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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
Ben Noell departed last Sunday for
a two weeks stay in the Black Hills
or South Dakota.
Mrs. Earl Merritt was looking
artcr the work at the V. S. Smith
store during the time when Mr.
Fmith was in Omaha with the wife
who is in the hospital.
Ralph Holmes and family who
have been visiting here for the past
two weeks, departed . for their home
In Trenton. N. J. after having enjoy
ed their visit here very much.
Karl Merritt eompleted the paint
ing of the Buck school some six
miles west and one mile north of
Murray. He is now painting the
Swan school northeast of Union.
Mr. and Mrs. George N'ickles were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. I. Kelsey at Shenandoah last
Sunday, they driving over to the
rr.dio city in their car, returning the
Joseph Martis who had to move
his house to the north when the
new viaduct was arranged, has been
linking some very extensive improve
ments of late. Monday he was placing
a new shingle roof on the home.
Fred Drucker was ploying during
the early portion of the week, a field
which he intends to put to wheat.
Notwithstanding the very poor crop
this year they must plant again, for
there are other years and more people
to be fed.
Jasper Queen, who makes his home
in California, stopped in Murray last
week for a few days while returning
from the New York world's fair. He
wr.s visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Font T. Wilson. Mrs. Wilson
being sister of Mr. Queen.
Margaret Todd took her car and
drove W. S. Smith to Omaha to see
the wife at the hospital, where he
fcund her making good improvement.
While in the west theS pangler
party visited w;ih Walter Perry and
Tamily at Orange, California where
they had the pleasure of picking
cranges and eating the ripe fruit
from the trees. The also took many
ACRES NEAR b
Cnc hundred acres rather roll
ing land located near Rock
Bluffs. Good improvements and
plenty of water. See
Mrs. W. H. Porter
8 TrWTIYW TCT'R'R
We will demonstrate the
JOHN DEERE Damming
Attachment for Listers ; also
the John Deere Model H
Tractor, on the
CHARLEY REED FARM
One Mile East and 2 Miles South
of Murray on U. S. Highway 75.
? MURRAY HARDWARE
pictures . which showed the many
colors of f ruits and flowers.
On their return the party stopped at
the home of Vernon Perry and Earl
Cole, whom they found busy and
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brendel of
Aroca who have been in the west
on an extended trip to Estes Park
and other interesting points during
the past week, were in Murray last
Sunday and with Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Seybolt were guests at the home of
Mrs. Margaret Brendel for Sunday
and a very fine dinner. v
Mrs. Smith Still Poorly.
Mrs. W. S. Smith who has been
at the Clarkson hospital in Omaha
receiving treatment for a sudden and
very severe illness, has been showing
quite satisfactory improvement, be
came suddenly worse last Saturday
night, coming it was thought from
something she had eaten. It is hoped
by her many friends that the patient
may continue to improve.
Visiting in the East.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Ruby, of
McCook while on their way to the
east where they are visiting at Chi
rago and other points, stopped in
Murray for a visit at the home of
James E. Gruber and other friends.
On their return they will visit for
a time here before continuing on
home. They were accompanied by
the daughter of Mrs. Ruby. Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Schuckufess and their
daughter. They also visited in Mich
igan and Wisconsin while in the
The Spanglers Return Home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Spangler and
Everett Spangler ,and family who
have for the past three weeks been
visiting in the west, returned home
last Sunday night and were well sat
isfied with their trip and the excel
lent time they had. They visited at
Los Angeles with a sister of Mr.
Spangler and went to San Francisco
to attend the exposition, after which
they visited in Washington, return
ing the northern route.
Eeshingle the Kitchen.
The men of the Christian church
were shingling the roof of the kitchen
part of the church one day last week
and were provided a very fine dinner
by the ladies of the church.
Lewis Family Reunion Sunday.
At Mound City, Mo., last Sunday
was held the Lewis family reunion,
which was attended by some fifty
members of the family from Ne
braska. Lowa and Missouri. J. D.
Iewis of Murray was present and en
joyed the opportunity of meeting
with the other member of the family.
The Eock Bluffs Picnic.
