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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - May 1, 1932, Portsmouth, Ohio Society Heaters vol. 14�?no-6 a of Korfist Neuhs Tanilau sinus. Sports classified Portsmouth Ohio sunday May 1,1932 five gives party for mrs. Vanaurmen la maning a week of festivities for the pleasure of mrs. I. It. Y an airmen who is leaving soon for her new Home in Lorain Ohio was the dinner and Musicale at which mrs. Gilbert Monroe presided Friday evening in her Home on Grandview Avenue. The five course dinner was served at one Long table in the dining room which was attractively decorated with Spring Flowers mid lighted candles. Places were Laid for thirteen special friends of mrs. Van airmen As follows mrs. Heron Johnson mrs. Richard Tramper mrs. J. E. Hannah mrs. A. L. Mercer mrs. Harry n. Snyder. Mrs. Murray towers mrs. Brooks. Gilder mrs. Gilbert Mack Lethwaite mrs. H. E. Cook mrs. R. X. Donohoe mrs. Vie Merson and miss Karleene Johnson. Following the dinner another group of friends were invited in to ,.r a delightful Musicale arranged by miss Marjorie Gerlach. A profusion of Spring Flowers decorated the a. A Large living room and the Lovely gowns worn by the guests added to the Beauty of the occasion. The program aligned with a Ilia no Solo a a hungarian a and a rending by miss Gerlach. Helen Virginia Herdman gave two readings Quot Little orphan Anil ice and a reciprocity of Ada Frances Selling recited a reason Why and Quot her first miss Herdman and miss Seiling also gave two dialogue num Liers Quot Sunli Olinet Sally and Quot Overall Herbert Schultz played two Cornet solos a to ran Telle by Barman Aud Quot song without words by Mendelssohn. Two flute solos were Given by Stephen Kraus. Quot sir Lux by i Ted Pussy and Quot the whirlwind by Kraut. . Kraus and . Schult played two duets Quot to hear the gentle la irks by lax and Mendelssohn a Quot Spring miss Gerlach served As accompanist. A Trio composed of mrs. Virginia Wilson i Turk cello miss Adrienne Wright violin and mrs. J. M. Stock hmm. Piano played several selections and miss Bess Mick Sang n group of roues. Mrs. Murray Powers Sang two vocal numbers Quot Sylvia and Quot at the fad of the following the program an ice course was served. The hostess presented mrs. Vail airmen with a Lovely gift. Another writes of parties will lie Given for the pleasure of mrs. Van airmen this week. A in a Hoover dinner for governors is Brilliant by is n Mcnamara associated press staff writer w Ashington april 30�? around a the gleaming Crystal and Gold dinner service at the White h��8 governors of Many states assembled thursday evening. It a. One of the urgent and most Brilliant dinners the Cenzy guw1 there the governors a Washington from their annual co p, which was held at Ami mood this year. President a Quot addressed the conference on Vav reduce Day. Seating precedence was Peter in led by the order in vhf cd la hates entered the Union. Goi cram Ltd. K of Delaware whose state a first sat at mrs. Hoovers left and mrs. Ruck received the a wet eds place it the president s right on Bis other Side sat Titian haired mrs. I hot wife of the of i Vinsy Braula. Governor Pollard of Virginia Localise lie was Host governors conference sat at has. Hoover right. Fifty three guests were present. Following the dinner the men Aeed a punted the president to the second flour for Coffee and Cigar. Loiter there was music in the East room Kim to Schilling pianist and the Gordon string quartet being the artist. A a a guests of Browns president and mrs. Hoover were guests of Honor at a dinner Given tuesday night by postmaster Gen musical Tea enjoyed by Bayview club members of the Bayview Chil and a number of guests enjoyed a George Washington Tea and Musicale at the Home of mrs. Ally it f. Leichner Oil Twenty ninth Street thursday afternoon. A profusion of lilacs iian Sles Tulli and other Spring Flowers decorated the rooms where the guests were welcomed by mrs. Leichner and mrs. Carroll Vav. Bertlue. Tile program included a talk on George Washington s Mother by miss Clara Sherman pin no Solo a a the spinning wheel a by mrs. Frank Baggs two