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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 12, 1940, High Point, North Carolina The High Point Enterprise in led Mont Tinl in infantry Mon Rulilo i. No ill u Unin of. I v.v.%v.,aw.%w.,.�,.vv�/.wav�v.,. »w.,/.v.,.w�,>% social and club activities Deline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m. W .w.,.v.v.,.v.%v.v.v.,.v.v.,.,.v,%%%v.w.,.w.v. I any attend attractive open House at 3w Adams memorial y. W. C. A building n Spito of the inclement weath last evening approximately 300 the membership and friends of Young women a Christian Otia Tion. Attended the attract open House held at the Adams club girls who were misses Mary Louise Gibson Marie Heath Nellie Mae Rutledge Ruth Crock or Lucille Cranford. Hulda Whitely Catherine Hoover Nota idol Hallie Samuels and mrs. Anne mortal building on North main Lockridge get in which the Organiza ii has la gently established head inters and for which the event k the form of a a House a in pm in he spacious building was arts i 11 y arranged with a profusion Cut Flowers and dotted plants a had the appearance of a huge wer Gard i with potted tulips Ilea primroses and Fern us d every available Nook while k carnations Blue Delphinium Low Jasmine Pussy Willow lox and other Spring Flowers re combined in other places Oug Hout the rooms and Daffo i predominated in the Floral oration. The Tea table was serially Lovely with its cloth of work and lace and Central arsement of Calla lilies which s flanked by tall yellow tapers Silver holders. As the guests arrived they were it fat a by i and i. I red k lip shiver the latter chairman the membership committee of y. A. C. A., which sponsors i use monthly membership events by were directed to the re Seiv line in which stood or. And s. Carter Dalton the latter y. C. A. President who received h or j ii Adams i and s. Nathan a Ayers and or. And s. Allen h. Watkins of Sedge a id widow of the late or Adam Quot Bis daughters with their strands who donated the build in Bis memory. Other a in the Al Virg line were Mesa Leslie Inson general Secretary mrs. So a. Thomas vice president s. H a. White Board member i one of i he Roundel s of he or i ration Here. I Alice Caid la. Secretary and miss Susannah ornate girl Reserve Secretary j Jessing into the Hoard of Dii pcs room guests were received or. And mrs. R. T. Amos who opted the gifts presented for i in adding furnishings to the Way acquired building or. And s. H. Albion Millis directed to dining room w Here an ice irs was served by a number of miss Lucite Johnston stood at the exit of the dining room and directed the guests to mrs. H. I. Cofield who directed them upstairs where they were met by mrs. Glenn Ward. Or. Harry Alexander then invited them to visit the girl reserves room where they were received by miss Helen Stroupe president of the Sophomore club and then to the Industrial club rooms where they were greeted by misses Catherine Howard and Edna Yow members of these clubs mrs. Thornton Glover then invited the visitors into the room reserved for the Junior service leagues meetings wednesday where they were received by mrs. James w. Poole while or. And mrs. Horace Haworth directed them to or. And mrs. C. F. Tomlinson who invited guests into the three rooms of the business girls club and Here they were met by misses Lucille Browne. Gladys Ellington Helen Deans Hazel Wright and Lillian Weisner. Then directing the guests Back to the lower floor was mrs. W. B. Thomas and inspection of the office of the general Secretary miss Johnston followed with mrs. Kennel h Redman receiving Here. Mrs. Henry Foscue then directed to the Library where the guests registered miss Ollie Brown presiding Over the Register. Goodbyes were said to mrs. W. C. Idol and mrs. R. S. Lafferty who received in the Sun room. A delightful program of instrumental music wag rendered throughout the hours of calling j from seven thirty until ten by j mrs. Walter Rester miss Mae Kirkman miss Caroline Dalton. Miss Sarah Lacy Tomlinson and mrs. Charles w. Mcanally. In addition to mrs. Fred general chairman others responsible for the open j House plans were mesdames j. H. I Mccall and r h. Sechrest refreshments and mesdames Franklin Welch. Cam Cridlebaugh r. T. Amos and Edgar Snider decorations. Social Calenda tuesday 6 30 p. In. A the Althusa club will hold its initial dinner and business meeting at the Sheraton hotel. 7 30 p. High Point chapter number 106. Order of the Eastern Star will hold an important business meeting at the masonic Temple. 