The Rock Bluffs picnic which has
by this time become a real institu
tion will be held at the regular
place, the Hutchison gTove, west of
Rock Bluffs on Sunday, August 20th.
Better not place too many other dates
on your calendar, for remember next
Sunday and be sure and be there
Getting Eeady for School.
John Sans, who is caretaker of
the Murray school, has been doing
much work in getting the school
building in readiness for the open
ing of the fall session which will
begin in early September.
Home From the West.
John Hobscheidt, jr., and wife
who have been on a trip to the
Pacific coast for the past two weeks,
returned home last Sunday noon.
While at Spokane, Wash., they visit
ed with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ken
nedy, the wives of Mr. Kennedy and
Mr. Hobscheidt being sisters, which
added very much to the visit. They
also visited at Yellowstone park while
Max Straub, Jr., was called to
Chicago one day last week where he
spent several days looking after mat
Edward J. Kreuger was visiting
and looking after some business mat
ters at Union last Sunday. He is
employed on the farm of W. O. Troop.
Mr. and Mrs. George Pollard and
daughter who have been vacation
ing in the Fast for the past two
weeks are expected home in a few
The Hanson garage is being treat
ed to a repair of the roof there
of which has stayed since the build
ing was constructed and has started
to show the ravages of the years and
had to be repaired.
The large crowds which have
marked the evening entertainments
free on the streets cf Nehawka was
diminished by the cool evenings last
week. However a generous attend
ance was still in evidence.
Masters I.ouis and Donald Kunta
vto have been visiting for some time
at the bome of their uncle, A. O.
Barr at York where they enjoyed
a very fine visit for the past three
weeks, returned home last Saturday.
Rev. A. B. Small, pastor of the
United Brethren church of Nehaw
ka and wife have been visiting in
the east for the past two weeks. They
will return the latter part of this
week and wfll be ready again for an
other year in the pulpit.
George C. Sheldon, wife and their
daughter, accompanied by Mrs. Oren
Pollard, departed for the east and
will visit at the old home of George
Sheldon in New York state for some
time and as well look after some
business matters while there.
Master Sheldon Marshall of Fort
Lupton, Colorado, where the family
reside, worked until he had earned
enough to purchase a bus ticket to
Nehawka and Weeping Water. He
has been visiting here for several
days. He expects to return in time
to enter school. N
Robert A. Troop of Syracuse was
passing his 38th birthday anniver
sary last Sunday and the wife had
a number of his friends there for a
j celebration of the event. A very fine
time was had. and all when depart
ing extended the wish for many
more such happy occasions.
Superintendent E. C. Stimbert who
has been the banker while Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich have been
In the west, with the return of the
regular bankers, departed for the
Masonic Fark mountain home in
Colorado . where they will spend a
week on the high mountainside re
cuperating after the year's work.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Steffens and
children who have been at Lake
Okobojl in northwestern Iowa for a
number of days during the last week
returned home Sunday night. The
party were brown from exposure to
the sun, but still they tell of having
had a splendid time. When they ar
rived in Omaha on their return they
were met by Mrs. Mollio Magney,
who was returning from a month
6pent in California where she enjoy
ed a very fine vacation.
Will Give Program.
The oil company from which the
Farmers Mutual Oil company pur
chases their supply will give an en
tertainment Friday night (tomor
row) in which they will have the
talent of WOW. with Lyle DeMoss
heading the entertainment. There
will be a very fine varied entertain
ment. True, WOW will use three
minutes in advertising the insurance
which they feature and the oil com
pany three minutes dilating on their
products. Come see the show which
Home From the West. .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Wunder
lich and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pick
ens of Plattsmouth, who have been
it Masonic Tark in Colorado and in
New Mexico for the past two weeks
enjoying the mountains, returned
home last Friday and are looking
fine after the outing.
Return From Trip.
Jack and Andy Yeiser and Richard
Denton of Omaha, who have been ac
cumulating some extra money for a
trip to the west departed last week
and made some rapid movements
In seeing the west. They first went
to see the Hot Springs of South Da
kota and then proceedsd to Tauton,
Grand Junction and on to Glenwood
Springs. Salida. Pueblo. Colorado
Springs, Estes Park. Grand Lake, also
stopping to see the graves of the
noted historic characters. Wild Bill
Hlcock and Calamity Jane. They
sought home by this time as they
were nearly broke, each having a
single dollar when they got home.