piano selections by mrs. John Stock Harn paper on Quot Martha Washington Quot by mrs. Diaries Mohl two vocal solos Quot at the end of the and Quot May Day by mrs. H. M. Dobson. At the conclusion of tile program All were invited to View mrs. Leibner s Beautiful Garden. Needlework provided diversion during the social Bour and delicious refreshment were served by mrs. Leichner and mrs. Dentine to mrs. James f. Mcmillan. Mrs. Adam Pfau mrs. Adolph Graf mrs. W. A. Pepper mrs. Theodore Shumate. Mrs. John St Nekham. Mrs. C. W. Walters. Mrs. George Clark mrs. Frank Baggs. Mrs. T. C. Evans. Mrs. George e. Kitchener mrs. Glen Dills and daughter Mary Ellen. Mrs. Ella m.,Dills, mrs. Ii. M. Dobson mrs. William Givens mrs. W. R. Palmer mrs. Lee Smith mrs. To. M. J in Ham. Mrs. Florence Lindsey mrs. Vaughn a. Tel la Ott. Mrs. Lawrence Shymp mrs. Louis Eller. Mrs. A. F. Leichner and mrs. C. W. Dentine and miss Clara Sherman. A a Many attend masonic dance it he masons and their friends enjoyed a delightful dance Friday evening in masonic Temple. Pete lamp Conn Ami his playmates furnished the music and dancing continued from 9 until Iii of clock. Those attending were . Ami mrs. R. E. Del a in ter . And mrs. W. E. Damon. . And mrs. 6. P. Emeieh . And mrs. A. It. Slasher . And mrs. K. C. Goetz . And mrs. In. C. Frowine . And mrs. Frank Chaboudy . Ami mrs. W. C. Baker. . And mrs. Charles Moreland . And mrs. Clarence Pyles . And mrs. Max Rogers. . And mrs. Henry revs re . And mrs. W. A. Stone . And mrs. W. L. Hardwick . And mrs. J. La. Frailer. . And mrs. It. Kwh mar . And mrs. Ben a. Leichner. . And mrs. It. K. Reno . . Ami mrs. J. V. Akers. . And mrs. Ii. It. Miller. . And mrs. Ii. F. Knost. . And mrs. S. C. Lawson . And mrs. Herbert of Ruxxell . And mrs. C. E. Beatty . And mrs. J. B. Mcconnell. . And mrs. J. I. Marsh and mrs. George Vogt. Misses dire cooler. Helen Bauer Judith poles Elsie Watkins Knob is a a so la of j. Norm. Went it Tho Shoreham hotel. The guests were All residents former residents of Ohio which incidentally Vas the native state of Tho la add Vnus father Jesse Hoover. A a a receives Delegate coming Hack from her springtime spin to the presidents Camp in the Blue Ridge mountains mrs. Hoover in tuesday received the delegates to the league of american pen woman a convention. The same afternoon the Delegate were guests of the polish Ai Ubassy a Quot a Filipowicz at a reception fit he pm Lyssy. The stately rooms were Decora feel with Spring Flowers riot fruit blossoms. Bowls of roses adorned the Tea and punch tables. A it to entertain Dewing dub miss Elizabeth Altsman will be hostess to members of the tuesday Kensington club tuesday afternoon at her Home on Timlin Hill. A a a Zala dub to meet thursday the in la club will meet Tours y at 2 30 p. In. At the Home of mrs. Ima Case. 1041 off Ere Street. A a a group 8 to Mee tuesday group s of the second presbyterian Church will meet tuesday St the Home id mrs. M a. Jul i in in ninth Street. Mrs. Ii. Cage will be the assisting hostess. A a a Otterbein Dan i Quot meet thursday mrs. Bernard Mcneer will be 1 a a a to members of the in Terhlen a Quot of the cited Brethren Church t Lay evening at Ber Home Twenty Send Street. Mrs. Rattly Doren will be the assisting a of a a a i Quot Dies old to tuesday Al ladies Aid society of first tartan Church will meet thew a a i % us. At the Home of mrs it e. Oven 23��1 Grandview ave am members Are unwed to at mrs. Lawrence Phi Lups mrs. Harold Frecka Margaret Helbig Ham. Helen both Lenino Boswell Katherine Wear and Marjorie Chick. Carl von Burton Harry Meadows ii. D. Mclaughlin William Bierley Marion Ross Arthur Morgan and c. A. Clausing. See West Portsmouth w. F. T. To. To meet the West Portsmouth w. C. T. U. Will meet in the Chapel of Trinity E. Church wednesday at 2 p. In. The president mrs. A. It. Dameron will have charge of the business session after which the following program will he presented scripture Reading Quot Strong drink mrs Lingle Coverston song mrs. In h. Branny talk Quot Observance and enforcement not repeal Quot Rev. Donald Timermann duet. Mrs. Ii. H. Branny and mrs. W. W. Robinson play let Quot the two babies a mrs. Rota Ward mrs. Olga Herdman mrs. Florence Pitt and daughter Dorothy of All unions in tae City Are invited to attend and bring a guest. Grocers auxiliary to hold meeting the retail grocers auxiliary will meet tuesday evening in the. Barnier of Commerce rooms on sixth Street. A a a Loyal girls to hold meeting. A the i ova i girls of la Tchristian Church will my Mondo v evening in the Home of thorns Evans. 