7 30 p. nation wide banquet of the business girls club of the y. W. C. A. Will be held at the Adams memorial y. W. C. A. Building in cooperation with other clubs in the country. Mrs. Mary Shank Dean of Greensboro College will be the speaker. 7 30 p. In. A the ladies auxiliary of railway express unit will meet at the local express office for a business meeting. In i Sis kiss to a. Good will Garden club meets with mrs. I. S. Ingram. 820 Circle drive. Mrs. Ray Nibbelink will speak on a wild Flowers to a. In. A the Burbank Garden a Lull will meet with miss Mary m in Yin on Mont Lleti Avenue. The hostess will be in charge of the program. I p. In the twentieth Century study club will have a luncheon meeting with mrs. Henry Koonts. Near Guilford College. I p. . Phil Warner will entertain the Beta i club at a luncheon meeting at the Emerywood country club. 3.30 p american Homes department of the woman club will meet with mrs. C. H. Bass at her Home on Lindsay Street. Miss Frances Mendenhall will give another program in the series on a homemaking a a 8 p. In. A the High Point graduate nurse club will meet at the Home of mrs. Edgar Johnson 1104 Blain Avell be. Scalding hut shop ii us Polej Queen of Duke beauties miss Jane Ches boil second year student in woman s College Duke University who has been named Beauty Queen of the 1940 Chanticleer student yearbook. She was chosen by John Powers head of the new York Model Agency from a group of Twenty one students nominated in a Campus wide poll. She is the daughter of or and mrs. T. T. of Durham and is the first Durham student to be named Beauty Queen at Hie Durham institution. She is a member of Kappa Delta National academic sorority and was candidate for the title of baby Beauty Queen last rear. When politics crops up in conversations it dwells mostly on whether he will run again or not and if so what the chances Are of getting him out of the White House or of keeping him in there. Sifting into the conversations Are such facts As. Not since the civil War have there been two democratic presidents consecutively in office never has one president from new York state been succeeded by another president from the same state and not since the administrations of Andrew Jackson and Martin Buren have the democrats Lieut the presidency for More than eight consecutive years. Some of the Many gubernatorial candidates might he mentioned also. But there is no Point in spending All of our time speculating on these problems when we can talk about something we Are sure of. St. Patrick a Day dinner for instance we know that St. Patrick a Day will come on next sunday and it will be a lot of fun planning a dinner in keeping with the Day. Just for conveniences Sake its a Nice idea to get everything at one store and every item on the following menu can be purchased at the big Bear Market. First will come Green pea soup garnished with whipped Cream and served with Premium crackers then comes Crown roast of Iamb tiny new potato balls spinach and Crisp Cucumber slices and Green Pepper rings on lettuce for dessert there will be either fruit Mold with Macaroon Cream or ice Cream which big Bear does not carry with Fig newtons or chocolate wafers with Peppermint frosting and finally Coffee. The Peppermint frosting is very easy to make with sugar milk and butter delicately Flavoured with Peppermint extract Aud tinted a Pale Green with vegetable colouring. Kaster bunnies easter in t easter unless there Are some rabbits around and if you Are minus them you ran get All kinds at Eckerdt a drug company. There Are All sizes of chocolate bunnies there As Well As chocolate chickens eggs and ducks. There Are lots of Donald ducks carrying a Load of Whitman a easter eggs and Candy and then for those children who Are not supposed to eat Candy there Are All kinds and sizes of Plush bunnies. One is a Cowboy and another drinks water while a third just looks at you. A unique easter package for the ladies is a Box containing three Pink Blue and yellow eggs which hold three doors of do orsay perfume they Are tour ours it die be Dandy and Trophie. The eggs Are exactly the size of real eggs that we Dye for our easter egg Hunts. Thomasville guest feted at dinner mrs. Wilson hostess Shower Given for miss Evans mrs. Wall hostess of Shower honouring mrs. J. E. Oakley Orth Silver Tea series will be id on wednesday he fourth in a relies of Silver being sponsored by the Par teacher association of John a a reel St hoi. Win ii it i Orrow afternoon from s to 5 lock at the Home of mrs i. A. Udle 606 Bridges Street. Mrs. C. Brewer will he associate St Ess the Public