Visiting in the North.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lemon were in
Omaha last Sunday evening where
Mrs. Lemon took the bus for Osage,
Minn., where she is to visit for some
three weeks with her mtoher, whom
she has not seen for thirteen years.
Visit at Tekamah.
Stuart Rough and sister, Miss
Agnes of Weeping Water were over
to Tekamah last Sunday visiting for
the day at the home of a brother,
John Rough. There were there for
the occasion Guy Lake and daughter.
Maxine. of Lincoln; Mrs. J. J. Don
Ian of Lincoln: A. D. Rough of Blair;
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rough and
daughter. Miss Pauline of Weeping
Water; Miss Margaret Crane of
Louisville, Ky.. accompanied by Sarah
Jean Crew, also of Kentucky. Mrs.
Crane and Mrs. Crew departed from
there to Chicago where after a short
top went on to their home in Ken
tucky. Taken Suddenly 111.
David Stuart, who has not been
in the very best of health was taken
suddenly ill while on the street and
sank down. Those near gave first
aid and restored the man to con
sciousness. He was later taken to the
hospital for treatment.
Whether your printing Job r
large or small, it will r-eslvo our
prompt attention. Call Ro. 5.
Miss Maggie True has for some
time been making her home with
her sister, Mrs. S. W. True over near
W. H. Marks was in Lincoln last
Monday where he went to visit with
the wife who is receiving medical
John Aiwin of Plattsmouth was In
Union - last Monday looking after
some business and also visiting with
P. F. Rihn for a short time.
Charles L. Greene of the firm of
Rihn & Greene was called to Platts
mouth last Monday to look after some
business. The family accompanied
Mrs. John Guerra was in Omaha
last Saturday where she accompanied
the husband where he went to enter
the hospital for the treatment of
George Ballman of Barada was a
vslitor in Union for the past week
and this and was calling on his many
friends here. He is a brother of Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hathaway
and Mrs. Joseph Lidgett were in Ne
braska City last week looking after
some business matters in which all
Mrs. W. A. Taylor and the family
of C. W. Hoback were over to Ne
braska City last Saturday night
where the were looking after some
Ralph Opp, the Missouri Pacific
agent, last week made the purchase
of a new Chevrolet auto and was
over to Plattsmouth last Tuesday to
get a new license.
Henry H. Becker was over west of
Murray last week sinking a well for
a school district, and with the com
pletion found plenty of water and
of excellent quality.
Mrs. Martha Lynn vho has been
feeling rather poorly for the past
several weeks has been showing good
Improvement and is much better than
she has been for some time past.
Mrs. Grace Woods, who has been
visiting with her sister Mis. Ada
Van Petten for the past month re
turned to Union last Saturday after
having enjoyed her stay in Lincoln
Miss Edith Wohlfarth was in Lin
coln last week to make arrange
ments for attending the state uni
versit the coming year, she register
ing and securing an iirartment in
whirh to live.
Mesdames W. S. True. Ruben Eaton
and Joseph Lidgett, all of whom
were feeling poorly made a party
who were over to Murray where they
went to consult Dr. R. W. Tyson re
garding their health.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Becker and
daughter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Ehlers and daughter, Doris comprised
a party who went over near the river
last Sunday evening where they en
ioyed a picnic supper.
Mrs. Flora Talor was spending a
tew days the past week at the coun
try home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Stine where she and the Stine fam
ily enjoyed a very fine visit, return
ing to town last Saturday.
Miss Betty Swan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Swan was taken
with a sudden illness and hastened
to Bryan Memorial hospital at Lin
coln where she was rlaced under ob
servation and given treatment.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church were entertaining and look
ing after their work at their last
meeting.- Mrs. Ralph Pearsley and
Mrs. Edgar Fletched were the hos
tesses. A large number attended.
Mr. and Mrs. John Todd of Canada,
who have been visiting here for some
time, accompanied Mrs. L. G. Todd
to Adams last Sunday where they
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Rathe and children for a few
Rev. and Mrs. L. R. McGaughey,
the former pastor of the Methodist
church of Union were in Lincoln last
Sunday attending a family reunion.
