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C. M.—Do you have any idea of
my passing in all my subjects in
this school this year and tell me
what year I will enter in the sen
ior class ?
Ans: You are going to pass nil of
your subjects but vcti must con
tinnc to work very hard in order
to do so. .Next September you will
enter your Senior year at nigh
school, and will graduate the fol
M. W. J.—What makes my hus
band so fussy and hard to get,
along with? Why docs he always
pick on me?
Ans: He’s a horn ‘grtJJch’ and
will never get over it. It is only
human for anyone to fuss and pick
on the very people that we love
the best. Why should anyone want
to fuss and nag a person that you
cared nothing about. He loves you,
even though it is a bit selfish.
B. M. O.—This boy that goes
with me does he love me or the
other girl he has been taking out?
, Ans: This young fellow is a
“man about town" and has several
other girls on the string that you
aren’t aware of. He likes you well
enough hut he certainly is not in
love with anyone of his friends.
P. L. W.—Please tell me if my
sweethnrt will take me back again
for we have quit?
Ans: Don’t be so anxious to take
him back for it will make him lose
interest in you ... go out with
some other friend and show him a
thing or two and he will be snoop,
ing around your door asking you
to take him back before very long,
iP. H.—Would it be ndvisable for
mo to go to the next town that I
have in mind this year?
Ans: The wisest thing for you to
do young lady is go ahead with
your education and forgc£ your
boy friend nnd your desire to make
a change. At your tender age there
is but one place for you and that
is in the school room.
L. K.—Will there be any success
for me in the contest that I am
working fair and hnrd for?
Ans: Keep'up the good work for
you stand just as good a chance as
anyone else coming out on top. It
seems to me that you will be among
the ten highest contestants... . .it
is left up to you to do the rest.
W. M.—I wnnt to know if my
husband with a girl that lives close
to me ad I believe?
Ans; No he hasn’t been going
with any girls at all. You had bet
ter put more confidence in him for
if you let h;m know that you doubt
his sincerity, he will give you
something to worry about -
C. T.—Which one of my friends
should I tnke seriously, the one
that treats me. like a China doll or
the other young man who is so
popular among the younger set ?
Ans: Why not go with them both
for you surely do not want to
enter marriage right away and get
back in the same rut you were in
some months ago. Make a number
of friends for a few years.or
until the right one comes along
and you will be much happier than
centering yc*ur whole thoughts on
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The Larieuse Beauty Foundat on wai established by
the Godefroy Manufacturing Company to study methods
of preserving- women's natural beauty, and to make
the results of this research available to the public.*
PETITE FEET CAN BE COMFORTABLE
At o motion picture theater re
cently 1 sat next to a girl and a
young man who were apparently
very much in lore. And you couldn't
blame the young man, for she was
a remarkably pretty girl, with
satiny blnck hair, a glowing com
plexion, and long silken eyelashes.
Hut I noticed, that in spite of
her grooming and her alluring
beauty, something was wrong. A
frown creased her forehead at times
and she fidgeted in her sent. You
may guess what was the matter,
and I finally discovered It when I
glanced down and saw that site had,
in exasperation, kicked ofT her
How many times have we all
been tempted to do the same thing?
How much suffering do wo endure
for the sake of a slipper smaller
than we can wear? And needless
Your choice of footwear Is es
pecially Important at this time of
the year, with the social season get
ting into full svv nd a constant
series of donee- lens in pros
pect for society \ n.
Choose Sh' at Fit
You’ll be on your feet a lot, and
you cannot appear your best at
these functions if your feet pain
you. Wearing the wrong size or
Jlie wrong kind of slippers may
cause aches and shooting pains that
will inevitably show in your face
Many women's foot troubles arise
from wearing slippers so smnll they
pinch the feet. Shoes should fit
firmly around the foot but they
should first of nil be comfortable.
It Is true that dainty, well-shod feet
are pleasing to your escort, but if
they eause strain in your walk or
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manner, the happy effect Is lost. '
Men notice these tilings. They
won’t think you have a trim foot
merely because your shoes are
small. They’ll think privately that
you’re trying to gain an effect. Shoe
size Is especially important with the i
open-toed sandals, popular this fall.