is invited in a a end of p it a a v<1� Nill git to lie s. Bool lunch fund Mino club will local t his it this evening the regular meeting of the Mino club will he held tonight 7 45 at the borne of or. Carl son on Barbee Street. Andy a Vic use Oroline White Petroleum Jelly jars 5< Ano 104 in d to Oaks of Nlle of Comfort try chiche8ters pills for functional periodic pain and discomfort Lou Sily Civ Ulick Reu up. Ask your Drui Sist for hic Hesters pills Tim Diamond a Brand in business Over v so Viarsla dam shop. A i Baptist women leave for Emu meet Wilmington a Large delegation of Baptist women left Here morning for Wilmington where they will attend the state conference of the woman s missionary Union convention in that City this week the opening session will be held this evening at the first Baptist Church and the conference will Convene through thursday. Official delegates Are mrs. Roy a Tiller of Green Street Church and mesdames h. A Knight and Grover h. Jones of the first Baptist Church. Mrs. Knight is president of the City wide m. M. U. Here and also holds the office of assistant superintendent of the Greensboro District while mrs. Jones is stewardship chairman of the District. Others attending include mrs a m Terry of the first Church mesdames c. \ Stout g. M. Room to t. Robibns a. J. Hugh am. A. N. Royal and Lowell of the Green Street Church mesdames j. B. Ellis. Hilliard memo Andrews and Kivett f e. Caudle South Mcneill and j. A. North Park Church. Phi re a v i p. social arts club will have a luncheon meeting at the Home of mrs c. B. Baiter a 06 Centennial Avenue. 3 30 p. In. The Tea and topics club will meet with j. I. Humphreys at her Home 8 21 West College drive. Friday i p. Priscilla club will be entertained by mrs. J. F. Hajden at its regular meeting. Special to the Enterprise Thomasville. March 12 a honouring their House guest miss Kitty Williamson of Richmond. For and mrs. George Finch entertained with an attractive dinner party St their Home on colonial drive is a Hight Light of the week end social events. Covers were Laid for ten and the table featured a Lovely arrangement of Jonquil. A four course meal was served to miss Williamson. Rev. And mrs. Lee f. Tuttle. Or. And mrs. Oak Finch. Or and mrs j. J. Glenn Pennington. J Walter Lambeth and the Host and hostess. Miss Pauline Mcintyre Frank Mcculloch were last evening at the latter on Brentwood Sud mrs. Hostesses Home of the Avenue Hon College alumni hold regular meeting at Cabin rial t. P. West end Side r. I. Jones from net bags protect your clothes at the Sunshine Good will Garden club changes meeting place with mrs. I. S. Ingram the meeting of the Good will Garden club scheduled to be held at the Home of mrs. Percy White tomorrow to Ruig has been chanted due to illness in that Home and will be held instead at the Home of mrs. I. 8. Ingram j 829 Circle drive at the name time. Members Are asked to note the i change in place of meeting mrs. Ray Nibbelink will present the program using As her topic Quot wild Rad weather rut the attendant at the regular meeting of the local chapter of the High Point College alumni last night hut faculty members and members numbering 15 the dampness to gather St the i Post office employ yes Cabin at the appointed hour. 7 30. Chief Rem of business was the discussion of the providing of an executive Secretary to handle alumni correspondence keep membership files in order and look after other alumni business. Or. Cd r Hinshaw of the College faculty spoke briefly on the practicality of such an arrangement. Coach Virgil Yow introduced Jim Mccachren of Charlotte who was recently added to the College coaching staff. Coffee and buns were later served to those present. High school p to. A. To be organized members of the Deuce of a inns it a it e guests of mrs. Broadus Wii a son at an enjoyable meeting on j Friday afternoon at her Home. I guests Weie served refreshments i on arrival and later found their i places at the two Bridge tables arranged in the live Groom mrs. John Crowell was Winner of cosmetic kit As High score prize i when cards Werp Laid aside and to mrs Ralph Wilson and mrs. J Frank Murr. Both guest for the j afternoon the hostess presented in towels making up the tables were chapter mesdames John Crowell Ralph braved Wilson Frank Murr Ned Gibbs. Z i. Long. R. L. Mcdonald miss Ruth Martin and the Hoat Oring miss Wilma Lee Evans whose marriage to Robert Franklin Sawyers will be an event of i this week on arrival the Bride elect was presented with a Corsage of Pink and Orchid Sweet peas. Games and contests Wert