23�i Scioto Trail Soo mrs Campbell j ii Ink Hoot Ess mrs. Ralph Campbell of v4 John Street entertained the renters the Queenez dab Frida at the on the Weot woe provided divers and panes were awarded to mrs. Edward . Mrs. Jake of a Aad a tsp Bernie other present were mrs. Leslie Bra Giaier. Mrs. Ber Prev. Miss Alma Kirsch m re it Bergman. Refresh hit were served following the gasses. Tim neat mooting will to hold at Tho Boose of mrs Roy truce pm Colo Boulevard to two club enjoys May breakfast jars. Charles Knost extended gracious hospitality to the Mem its of the Semper Fidelis when she entertained with a May morning breakfast saturday at her Home on Baird Avenue. The rooms presented an attractive appearance in their decorations of Dogwood red Bud and Spring Flowers. Tile diem la Era were seated at one table which bad for its Center piece a maypole. Rainbow streamers extended to each place and the favors were Small baskets of baby tears. The occasion also celebrated the birthday anniversary of mrs. Adolph .if and she was presented with a handkerchief Shower from the members and a pretty gift from the hostess. Miss Alice coining read an original poem in Honor of mrs. Graf. Mrs. D. Ii. Jamison was presented with a gift in Honor of her anniversary. Those present were mrs. Adam Pfau. Mrs. W. H. Run Ert mrs. A Barie Evans mrs. Walter Wood mrs. Charles Taylor . Grover Wyatt mrs. Ida Knost. Mis. D. H. Jamison mrs. W. D. , mrs. Adolph Graf mrs. Charles Knost and miss Alice Comins. A a a mrs. E. M. Wilson gives recital the Home of mrs. John. Bigler on Kinney s Lane provided a Lovely setting for a most a Tistle musical evening when the still Frau Kelly Junior music club presented their Counselor. Mrs. Edgar Wilson in piano recital to celebrate their first anniversary. Mrs. Wilson is a pianist whose playing reflects a full warm tone Clear Brilliant Tel Bulc and a Power of interpretation quite beyond the Ordinary. Her playing of the Scarlatti number pastorale e minor was facile sure and sincere Aid her Schumann nmn it Romance f held Beauty of tone shades of color and refinement and depth of thought. Much of mrs. Wilson a Success As an instructor is due to her ability to perform. She is an Able organist As Well As pianist. The Lyric Quality of mrs. Murray rowers splendid voice was Felt in each of her numbers and the evenings pleasure was much enhanced by the playing of the stringed Trio made up of Adrienne Wright violinist Virginia Wilson Ruark. Cellist and mrs. J. M. Stockham piano accompanist. A a a Pollyanna club to hold meeting the Pollyanna club will meet tuesday evening at the Home of the misses Sophia and Mary Krausz 1203 Twenty fourth Street. A a a first a Angr lira i Aid to meet May 4 the ladies Ald Moiety of first evangelical Church will meet wednesday. May 4, at 2 p. In in the of Tyndaj school mob of the Church. The meeting was changed from wednesday May la. On account of the women s in non conference Here next week. A Coffee social win to hem after the Borine meeting and All members and their friends Are invited to attend. Too commit to meet tic uranday holy redeemer Council co. A. C. L. Of c. Will Awe thursday evening i the school Hall Teo Tead of tuesday their regular amazing time. The change to Amdo Menat <4 the play to he Given by the x Aff. Drama Rte Tab la Tho tuned y it clog. Photos by Harris mrs. Scharlz president of the Ohio federation of women clubs will preside at the annual convention which will be held this week at Sandusky. Mrs. Phillips a Bride of april 23 was formerly Charlotte Coyle. Mrs. Frecka is the new president of the Sciotoville p. T. A. Miss Helbig is the new president and miss Coriell the retiring president of the English club of p. H. S. D Garden club to hold annual Plant