Don’t get n pair so tiny yeur foot
will melt around the sole.
Always keep your shoes neat and
well polished. A few minutes work, |
with home accessories, before you '
leave your home will work wonders
In your appearance. There are any
number of good and Inexpensive
preparations on the market for this
Your choice of shoes should he
governed by the occasion. For
picnics or barbecues In the open air
a saucy tan oxford or a sport shoe,
perhaps with n rubber sole, would
be appropriate. For tho business
woman a dark leather shoe with a
broad comparatively low heel is
usually in good form. For formal
wear, of course, there are the open
slippers with tall, slender heels, In
pastel cloths, gold and silver, as
well ns kid.
If your feet are large, that Is
nothing to be ashamed of. Wear a
shoe that is comfortable, neat and
attractive, and then forget about It.
Women who have unlovely feet
should wear unobtrusive footwear,
and they should draw attention
from their feet by making an ef
fort to beautify complexion, hair
The freedom from strain achieved
by those who wear properly fitting
shoes usually more than compen
sates for any advantage that could
be gained by wearing a fashionable
shoe that is too small.
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. M. K. Curry, Pastor
Sunday school opened at 9:30 a
m. Tho subject of the lesson was,
“Christian Character and Peace”
found in Col. 2:1 17. Much niter
est v,'" - manifested in each group j
during tii study period of the lea
son, and many helpful thoughts I
derived. At 11 o’clock the pastor
preached from Matt. 26:46. His |
text was, ‘ Rise and Let Us Be Go I
ing.” This was a vtry inspirational
sermon, out of which many good
and helpful points were received. I
At three o’clock the Los Cantores
club, under the direction of Miss
Ethel Jones, was presented in their
“Fall” musical concert, by the “Im
provement Club ” The following
program was rendered:
Remarks . Mrs. Bell Taylor
Invocation Rey, M. K. Curry
Chorus . Corman
Trio .... “Cradle Song,” by Watson
Misses Bernice Grice, Geraldine
Smith, Oralie Britt
Bass Solo .. Mr. Foster Goodlett I
“Asleep in the Deep”
.Girls Chorus ‘ Will 0‘ the Wisp” j
Solo Miss Frances Cole
“The Dawn Is Here”
Mixed Quartet ‘Beautiful Dreamer’
Chorus . ‘ When the Banjo Plays”
Solo . Miss Ruth Forrest
“A Tiny Seed Became a Shrine”
Mens Chorus . “Invictus”
Introduction of Los Cantores Club
Directress and Sponsor .
.Miss Ethel Jones
Saxnphone Solo. ‘Deep River”
Miss Bernice Grice
Solo . Mr. Jas- Murray
‘ My Lord What a Morning”
Chorus . ‘ Good Night, Beloved
Too much praise cannot be given
this organization which is doing a
great work in the music world,
and Miss Jones is to be compli
mented for having been able to
secure such a wonderful group of
talented young people and train
them as she has. Someday this
club will be able to complete with
tho best musical talent of our race
MORNING STAR CHURCH
.... Rev. Wm. Pruitt. Pastor
The Sunday school opened nt
9:30 a. m., with a large attendance I
Subject of the lesson, “Christian
Character and Conduct.” The les
son was taught by the pastor with
the superintendent presiding. At
11:30 a. m., was testimonial ser
vices. At 3 p. m. the Rev. M. B
Bilbrew, the pastor of Salem Bap
tist church and members, render d
services at the Morning Star
church on behalf of the St. Luke
! Baptist church. At 0 p. m. BYPU
was opened with a large attendance
j The general lesson subject was,
I ‘Pence on the March.” Evening
services were held at 8 p. m. The,
pastor brought to us an inspiration
al message from Roman 1:16. Sub
ject, “The Results of the Gospel.”
The Morning Stnr Baptist church
is very proud to announce that the
different auxiliaries of the church,
under the leadership of Rev. Prui't
are doing a great work, spiritually
as well as financially. Visit our
clubs and mission circle, as you
r.re always welcome.