featured. With prizes going to the honoree and to miss Mary Lassiter. The Bride elect was presented with a Miguel i Laneous Shower of gifts before the group was invited into the dining i room where a two tiered cake topped by miniature Bride Aud Groom was flanked by tall tapers. After she had Cut the Rake it was served with Dainty in is. Those present in addition to the honoree were mesdames a thur Smoak and Howard Russell misses Margaret Mcintyre. Helen Lee Emma Winslow Alice pea a Tross. Mary Brown. Mary Lassiter Frances Parrish. Lucille and mar i Ilia Howell Meyers. Robert Frank Jan Sawyers Frank Mcculloch. Ray Talley Jesse and James Low e i John Brown and Harold Tuttle about people is. Family finish the smell laundry service available Flat work. He la. Hearing apparel inc la. Minimum bundle 91.00 what to Tell your daughter if your daughter in entering womanhood and you notice ahem a getting Raa Leaa nervous and Moody if ahem a bothered by cramps headache embarrassing faulting spells due to female functional irregularities Quot by a Means have her try Lydia i. Pink am a vegetable compound. Pinkham s compound is one of the most effect Ivy tonics made to help women who Are weak rundown or nervous from functional cause. Give this Media Ina time proven for Over so years by thousands of grateful women a Chance to help your daughter go smiling thru a difficult Days. Beneficial for Yew too. Mother. Try to . .w.v.v. .vw eyes examined .vwv. .v.w. Glasses fitted or. Nat Walker ail Kui i Atte Viton to Mildren phone 2962 office Ber nig ret ttys drug a a our All parents of students in the local High school Are urged to attend a meeting being held at the senior High school auditorium this evening at 7 30 of clock when j a High school Parent teacher As j Socia Tion will be organized. A recent membership drive was held and Many names Given in hut All High school students parents Are invited to attend whether listed or not it was stated this morning. The election of officers will take place the slate being presented by mrs. A h. Williard chairman of the nominating committee. Another feature will be the resell i at iou of the comedy a i Ove in blooms a by the dramatic club of the High school under the direction of miss Ruth Goodman. Have nation wide banquet tonight three business girls clubs of the local y. W. C. A. The Jolly yes the Livey ers. And the business and professional girls will join other business girls Over the country tonight in an annual Celebration when they hold their nation wide banquet at the Adams memorial a beginning at 7 30 miss Helen Deans president of the last named dub. Will preside. Special music will be by misses Hazel Wright Hulda Aud Mary Whitely and guest speaker for the evening will he mrs. Mary Shank Dean at Greensboro College. Special guests will include mrs Carter Dalton. Y w a. A president members of the business girls Council representatives of women s civic clubs in the Cliv and honorary members of the various clubs. Or and mrs. G. A. Rader of fort Meade md., were guests of or. And mrs. Ray Hoover sunday night. They were in route to Atlanta where or. Rader a brother of mrs. Hoover will he stationed for several months. My Mary Alice Hoover a student at St. Mary a school Raleigh. Arrived during the weekend to spend the Spring holidays with her parents. Or. And mrs. I. Marshall Hoover on East main Street. She expect to be Here through this week mrs w. A. Vanstory. Or spent several Days Here last week with her sister mrs. George Finch. W to accompanied her Home and a returned the latter part of the week. Miss Kitty Williamson has returned to her Home in Richmond. A. After spending the week end with or. And mrs. George o colonial drive. Rebecca Pollock Small daughter of or. Aud mrs. Sim Pollock is spending this week in sexing ton with her grandparents. Or. Aud mrs. T s. Fanes. Nits r j. Jennings. Mrs c. J m Howell or. J o. Poole and mrs. J a. Neilson left tuesday for Wilmington to attend the w. M it. Meeting of the Baptist Church. Mrs a. H. Whitley of 4 i 0 Edge Dale drive was removed this morn ing to the Guilford general hos Spital for special observation. Mrs. Whitley has been ill at her Home for the past eight Days and is not allowed to have visitors. Friends of major and mrs. Bruce Craven of Trinity will re-1 Gret to learn that their son. Hoax ton Craven remains critically 111 i in Jacksonville fla., where he a been ill for several weeks. He is a patient at a Jacksonville Hosp Tai where he suffered a relapse after having influenza and pneumonia friends of j. W. Edwards will i regret to learn that he