. Johnson. Durham j. A. Kimbrell and . Kleckley Charlotte w. Thomas and g. F. Grady Durham . R. Hucks and h. Mcinvaill Conway s. A. J. Legum Norfolk a. In e. Ward jr., Charlotte c. F. Meroney. Jr., Mocksville Daniel Fivel Norfolk a. Roscoe Baker and by Smith Kinston j. J. Prause Lincolnton or. And mrs. M. M. Mcintyre Mebane j. By Carrigan and i. E. Al ledge North Wilkesboro s. M. Poy. Boh Cheshire Henry c. Odum and it. . Scholar Gastonia by by Satterfield Norfolk. A l. Cd Hoggs j. Cd Scott and Ora Scott. Hillsboro cd m. Raby and a. Young. Winston Salem mrs. Z. J. Thompson and mrs. R. Thompson. Mooresville we e. France and e. W. Hastings Marlon. A. S. L. Petree. Winston Salem. Four persons burned to death in Cleveland Cleveland. Fob. up a fire of undetermined origin swept through the second floor of a Frame Rooming House on Cleveland a West Side today burning four persons to death and injuring two others seriously. The dead were mrs. Biz Azhath Smith 23-year-old spa seamstress her two sons Date 2. And Everett. 5 and an unidentified youth about 17 years of age. Taken to a Hospital with second degree Burns were Benjamin h. Brand. Is spa worker and Stephen Toth. 32. Raise Mork to tit o Raleigh. Feb. up a Eastern North Carolina Farmers generally Are planning to increase their tobacco acreage this year Lloyd t. Weeks assistant tobacco specialist at n. State College said today. A Over the whole Eastern Belt a he commented a excessive amounts of Plant bed area Are being seeded and new barns Are in the process of construction. However the number of new barns is not Matching the increased Plant bed had to climb stairs in Gehin to offices today new York. Feb. api a hundreds of workers in the Midtown garment District arrived in their offices a Little Short of breath this morning due to a strike of elevator operators and other building service employee James j. Bambrick president of the building service employ International Union said about 4,000 employees were out. Many of the affected building Are 20 stories or More High. Bambrick said 500 buildings in the garment District would he involved. B our pickets were assigned to each building. Negotiations Between the Union and the Midtown and the Penn zone realty associations which represent about 300 buildings broke off last night. There Are approximately 250.000 persons employed by tenants of the struck buildings. Conservation District Lexington fell. A o. M. Hendrix farm agent said today Davidson county farm owners had voted in favor of the establishment of the Middle Yadkin soil conservation District which would embrace Cabarrus Davie Davidson and Rowan counties. New under Arm Cream deodorant safely stops perspiration legion Center Winston a a Lem feb. I a a an american legion com mite will discus the construction of a legion Center Here tomorrow. 1. Doe not rot dresses a Doe not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can he used right Atter shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for i to h Days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure White greasers stainless vanishing Cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the approval Seal of the american Institute of laundering for being harmless to fab is. Ten million Jar. Of arrid have been sold. Try a Jar today arrid 39f a 11 More which Mil toil gents him. I. I or and 59r Jar Christian science Heckt Ety High Point v. Announces a free lecture on Christian science by John Randall Dunn c. S. B of Boston mass. Member of the Board of lectureship of the Mother Church the first Church of Christ scientist in Boston Massachusetts in senior High school auditorium sunday afternoon february 5, at 8 of lock the Public is cordially invited to attend headache a Relief Stanback Speed will amate you j Alto great far neuralgia and Simitar inorganic paint. In use 27 years. Million. Of Stan backs used yearly it Stanback fatter try it and see snap sack with Stanback Quot lot a of let pm come Tulsa okla. A Henry Armstrong stuff w. R. Amiott of Miami okla., wants to enter buddy Kelly in the 157, 160, 175-Pound and heavyweight classes in the North East Oklahoma Golden gloves tournament. His fighting name it Flash. He weight 141 pounds will fight anyone Nuder 200 pounds. Is he Amiott wrote. Golden gloves officials were impressed hut limited Blash to his own weight division. Man eater los Angeles a g. Harold Janeway has three stitches in his wrist to prove he was bitten by a Man eating shark in a hotel lobby. The 25-foot fish was a Skeleton on exhibition Janeway stuck his hand into its Mouth. The jaw snapped shut Aud seven rows of Sharp Teeth did their work. Charged with murder Nashville b be. it pm mrs. Lillie Morgan widow of the slain sharecropper Henry a. Morgan was expected to he tried late today on a charge of killing her mate. A 16-year-old Foster ton Jack. Is serving 25 years in prison in connection with the death. Irks in ors Confer Goldsboro. Feb. I a a physicians representing nine counties in this Section. 125 or More of them Are expected Here tomorrow for a pathological conference with or. Baldwin Luke of the University of Pennsylvania As guest speaker. Close out prices slashed to the Bottom a saving that will be remembered a Long time As we do not carry Over merchandise from one season to another and to do this we have marked our prices below Cost of a Quick sellout. Starting thursday morning. No Lay always. No exchanges. Starting thursday morning All fall hats in store going at value to $2.95 42 sport and dress Coats grouped into one Price value to $24.95 going at i it men love it Arn girls with str if you Are Peppy and full of fun men win invite you to dances and parties. But if you Are Crow. Listless and tired men won t be interested. Men Don t like Quot quiet girl. When they go to parties they want Girts along who Are full of Pep. So in Case you need a Good Genera system tonic remember for 3 generations one woman has told another How to go a smiling thru Quot with Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable compound. It help build up More physical resistance and thus aids in giving you More b p and lessens distress from female fan Conal disorders. _ you a find Pinkham a compound Well Worth trying All fall messes in the store value to $12.95 going at Rosaine next to Kress 139 South main St. T

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