Sale Friday at Library the in Quai Spring Plant Sale of the Garden club will lie held Friday a May 0, in tile basement of the Library. The hours will de from to a. In. To 4 30 p. In. Mrs. F. P. Zellyar is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangement. She will be assisted by . Gilbert Monroe mrs. George in Appel mrs. D. A. Berndt mrs. L. C. Chapman mrs. Dan Conroy mrs. In Dobson mrs. W. W. Gates mrs. I. A. Grimes mrs. Joseph Kountz. Mrs. D. F. Peters mrs. I Ena Kline Reed mrs. Charles Warlock and miss Florence Richardson. A variety of plants will lie on Nolc a 1 11 Quot a a Dib i at reasonable prices. These will in a a. To elude Phlox ragged Robins cajun in nip Rfobin Dela coreopsis pansies forget me Catherine Coriell not and Iris. The club making a specially of Rose Boshes having secured a Large variety which will be sold for a Small sum. Members of the club Anil others who have Flowers plants to spare Are asked to Send them to the Library Early Friday morning. If unable to deliver them phone 3274 and they will be called for. Players club is entertained jars. Sam e. Frowina and mrs. A. E. Forsberg entertained the members of the players club and their husbands with a Bridge dinner Friday evening at the Home of mrs. Frowine. Willow Way Forest Park. Spring Flowers decorated the Small tables at which the dinner was served and covers were Laid for . And mrs. George Waldo . And mrs. C. Ii. Samson . And mrs. Eugene Wurster . And mrs. Stanley e. Bowen . And mrs. Clifford Zahars . And mrs. Loren Cunningham . And mrs. P. M. Hewitt . And mrs. A. La. Forsberg and . And mrs. Sara e. Frowine. In the Bridge games which provided diversion after the dinner score gifts were presented to mrs. Bowen mrs. Hewitt . Cunningham . Wurster and . Zubares. A a a Progress club to meet monday the Progress club will meet monday evening at the Home of miss Mae Zinnicker third and Union streets. Menders will answer to the roil Call with names of famous lovers. Miss Marne Musser will read a paper on Quot How Tbs world gets a a a Home from tau Gamma convention miss Jet Sutton miss Ruth Hooper and miss Mildred me Creight have returned front Indianapolis. Indiana where they attended the tau Gamma sorority annual convention which was held last Friday and saturday. The festivities were opened with a banquet at whispering winds Friday night. Miss Edna Louise Bennett acted As toastmaster. A luncheon a held saturday in the hotel Antlers with miss Erelyn Horner As chairman of the committee on arrangements. Climaxing the social affairs was a Mack and White dance in the hotel Lincoln saturday night with the Brown buddies providing music. Mins Margaret Pruitt was in charge of arrangements. A a a group to give do Ore group 4 of All saints Church will up Moor a dance la the Guild Hall Friday evening. Pete la Odessa a orchestra will furnish the music the cob Mittee in charge of arrangement include mrs. Otto Geiger. Mrs u a Tate Aad mrs. W. A Moore. Aaa ii a aaa carte am . Simrau ten Mega it Rev the Touman Corrie sri thou Day afire a at by Tam a Mph for daughter Hie Home of . And mrs. Harry Brandel 201 1-2 Market Street was tile scene of a Happy gathering Friday evening when they entertained a group of children in Honor of the 7th birthday anniversary of their daughter Virginia Ruth. The evening was spent in games music and contests and Prises were awarded to Virginia Mcnay and Janette Mailer. Refreshments of ices and cakes were served in the dining room. The table was entered with a Beautiful birthday cake baked to represent Noah Sark. Red candles formed the Chimney and Small animal cakes were placed in Aud around the Ark. Those present were Hannah Riga Ethel Robinson Jean and Janette Maiter Fannie Catherine Roush Virginia Ruth Traudel Virginia Mcnay Marjorie Ann Prince Bacin h Mae and Marjorie Lee Oppen Wieimer Betty Ruth Criswell John Criswell and Eddie Roush. The Honor guest was the recipient of Many Beautiful anti useful gifts. A a a w. F. M. Society to meet tuesday the woman a foreign missionary society of Trinity of. E. Church will meet tuesday at 2 p. Rn., in the Chapel. Mrs. Howard Belford will Lead the devotional mrs. It. B. Shumway