During the time a pastor from Lin
coln conducted services at the Union
The ladies of the Methodist church
at Wyoming gave a very appreciative
supper at the church last Saturday
night. There were many present
from Union and Nebraska City, the
ladies, being able to net something
The missionary society of the
Union Baptist church met last week
with Mrs. Milton Fuesner where they
were very nicely entertained and
also did much work for the church.
Miss Eleanor Easter was co-hostess
with Mrs. Fuesner.
Victor Clarence who some time
ago came to Union and established
himself in business, but has been
living on the farm until this week,
has moved to town and is occupying
the apartments over the cream sta
tion which he operates.
Mrs. Anna M. Harger was enjoy
ing a visit from a number of Lin
coln friends last Sunday, they being
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dean and who
were also joined by Mr. and Mrs. D.
Ray Frans and eon. Jimmie, and
C. E. Young. A very pleasant time
Mrs. Margaret Surface True of
Harbor Beach, Michigan attended
the Surface reunion held last Sunday
and will make an extended visit
among relatives and friends before
Mr. and Mrs. John Todd of Can
ada and ?Irs. L. G. Todd were enter
tained by Mr. and Mrs. D. Ray Frans
at a 6 o'clock dinner on Tuesday.
The new postmaster, Leslie Ever
ett, who has since his appointment
as postmaster at Union been residing
on the farm, which made it very in
convenient, has moved to town and
Mr. Ben Crawford will live on the
farm and look after the work there.
The McQuinn family were gather
ed together at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas McQuinn last Sunday
for a family dinner. This is the
first time during the past twenty
vears that the entire family have
been able to get together for a fam
Henry H. Becker and family last
Sunday drove to Fort Crook, then
to Papillion and down to Louisville,
and visiting there for a while drove
down to Manley and Weeping Wa
ter and to the 'O' street road and on
home. Henry says he found in many
places the corn had been materially
damaged by chinch bugs and thinks
they are responsible for the greater
portion of the damage sustained by
the corn crop this year.
Not Potatoes for Sale
New Potatoes at 75 per bushel.
Mrs. Jos. H. Lidgett, Union, Nebr.
Visiting at Old Home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Griffin and
family and Mrs. Paul Griffin de
parted last Sunday for Fairplay, Mo.,
the old home of Mr. and Mrs. Grif
fin, where they are all spending a
week. This is near the Ozarks and
there is much grand scenery. Mr.
and Mrs. Griffin make a trip to the
old home country every year and
enjoy keeping in touch with the
growth and changing of the people
of that portion of country.
Home From the West.
Out of the rut at home with its
everyday routine and the sameness
which marks the lives of all people,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Banning and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Reynolds, marked
the trip of these people when they
went last week to the dreary Black
Hills as they are called, but really
filled with wonders beyond anything
a person could imagine. The party
went from there to Jackson Hole,
then to Wyoming and Colorado, see
ing Yellowstone park, and Pikes
Peak and coming back through Den
ver. They arrived home last Friday
after having been away ten days.
Will Hold Basket Dinner.
Next Sunday the members of the
Union Bapist church will hold an
all day gathering with a basket din
ner at noon, with everybody bring
ing their dinner and enjoying the
fellowship with the other members.
Bring a plenty, for you will be
hungry. Be sure and bring enough
of your own dishes for there will
be no facilities for washing them
at the church. Come and enjoy the
fellowship that will mark the meet
ing. Letter From Miss Robb.
An interesting joint letter from
Miss Augusta Robb to a group of
Union friends was received Sunday
morning, some excerpts from which
may he interesting to her many
friends in this community.
She writes: "One week ago I land
ed in California after a most delight
ful trip all the way; through Nebras
ka where we had a rain and a beau
tiful rainbow; through a bit of Colo
rado, across Wyoming, with a half
hour stop at both Ogden and Salt
Lake City, Utah; through the moun
tains and desert of Nevada, within
l night's ride of California.