is under go ii a treatment at the Guilford general Hospital. Churchi Socia the Home of mrs. Lee f. Tuttle was the scene of the March meeting of the Janie Tuttle missionary society when mesdames 8 i Pollock. R. E. Watkins and Wade Tillotson were associate hostesses with mrs Tuttle. Mrs. Ralph Alson As president presided and mrs Pollock gave the Devotion after which Rev Lee f. Tuttle spoke briefly and an i nun cod the pre easter set beginning wednesday night and continuing through easter. Dung the business session mrs. Ralph Wilson was elected Delegate to the w. M. Conference in Salisbury april 16-18. With mrs. Paul Green As alternate. Org fit Womack was welcomed a a 1 new member and several visitors were present. A Sweet course a served by the hostess during the social hour. Turnip Green dinner at Wesley memorial Chi sch tomorrow is the Date set for the turnip Green dinner of the worn Finch an a auxiliary of Wesley memorial Church and tills annual event will take place in the Church basement at noon. Hours for serving will be from 11 30 to 1 30 and the usual tempting menu featuring turnip Green and hog jowl will be served by members of the auxiliary. 4f Stephens Bible class will meet wednesday the Stephen Bible study Cia will meet with or. J. M. Stewart 210 Hest Street wednesday afternoon at three of clock. Or. George t. Stephens will be guest speaker and will choose her own subject. Members Are asked to be Iii attendance it was stated today n. >1 Ain Fidelis 4 Lahn w ill meet the Fidelis Cia of the North main Street Church will hold its vices regular monthly meeting with the general meeting of the woman s missionary society of the first Baptist Church met monday afternoon at the Church. Or. C. M. How Ell presided and the devotional a presented by mrs j l Perryman who used a her subject the program on a foreign missions was by or. C. I. Black Grid mesdames m. L. To mrs. Irene Clodfelter at her Home on Cable Street this evening at 7 30 o clock member Are asked to meet at the Home of or. K. L. Shipwash on Lexington Avenue at 7 15 of clock and go in a body to the place of meeting emm a Bex in . X. To hear or. Hartley Edgar Hartley Secretary of the local y. M. \ a will be the i in Copal speaker at the meeting of the Emma Blair Parent teacher association being held at the school this evening at 7 30 and an additional feature of the program will be a play Given by mrs. Clayton Glasgow s second Grade pupils. A Silver offering will be taken this fund going to the school fret lunch fund. Aid anti Ruby a. L. Berrier i w it h i Ayr. Boa assisted. Mrs. Closed the Moet us or. M. H Wall entertained a j number of friends with a a Viscel a Laneous allowed honouring her daughter mrs James e. Oakley who before her marriage was miss Dorothy Wall thursday night. Game were featured and later refreshment were served to 26 guests who presented the honoree with attractive gift. Is women of Moose practice posture drills tonight \ practice for the posture drills and contest by which member of the women of the Moose expect i to improve the appearance of their ritual work will he held tonight at Chari a dance studio j it was announced today. I mrs. Walter York will be in charge of the practice tonight. The drills Are sponsored by the ritual committee of which miss glads Richardson i chairman. Jewish women s study group meets tomorrow the study group of the High Point Council of jewish women will meet wednesday at 8 30 in the evening at the Home of mrs. Phillip Silver on Parkway. To w. Cecil of High Point route two. Is a patient at the Burrus memorial Hospital where he underwent an operation thi morning i condition is regarded a sat Isfalt tory at this time. R. H. Hilliard of route four. Who underwent an operation at the Burnt memorial Hospital yesterday is reported doing As Well As could be expected but is not yet Able to have visitor. A a a my More turkeys Raleigh. March 12 Imp c. F. Parrish n. C. State College exp tension poultry Nan predicted to. Flay that Turkey production would increase in the state this year. I mrs. Broadhurst unable to address Garden club due to illness mrs. Edgar Broadhurst of Greensboro will be unable to address the Burbank Garden club at ifs regular meeting tomorrow morning As scheduled according to an announcement made this morning by mrs. J. A. Marsh president. Miss Mary Munyan will he in charge at this time and will present the program. J the meeting is Bein held at i the Home of miss Munyan on Mon lieu Avenue at look clock a tomorrow morning. A. E. Tate reported slightly improved a. E Tate who has been seriously