will give a Book review Quot our work in Africa will be the subject of a talk by . I. D. Martin of Atlanta ga., a brother of Rev. Arba Martin. Mrs. J. Ii. Hama will sing and mrs. Harley Brunny will Bate charge of the mystery Box. Be Bigelow circles to meet tuesday the various circles of the women federation of Bigelow E. Church will meet at 2 15 p. In. Tuesday May 3, at the following Homes Circle a with mrs. W. H. Rupert 713 court Street Circle a with mrs. J. J. Rardin 802 Waller Street Circle a with . Win Nye j023 second Street Circle d with mrs. Frank Ferguson 2831 North Hill Road Circle k with mrs. H. Z. Waggoner 2504 Shawnee Road Circle of with mrs. W. E. Herr 1702 timmonds Avenue Cirri a with mrs. J. M. Graham 717 Washington Street Circle i. With mrs. Fred Ruhlman 2102 Timlin Road. To celebrate mothers Day t he business and professional women a club will celebrate mothers Day by entertaining their mothers at a dinner meeting of the club thursday evening in their club rooms on Gallia Street. A special program will hear ranged for the occasion which will include selections by the boy chorus of the Portsmouth High school under the direction of miss loll in Anderson. Miss Cleo Resler will sing a vocal Solo and miss Lnetta Stewart will rend an original poem on Mother. Delegates will be appointed to attend the state convention to be Beld in Cincinnati May 14-15. A a a to entertain Bridge club the k. K. Club will meet monday evening at the Home of mrs. Richord Kendall 1312 third Street. A a a to entertain Dalton club Tho Dalton auction club will meet tuesday afternoon of the Home of mrs. Charles d. Scud Tler near Buena Vista. Literary club closes season embers of the woman a literary club enjoyed tha hospitality of mrs. Mary Cottle Friday afternoon when they gathered at her Home 1102 fourth Street for the last meeting of the club season. The new year books distributed at this meeting contains interesting schedule of events for next fall and Winter. A profusion of Garden Flowers were used to decorate the rooms where the guests were received. Miss Clara Sherman president of the club presided at the meeting. Members answered to the Roll Call with Quot my favorite woman mrs. I Ena Kline Recd gave the resume of the George Washington _ a Gen it which is to be staged in the Universal stadium july 4-5, and the club toted to support the pageant and also give a donation to help defray the expense of putting it on. A splendid paper on Quot women of the stage a written by miss Ada Vigus a rend by mrs. Maud Snow. Miss vigils wus unable to lie pres a Cut on account of illness. An interesting history of miss Julia Marlow one of stage celebrities who sgt ent her Early life in Portsmouth was included in the paper. Quot a Omen at the Crossroads a was the subject of a palier Given by . Margaret Ketter. A delightful musical program arranged by mrs. Edna Coburn included a piano Solo by miss Harriett Wear and a vocal Solo Quot Joy of the morning by miss Maud baggy. She responded to an encore with a whistling Solo. During the social hour. Mrs. Cottle was assisted by mrs. Laura Hor Chow mrs. Addle Mohl and my Vilna Coburn in serving refreshment. The club will enjoy an Outing and Musicale at the Home of . Edna Coburn Wilco height West Side on june 24. Music club gives program for mothers an interesting evening s Ell text ailment was provided for the parents and friends of the progressive music club Friday evening when they assembled in the music room of the u. 8. Grant school for their regular meeting. Beulah Newman president of the club presided while miss Kododa Klemme served As chairman of the program which was presented by a group of Tho younger members of the club. The Roll cull was Given by miss Here a Wade and each mein Lier responded by giving some important current event in music. The soloists played from memory and their interpretations were splendid. The various selections chosen were charming in their presentation and heartily received by the audience. Those taking part in this group were Muriel Mccabe Joe Babcock ., Anslen Skelton ., Mary Roberts Betty Newman and Betsey Townsend. Ensemble numbers were Given