CHURCH OF GOD
Elder S. S. Spaght. Pastor
Sunday school opened at 10 a. m. ;
Lesson subject, “Christian Charact
or and Peace,” taught by J- Eddens.
Ideal morning worship. Message
by pastor. Subject, ‘The Church.”
Evening message was the con
tinued message of the morning
message.. Next Sunday night, Nov-,*
ember 14th, at 8:30, a special mess
age is being delivered- Everybody is
cordially asked to come. The sub
ject will be “The Sacredness of
Courtship and Marriage, and the
Abomination of Separation and Di
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MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. F. P. Jones, Pastor
Services throughout the day were
as usual with the pastor occupying
the pulpit, lie gave to his congrega
two well thought out sermons The
sermon at the morning worship was
particularly interesting. One out
standing point was that God is
forgotten in the homes of today.
Space and time is given to every
thing else but no more do families
gather for worship as in days gone
by. The result is evident in the
many problems that face the world
today. ; | flj
The Mission Circle is giving a
pie sale November 20th. Everyone
is asked to get their orders in ear
The White Gift ceremony will be
given the 3rd Sunday and Monday
in December. Everyone is invited to
this unusual service. Those who are
still on the sick list are Mrs. Bur
ton, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Lillian Ross,
Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Davidson.
Mrs. Ji. B. Crawford of St. Phil
lips Episcopal church was a visitor
at the morning worship. We extend
to all visitors a courteous welcome.
SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. M. B. Bilbrew, Pastor
Services were very inspiring at
Salem Sunday. The Sunday school
observed Armistice day by stand
ing in silent prayer- We received
much information from the review
of the lesson given by Mr- Cooper
and Rev. Pettis. Our pastor brou
ght to us a very inspiring message
at 11 a. m. His text was found in
St. Matthew the 20th chapter and
The BYPU had a very lively ses
sion- An Armistice day program
was given which was sponsored by
Mrs. W. Lambert. It was highly
enjoyed by all. Our pastor brought
another burning mesage at 8 p. m.
His text was found in St. Matthew
the 26th chapter and the 28th
The Junior choir is giving a mu
sical program on the third Sunday
of the month.
The sick of the church are: Mrs.
N. Williams, Mrs. Salughter, Mrs.
M. Alexander. Visitors are always
welcome at Salem.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Service order: Preaching 11:00
a. m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.
m. Mother Annie Salughter in
charge. Residence 2210 Clark.
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Second Baptist church school met
at its usual hour with Miss Rachel
Cason, presiding. All enjoyed a
wonderful lesson and made high
marks in their tests.
Morning service was held at the
usual time with a good attendance.
Evening service was held at the
usual time with a large number of
young people present.
The second anniversary of the
pastor Rev. D. Nicholson will be;
next Sunday, November 14th. The
St. John Baptist church will be
the visiting church Sunday after
noon. All are welcome to help us
have a wonderful time Sunday,
ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH
“The Friendly Church’’
Rev. R. A. Adams, Pastor
Sunday services were held at the
usual time. Sunday was Commun
No new sick list has been passed
in, and those who have been sick
are reported doing fine.
The choir’s Host and Hostess
dinner was a great success and pas
tor and choir are very thankful to
all who came and who did anything
at all to make it a success.
Mr. McVay, the president of the
choir, wishes to express his per
sonal thanks to all who helped him
in trying to put the program over,
and especially to these people who
do not belong to the choir. Mrs.
L. I. Washington, Mrs. Manley,
Mrs. McDaniels, Mrs. Edmonson,
Mrs. Handy, and the young men
who waited the tables.
IDr. Adams is planning a big re
vival in the near future, and he is
desirous of having a big chorus
to sing for it.
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Miss Evelyn Chue will pass her
13th birthday, November 16th
Happy birthday, Evelyn.
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president of the college.
ARE YOU ONLY aT
MEN.because they are men.can
never understand a three
quarter wife—a wife who is all love
and kindness throe weeks In a
month and a hell cat the rest of
No matter how your back aches
—how your nerves scream—don't
take it out on your husband.
For three generations one woman
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thus lessening the discomforts from
the functional disorders which
women must endure in the three
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proaching "middle age."
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