ill at i Home 716 West Broad Street was reported in a slightly improved condition this morning he is not having visitor a yet however. See Cynthia Ellen slate born Dere yesterday or. And mrs. J. E slate of 1105 Greenway drive announce the birth of a daughter Cynthia Ellen on March la. At the Guilford general Hospital. Night cough your child s coughing at night a caused by Throat Quot tickle or irritation Mouth breathing or a cold can often be prevented by rubbing the Throat and Chest with plenty of Vicks rub at bedtime. Vap rub s Swift poultice and vapor action loosens phlegm relieves irritation clears air passages tends to Stop Mouth breathing and invites Healing restful sleep. Try it. O Brien Ray vows solemnized in Asheboro ceremony Asheboro March 12.�? special a a marriage of unusual Beauty and interest occurred at the Asheboro Baptist Church saturday afternoon at 5 of clock when miss Margaret of Brian was mar ried to Robert Marsh Ray or. Of Oxford. The ceremony was performed by Rev. L. R. Of Brian father of the Bride. Wedding music prior to the ceremony was furnished by Laurence sours and miss Virginia Lambert with mrs. Ralph Humble As accompanist. Ushers for the wedding were Jerry Harris of Raleigh t. G. Stem of Oxford Dan Paul of Raleigh Dave Thorpe of Fries va., Erskine Clement of Henderson and brine Cameron of Wilmington. Miss Jacqueline Ray of Oxford. Sister of the Groom and miss Jean Morton of Roxboro were brides maids wearing Lovely bouffant gowns of Blue organza with Pink ribbons and Flowers. Mrs. L. R. Of Brian jr., Dame of Honor wore a dress of similar fashion in Pink As did Little dons j Lucas Flower girl. The Bride a Beautiful Blond j was very Lovely in her wedding j gown fashioned of White Satin. Princess style with Waist length illusion veil. White orchids and i Iii ies of the Valley and Gardenias formed tile bridal bouquet. The i Bride was Given in marriage by her brother or. L. R. Of Brian or. The Church was decorated in beautifully simple fashion with Palms. Ivy and White lilies. The Bride is the Only laughter of Rev. L. R. O Brian pastor of the Asheboro Baptist Church Abd or. Of Brian. She is a graduate of Meredith College and did medical work at Wake Fores College. Site is talented in music and quite a popular member of Asheboro social set. Or. Ray is from Oxford where he is a Junior member of the Ray lumber company. Lie is a graduate of the University of North Carolina where he was member of the Zeta Psi fraternity. They will make their Home in Oxford after a wedding trip girls Pentagon club with mrs. Bill Foister the girls Pentagon club will he entertained at it weekly meeting this evening by mrs. Rill Foister of her Home in the Madison apartments the hour for the meeting will he 7 30, is usual. We Ger Ali h. We Dpi by in in n at Hospital or. And mrs. J. H. Wadsley of Winston Salem announce the birth of son. Gerald Henry on sunday March 10, at the Guilford general Hospital. Mrs. Wadsley will he remembered Bere As miss Olivia Amo of High Point. Vap rub pull the trigger on Lazy bowels and also pepsin ize stomach when constipation bring on acid indigestion bloating dizzy spells Gas. Coated Tongue sour taste and bad breath your stomach is probably loaded up with certain in digest cd food and your bowels done to move. So you need both pepsin to help break up fast that Rich undigested food m your stomach. And Laxa tic Senna to pull the trigger on those Lazy bowels. So a sure your laxative also con Tam pepsin. Take or. Caldwell a laxative because its syrup pepsin helps you gain that laxative Senna moves your bowels. Tests prove the Power of pepsin to dissolve those lumps of undigested protein food which May linger in your stomach to cause belching Gas i so acidity and nausea. This is hot a a pepsin Ling your stomach helps relieve it of such distress. At the same time this Medicine Wake up Lazy nerves and Muscles in your bowels to relieve your constipation. Sauce How much better you feel by taking tire laxative that also puts pepsin to work on that stomach discomfort too. Even finicky children love to taste this pleasant family laxative. Buy or. Caldwell laxatives Senna with syrup pc amp a at your druggist today i gee Ann there goes the championship i simply Don t dare play feel Tho difference modes Isnit a layer Type Napkin. It has a fluff filler gentle As a inf so soft modes Moulds to the body comfortably. Thanks to this filler a and thanks to a a moisture zoning a modes mean extra Comfort for you new Miracle Modess with Quot moisture zoning

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