by Rhoda and Eunice Klemme Billie Moore Jamie Williams ., Virginia Schneider Clothine Strothers Betty Lou Flem us Virginia Allen Dorothy Snyder Marilyn Redden and Jai my. The Story of the Obiera Faust was Reud by Dorothy White. Miss Buda ii Newman played in the place of miss Leila Martin who was culled out of the City. The guest numbers of the program included a group of xylophone Solo by Charles Kris. These included Quot Indian love song Sud Quot Bells of he also responded to an encore with a popular number. The prise winning books in the state wide music contest Wert on exhibition Aud very much admired by the guest. Miss Anna t. Cramer counsellor of the club will give Ber Aunuua Spring recital in the auditorium of the masonic Temple on monday May 29, when parents and Friend of her students will he guests. Scout leaders to give Bridge party tuesday Spiik girl scout Headquarters will be the scene of a Bridge party tuesday evening May 3, at 8 o clock when members of the Leader association sponsor an evening of Bridge for the Benefit of the swimming Pool fund. Sir. Ralph Ness Leader of the Garfield troop miss Katherine Kii Glennn of Mckinley troop and miss Ruth Zoell Ner of the Portsmouth High school will serve As the general committee. All meal ers of the leaders association Are Selling tickets. A few week ago the girl scout Connell sponsored an afternoon Bridge party for the Benefit of the swim Ming Pool and there were so Ninny request for an evening party that the scout leaders immediately begun plan for next tuesday evening. There will he a few tickets available at the door. Mothers club to give party Rte he mothers club of holy red cd Mer school will sponsor a card party Friday evening at 8 of clock in the school Nail. Bridge and 500 will lie played and a Large number of prism will lie presented the winners of High and Low scores. Six of the prizes have been donated by friends in new York City. Tables will be arranged for private parties and club members who wish to play together. The commute in charge of arrangements includes . Edward Brunner . Frank Holden mrs. Mary Jennings . I a b. Marriage. Mrs. George ii Gen mrs. Al Melcher. Mrs. Mary Lyons Mcnamara mrs. Fred j. Icing mrs. Henry Brunner mrs. Don Jewell mrs. Allier Illberg mrs. M. W. Mcmahon mrs. George Lauder. Mrs. Margaret Garner mrs. John Kilcoyne ., mrs. A Ilduara 8. Maler. The committee will meet monday at 2 30 p. In. To make final arrangements for the party. Tickets May in secured from any Meliers of the dub at Tho door Friday night. 0 0 0 to entertain Bible class tile judge Blair Bible class of Seiz oud presbyterian Church will meet monday at 7 30 p. In. In the Home of mrs. A. Z. Blair 1211 Twenty fourth Street. The assisting hostesses will he mrs. C. In. Walters. Mrs. Ham Nichols miss Lucy Berndt. Miss Lucy Barber i Kitty Jones and mrs. La. Harford mrs. Bertha blood will lend the devotional. And mrs. Maurice will be in charge of tile program. Phone 712 816 sixth Murphy Valiance shop dresses new Bright prints. Plain and printed sheer in dresses and jacket dresses. $10 $16.50 hats soft sport hats wide brims with tailored effects. $5 mrs. Guts. Rueppel 940 Gallia for Beauty and Quality in a permanent wave be suggest realistic Frederic Vita Tomic Shelton special this Wadi a very satisfactory Permute wave $5.00 Clame Price on att Spring Mats Sim and $3.50 the newest and Best at Ethel Merrick a Beauty Salon latest styles in hair cuts and Finger Waves. That advanced scientific method of permanent waving Zotos. Come in and see it and you will have no other. Our machine Waves Are greatly reduced now. $8.00 and to Waves As Lois As $6.50 and $4.50. 302 1�?T2 Chillicothe St. Better hurry Call 756-y at graduation time your friends expect your photograph special reduced prices for graduates at Harris studio 3rd and Chillicothe phone if mrs. Anne Rice millinery and Beauty parlor 1005 guilt plume 352$ announcing the newest Roqu ingole permanent wave we heme urn muffed in our shop a Mew St Type ruf unde a ii i ringlet ends Emu be kid in pm $5 00 and $8.00 Marcel top tight smug Curt Emit of precess t

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