"Especially did I love the time
through Utah and Nevada. Just one
rontinual change of scenery, through
valley, canyon and mountains. I
hated to have the darkness come,
and it comes early in the moun
tains. At Salt Lake we bad a train
of 22 coaches, but it was split up
there and We came on with only
fight, as we left Las Vegas. At Salt
Iake we had 20 minutes to jump in
a bus for a ride around the temple
and tabernacle, with a guide to tell
you all the interesting things. These
little stops made it all very interest
ing and the time not the least bit
"The longest part of the trip seem
ed from San Bernardino to Los An
geles, a three hour ride. Just fruit
and truck gardens mostly, so I was
glad to pull into the station which
is bo huge you walk a mile to get
outside after leaving the train, and
the friends cculd not come to where
the trains pull ' in but wait behind
the ropes in ouside corridor. I kept
on walking hoping to see a familiar
face which I did soon, when four
pounced upon me. Norma. Donnie and
Elizabeth Robb and Mary Glover,
Sunday, August 2Cth
"Beverage Alcohol and the
(A Social Aspect of the Liquor
Joel 1:5-7: Dan. 5:1-5, 17, 25
23. The liquor question, like the pro
verbial poor, is always with us, and
l;ke the poor, must be dealt with.
There is nothing new nor good can
be said about it. All laws to curb or
restrict its damnable work have been
r.feless. The traffic regards neither
fod nor man. Hell-born, it prepares
its victims for that place. Once man
is ensnared in its coils, it takes the
combined pever of God and man to
break the shackles.
The voice ol the church, which is
the God-appointed agency through
which God's will and remedy is made
known to men, must never cease to
cry aloud and spare not. like the
prophet Joel in our lesson: "Awake
ye drunkards," etc.
But some say: "It does no good;
men go on like they have always
done; you are wasting your time."
Well, be that as it may, it does not
relieve the church of its responsibil
ity. See Ezekiel 33:7-11. Therefore
wc keep on exhorting men, expecting
a harvest . . . sometime.
All we know about Joel is legen
dary; we knrw that he was a man
who was acquainted with God and
rady at a moment's notice to go
when God needed him. (The O. T.
has about twelve men of that name), i
Ij: lived in Jerusalem and called
Israel to a solemn assembly. (2:1).
The merciful God gives man ample
warning, pointing out to him that
only trouble end disaster can come
to man if he persists in reckless dis
regard of God's warning. Punish
ment follows if man will not listen
to God s voice.
In this case, God is going to use
ihe locust similar to our grasshop
per pests. As man is misusing God's
gift to his own destruction (making
alcohol and strong drink), God will
destroy it, lest it destroy man. There
is justice in God's mercy.
Nebraska has men living who saw
what grasshoppers can do in 1874,
75 and 76. Yes, they have, and are
destroying today. Why does God per
mit that today?
In Joel's time (S00 B. C.) it was
a national evil, as it is today in
America. Society is debauched and
is going down with its cocktail par
ties, women bartenders and non-enforcement
of the liquor laws.
Now we come to a spectacle of a
king setting the example for his peo
the cousin who has been here two
years, but very homesick for Nebras
ka. Came home to park the baggage,
had lunch outside, then off to the
beach at Santa Monica in the after
noon, and surf riding and bathing
was enjoyed by many, but not by me.
wouldn't go in on a bet. My first
3ight of the Pacific and its beautiful,
but I'd prefer not to live near its
chores as many do. Saturday Cousin
Dean Glover took us northeast,
Hollywood, Pasadena, Glendale, to
Sierra Madre which is just north of
San Anita race track which we could
see from the garden of a friend of
Deans who we visited. A beautiful
home in the hills overlooking the
"Sunday Cousin Mary Glover and
I went to church at St. Thomas,
where cur former Nebraska Bishop
Shayler had been supplying part
time, but this happened not to be
his day at the church.
"After lunch we drove down the
const boulevard to San Pedro and
Long Beach. This drive was very
thrilling to one for the coast line is
more rugged than I expected, and
Japs farming most all available
space. San Pedro is not pretty, but
the sight of the fleet as we neared
the harbor was most beautiful to see
with the many white battleships har
bored there. On Saturday night 14,
000 sailors were on the streets of
Long Beach. I wished for a chance
to look up our boys, but time was
Tuesday night Donnie and I went
to the Bowl to hear Lily Pons. The
Bowl looks like the pictures we see
of it, a very lovely sight. It was a
lovely concert and Pons was dainty
in blue velvet gown with hoop skirt
nd mufT and gave us a gorgeous per
formance. They said 24.000- were
there. Her artist-husband accom
panied with the orchestra beauti
fully. "Thursday we attended a moral
rearmament meeting. Such Immense
crowdB attend. Thirty thousand at
the meeting and 10.000 turned away.
That was the week before I came.
If you want to hear of it read this
week's Post article by Stanley High,
who gives both criticism and the
value of it. Donnie has been so busy
By L. HeitzeL, Murdock. Neb.
ple Belshaziar was the grandson of
Nebuchadnezzar, descendant either
from a daughter or son, Kabonida.
The Babilonian Empire emls with
Bolshazzar. At the feast of Belshaz
zav we see that drinking brought
disaster and tragedy to his kingdom:
it was its last day. The longsuffer
ing of God came to an end aluo.
When the carousing at the fast
had reached its climax, it was then
that the retclers became rcckb-ss
end prorane and so it is today! Holy
things as church, religion and Chris
tians are ridiculed and siuered at,
with much profanity that many of
these people would be ashamed of
engaging In when sober.
Now God takes a hand in the
drama. The handwriting on the
wall and its reaction. It was pro
duced for thy king's benefit. He ses
it first. We behold a spectacle the
noise and tumult ceases, the ling
who was the cause of this orgy be
gins to tremble and shake. Hi
boasting ha Ftopped; the wine out
of the holy vessels has turned to
wormwood and gall; the end of the
fcfcst has come bring in the astrolo
gers, the chadeans. the soothsayers!
When disaster overtakes the drunk
ard, his companions are of little ufe
to him; it i:s then that the Chris
tian people re called upon to bring
comfort and consolation.
Daniel, who had not been invited,
is called. He does not salute the
king, as is cibtomary he knows the
king has only a few hours to live;
hij doom is sealed, no hope for re
pentance the executioner is knotk
ing at the gate. Daniel pronounces
the judgment of God upon him and
Finished weighed divided .re
the judgment's of God. The scales of
God are correct; they are just. "If
the righteous scarcely be sav.-d.
where shall the ungodly and sinner
appear?' (I Pet. 4: IS). There is
such a thing as too late, when the
door of mercy is shut. (See Matt.
But drinking people are careless
tnrt reckless; they will not heed the
warning. It Is not only their soul
that goes to hell, but many others
who. through their example, are in
fluenced to go wrong. We plioild
ncc forget that we are responsible
for those about us. Am I my broth
el's keeper? Yes! (Gen. 4:9 . God
will require souls of our hand, if we
fail to warn them, or by example
lead astray. What will the harvest
The answ r lies with us!
reporting these meetings by steno
type she hasn't been able to hear
much of it.
"Today (Friday) I am writing
letters and tonight we go to a wed
ding. I bave seen so much In a
week that it seems like a month and
difficult to keep track of the days.
"On Wilkshire bouldevard. a nice
district with every kind of store,
nice shops and dime stores, pnt of
fice, banks and all kinds of open
markets with all kinds fruits and
vegetables, but they don't taste like
our, and you can buy che.ip and.ex
penFive. I find a dime's worth of
potatoes I get at Rihn and Greene's
I pay 15c for here.
"Here's a little verso I read on a
card and it fits, so far as I am con
"In this most 'unusual climate.
by this most unusual s- :
I am eating things 'unusual';
doing things unusual', s?
I'm strong for California, it's
'unusual' that is true;
But I don't forget the old
friends; They :ro most
'unusual too.' "
Miss Robb's California address i
365 So. Cloverdale, Apt. 404, Ls
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men won't be interested. Men don't like
cuiet" eirls. When they o to parties they
want girls along who are full of pep.
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tonic, remember for 3 generations ono
woman has told another how to go "smiling
thru" with Lydia E. Pinkham'a Ventabte
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resistance and thus aids in si viae you no re
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